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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 Photograph Collection - 1918.001.084.02

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.084.02

Eight women, in formal clothes, gather around a porch/veranda with columns. [Duplicate] Written on verso: Deputation to cabinet officials-1918--Women from ten states who called on Cabinet officers on behalf of suffrage, May, 1918

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.084.03

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.084.03

Eight women, in formal clothes, gather around a porch/veranda with columns. [Duplicate] Written on verso: Suffragists from around the country protest to Cabinet officials about the democratic policy on blocking action on suffrage amendment in Senate-1918

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.085

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.085

Four women (L-R: Mrs. Annie Frakier, Bertha Moller, Berthe Arnold, Anita Pollitzer) stand outside the National Woman's Party Headquarters. Bertha Moller and Berthe Arnold hold a large roll of parchment between them. Written on verso: A suffrage petition from all sections carried to Senate by: Left to right: 1.Mrs. Annie Frakier 2. Bertha Moller. Missou. 3. Berthe Arnold, Colo. 4. Anita Pollitzer, S.C. standing outside of headquarters- October 1918-brought into floor of Senate

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.086

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.086

Two women stand in front of NWP Headquarters. They hold a banner that reads: "Senator Wadsworth's Regiment is Fighting for Democracy Abroad. Senator Wadsworth left his regiment and is fighting against democracy in the Senate. Senator Wadsworth could serve his country better by fighting with his regiment abroad than by fighting women." Written on verso: Leaving headquarters to picket Senate-October 1918-in protest against blocking action on suffrage-Page #160/31

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.090

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.090

Two women holding up banner with two children holding tri-colors banners, opposite. The banner reads: "We protest against the thirty-four willful Senators who have delayed the political freedom of American women. They have obstructed the war program of the President. They have lined up the Senate with Prussia by their denial of self government to the people." Written on verso: File: Mrs. Adeline Atwater Pynchon

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.087

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.087

Mary Gertrude Fendall (left) and Mary Dubrow (right) hold a banner, petitioning Senatory Gay of Louisiana. Mary Gertrude Fendall is in a dark two piece dress suit. Mary Dubrow is wearing a light dress suit. Written on verso: Huge petition sent to Senator Gay of Louisiana by his constituents-Asking him to vote for the Federal Suffrage Amendment-Left to right: Mary Gertrude Fendall, Mary Dubrow-1918-Page #32

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.088.01

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.088.01

Four women (L-R: Eleanor Calnan, unidentified woman, Julia Emory, Mrs. Jessica Henderson) hold a banner (center) which reads: "Senator Baird Stated he would stand by the President's War Program. The only time the President went to the Senate to ask for a measure, which he termed necessary to the war, Senator Baird voted against him. Does New Jersey want a senator who embarrasses the President's Program?" Eleanor Calnan and Mrs. Jessica Henderson each old a tri-color banner. Written on verso: Lafayette Statue-1918-Left to right: 1. Eleanor Calman, Mass. 2. -------- 3. Julia Emory, Md. 4. Mrs. Jessica Henderson, Mass.

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.088.02

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.088.02

Four women (L-R: Eleanor Calnan, unidentified woman, Julia Emory, Mrs. Jessica Henderson) hold a banner (center) which reads: "Senator Baird Stated he would stand by the President's War Program. The only time the President went to the Senate to ask for a measure, which he termed necessary to the war, Senator Baird voted against him. Does New Jersey want a senator who embarrasses the President's Program?" Eleanor Calnan and Mrs. Jessica Henderson each hold a tri-color banner. Written on verso: Campaigning against Senator Baird

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.089.01

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.089.01

Unidentified woman (left) and Bertha Arnold (right) stand in front of NWP Headquarters. They hold a banner between them that reads: "We protest aginst the thirty-four willful Senators who have delayed the political freedom of American women. They have obstructed the war program of the President. They have lined up the Senate with Prussia by their denial of self government to the people." Written on verso:Leaving headquarters to picket Senate-October 1918-in protest against blocking action on suffrage.

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.089.02

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.089.02

Unidentified woman (left) and Bertha Arnold (right) stand in front of NWP Headquarters. They hold a banner between them that reads: "We protest aginst the thirty-four willful Senators who have delayed the political freedom of American women. They have obstructed the war program of the President. They have lined up the Senate with Prussia by their denial of self government to the people." Written on verso:Leaving headquarters to picket Senate-October 1918-in protest against blocking action on suffrage.

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.091.01

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.091.01

A line of suffragists with tri-color banners walk up and down cross streets at the entrance to the U.S. Senate Building. On the right side of the photo, a woman [Edith Ainge] holds a U.S. flag. Two male spectators are seen at the entrance of the building. Written on verso:: Protest at Senate building-October, 1918-Edith Ainge (with American Flag) leading the picket line

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.091.02

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.091.02

A line of suffragists with tri-color banners walk up and down cross streets at the entrance to the U.S. Senate Building. On the right side of the photo, a woman [Edith Ainge] holds a U.S. flag. Two male spectators are seen at the entrance of the building. Written on verso:Picketing the Senate-1918-This group attacked with great brutality by Capitol police

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.092

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.092

A line of suffragists with tri-color banners walk up and down the side of the U.S. Senate Building. Written on verso:Picketing the Senate-October, 1918-in protest at the blocking of the suffrage bill-Page #30

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.093.01

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.093.01

A group of women (incl. Bertha Moller, Alice Paul, and Edith Ainge) gather in front of the U.S. Senate Building. A woman in a dark suit (Alice Paul or Edith Ainge) carries the U.S. flag, The other women carry tri-color banners. Written on verso: Picketing the Senate building-1918-Left- Bertha Moller-Center-Alice Paul-With American Flag-Miss Ainge-

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.093.02

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.093.02

A group of women (incl. Bertha Moller, Alice Paul, and Edith Ainge) gather in front of the U.S. Senate Building. A woman in a dark suit (Alice Paul or Edith Ainge) carries the U.S. flag, The other women carry tri-color banners. Written on verso: Picketing the Senate-1918-Edith Ainge of New York, holding American flag, leads the Senate picket, October 1918, as suffragists take up their banners from NWP car

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.094

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.094

A line of suffragists march in front of the U.S. Senate Building. Two uniformed police officers grab the banner and the arm of the suffragists on the right of the line. One uniformed police officer grabs the shoulder of the suffragist on the left of the front line. Written on verso: Picketing the Senate-October, 1918-Attacked by capitol police and senate pages

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.095

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1918.001.095

Alice Paul standing outside NWP headquarters with NWP ballot box at 14 Jackson Place Written on verso: Alice Paul 1919- 1920

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.103

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.103

A crowd observes the scattered remains of the urn the suffragists used for watchfire demonstrations Written on verso: Arrest of Annie Arneil-Watchfire Demonstrations

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.093.03

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.093.03

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 watchfire urn before the White House during the Suffrage protest demonstrations. Jan-Feb. 1919 Duplicate

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.092.01

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1919.001.092.01

Crowds gather in front of the White House gates. Three tri-color banners are visible. Smoke is visible from between the banners Two black automobiles line the street. Written on verso: The "Watchfire" Demonstrations at the White House kept the suffrage issue