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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 - 1918.002.001

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.001

A woman, representing the "Suffrage Amendment," and a young newsboy standing on a hill, call out to a Senator to "Watch Your Step!" The artist wrote the date January, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.003

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.003

A woman holds a bowling ball, the Suffrage Amendment, preparing to knock down the final pin, the Senate. The knocked down pins are the President, the House of Representatives, the Public, the Cabinet, and the press.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.004

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.004

A woman stands at a stove over a pot labeled "1918 Elections" holding a spoon labeled "Womens Votes." In the background, a man labeled "Democratic Senate" discusses issues with another man. The artist wrote 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.005

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.005

A suffragist speaks to a man, holding the "Woman Spy Bill" making women as responsible as men under the new law, while the suffragist holds a piece of paper: "Woman Suffrage Amendent Granting Political Equality to Women Passed by the Senate WHEN?"

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.006

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.006

A woman tries to buy a "Woman's Liberty Bond--The National Suffrage Amendment Enfranchising Women, A War Measure" with her "Patriotism" from Uncle Sam. She holds other bills labeled Courage, Love, Patience, Red Cross, Sacrifice, Home Fires, and Thrift. A sign in the background quotes Woodrow Wilson: "Make Right the Law of the World and Cast Away Selfish Domain Down in the Dust." The artist wrote the date April 27, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.007

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.007

A woman, wearing a cap and gown and holding a sign that says "For Democracy, National Suffrage for Women," chases a man, the "Senate," who is running with the U.S. Constitution. The artist wrote the date May 1918 on the original drawing. Adopted by Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard in memory of Lucile Clark Garrard.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.013

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.013

Woman dressed as soldier approaching a man representing the Senate. He holds a piece of paper that reads "Two Votes." The artist wrote the date June, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.009

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.009

A suffragist holds a flower, the "Political Recognition of Women" out to a man, the Senate, who is leaning against a lamp post. Signs posted in the background are tributes to mothers as "Defenders of Democracy" and "Patriotic Women." The original caption is: "Mother's Day. Suffragist: 'Will you wear this flower?' Senate: 'Oh gwan - I never had a mother.'" The date is not written on the original. Text: The Slacker Suffragist--"Will you wear these flowers?" Senate--"Aw gwan, I never had a mother."

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.010

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.010

The U.S. Senate (the policeman) blocks a group of nurses, labeled with words such as "Love," "Sacrifice," "Devotion," and "Courage" as they march along the "Path of Political Freedom." The caption written on the original drawing reads "Path of Political Freedom. U.S. Senate--They Shall Not Pass." The artist did not write a date on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.012

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.012

Uncle Sam throws a life preserver out to a woman in rough waters. The line is labeled as "The House" and the woman yells that it is "too short." The much longer line, labeled "The Senate" sits unused on the ground. The shore is labeled "Democracy." The artist did not write a date on the original drawing.

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.014

Two men riding in a horse-drawn carriage, one seated holding a baby and throwing another child out of the back of the carriage to a pack of wolves chasing them. The baby is labeled "Democracy Abroad" and the child being thrown from the carriage is labeled "Democracy at Home."

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.015

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.015

Woodrow Wilson looks out his window at the children, the Senate and American women, as they fight over a bag, Democracy. The European neighbors stare at the scene over the fence and whisper to one another. The artist wrote the date July 13 (no year) on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.016

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.016

A woman holding list of the "War Work for Women", while a fisherman representing the Senate walks away. His bait bucket is labeled "Speech," and the bag he carries is labeled "Votes." On the ground are pieces of trash--"Wasted Time," "Suffrage Amendment," "Unfinished Business," and "Talk." The caption on the original drawing is "Senate: 'Your democracy can wait'" The artist wrote the date July, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.017

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.017

Man hurts his finger while trying to repair a fence. The nail is "Votes for Women" and the fence is "Senatorial Elections."

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.018

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.018

A group of women walk through a train station carrying luggage that labeled "To Washington." One woman carries luggage with a quote from President Wilson printed on the side: "We proudly claim to be the champions of Democracy. If we really are in deed and truth, let us see to it that we do no discredit our own." The artist wrote 1918 on the original drawing. The original caption reads: "To Washington: To demand Democracy at home." Adopted by Barbara Presnell, in honor of History & Government Dept, Texas Women's University

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.019

A crowd of women stands in a park holding banners and flags. The silhouette of a statue is seen in the background. Text of banner woman in foreground: "Mr. President, how long must women wait for liberty" This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on August 10, 1918. Text: The Suffrage Protest in Lafayette Park, Opposite the White House Lafayette to Rochambeau: 'Does the Republic we fought for deny liberty to its own citizens?' The artist did not date or caption the original.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.020

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.020

A woman holds up two signs: "Democratic Senators--Fifty-Five Percent for the Suffrage Amendment," and "Republican Senators--Seventy-Five Percent for the Suffrage Amendment." The artist wrote the date August, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.021

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.021

An American woman on a train, holding papers labeled "War Burden" and "Red Cross" asks the conductor, whose hat has the initials W. W., to make the man in front of her move. The seated man's bag is labeled "Democratic Senator." The artist wrote September 7, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.022

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.022

A donkey, the "Democratic Senate," awaits his meal from a woman holding a basket of carrots, the "Votes in elections." The artist wrote the date September, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.023

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.023

A woman, holding a piece of paper about the suffrage amendment in her left hand, points skyward with her right hand. The caption written on the original drawing is 'Start the Home Fires Burning--To the Women Voters.' The artist wrote the date 1918 on the original drawing.