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Series VIII. Additional Manuscript Materials [series]:
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Anon. 4 woman suffrage 50th Anniversary postage stamps. 8 postcards: "Sisterhood is powerful"; "Standing up for women's rights"; "Put me among the girls"; "Votes for women"; "Beg pardon ..."; "Just home from college"; "Now madam ..."; "Wayrane church [sic]". ()
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Anon. 8 postcards: "I'll get that vote yet!!!"; "To my Valentine ..."; "My hero!"; "Great Salvage Sale"; "Bargains in men"; "Mummy's a suffragette"; "By gum! ..."; "Great suffrage demonstration".
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Anon. 8 postcards: "I say down with ..."; "Stand up for women's rights"; "Valentine's greetings ..."; "I want to speak for myself ..."; "When women get the vote"; "Oh, the darling!"; "Where women vote--By the new fire-side"; "Where women vote--It's turn about all round".
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Anon. 8 postcards: "Where women vote--My turn will come"; "Where women vote--Looking backward"; "Where women vote--A family tangle"; "Suffragette, who me?"; "The fox and the crow"; "When women vote"; "No taxation without representation"; "They have a cheek ...". (S-432)
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Anon. 9 postcards: "Now! Where's my vote?"; "I want a vote"; "Once I get my liberty ..."; "The simple life"; "Miss Alison Neilans"; "This is what "Votes for Women" has done for me!"; "Miss Mary Gawthorpe"; "Miss Charlotte Marsh"; "Dame Christabel Pankhurst".
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Anon. Signed Photograph of Lillie Devereux Blake. N.P.
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Anon. Carte de Visite of Virginia Woodhull. N.P.
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Briggs, May Brayton. Autograph Manuscript of Verse Entitled "Suffrage." Bradford, MA. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (A) (Purchase)
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Briggs, May Brayton. Autograph Manuscripts, Including Signed Manuscript Read at White Church. Bradford, MA. Quotes from "The Wage Earning Woman and the State" by Edith Abott and Sophonisba Breckinridge. Also quotes Sarah Platt Decket, Wendell Phillips, Woodrow Wilson, examples of Catholic opinions on woman suffrage, and a report in the Boston Sunday Post on a suffrage parade in Boston. Signed manuscript includes autograph notation "Written for, and read at, Thursday evening service at White Church Bradford Mass on request of Rev. Henry A. Arnold, then Pastor, following along the lines of subject of the evenings discussion Our soldiers now fighting in France." Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (A) (Purchase)
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Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association. Invitation to a Woman Suffrage Meeting. Boston. Card. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (B) (Purchase)
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Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association. Ticket to a Public Meeting Under the Auspices of the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association Featuring Patriotic Addresses by Anna Howard Shaw and Carrie Chapman Catt. Boston. Pencil notation on back of the ticket. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (C) (Purchase)
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Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association; Woman's Journal; Blackwell, Alice Stone. Suffrage and Temperance: By Alice Stone Blackwell, Editor of the Woman's Journal. Boston. Leaflet. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (E) (Purchase)
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Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association; Blackwell, Alice Stone. Woman Suffrage 1915. Boston. Pamphlet. Includes "The Progress of Woman Suffrage" by Alice Stone Blackwell, content signed by Gertrude Halladay Leonard and Teresa A. Crowley, suffrage endorsements, and illustrations by Howard Jones and John Quill. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (F) (Purchase)
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National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies; Harrison, Jane Ellen. "Homo Sum" Being a Letter to an Anti-Suffragist from an Anthropologist. By Jane E. Harrison, LL.D. 2nd Edition. London. Pamphlet. Includes a list of publications by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (G) (Purchase)
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Equal Franchise Society of Pennsylvania; Phillips, Wendell. Shall Women Have the Right to Vote? Address by Wendell Phillips at Worcester, Mass. 1851. N.P. 1916. Pamphlet. Includes a forward signed S.Y.S. and an extract of George William Curtis' Eulogy on Wendell Phillips Before the Municipal Authorities of Boston, April 18, 1884. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (H) (Purchase)
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Smith, Eliza. ALS. East Dennis, MA. Discusses her lectures and the upcoming convention in Sept. (Purchase)
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Weston, Anne Warren. ALS to Mrs. Jonathan A. Allen. Boston. Letter is written on a pamphlet including the "Address of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society to the Women of New England" signed by Mary S. Parker and Maria Weston Chapman. Pamphlet also includes blank petition forms to the House of Representatives and the Senate for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia and of the slave trade in the U.S. and against the admission of Texas as a slave-holding territory. (Purchase)
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Anon. Broadside: "Should Women Vote?" Manchester, England: TAECAN Publishing Co. (Purchase)
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National Woman Suffrage Publishing Co. This Little Book Contains Every Reason Why Women Should Not Vote. New York. Pamphlet. Inside pages are blank. (Purchase)
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Woman Suffrage Pledge Form--New York. NY State Woman Suffrage Party. (Purchase)
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Women's Loyal National League. Men's Emancipation Petition. Women's Emancipation Petition. New York. 2 sheets. Petitions to the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives for "an Act emancipating all persons of African descent held to involuntary service or labor in the United States." Men's Emancipation Petition lists Susan B. Anthony as addressee at the Women's Loyal National League. (Purchase)
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Argetsinger, Gerald S. "Equality of Rights: The First Woman's Rights Convention". An historic dramatization in celebration of the Sesquicentennial of 1848 Woman's Rights Convention, performed for the 1998 Celebration ...
