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The universal right of suffrage is in danger from the Bryan's Station ticket

British barbarity and piracy!! The Federalists say that Mr. Christopher Gore ought to be supported as governor- for his attachment to Britain.--- If British influence is to effect the suffrage of a free people, let them read the following melanc

To the voters of the First ward. Fellow-citizens, You will all agree with me, that any man who stands convicted by a jury of his countrymen of rraud, deserves not their suffrage for the meanest office in their gift.- Therefore, examine your tick

The Committee, to which was referred the second article on the right of suffrage, report as follows ... [1842].

Circular. To the suffrage men of Rhode-Island. Fellow-Citizens. We, whose names are hereto appended, were, and still are, in favor of a constitutional form of government for the State of Rhode-Island ... [1843?].

Espérons que ce ballon d'essai ne deviendra pas un ballon captif / A. Danjay.

Henry's valedictory, June 16th 1856. Ladies and gentlemen: We have taken in consideration the part of human suffrage of the present year 1856 ... C. H. Bowens.

Pardon. Franchise Columbia. -- "Shall I trust these men, and not his man?" / / Th. Nast.

Pardon. Franchise Columbia. -- "Shall I trust these men, and not this man?" Th. Nast

Universal and equal suffrage, tariff, internal revenue, currency. Boston, September, 1865.

Franchise. And not this man? / Th. Nast.

"The first vote" / AW ; drawn by A.R. Waud.

Female suffrage - wouldn't it put too much power into the hands of Brigham Young, and his tribe? [cartoon showing Brigham Young leading parade of women carrying babies]

Republicans! Democrats! A word with you about negro suffrage ... [Signed] Oliver Ellsworth. [1869?].

[Woman suffrage]

Mother Sexton

Flower-sellers in the market at Washington, D.C. / drawn by A.L. Jackson. First municipal election in Richmond since the end of the war - registration of colored voters / drawn by W.L. Sheppard.

Mary McCook, First Suffrage leader in Colorado and wife of Gov. McCook - first territorial governor of Colorado

Lucretia Mott.

Frances E. Willard

U.S. Reports: United States v. Cruikshank et al., 92 U.S. 542 (1876)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Reese et al., 92 U.S. 214 (1876)

"Freedom of suffrage to the blacks means freedom of suffrage to the whites." - Evarts Solid South. "Hurry up, dough-face, and shut up your side. Mine is solid" Th. Nast

A female suffrage fancy / J. Keppler.

Elizabeth L. Comstock, Union Springs, N.Y., and Laura S. Heaviland (Chicago Suburban), Englewood, Ills.

Woman suffrage. Legal opinion by W. D. Wallace, Esq., upon the power of the legislature to authorize women to vote for presidential electors ... Lafayette, Ind. 1881.

Ninth annual convention of the National woman suffrage association at Lincoln Hall, 9th and S sts. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 16th and 17th, day and evening ... [Washington, D. C. 1883].

New York City - John Most, the anarchist, addressing a meeting of sympathizers at Cooper Institute, April 4th / from a sketch by a staff artist. Female suffrage in Kansas - fashionable ladies of Leavenworth soliciting votes at the polls, April 5th / from a sketch by J. Gibson.

Female suffrage in Kansas - fashionable ladies of Leavenworth soliciting votes at the polls, April 5th

Which? A timely question [man labeled "popular vote" looking at Republican, Democratic, women suffrage, and temperance advocates]

Carrie Chapman Catt Papers: General Correspondence, circa 1890-1947; Maloy, Mrs. William M

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Two great pioneers in the Equal Rights cause. Without them, American women would not have progressed as far as they have in their fight for freedom.

[A federal bayonette and saber Lodge porcupine]

State committee Woman suffrage party. Headquarters, New York To the woman suffrage congress World's fair, Chicago, Ill [regarding woman suffrage in Wyoming.] New York, August 7, 1893.

