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Name Women
Number of Object records 39
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National Woman's Party Political Cartoon Collection - 1910.004.001

A man with a wooden leg sits at a table and smokes a pipe. Two women and two young children stand behind the opposite side of the table. One woman leans over the table with one hand on it and the other raised. Another woman to her right stands with her hands raised and slightly apart from each other.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.025a

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.025a

Yellow cotton sateen banner with white painted letters reading "Working Women Need the Vote" in block capitals with a decorative design at bottom center. Banner is edged in gold-toned metallic trim. Bottom edge in decorative point and curve design has applied yellow fringe. At top are hanging loops in same gold-toned trim. Banner is backed in unbleached cotton muslin sewn to edges of banner with running and overcast stitch. Twill tape label is applied at back and twill tape loops are applied behind hanging loops at top.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.026a

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1913.026a

Rectangular dark blue cotton sateen banner with turquoise painted lettering reading "Man needs her help but she cannot give it" in block capitals with decorative symbols. Bottom of banner is cut into points and edged in yellow fringe. Turquoise letters appear to have been painted over silver paint or pigment. Banner is backed in same dark blue fabric, joining the front at the top edge to create a tube for hanging. Through tube is wooden pole with gold-painted acorn-shaped finials, the right finial removeable. The banner is nailed to the pole with one nail at either end.

Image of National Woman's Party Political Cartoon Collection - 1914.006.001

National Woman's Party Political Cartoon Collection - 1914.006.001

A woman in a nurse's uniform stands on the deck of a ship. She holds onto the railing with one hand and looks at the water.

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 Fine Art Collection - 1934.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1934.001

Marble statue titled on the base: "Jehanne au Sacre" [Jeanne d'Arc (1412-1431)], sculpted by Prosper d'Epinay (1836-1914) in 1902. The woman depicted is wearing a helmet, chain mail, armour, a bronze scabbard, and a covering with gold fleurs-de-lis on it. She is holding the handle of a metal sword in her clasped hands, its point between her feet. Behind her is the base of a column. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and subject.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1940.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1940.001

Framed portrait of Maud Younger (1870-1936) painted in oil on canvas by an unknown painter. In the portrait, a short dark brown-haired Ms. Younger is wearing a red top under a dark brown (velvet?) jacket/ covering. Ms. Younger is sitting slightly to the right, and looking to the left, against a brown background. The painting is trimmed in a rust colored velvet and framed by a carved and molded wood frame. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1951.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1951.001

Painted (brown), molded plaster bust of Dr. Agnes Ermina Wells (1876-1959) created by Carmen Brooks Taysom (1925-2001). Dr. Wells is wearing a molded plaster chain with a pendant bearing three Greek symbols. Imprinted on the bottom front of the base is the following: "AGNES E. WELLS". Bust is hollow with a felt liner on the base. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1963.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1963.001

Realistic bronze sculpture of a screaming young woman, arm raised, on a horse. The sculpture, titled "Sybil Ludington's Ride" and sculpted by Anna Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973) in 1958, is a small version of a sculpture by the artist located in Carmel, New York. [See Notes] The model used for the sculpture was Marguerite Agneil, a member of the National Woman's Party. The artist was also a member of the National Woman's Party. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist, model, and subject.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1963.002.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1963.002.001

Framed portrait of Frances E. Willard (1839-1898) painted in oil on canvas by Harriet Stanton de Forest (1909-2008). In the portrait, Frances Willard's brown hair is tied behind her head, she is wearing thin-rimmed glasses and a light turquoise dress. She is seated, looking forward, holding a white document in her lap, with her right arm resting on a desk. The wood frame is painted a gray color with black paint speckles. (see Notes about the frame) This portrait, and one of Elizabeth Cady Stanton [Accession# 1963.002; Object ID# 1963.002.2], by the same artist, were unveiled at the Alva Belmont House on June 29, 1963 on the occasion of a meeting of the International Council of Women. Alva B

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1963.002.002

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1963.002.002

Framed portrait of Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) painted in oil on canvas by Harriet Stanton de Forest (1909-2008). In the portrait, Elizabeth Cady Stanton is wearing a black lace veil on her white hair. She is a black shawl over a navy blue dress with a white collar and a round brooch. She is seated with her left hand resting on a small table with an open book, her right hand at her face, and a bookshelf behind her. The wood frame is painted brown. [See notes about frame] This portrait, and one of Frances Willard [Accession# 1963.002; Object ID# 1963.002.1], by the same artist, were unveiled at the Alva Belmont House on June 29, 1963 on the occasion of a meeting of the International

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1964.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1964.001

Framed portrait of Emma Guffey Miller (1874-1970) painted in oil on canvas by Mari Baum Landes (1916-2003). In the portrait, a grey-haired Mrs. Miller is wearing a black robe with a white collar, a pink bead and pendant necklace, and she is holding a folded white document in her right hand. To Mrs. Miller's right is a vase with cherry blossom sprigs, to her left are several books. Behind Mrs. Miller is an image of the U.S. Capitol. The wood frame is painted a transparent light blue. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1965.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1965.001

Framed portrait of Alice Paul (1885-1977) painted in oil on canvas by Helen M. Daggett. In the portrait, a brown-haired Alice Paul is sitting against a blue wall wearing a black top with a white ruffled collar. Attached to the bottom of the wooden fram is a brass plaque that reads: "Alice Paul/ Founder/ National Woman's Party/ Washington, D.C." [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1971.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1971.001

Framed portrait of Jane McKnight Goode (1856-1934) painted in oil on canvas by Silas Jerome Uhl (1842-1916). In the portrait, Mrs. Goode's brown hair is in a bun, and she is wearing a white ruffled collar top. The sitter is looking to her left against a white background. The ornate wood frame is gilt. This portrait was painted from life sittings in spring 1893, and completed May, 1894, in Washington, DC. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1973.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1973.001

Framed portrait of Lucia Voorhees Grimes and her daughter Emily painted in oil on canvas by Betsey Graves Reyneau (1888-1964). In the portrait, a brown-haired Mrs. Lucia Voorhees is seated on the right side of the painting looking left, and is wearing a teal dress. A brown-haired Emily Grimes is wearing a white dress with a yellow tie, and sits facing forward resting in her mother's right arm. The frame is bronzed wood. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitters.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1981.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1981.001

Marble bust of Alice Stokes Paul (1885-1977) sculpted by Avard Fairbanks (1897-1987). Alice Paul is wearing a fur collar and a Jail Door Pendant. The white marble bust is mounted to a rose colored marble base. The right side of the bust [the sitter's left shoulder] is inscribed with the artists name and date: "Avard Fairbanks 1981". [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]

Image of National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1987.001

National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection - 1987.001

A bronze statuette of Jeannette Rankin (1880-1973) of Montana, the first U.S. Congresswoman, sculpted by Mary Theresa (Terry) Mimnaugh (b. 1954). The woman in the statuette has short curly hiar, is standing in a long dress, and is holding a document in her left hand. The statuette is mounted on a wooden base with attached metal plaques on the top and the front. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist and sitter.]