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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 Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.001

Marble bust depicting Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) sculpted by Adelaide Johnson (1859-1955). In the depiction, Anthony has her hair tied behind her head in a bun, and she is wearing a shawl-like top draped in a V at the front. The back of the bust is inscribed with the sculptor's signature that reads: "Adelaide Johnson, Washington D.C., 1892". [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.002

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.002

Marble bust depicting Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) sculpted by Adelaide Johnson (1859-1955). In the depiction, Stanton has curly hair, and she is wearing a shawl-like top draped in a V at the front. The back of the bust is inscribed with the sculptor's signature that reads: "Adelaide Johnson, Washington D.C., 1892". [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.003

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.003

Marble bust depicting Lucretia Mott (1793-1880) sculpted by Adelaide Johnson (1859-1955). In the depiction, Mott is wearing a bonnet and shawl-like top draped in a V at the front. The back of the bust is inscribed with the sculptor's signature that reads: "Adelaide Johnson, Washington D.C., 1892". [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.004

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1922.003.004

Marble bust depicting Alva Belmont (1853-1933) sculpted by Adelaide Johnson (1859-1955). In the depiction, Belmont is draped in Classical style wrap, with her left shoulder bare. The back of the bust is inscribed with the sculptor's signature that reads: "Adelaide Johnson DC 1912". The bottom of the bust flares outward ending in a square base. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party - 1923.008

National Woman's Party - 1923.008

The trowel has a pointed metal blade attached to a wooden handle. The metal blade is engraved with the inscription: "IN MEMORY OF/THE SENECA FALLS CONVENTION/OF 1848/ PRESENTED BY/ITS SOLE SURVIVOR/CHARLOTTE L. PEIRCE/IN THANKSGIVING/FOR PROGRESS MADE BY WOMEN/AND IN HONOR OF/THE NATIONAL WOMAN'S PARTY/WHICH WILL CARRY ON THE STRUGGLE/SO BRAVELY BEGUN." The maker's mark is faintly visible on the blade: "HENRY DISSTON & SONS/PHILADELPHIA U.S.A./REG US PAT OFF". According to oral history, the trowel was used at the grave of Susan B. Anthony.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1928.001

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1928.001

Rectangular white painted fabric banner with black painted lettering reading " "La mujer debe terner el mismo derecho de votar que el hombre tiene- Jose Marti" " and " "Women should have the same right to vote as men have."- Jose Marti." Used at memorial service for Jose Marti and equal rights gathering on January 28, 1928 at the Aula Magna in Havana, Cuba.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1925.002

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1925.002

Rectangular banner of white painted fabric with black painted lettering reading " Woman's Party Delegates to President for Equal Rights" in capitals.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1970.002

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1970.002

Rectangular synthetic tricolor banner in vertical bands of yellow ("gold"), white, and purple ("violet"). Each strip is attached to the next with flat-felled seams. Pointed bottom edge has applied white fringe. Top edge is folded over and sewn into a sleeve through which is threaded a cotton cord. At yellow portion of sleeve is a stamped logo of an eagle reading "Colonial Nyl-Glo" in all capitals. Additional type below and to right of logo is indecipherable.

Image of National Woman's Party Button Collection - 1990.001.001

National Woman's Party Button Collection - 1990.001.001

Round metal button. The button is decorated with purple lettering "THE/70th/ANNIVERSARY/CELEBRATION/OF WOMEN'S/EQUALITY DAY/August 26, 1990" against a white background. Pin bar on reverse.

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1993.010

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1993.010

Marble bust depicting Dr. Caroline Brown Winslow (1822-1896) sculpted by Adelaide Johnson (1859-1955). In the depiction, Dr. Winslow has her hair tied behind her head, and she is wearing a collared top with buttons down the front. The back of the bust is inscribed with the sculptor's signature that reads: "Adelaide Johnson, Washington D.C., 1892". The bust rests on a pedestal base inscribed with the following text: "Dr. C. B. Winslow, "The Alpha". [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1993.011

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1993.011

Painting on paperboard by an unknown artist, depicting Inez Milholland Boissevan wearing a gold crown and white gown, on a white horse holding a banner that reads: "Forward into Light" [the word "forward" partially obscured by Boissevan's head]. The figure on horse stands against a dark blue/ black circular background. The circle is framed by a painted gilt area, above which reads (in white paint): "Inez Milholland Boissevan," below which reads (in white paint): "Who Died for the Freedom of Women." The board is framed in a gilt wood frame. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the Inez Milholland Boissevan.]

Image of National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2004.002.001

National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2004.002.001

Round metal button. The button front has upper case black lettering reading "VOTES/FOR/WOMEN" against a gold background. On the reverse is a pin bar and a paper label with "LUCKE BADGE & BUTTON CO" above the company's logo and "BADGES, BUTTONS/NOVELTIES/BALTIMORE, MD" and a trade union logo below.

Image of National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2004.002.002

National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2004.002.002

Round metal button. The button front has upper case black lettering reading "VOTES/FOR/WOMEN" against a gold background. On the reverse is a pin bar.

Image of National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2004.002.003

National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2004.002.003

Round metal button. The button front has upper case black lettering reading "VOTES/FOR/WOMEN" against a gold background. On the reverse is a pin bar and a white paper label with red lettering reading "PIONEER/OV. M'F'G CO/NEW YORK" and a trade union logo next to the number 688.

Image of National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2007.001

National Woman's Party Button Collection - 2007.001

Round metal button. The button front has a white background with a red circle in the center and upper case black lettering reading "OPPOSED TO WOMAN SUFFRAGE." On the reverse is a pin bar and a paper label with "BASTION BROS. CO/ MFRS OF/ RIBBON METAL/AND/CELLULOID NOVELTIES" and a union logo reading "SA NO 211/CLIP & BA?/UNION/LABEL/ROCHESTER NY."

Image of National Woman's Party - 2008.003

National Woman's Party - 2008.003

Instructional Automatic Voting Machine from New York State, mid 1800's. Question 1 asks if New York should enlarge the Erie Canal. Question 2 asks voters whether women should be given the vote in New York. Made by Automatic Voting Machine Corporation, in Jamestown, NY. Date estimated to be around 1903, due to Erie Canal vote. Registration #1161.

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.042

Maryland Suffrage News, April 27, 1918 Delegates to the Just Government League Convention, held in Baltimore, April 23, 1918. Shown on the steps of the Baltimore Country Club where th luncheon and the afternoon session of the convention were held. Written on back: Pressure from the States--for suffrage--1918--Maryland--Page #28

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.093.02

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.093.02

Four women stand in front of the White House gates. An urn stands in the center of them. The women on the far right and far left hold tri-color banners. The women in the middle hold a banner that reads: "President Wilson is deceiving the world when he appears as the prophet of democracy. President Wilson has opposed those who demand democracy fro this country. He is responsible for the disenfranchisement of millions of Americans. We in America know this. The world will find him out." Written on verso: The urn used in watchfire demonstrations -- 1919 Duplicate

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.117

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.117

Crowds gather around woman in hat [Elizabeth Kalb?] holding a tri-color banner. A policeman stands to her right. Written on verso:Watchfire arrest--Elizabeth Kalb?

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.084.01

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.084.01

Eight women, in formal clothes, gather around a porch/veranda with columns. Written on verso: Prominent suffragists from North-South-East-West--go to Cabinet to protest the Democratic party policy of blocking action on suffrage amendment--1918--Page #32