|Collection||National Woman's Party Scrapbook Collection|
|Object Name||Album, Postcard|
|Title||Postcard Album (attributed to Dora Gelletly Ogle), n.d.|
|Scope & Content||
The postcard album contains primarily black and white and color postcards of sites across the United States of America, including Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, as well as places in Canada, Holland, Spain, Germany and Italy.
Postcards related to the National Woman's Party, include an interior photograph of the Assembly and Reception Rooms, Woman's Party Headquarters, Washington, D.C. Another black and white postcard shows the Entrance to National Headquarters of the Woman's Party, Lafayette Square, Washington, D.C. A black and white photograph postcard shows "Suffrage Pickets March on the White House." Also in the scrapbook is a postcard with a cartoon of four marching babies wearing yellow outfits and carrying a yellow banner stating Votes for our Mothers. The postcard is copyrighted 1918 by The National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company, Inc.
The postcard album has a black fabric cover. "Post Card Album" is on the center of the front cover. Written in chalk on the inside is DOROTH - likely for Dorothy Ogle, a daughter of Dora Ogle. There is a rip on the side binding, and the interior binding has loosened and separated from the pages. Some pages have torn corners. There are nineteen pages with postcards affixed to both sides and sixteen blank pages.
Ogle, Dora Gelletly, 1882-1960
National Woman's Party