Alice Paul -  (1885-1977) - The woman who rescued the woman suffrage movement (1910) and made sure women got the vote.

Alice Paul - (1885-1977) - The woman who rescued the woman suffrage movement (1910) and made sure women got the vote.

Portrait of Emily Davison, british suffragette, who ran in front of the King's horse at the 1913 Epsom Derby and was considered a martyr by her fellow suffragettes.

Portrait of Emily Davison, british suffragette, who ran in front of the King's horse at the 1913 Epsom Derby and was considered a martyr by her fellow suffragettes.

On October 20, 1917, Alice Paul was arrested while peacefully picketing in front of the White House in support of women’s suffrage. She carried a banner that quoted President Woodrow Wilson (who opposed women’s suffrage) which read “The time has come to conquer or submit, for us there can be one choice. We have made it.” She was sentenced to seven months’ imprisonment at the Occoquan Workhouse.

On October 20, 1917, Alice Paul was arrested while peacefully picketing in front of the White House in support of women’s suffrage. She carried a banner that quoted President Woodrow Wilson (who opposed women’s suffrage) which read “The time has come to conquer or submit, for us there can be one choice. We have made it.” She was sentenced to seven months’ imprisonment at the Occoquan Workhouse.

Olive Oatman, who was held captive and tattooed by the Mohave Indians. The first white woman in the US to be tattooed (~1850s).

Olive Oatman, who was held captive and tattooed by the Mohave Indians. The first white woman in the US to be tattooed (~1850s).

15 badass women of World War II, Violette Szabo, Allied Spy wreaked havoc against Nazis in France until she was caught and died in Ravensbruck

15 badass women of World War II you didn't learn about in history class.

15 badass women of World War II, Violette Szabo, Allied Spy wreaked havoc against Nazis in France until she was caught and died in Ravensbruck

Camille Claudel (1864-1943)   "Era una de los pocas artistas femeninas del siglo…

Camille Claudel (1864-1943) "Era una de los pocas artistas femeninas del siglo…

Emily Dickinson  No valió Medicina -  No era Enfermedad - entonces - Ni necesidad de Cirugía -  Y por tanto - no era Dolor -   Se llevó las Mejillas -  Un Hoyuelo cada vez -  Y dejó el Perfil - más feo -  Y en el lugar de la Lozanía -  Dejó el pequeño Matiz  Que nunca tuvo Nombre -  Lo has visto en una cara de Molde - ¿Fue - culpa - del Paraíso   Si momentáneamente entreabierto -  La temeridad - se acercó -  Y enfermó - para siempre  Por Algo que vio?

And Here's The Only Other Known Photo Of Dickinson, Taken In 1847 When She Was A Teenager

Emily Dickinson No valió Medicina - No era Enfermedad - entonces - Ni necesidad de Cirugía - Y por tanto - no era Dolor - Se llevó las Mejillas - Un Hoyuelo cada vez - Y dejó el Perfil - más feo - Y en el lugar de la Lozanía - Dejó el pequeño Matiz Que nunca tuvo Nombre - Lo has visto en una cara de Molde - ¿Fue - culpa - del Paraíso Si momentáneamente entreabierto - La temeridad - se acercó - Y enfermó - para siempre Por Algo que vio?

Members of Ballet Russe sitting in a park mending their dancing shoes and their tights, 1950s // Myron Davis

Members of Ballet Russe sitting in a park mending their dancing shoes and their tights, 1950s // Myron Davis

The Statue of Liberty in the making in Paris 17eme 1884. I love this.

The Statue of Liberty in the making in Paris 17eme 1884. I love this.

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