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    • 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.

    • Susan Tomasallo #1

      February 1913. "Woman suffrage -- hikers arriving in Washington from New York." The 19th Amendment to the Constitution granted women the right to vote.

    • Darla Hobson

      Here for your consideration is an educational image of Woman Suffrage. Hikers Arriving From New York. It was created in 1913 by Harris & Ewing. The image illustrates United States.

    • Katie Duffy

      February 1913. Woman suffrage -- hikers arriving in Washington from New York. Harris & Ewing glass negative.

    • Carol Ward-Morris

      In 1913, women still did not have the right to vote. It was a hot issue that year and for some years to come. Dad’s mother would not have the right to vote until her youngest son was nearly 7 years old. This is a scene from the 1913 Suffrage March in DC, on February 28, 1913. "Woman suffrage -- hikers arriving in Washington from New York." Harris & Ewing glass negative.

    • Carla Bange

      100 Years Ago this Month... February 1913. "Woman suffrage -- hikers arriving in Washington from New York."

    • Lea

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

    • Jenna Monae

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