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Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter, Harriot--from a daguerreotype 1856

Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter, Harriot--from a daguerreotype...

Elizabeth Cady Stanton holding her daughter Harriot, half-length portrait, facing right. Photograph of a daguerreotype taken in 1856. Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 1979:169. BIOG FILE reference copy NOS 1/97.

After the Convention

After the Convention

Compares Dr. W. H. Jordan's and Harriot Stanton Blatch's comments on educating women for housekeeping and motherhood

The regular meeting of the political equality club: Harriot Stanton Blatch speaks on "Effects of War on Economic Position of Women"

The regular meeting of the political equality club: Harriot Stanton Bl...

Women's contributions to industrial life during war should be continued in peacetime

Greetings Harriot Stanton Blatch

Greetings Harriot Stanton Blatch

Birthday greetings and tribute to the special friendship of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony

Harriot Stanton Blatch Lecture at Collins Hall

Harriot Stanton Blatch Lecture at Collins Hall

Harriot Stanton Blatch biographical information; description of her speaking style and extracts of speech outlining economic conditions affecting working women

116 Women with the ballot; New York State Woman Suffrage Association election of officers

116 Women with the ballot; New York State Woman Suffrage Association e...

Detailed report of New York State Woman Suffrage Association election proceedings; objections to Harriet May Mills; photomechanical prints of Harriet May Mills and Ida Craft

Honors for Ontario

Honors for Ontario

Ontario County largest increase in membership; state membership statistics; New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention speakers; officers; delegates to National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Harriot Stanton Blatch Lecture at Collins Hall; page 2

Harriot Stanton Blatch Lecture at Collins Hall; page 2

Harriot Station Blatch biographical information; description of her speaking style and extracts of speech outlining economic conditions affecting working women

[Harriot Stanton Blatch, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly right, writing]

[Harriot Stanton Blatch, half-length portrait, seated, facing slightly...

George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Photo by Montauk, from the Gilliams Press Syndicate.

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women to Governor of New York

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women to Governor of New York

Equality League of Self- Supporting Women request state investigation of working conditions and pay of women.

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suf...

Summarizes committee reports of Oct 16 on young people's clubs, Mrs. Charles H. Congdon, and legislative work, Mary Craigie and Anne Fitzhugh Miller NB Continues on next page ,summarizing Oct. 16 evening speech... more

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention; page 2

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suf...

Summarizes committee reports of Oct 16 on young people's clubs, Mrs. Charles H. Congdon, and legislative work, Mary Craigie and Anne Fitzhugh Miller NB Continues on next page ,summarizing Oct. 16 evening speech... more

Robert H. Prieor to Harriot Stanton Blatch

Robert H. Prieor to Harriot Stanton Blatch

Gov. Hughes too busy to respond to Equality League's request to investigate women's pay and working conditions.

Suffragists Win--Over A Man Milliner

Suffragists Win--Over A Man Milliner

Equality League for Self-Supporting Women send a rain of yellow "Votes for Women" balloons upon the business men's Republican parade. Inez Milholland spoke via megaphone; male milliner protests, busting balloon... more

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 3

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 3

On election day members of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women passed out suffrage literature to voters at polls and held mock elections with voting instructions for nearly 2,000 women at seven theaters. C... more

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 2

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 2

On election day members of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women passed out suffrage literature to voters at polls and held mock elections with voting instructions for nearly 2,000 women at seven theaters. C... more

All Ready for the Celebration and Women Suffrage Convention

All Ready for the Celebration and Women Suffrage Convention

Notices of program for Ontario County Woman Suffrage Association Convention, Clifton Springs, May 25, and 60th anniversary of First Woman's Rights Convention, Seneca Falls, May 27, Harriot Stanton Blatch, Mary ... more

Suffragism: Harriet Stanton Blatch rebuts Mary Ward, comparing progress in American and British suffrage movements

Suffragism: Harriet Stanton Blatch rebuts Mary Ward, comparing progres...