Isabella B. Hooker and John Hooker, 1893

Women not classed with idiots and criminals. By Alice Hill Chittenden ... Issued by the New York State association opposed to woman suffrage 29 West 39th Street. New York City. [1894].

Women in Business; A reason in universal suffrage

Anti-suffragists do not intend to have ballot forced on majority because minority wants it ... Issued by the New York State association opposed to woman suffrage. 29 West 39th Street. New York City [1913?].

Copy of preamble and protest ... Brooklyn Auxiliary, New York State association opposed to the extension of suffrage to women. [1894].

Do want the vote? ... Issued by the National state association opposed to woman suffrage, 29 West 39th Street, New York [1894].

A squelcher for woman suffrage / C.J. Taylor.

Petition for a Woman Suffrage Amendment

Some reasons why we oppose votes for women ... National association opposed to woman suffrage. New York City [1894].

The Duties of Freedom: Elizabeth Burrill Curtis address to New York State Woman Suffrage Association

The apotheosis of suffrage

Securing new members; report of Miss Miller read at Recent State Suffrage Convention

Ralph Waldo Emerson Suffrage Quote Card

Twenty-ninth Annual Convention New York State Woman Suffrage Association

Antis Make Votes for Suffrage

Woman Suffrage Convention! In Geneva!

For Suffrage. State Convention of the Woman Suffragists; A Successful Gathering; page 2

Woman Suffrage Convention-Editorial

The Flag and the Suffrage Movement

Receipts and expenses for the Twenty-Ninth Annual Convention of the New York State Woman Suffrage Association

Secretary Root on Woman Suffrage

Woman Suffrage By Mrs. John Winters Brannan

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Letterhead with Geneva Political Equality Club Constitution affixed

For Suffrage. State Convention of the Woman Suffragists; A Successful Gathering

Society to Boom Woman Suffrage

Woman Suffrage Convention This Evening, Opening Night! Collins' Hall

Delegate; 30th Anniversary New York State Woman Suffrage Association, Hudson

Editorial comment favoring woman suffrage

Thirtieth Annual Convention and Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration of the National American Woman Suffrage Association

Women Suffrage and the Home; Blackwell lecture

Woman Suffrage and the Home by Henry Blackwell

Delegate National American Woman Suffrage Association 31st Annual Convention

Convention is over: New York State Woman Suffrage Convention; page 2

Convention is over: New York State Woman Suffrage Convention

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention, Dunkirk

New York State Woman Suffrage Association 31st Annual Convention, Dunkirk

Miss Anne F. Miller was the Geneva delegate to the Woman Suffrage Convention

Significant Effects of Equal Suffrage

Reports Were Given at New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Woman suffrage has champions

National American Woman Suffrage Association of the United States-Life Membership Certificate for Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Alice Stone Blackwell

Miss Miller Named an Officer at the State Women's Suffrage Association

Dr. Stevenson of Phila

Mrs. Nellie van Slingerland holding banner of Joan of Arc Suffrage League

Miss Milholland selling papers

Mrs. Greely

Mary E. McDowell, University of Chicago Settlement, Stock-Yards District

Harriet May Mills, V. Pres. Woman's Suffrage Ass'n; Ella Hawley Crossett, Pres.

Agnes Jenks

R-Mrs. Susan Fitsgerald and L-Miss Louise Hall

Ida Husted Harper

Carrie Nation

Dr. Stevenson of Phila.

Women voting at Pitt.

Miss Milholland selling papers

R-Mrs. Susan Fitsgerald and L-Miss Louise Hall

Carrie Nation

Review of the firstRemonstrant at National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Grady resolution that New York Senate not consider woman suffrage question

Alice Stone Blackwell

Cadillaqua auto parade, 1912, women's suffrage section

Women voting at Pitt

Report of the National Women Suffrage Convention held at Washington, February 14, 1900

Lucy E. Anthony

Agnes Jenks

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