American suffrage movement GOLD BANNER WITH PURPLE LETTERING PRODUCED BY THE NATIONAL WOMAN'S PARTY. THE PARTY, IN SPITE OF ITS CLOSE TIES TO THE BRITISH MOVEMENT, ADOPTED THE TRADITIONAL AMERICAN COLOR OF GOLD.
Alice Paul & Mrs. O.H.P. Belmont (17 Nov 1923) . Alva Belmont and Alice Paul founded the National Woman's Party and championed women's suffrage and the 19th Amendment. Alva was president of the NWP from 1917 until her death in 1933. They likely served to inspire Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough's support for similar efforts in Britain.
National Women's Party Delegate Convention Badge and Ribbon - This ribbon was issued by Alice Paul's National Woman's Party, the group that picketed the White House. The colors of purple, white, and yellow were so clearly identified with Paul's group that no written identification on the ribbon was deemed necessary.