Notes American women's progress in educational and professional opportunities

Women Who Want the Ballot Give their Reasons

Women Who Want the Ballot Give their Reasons

On election day members of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women passed out suffrage literature to voters at polls and held mock elections with voting instructions for nearly 2,000 women at seven theaters. C... more

Pioneers honored at Seneca Falls 60th anniversary celebration

Pioneers honored at Seneca Falls 60th anniversary celebration

Elizabeth Smith Miller honored as one of the organizers of 1848 convention and chairs session on pioneers

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women meeting notice

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women meeting notice

Harriot Blatch encourages members to attend New York state suffrage hearings February 19, 1908

Early Champion of Women, Elizabeth Smith Miller to participate in 60th anniversary program at Seneca Falls

Early Champion of Women, Elizabeth Smith Miller to participate in 60th...

Includes photomechanical print of Elizabeth Smith Miller

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 23, 1909

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 23, 1909

Blatch requests that Anne Fitzhugh Miller arrange an interview with Speaker James Wadsworth for February 24, 1909, before suffrage hearing.

Suffragists Are to Be Active in campaign to replace Senator Raines

Suffragists Are to Be Active in campaign to replace Senator Raines

Special senatorial campaign to be trial of suffragist policy to actively support candidates who favor woman suffrage. Harriot Blatch to participate; Anne Fitzhugh Miller queries potential nominees on suffrage

Mrs. Pankhurst's "American Dollars"

Mrs. Pankhurst's "American Dollars"

Anne Fitzhugh Miller letter to editor, declined by New York Sun: replying to comments in Sun that Emmeline Pankhurst's American tour took funds away from American suffrage cause. On contrary, Harriot Stanton Bl... more

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting; page 2

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting; page 2

3,000 attend mass suffrage meeting, three fourths are women; photomechanical print show speakers on stage, backed by posters illustrating unequal pay status of women teachers, postal and textile workers.

Great Throng Hears Emmeline Pankhurst

Great Throng Hears Emmeline Pankhurst

Over 3,000 attend Pankhurst lecture at Carnegie Hall; over 300 turn way; League of Self-Supporting Women sponsor; list platform quests including Ella Hawley Crossett, Anne Fitzhugh Miller, Florence Kelly, Alice... more

Mass Meeting in Honor of Emmeline Pankhurst, Carnegie Hall

Mass Meeting in Honor of Emmeline Pankhurst, Carnegie Hall

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women sponsor Mass Meeting to welcome Emmeline Pankhurst; Anna Shaw and Mrs. Raymond Robbins speak

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Reception

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Rece...

National American Woman's Suffrage Association headquarters reception for Emmeline Pankhurst; President Anna Shaw welcome; attire of attendees described; Pankhurst explains that "suffragette" though initially d... more

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting

3,000 attend mass suffrage meeting, three fourths are women; photomechanical print show speakers on stage, backed by posters illustrating unequal pay status of women teachers, postal and textile workers.

Suffrage Bill Hearing

Suffrage Bill Hearing

Anne Fitzhugh Miller reports on meeting with Speaker Wadsworth; comments by Senator Thomas F. Grady, George Foster Peabody and Chairman George Davis; suffragists backed by organizations representing over one mi... more

Suffragettes Pleading Their Cause in Albany

Suffragettes Pleading Their Cause in Albany

Photo by Brown Brothers, New York.

Women Will March On Albany To-Day

Women Will March On Albany To-Day

125 suffragists and 80 anti suffragists travel from New York City to Albany to attend suffrage hearings. Comments by Harriot Stanton Blatch and Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge.

Mrs. Pankhurst's Address; Carnegie Hall Throng Heard Englishwoman Eagerly

Mrs. Pankhurst's Address; Carnegie Hall Throng Heard Englishwoman Eage...

Summarizes Pankhurst's speech; describes her speech delivery; recounts Manchester Liberal meeting where Annie Kenny and Christabel Pankhurst question Edward Grey.

