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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
Number of Library records 0

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Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.024

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.024

A woman uses a telescope to watch a plane, the Republican party and a battleship, the Democratic party engage in battle. The artist wrote the date 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.026

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.026

A woman holds a sign with the words: "The President in the Fight," signaling the support of President Wilson and his address to the Senate asking for the passage of the federal woman suffrage amendment as a war measure. The caption on the original drawing is: "The New Service Flag-The President in the Fight." The artist wrote the date October, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.027

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.027

A group of women, holding banners concerning democracy, gather on the steps in front of a building, possibly the U.S. Capitol. In the background, a line of guards stand in front of the building. The signs read: "Even Germany Surrenders to Democracy," "Democracy at Home," and "Thirty Senators Defy a Democratic World." The artist wrote the date 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.028

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.028

A suffragist writes on a notepad as she questions a U.S. Senator as he awaits his train to "Homeburg." Written at the top of the drawing: "The Senator adjourns without action on National Suffrage and ask [illegible] election at the hands of voting women." The artist wrote the date 1918 on the original drawing. Text: The Questionnaire--Voter: "Are you for democracy or merely the Democratic Party?"

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.029

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.029

A police officer attempts to pull a suffrage banner away from a picketing suffragist. This cartoon originally appeared in "The Suffragist" on November 16, 1918. The publication caption and the caption written on the original drawing are the same. The artist did not write a date on the original drawing. Text: The Senate of the United States After Four Years Observation of Europe Still Believes This is the Way to Stop a Demand for Democracy

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.030

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.030

A guard, representing the U.S. Senate, blocks the American woman from entering a door labeled: "The World Safe for Democracy. Greatest Spectacle All Welcome." Caption on original drawing reads: "Guard 'This means everybody but you!'" The artist wrote November 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.031

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.031

A woman holding two signs; one sign proclaims the rejection of suffrage by the U.S. Senate, and the other sign declares the freedom of German women to vote. The caption on the original drawing is: "The Question 'I wonder how they did it?'"

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.032

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.032

A woman stands with a crying child; the child represents the U.S. Senate and the woman represents the suffrage movement. The caption written on the original drawing reads: "The President Goes to Make Peace in Europe. U.S. Senate--'But I wanted to Go.' Suffragist--'Never mind I won't let you get lonesome.'" Text: U.S. Senate--"But I Wanted to go" Suffragist--"Never Mind I won't let you get Lonesome."

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.033

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.033

A woman suffragist stands on a dock, holding a banner that reads "Democracy for American Women?" while a ship representing the peace conferences sails away. The artist wrote the date December, 1918 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.034

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1918.002.034

A group of men surround a group of suffrage pickets holding banners. A uniformed man stands in the foreground in front of a sign that says "Your Country Needs YOU." The title is transcribed from the original drawing. The artist did not write a date on the original drawing. Text: One reason why the District of Columbia 'enlistment week' was not up to the standard.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.001

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.001

Cherubic figure running with bouquet of flowers with ribbons attached that read: "Democracy for the United States" and "Freedom for Women" and carrying the one vote needed to pass the Amendment through Congress. This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on January 4, 1919. The artist wrote the above caption and the date January, 1919 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.002

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.002

Woman holding an hour-glass, depicting time slipping away from January to March, while suffragists try to gain more votes for the federal amendment. This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on January 11, 1919. The artist wrote the date January, 1919 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.003

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.003

Senate depicted as man seated in a chair with a crown over his head, representing "Divine Right" while a woman holds a suffragist message before him: "American Women Demand A Share In The New Democracy." This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on January 18, 1919. The original caption and the original date on the drawing are the same as the publication caption and the publication date.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.004

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.004

A woman stands in front of a calendar, turned to the date, March 4th. This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on February 1, 1919. The original caption and the original date on the drawing are the same as the publication caption and the publication date.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.005

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.005

Three fairies, flying around a candle with the face of Woodrow Wilson, representing his claims to be a light of "World Democracy." This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on February 8, 1919. The caption on the original drawing is: "The French Women Singe Their Images at the Illusive Candle (Delusive). 'The Moths and the Flame.'"

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.006

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.006

Suffragist, holding the "Senate Record," and carrying her luggage (labeled "N.W.P. Democracy Limited") departing with other suffragists for the "Prison Special." This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on February 15, 1919. The caption on the original drawing is: "To the Voters from Prison to the People." The artist wrote the date 1919 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.007

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.007

Two women hold a banner: "The Women of America DEMAND The Immediate Passage Of The Amendment To The Constitution." This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on February 22, 1919 The artist wrote the date 1919 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.008

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.008

A man, representing the Senate, tightens a noose around a woman representing the Suffrage Movement, as a man on a horse races to the rescue in the background to "Save Democracy." This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on March 1, 1919. The artist wrote the date March, 1919 on the original drawing.

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.010

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.010

Woman stands outside door marked "U.S. Senate" while a man representing the Senate sits in a booth. This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on April 30, 1919. The artist wrote the date April 23, 1919 on the original drawing. Text: Suffragist- 'Does he say when the door will open?' Senator- 'Not yet.' Suffragist- 'Well, tell him I am waiting.'

Image of Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.012

Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection - 1919.002.012

Woman stands with arms outstretched, 'V' standing for votes and victory. This cartoon was originally published in "The Suffragist" on May 10, 1919. The captions on the original drawing are "V-for Vote and Victory for Women." and "Give!"