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Name Suffrage--United States--1910-1920
Number of Object records 91
Number of Photo records 27
Number of Archive records 0
Number of Library records 0

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Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.209.01

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.209.01

Photograph of the [District of Columbia?] jail, 1917, ca. Written on back: Occoquan Jail, W.W.P. Jail

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.209.02

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.209.02

Suffragists jailed for carrying suffrage banner in the streets of Washington, D.C., 1918. Exterior shots of D.C. Jail,ambulance waiting for suffragists prisoners, January 1919 [?]. Duplicate

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.209.03

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.209.03

District of Columbia Jail-1917 D.C. Jail: Ambulance waiting for suffrage prisoners, January 1919. Duplicate

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.210

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.210

District of Columbia's Jail's Psychopathic Ward where Alice Paul was confined, 1917.

Image of National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.211

National Woman's Party Photograph Collection - 1917.001.211

District Jail, August 1919. Officially abandoned eight years previous as "unfit for human habitation." Suffragists were confined after arrests at base of Lafayette Square.

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.063

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.063

A cell in Boston's Charles Street Jail, where suffragists were jailed after speaking on Boston Common. "Page #16" written on the verso.

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.064

Elsie Hill (left) and Katherine A. Morey (right) stand behind the bars of their prison cell. A large American flag is woven through the bars. The number twelve is above their cell. On accompanying article on verso: Title: " 'Suffs' Threaten Hub Hunger Strike" Caption under picture: "Miss Elsie Hill of Norfolk, CT, at left, and Miss Katherine A. Morey of Brookline, photographed in their cell today." Photo missing from file as of 04/05/2017

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.065

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.065

A suffragist stands behind the bars of her cell, wearing her suffragist sash. Written on the verso: "Suffragists who spoke for liberty on Boston Common were jailed -- February 1919 -- Page #16."

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.066

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.066

Many suffragists stand along the far side of a street in Boston, picketing with suffrage banners and flags. Many guards and policemen also stand along the street. Crowds have gathered behind them. "Suffragists in front of State House" and "Page #15" written on the verso.

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.067

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.067

Louise Sykes stands on a balcony draped in suffrage flags. In one hand, she holds a copy of President Woodrow Wilson's speech over a torch in her other hand. Several people standing behind her watch her burn the speech.

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.068

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.068

A group of women wearing suffragist sashes hold up a banner. The banner reads, "Mr. President: You said to the United States Senate on Sept. 30th 'We shall not only be distrusted but shall deserve to be distrusted if we do not enfranchise women.' You, alone, can remove this distrust NOW by securing the one vote needed to pass the Suffrage Amendment before March 4th." "Page #16" written on the verso.

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.069

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1919.001.069

A group of suffragists stand together outside during the State Conference of the National Woman's Party in New Hampshire. Written on the verso: "Left to right: Back row- Ms. Pascea Warren, Chairman, Mass meeting committee, Mrs. Sallie Hovey, Former New Hampshire Chairman, Mrs. Lois Warren Shaw, Newly elected Chairman, Miss Camilla T. Whitcomb, Chairman of the 8th ---- District of Massachusetts, Mrs. Gladstone Jordan, Chairman of Luncheon Committee ------- she was elected Chairman of --------------, Mrs. Alice Lee Movius, Chairman of 5th Congressional District of Massachusetts. Left to right: Front Row- Miss Eleanor Calnan, Chairman of --- Congressional District of Mass., Mrs. Robert -----

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1920.001.013

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1920.001.013

Crowds gathered in Dover for the Federal Suffrage Amendment ratification campaign. Some people carry suffrage banners and flags. A sign on the far right reads, "Delaware Equal Suffrage Association."

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1920.001.014

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1920.001.014

Crowds gathered in Dover for the Federal Suffrage Amendment ratification campaign. Some people carry suffrage banners and flags.

Image of Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1920.001.015

Photographic Records of the National Woman's Party-Action Photos - 1920.001.015

A group of suffragists and politicians stand together in Dover, Delaware during the state's ratification campaign in 1920. Written on the verso: "Left to right: Top row: Rep. Walter E. Hart, Senator --- Layfield ---, " Lewis M. Price, " Wallace S. Haudy. 2nd row: Senator James Allee, Representative William C. Brools. 3rd row: Senator John M. Walker, Catherin M. Flanagan, Senator John G. Highfield, Mrs. Florence Bayard Hilles, Miss Katherine Hilles, Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Senator Frank R. Pool (?)"