"'Votes for Women"

"'Votes for Women"

English suffrage play, "Votes for Women" by Elizabeth Robyns is being performed by Mary Shaw to benefit the suffrage organizations and the Actors' Society. Equality League of Self-Supporting Women to have first... more

Harriot Blatch to "Raise Cain"

Harriot Blatch to "Raise Cain"

Blatch plans suffrage campaign in senatorial primaries in Brooklyn; extract of letter to voters to elect candidates the support suffrage

Emmeline Pankhurst to Visit America

Emmeline Pankhurst to Visit America

Harriot Stanton Blatch, while visiting Anne Fitzhugh Miller, supplies details about the career of militant British suffragist Emmeline Pankhurst, scheduled to tour the United States.

Geneva Club Invited to Participate in New York Protest Meeting

Geneva Club Invited to Participate in New York Protest Meeting

Geneva Political Equality Club invited to send delegation to New York City suffrage demonstration against New York Legislature. Lists delegates Anne Fitzhugh Miller appointed from New York City residents and fr... more

Geneva's Part in the Republican County Convention; page 2

Geneva's Part in the Republican County Convention; page 2

Harriot Blatch addresses Wayne County Convention on January 7, urging delegates to elect a candidate that would support woman suffrage, at Senator Raines did. F. W. Griffith endorsed.

Women Suffrage Dead in both New York Assembly and Senate

Women Suffrage Dead in both New York Assembly and Senate

After discussing pros and cons of Toombs' suffrage resolution, New York Assembly vote not to discharge Judiciary Committee from consideration; many members avoid voting; suffrage contingent in attendance, inclu... more

Suffragists to March in Protest to New York Legislature

Suffragists to March in Protest to New York Legislature

Several hundred upstate suffragists to demonstrate in New York City. Harriot Blatch says college administrators are discouraging student participation. Equal Franchise Society votes not to participate

Suffrage Appeal; Women Address Governors in Washington

Suffrage Appeal; Women Address Governors in Washington

New York suffragists, introduced by Gov. Hughes, address Governor's Conference in Washington, D. C. Urging them to consider uniform suffrage legislation; invited to present report at next conference; Katherine ... more

Frederick W. Griffith to Anne F. Miller, January 12, 1910

Frederick W. Griffith to Anne F. Miller, January 12, 1910

Griffith, Vice President, Garlock Packing Co. and Republican Senatorial candidate, praises suffragists efforts during campaign; praises Harriot Blatch's speech at Lyons; promises to support suffrage amendment; ... more

Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club Meeting at Mrs. Lynnford Henry's home

Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club Meeting at Mrs. Lynnford Henry's hom...

Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club first meeting; Mrs. H. Lynford Henry to be in charge; elect officers, plan programs; Harriot Blatch suggests producing suffrage play; Anne Fitzhugh Miller reports state senator... more

Suffragists in Storm Scold the Lawmakers

Suffragists in Storm Scold the Lawmakers

Reports protest parade of ninety cars, banner messages, and demonstration attended by 10,000; summary of speeches: women more educated than men; women policemen would wipe out white slave trade; pass resolution... more

Geneva's Part in the Republican County Convention

Geneva's Part in the Republican County Convention

Anne Fitzhugh Miller, Harriot Blatch and Charlotte Baldridge attend Republican County Convention; excepts from Royal R. Scott's speech after winning endorsement; tribute to Senator John Raines

Suffragists Have Busy Day at Niagara Falls Convention; page 2

Suffragists Have Busy Day at Niagara Falls Convention; page 2

Describes dispute over whether to admit 29 new clubs formed by Buffalo teachers; allegations that they were formed to give extra support to Mrs. Frank Shuler for president were successfully refuted and the club... more

Suffragists Have Busy Day at Niagara Falls Convention

Suffragists Have Busy Day at Niagara Falls Convention

Describes dispute over whether to admit 29 new clubs formed by Buffalo teachers; allegations that they were formed to give extra support to Mrs. Frank Shuler for president were successfully refuted and the club... more

Suffragists Appear At Town Caucus

Suffragists Appear At Town Caucus

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Harriot Stanton Blatch attend Republican caucus to select delegates to Ontario county convention. Text of fliers they distributed urges election of delegates supporting woman suffrage.

