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Name Women's suffrage--United States--1910-1920
Number of Object records 189
Number of Photo records 10
Number of Archive records 1
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Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.011

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.011

A woman feeds a carrot, "Votes of Western Women," to the "Judiciary Committee" donkey as the animal kicks away "Votes for Eastern Women." The artist wrote the date April, 1916 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.012

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.012

Unfinished advertisement for the National Woman's Party convention held in Chicago in June, 1916. A woman carrying a banner and waving her hand stands in the foreground, while a porter holds a bag representing the 4,000,000 voting women of the West. The artist wrote the date June 16, 1916 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.013

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.013

Uncle Sam presents a young woman carrying a bag representing the 4,000,000 voting women of the west. The artist wrote the date June, 1916 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.014

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.014

As a suffragist steps off a train, two men help with her luggage, labeled "votes" and "Woman's Party." Two other men look on. She carries her own bag labeled "votes" and a suffrage flag. The artist wrote the date June, 1916 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.015

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.015

Two men, President Wilson and a man representing the Democratic Convention, stand behind a store counter while a woman, holding a bag labeled 91 electoral votes, seems unhappy or disinterested in the "Donkey Brand" being sold. The caption on the original drawing is: "Manager: 'What's the matter with her?' Clerk: 'She demands the Anthony label and will accept no substitute.'" Text: "'Losing a Customer': Manager: "What's the matter with her?" Clerk: "She demands the Anthony label and will accept no substitute."

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.016

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.016

The Democratic Donkey blocks the woman voter from using the key, or the "Vote," to free the imprisoned "Eastern Suffragist." The caption on the original drawing is: "Frightfulness! Dear Donkey-- If you use that key, I shall be terribly Antagonized."

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.018

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.018

A woman representing the Woman's Party watches as the Democratic donkey tries to stop the snowball of the 4,000,000 voting women of the West as it rolls toward the November elections. The caption on the original reads: "The Summer Snowball. The Woman's Party starts the ball rolling." The artist wrote the date July, 1916 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.019

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.019

A suffragist rides the Republican elephant who is waving her banner "National Woman Suffrage," with his trunk. Text: "The Federal Suffrage Amendment Should be Submitted and Ratified"-Charles Evans Hughes

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.020

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.020

Meaning "Thus Always to Tyrants," a suffragist, representing the "Woman's Party," and wearing a pirate's hat, holds a gun ("Votes") as she forces the Democratic Donkey to walk the plank. The Latin phrase means "Thus always to tyrants"--often connected with assasination of someone in power. The artist wrote the phrase on the original incorrectly, spelling "tyrannis" as "tryannis." The artist wrote the date August 5, 1916 on the original drawing. Adopted by Sean Kleefeld

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.021

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.021

A woman, the Western Voter, tries to rope the donkey, labeled "States Rights" for the Eastern Suffragist. The artist did not write a caption or a date on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.022

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.022

(Left side of Drawing): Woodrow Wilson speaks to a suffragist, who holds a petition in her hand. (Right side of Drawing): A male worker stands watching and grinning as Wilson runs toward the U.S. Capitol.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.023

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.023

Two women speaking to each other on the beach, people in the background. The title on the original drawing is: "Atlantic City-What did Wilson Talk to the Suffragists About Last Night? About Fifteen Minutes." Text: Heard on the Beach at Atlantic City: "What did Wilson talk to the Suffragists about?" "Oh, about fifteen minutes!"

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.024

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.024

The Democratic donkey drops bombs from a hot air balloon. The bombs are labeled with arguments for blocking the federal suffrage amendment. A small plane labeled "Woman's Party" flies in the background. The caption written on the original reads '"The Democratic Donkey Dropping Gas Bombs on National Woman Suffrage." The artist did not write a date on the original drawing..

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.025

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.025

Woodrow Wilson draws a line around a wealthy-looking young girl, representing New Jersey. Three girls in tattered clothing, the Middle States, New England, and the Southern States stand in the background. The caption on the original drawing is: "The Poor Little Rich Girl: Mr. Wilson believes in woman's suffrage--for New Jersey!"

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.026

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1916.003.026

A man, carrying a briefcase marked 64th Congress looks toward the Capitol building, where the light of the "National Woman Suffrage" is shining. The artist did not write a caption or a date on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.001

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.001

Standing in front of a crowd of suffragists, all holding banners, one woman raises a "Liberty" pennant as a dark, skeletal figure tries to surround her.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.002

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.002

Uncle Sam holds up a piece of paper that reads "America First!" while a woman stands behind him, saying "Extra" and holding a piece of paper that reads "Russia First Universal Suffrage." The artist did not write a date or a caption on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.003

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.003

Congresswoman Jeanette Rankin holds her arms out to the young girl, the suffrage amendment, while two women look on in the background saying "That child needs a woman to look after her." The caption written on the original drawing reads "Come to Mother-When Miss Rankin Came to Congress." The artist wrote the date March 19, 1917 on the original.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.004

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.004

Suffragist working in a garden symbolizing the spread of women's suffrage throughout the states. Woodrow Wilson is depicted as the sun. The caption on the original drawing is:"Suffragist: 'If the Sun would only smile.'"

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.005

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1917.002.005

A woman sits by a fire popping corn seeds, each one representing suffrage rights in the states, the fire representing democracy. A bowl, labeled "Universal Suffrage" is on the floor to the left of the woman. The caption written on the original drawing is: "Suffragist: They are Popping Beautifully."