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Anonymous. 3 photographs of students protesting female entry to universities in Cambridge, England. Cambridge, Eng.: [s.n.] (Purchase)
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Briggs, May Brayton. Autograph Manuscript Signed. Bradford, MA. Discusses an editorial and letters on feminism and equal suffrage in the Jan. 18 and Feb. 26 Congregationalist. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (A) (Purchase)
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Anon. Your Vote Should Help to Defeat John W. Weeks for the United States Senator at the Election November 5th. Boston. Handbill. Issued over the names John S. Codman, Henry D. Nunn, William Shaw, and Henry D. Sleeper. Part of the suffrage archive of May Brayton Briggs. (D) (Purchase)
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"Do we want the suffragette?" Pictorial Review. [S.l.]: Advertising poster printed in red and black. (Purchase)
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Anon. Illustration with Title "Women's Suffrage-The National Demonstration at St. James's Hall." The Graphic. p. 516. Oversized. Illustration includes banner with text "Miss Rhoda Garrett." (Purchase)
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Anon. Illustration with Title "Conference of the Women's Franchise League in Russell Square." The Graphic. p. 688. Oversized. Column "Women and the Franchise" on the reverse side, p. 687, describes the conference and mentions participants, including Emmeline Pankhurst and Harriot Stanton Blatch. (Purchase)
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Begg, S. Illustration with Title "Woman-A Person or Not a Person?" and Subtitle "A Girl-Graduate at the Bar of the House of Lords: Miss Crystal Macmillan Appealing for the Right to Vote." Illustrated London News. p. 711. (Oversized)
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Flere, H. H. Illustration with Title "The Right Argument: Which Is Fitter to Have a Vote?" and Subtitle "Where the Real Head of the House Has No Voice in the Country's Affairs." Illustrated London News. p. 119. (Oversized. )
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Anon. Photograph of Miss Fitzherbert of the Women's Freedom League with Title "The Suffragettes' Dash for the Royal Carriage at the Opening of Parliament" and Subtitle "Stopped Within Four Yards of the King's Carriage: A Suffragette Removed by Policemen." Illustrated London News. p. 151. (Oversized. Photograph by Illustrations Bureau.)
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The Woman's Press. Memento of Women's Coronation Procession to demand Votes for Women: Order of March and Descriptive Program. Saturday, June 17, 1911. London: Woman's Press. (Purchase)
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Women's Freedom League. The Vote Blotter. London: "The Vote" Office; Women's Freedom League. (Purchase)
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Panko or Votes for Women Card Game. London: Peter Gurney. Game includes 8 suits of 6 cards, 4 pro-suffrage and 4 anti-suffrage. Illustrations by E. T. Reed include caricatures of Emmeline Pankhurst, Lord Herbert Asquith, and members of his cabinet, including Lloyd George and Winston Churchill.
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Pank-a-Squith Suffrage Board Game. N.P.
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Anon. Ms. Playing Cards. Lib Deck. N.P. Cards illustrated with a woman holding a "Votes for Women" sign.
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National Woman's Party. Color Poster with Illustration of Inez Milholland Dressed as a Herald on Horseback and Text "Inez Milholland Boissevain Who Died for the Freedom of Women." N.P. Oversized, mounted. (S-461)
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Anon. Photograph of Women's Jubilee Dinner. London: Rawood. Oversized, mounted. (S-356)
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Anthony, Susan B. TLS. Rochester, NY. Oversized, in frame with photograph. Mentions Emeline S. Hicks. (S-256)