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Name Suffrage
Number of Object records 109
Number of Photo records 105
Number of Archive records 55
Number of Library records 1

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Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.108.008

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.108.008

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Bruckner (New York) Interviews Interviewed by Mrs. Charles Edward Russell to ascertain how he would vote on the Bristow-Mondell Amendment when it came up in the House for vote about the middle of Jan. 1915. "Out of town. Secretary says Mr. Bruckner is not antagonistic." (signed) Theresa H. Russell

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.109.005

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.109.005

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. Charles Pope Caldwell New York Political life prior to Congress: Member of Democratic National convention at Baltimore, 1912 Political Life in Congress: Elected to 64th, 65th, and 66th Congresses Election Vote: To 64th Congress 21,330 votes, to 10,352 for Frank E. Hopkins, Republican. Support: Opposition: Suffrage Record outside Congress: Voted for suffrage in State Nov. 2, 1915 Believes in States deciding. Suffrage Record in Congress: Opposed to picketing. Voted for S.B.A. Amendment Jan. 10, 1918.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.109.006

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.109.006

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Caldwell, Charles Pope New York Dem. 2nd Dist. Political History. a. Party Democratic b. District Congressional 2nd. c. Record on suffrage in the State. "Voted for it in Nov. 2 1915 d. Will he support Susan B. Anthony amendment? "Says he must be bound by the verdict of his constituents who rejected it in Nov. 1915" e. What other political offices has he held? "Member, Democratic National Convention, 1912" What is his present stand on suffrage? "Believes in it state to state." Record of election - Votes received by him in his district. 21,330 (C.D.)

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.109.007

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.109.007

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Caldwell, Charles Pope New York Dem. 2nd Dist. Sketch of life: "He is a local suffragist with States Rights limitations. Also his district voted against it in the state referendum." (no authority given for this information)

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.110.014

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.110.014

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. John F. Carew New York Political Life prior to Congress: Member of New York Assembly 1904 Political Life in Congress: Elected to 63rd and 64th Congresses by majority. Reelected to 65th and 66th Congresses. Election vote: Support: Opposition: Suffrage Record outside Congress: Suffrage Record in Congress: First House Canvass doubtful. Feb. 3, 1914 against the Heflin Resolution. Voted "Nay" Mondell Amendment Jan. 12, 1915. Voted "Yea" S.B.A. Amendment Jan. 10, 1918.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.119.003

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.119.003

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. Stephen W. Dempsey New York Political Life prior to Congress: Asst. United States Attorney 1899 to 1907; appointed special assistant to Attorney General of the U.S. 1907, in charge of prosecutions in western New York of the Standard Oil Co. and the N.Y.C.&H.R.RR. and the Pa. RR. Political Life in Congress: Elected to the 64th Congress, receiving 22,176 votes, to 12,857 for the Hon. Robert H. Gittins, Democrat, and 2,392 for Frank C. Ferguson, Progressive. Election vote: support: opposition: Suffrage Record outside Congress: Suffrage Record in Congress: Voted "yea" S

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.120.008

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.120.008

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. Peter J. Dooling New York Political life prior to Congress: Has held many and varied offices both appointive and elective in the city and state of New York. Political Life in Congress: Elected to Sixty third Congress, and reelected to 64th and 65th Congresses. Election vote: support: opposition: Suffrage Record outside Congress; Suffrage Record in Congress: Voted "Nay" Mondell Amendement Jan. 12, 1915. Voted "yea" S.B.A. Amendment Jan. 10, 1918

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.122.009

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.122.009

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. Thomas B. Dunn New York Political Life prior to Congress: Elected to State Senate in 1907-8, and State Treasurer in 1909-10. Political life in Congress: Elected to 63rd Congress and reelected to 64th and 65th Congresses. Election Vote: Elected to the 63d Congress, receiving 15,776 votes, to 14,440 for George P. Decker, Democrat; and 11,202 for A. E. Babcock, Progressive. support: opposition: Suffrage Record outside Congress: Suffrage Record in Congress: Mondell Amendment Jan. 12, 1915; paired as "yea" with Mr. Shreve of Penn. for Mondell Amendment, with Mr

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.130.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.130.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 11" paper card (HANDWRITTEN IN INK) Questionaire Hon. A. Griffin 22nd dist. 1. (Birth) date April 1, 1869 - Place New York City 2. (Ancestry) Nationality of Father - Irish Mother - Holland Dutch 3. (Family) Father James A. Griffin Mother Mary Ann Zeluiff Sisters 2 Brothers 3 4. (If married) yes wife Katherine L (Byrne) Griffin Children none 5. Were or are any of these interested in any way in suffrage movement? No- 6. Where were you educated? N.Y. Pub. Schools. N.Y. City Coll. N.Y.