Many women voters gather to celebrate and Women Voters of Washington

Many women voters gather to celebrate and Women Voters of Washington

At Cooper Union rally, New York women celebrate the Washington State suffrage victory; protest New York legislatures failure to consider suffrage legislation. February 1911 editorial notes that Washington women... more

Woman Suffrage Protest Meeting Notice

Woman Suffrage Protest Meeting Notice

Lists organizations and chairman of five platforms for Union Square suffrage demonstration

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention, (Mrs. Mackay will read the Platform)

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention, (Mrs. Mackay will read the...

Lists speakers including Mrs. John Winters Brannan, Anna Garlin Spencer, Harriot Stanton Blatch, Maud Nathan

Are We Downhearted?

Are We Downhearted?

Woman Suffrage Party not discouraged by legislative defeat of suffrage resolution; Assemblyman William M. Bennett changed vote due to women of his district, which was organize by Mrs. Frederick Nathan

Indorse Mrs. Schuler for New York State Woman Suffrage Association President

Indorse Mrs. Schuler for New York State Woman Suffrage Association Pre...

Reports on Lochland nominating meeting; resolutions on Carrie Chapman Catt, Ella Crossett, Harriet Mills and nominating Mrs. Frank J. Shuler for New York State Woman Suffrage Association President; lists from c... more

Geneva Political Equality Club Piazza Party Held Yesterday

Geneva Political Equality Club Piazza Party Held Yesterday

Though unable to host or attend the annual Geneva Political Equality Club party, Elizabeth Smith Miller took the Geneva Political Equality Club's new yellow satin banner, which had been carried by Harriot Blatc... more

Suffragists at Albany

Suffragists at Albany

New York State Woman Suffrage Association delegation urge Assemblyman Levy to get suffrage bill out of committee; Harriot Blatch, Katherine Mackey and Equal Franchise League back a different suffrage bill that ... more

Suffragists in Indignant Mood

Suffragists in Indignant Mood

When discussion in the Senate on the Stilwell Suffrage Amendment was postponed, suffragists lead by Harriet Stanton Blatch, Harriet Mills and Mrs. G. N. Penfield organized a protest march to the Capitol for spe... more

New York State Suffrage Bill

New York State Suffrage Bill

Clippings document ongoing attempts to get the suffrage bill to the floor of the two New York legislative houses; On May 16, for first time in 15 years, Senate judiciary committee finally reported the Stilwell ... more

Mayor Gaynor Fails to Review Parade and So Misses the Enthusiasm

Mayor Gaynor Fails to Review Parade and So Misses the Enthusiasm

Men's participation hailed with great cheers; James Laidlaw; Vladimir Simkhvitch and Prof. John Dewey , standard bearers; describes divisions and participants, including Anne Fitzhugh Miller.

Few Seats for Men at Suffrage Hearing; page 2

Few Seats for Men at Suffrage Hearing; page 2

Suffrage hearings so packed that Legislative committee couldn't find seats; strong anti-suffragist group present; Max Eastman and Richard Barry speak for suffrage.

Suffragists Parade to Union Square

Suffragists Parade to Union Square

Over 3,000 suffragists march down Fifth Avenue to Union Square, banners flying, "forward into light"; well received by crowds, except male supporters heckled and anti-suffragists pass handbills; Dr. Antoinette ... more

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Harriot Blatch notifies Anne Fitzhugh Miller that Senate Judiciary Committee reported out the suffrage amendment.

Suffragists and their anti-sisters storm state capitol

Suffragists and their anti-sisters storm state capitol

Photomechanical prints of Folla La Follette, Harriet Stanton Blatch, and Harriet May Mills.

Few Seats for Men at Suffrage Hearing

Few Seats for Men at Suffrage Hearing

Suffrage hearings so packed that Legislative committee couldn't find seats; strong anti-suffragist group present; Max Eastman and Richard Barry speak for suffrage.

