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  • Letty Fannie

    Art Womens suffrage hikers arrive in DC, 1913 home

  • Lea

    Woman suffrage hikers arriving from New York 1913 (Washington DC)

  • Perry Gaidurgis

    February 1913. "Woman suffrage -- hikers arriving in Washington from New York." Today marks the 90th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which granted women the right to vote. Over the next few days we'll post some more suffrage photos. Harris & Ewing glass negative.

  • Jenna Monae

    WashingtonDC 1913

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