Image of National Woman's Party Alva Belmont Scrapbook Collection - 1944.024.001

National Woman's Party Alva Belmont Scrapbook Collection - 1944.024.001

The scrapbook contains stationary, flyers, postcards, programs, broadsides, and foldouts related to the Political Equality Association. Alva Belmont was president of the Political Equality Association located in New York City, New York. (See Notes for more information on topics of items in scrapbook.) The scrapbook has a red cover with two impressed gold lines as the rectangular decorative border and SCRAP BOOK in gold cursive lettering in the center. The scrapbook cover is faded, the binding is worn. A number of pages are no longer bound. The pages have discolored over time, and the brittle pages are deteriorating with many pages torn at edges and corners.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.003

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.003

Rectangular yellow cotton twill banner with stenciled lettering in purple paint and gold fringe applied at curved bottom edge. Lettering reads "Forward, out of darkness, leave behind the night. Forward out of error, forward into light." Banner is stitched to unbleached cotton twill backing fabric covering a padded board and mounted in a gilt frame.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.004

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.004

Rectangular banner of yellow painted fabric, possibly cotton gauze, with black painted lettering reading "Mr. President it is unjust to deny women a voice in the government when the government is conscripting their sons." Below lettering is a black painted scroll motif above chevron-shaped bottom edge. Banner is stitched to unbleached cotton twill backing fabric covering a padded board and mounted in a gilt frame.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.006

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.006

Long purple banner reading " "Forward out of error leave behind the night forward through the darkness forward into light"." Banner is sewn of purple cotton sateen, folded over and machine-hemmed in lavender thread on all four sides. Lettering is painted in gold with white "shadowing." A flat tube of unbleached muslin is attached to top edge of reverse side of banner with dark purple thread in a running stitch, probably for hanging.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.007

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.007

Lavender cotton sateen banner with painted yellow lettering reading "In memory of Lucretia Mott." Banner has decoratively-cut bottom edge in curve and point shape and four self-fabric loops at top edge for hanging. Banner and loops are backed in unbleached cotton muslin.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.008

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.008

Beige cotton sateen banner with painted lettering in purple with yellow outlines reading "Without extinction is liberty without retrograde is equality." Banner is rectangular with gold fringe applied at rounded bottom edge. Reverse is yellow cotton sateen, sewn to the banner front on all edges and creating a tube across the top of the banner for hanging on a pole.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.009

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.009

Beige cotton sateen banner with stylized capital lettering in black paint reading "Failure is impossible." "Failure" is written in upsweeping curve with enlarged "F" while other words are written straight across beneath. Original chalk or ink markings are visible under paint. Banner is rectangular with applied gold fringe along pointed bottom edge. Top edge forms a hanging tube where front and back layers meet. Banner is backed in unbleached cotton muslin, which also forms a hanging tube at top edge and is attached to original backing with a small running stitch around all edges. A strip of twill tape, probably sized or varished, is loosely sewn to the top right of the muslin backing under t

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.010

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.010

Rectangular banner of green silk with black wool applique lettering reading "District of Columbia" in capitals. Banner is rectangular with points at bottom edge, backed in dark green cotton sateen painted brown for stiffening on inner side, with paint visible through losses in front fabric. Five black silk ribbon ties at top and one long silk rope attached to each bottom corner, possibly for holding banner in place.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.011

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.011

Rectangular beige cotton sateen banner with lettering in blue paint reading "The young are at the gates" in block capital letters. Bottom edge of banner is cut in a decorative pointed shape and edged in white fringe. Banner is backed in royal blue cotton sateen, forming a tube for hanging where the back and front join at the top edge.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.013

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.013

Beige cotton sateen banner with purple painted lettering reading "Iowa" in block capitals. Pencil marks for placement of letters are lightly visible. Banner is rectangular with decorative points at bottom edge and is backed in purple cotton sateen, forming a tube for hanging where the back and front join at the top edge.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.014

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.014

Rectangular tricolor banner in vertical bands of yellow ("gold"), white, and purple ("violet") silk taffeta with cotton tape tie at center. Silk is folded over at top to form a hanging tube, interfaced with cotton muslin. At each side of hanging tube is a leather loop with a piece of cord looped through it. Each strip is french-seamed to the next and the banner is hemmed at either side. Bottom edge of strips are selvage edges.