|Collection||National Woman's Party Photograph Collection|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Title||Sarah Tarlebon Colvin|
full lenght photo of Sarah Tarlebon Colvin she stands in front of Jackson Place Headquaters wearing a long black dress with a white shirt underneath. she holds a purse and wears a hat.
attached at bottom "Notes in the life of Mrs. A. R. Colver of St. Paul. "Mrs. A. R. Colvin (Sarah Tarleton Colvin), Minnesota Chairman of the National Woman's Party. Born in Green county, Alabama of famous Tarleton Family, Brought up in Maryland, lived in St. Oaul, Minnesota since her marriage. A graduate of John Hopkins Training School for Nurses, registered Red Cross nurse. Lived in Baltimore several years. Married Mr. A. R. Colvin, now major in army, acting surgional chief at Fort Mollonry. Mrs. Colvin joined the National Woman's Party in 1915 and organized the Minnesota branch. She is familar with conditions in the west, north and south. Campaigned in 1916 in Kanssas. Has made spending tours through Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Devotes her entire time to suffrage. Describes herself as a "farm women who raises strawberries and asparague.". Speaks with great direction and sincerity. Has taken active part in all recent demonstration of the Woman's."
|Photographer||Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C.|
Colvin, Sarah Tarleton