Newspaper photomechanical print of Harriot Stanton Blatch

Newspaper photomechanical print of Harriot Stanton Blatch

Photomechanical print of Harriot Stanton Blatch, in academic robes, marching in New York City suffrage parade organized under her leadership.

[Suffragette headquarters at 32 Union Square, New York City--Mrs. H.S. Blatch, second from left]

[Suffragette headquarters at 32 Union Square, New York City--Mrs. H.S....

Six women, seated, full-length. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

[National Woman's Party members meet in Colorado Springs for a conference to decide a course of action during the 1916 presidential election campaign.] Aug. 10--11 to 15, 1916.  Left to right: Mrs. Hetty Wallis, Texas, Advisory Council, Harriot Stanton Blatch, N.Y., Florence Bayard Hilles, Del., Bertha Fowler, Colorado, Anne Martin, Nevada, Mrs. William Kent, California.  Colorado Springs Conference 1916.

[National Woman's Party members meet in Colorado Springs for a confere...

Title transcribed from item, with additional information derived by Library of Congress staff. Summary: Group of six National Woman's Party members posing together outside. Left to right: Mrs. Hetty Wallis, Tex... more

Mrs. Harriet Stanton Blatch.  When suffragists returned from White House, when Pres[ident] [Woodrow] Wilson declared he would receive no more suffrage deputations, Mrs. Blatch called for volunteers (picture made as she spoke) to join her on a picket line to stand each day before the White House until he came out for suffrage.

Mrs. Harriet Stanton Blatch. When suffragists returned from White Hou...

Summary: Informal, three-quarter-length portrait of Harriot Stanton Blatch with arms outstretched, palms facing up, wearing a hat and belted dress or suit, with a hand bag hanging from the waist. Title and date... more

Working Women and the Ballot

Working Women and the Ballot

Ridicules Blatch and Equality League for objecting to Court of Appeals ruling that overturned labor law restricting hours women could work in factories.

Speaker Wadsworth Aids Suffragists; page 2

Speaker Wadsworth Aids Suffragists; page 2

Anne Fitzhugh Miller secures appoint with Speaker Wadsworth, her cousin, in which he suggested procedural strategies to bring the suffrage amendment before the full assembly by discharging the committee.

Speaker Wadsworth Aids Suffragists; page 2

Speaker Wadsworth Aids Suffragists; page 2

Anne Fitzhugh Miller secures appoint with Speaker Wadsworth, her cousin, in which he suggested procedural strategies to bring the suffrage amendment before the full assembly by discharging the committee.

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 31, 1908

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 31, 1908

"Dear Nancy" in manuscript. Mentions Anne Morgan and Ida Tarbell's support of expanding municipal woman suffrage. Verso is list of New York City society luncheon guests of Mrs. Clarence Mackay, including Mrs. J... more

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 31, 1908

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 31, 1908

"Dear Nancy" in manuscript. Mentions Anne Morgan and Ida Tarbell's support of expanding municipal woman suffrage. Verso is list of New York City society luncheon guests of Mrs. Clarence Mackay, including Mrs. J... more

New York State legislators stand by suffrage

New York State legislators stand by suffrage

In response to Anne Fitzhugh Miller's praise of his support of the suffrage cause, Sanford W. Abbey replies that he believes in women's rights and hopes the NY legislature will recognize their political demands... more

New York State legislators stand by suffrage

New York State legislators stand by suffrage

In response to Anne Fitzhugh Miller's praise of his support of the suffrage cause, Sanford W. Abbey replies that he believes in women's rights and hopes the NY legislature will recognize their political demands... more

Women Suffrage Ably Discussed

Women Suffrage Ably Discussed

Elizabeth Smith Miller, at 85, one of the oldest suffragists spoke at the hearings for equal tax suffrage in third class cities; Lists suffragists and anti-suffragists attending hearings on constitutional suffr... more

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