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"Women bring all voters into the world, Let Women Vote". This signs hangs in the NC history museum in Raleigh, NC. I wish they made it on a t-shirt!
"Women bring all voters into the world. Let Women Vote." -- vintage poster, women's rights, suffrage, edwardian era
Pressure to allow women the vote was stirring interest in the 40s. This poster says: "Women bring all voters into the world, Let Women Vote"
democracy used to suck (still does for women's rights though they can at least vote now): vintage poster "Women bring all the voters into the world. Let Women Vote!" amazing how simply logical, sensical human or female rights are yet we f'k around for millennia over basic issues just because humans live in fear of nothing really!
"Women bring all voters into the world, Let Women Vote" Writing prompt: write a scene where a man or woman (you choose) sees this poster up somewhere and responds to it.
"Women bring all voters into the world. Let Women Vote." Pro-suffrage poster from the North Carolina Museum of History's collection.
Women bring all voters into the world~let women vote. Poster promoting the right to vote.
1920's Poster Quote: "Women bring all Voters into the World, Let Women Vote"
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This 1912 drawing by Lou Rogers printed in Judge magazine shows how women used chains in the aftermath of the Civil War as a symbol of how they had not been fully emancipated.
"POLITICS is no place for women!" anti-suffrage cartoon by Lou Rogers, and other 1920s political cartoons
This political cartoon, portrays a common viewpoint of the women's suffrage movement of the 1920s. Created by Lou Rogers, the woman in the cartoon is wrapped in a ribbon reading, "Spirit of 1,000,000 voters, politics is no place for women." Some believed women's suffrage would burden them and society.
Cartoon of a women with a rope tied around her that reads, "politics is no place for women." This political cartoon represents how anti-suffragists, including, Lou Rogers felt during this time period. Many anti-suffragists believed women were not meant for politics, they believed that was the job for men.
This political cartoon features a woman trying to untangle herself out of her binds, which are saying "politics are no place for women".
This political cartoon shows how men would control the women and say that they had no place in the government. The woman in this picture is trying to rip away the rope that representing how she wants equality.
Suffragette artist Lou Rogers was a contemporary of Harry G Peter, Wonder Woman's original artist
The IRONY. "POLITICS is no place for women!" anti-suffrage cartoon by Lou Rogers
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Susan B Anthony: Arrested for voting. Young girls these days don't appreciate what women had to go through to get the right to vote!
Susan B Anthony: Arrested for voting. Those who don't know history are destined to repeat it. VOTE ladies!
Susan B Anthony was arrested by a U.S. Deputy Marshal for voting on November 5th in the 1872 Presidential Election two weeks earlier. She was tried and convicted seven months later. She was fined 100 dollars, but never paid the fine.
Susan B. Anthony. She was even arrested and fined for voting on November 5, 1872 and refused to pay because she felt it was an “unjust penalty”. Susan B. Anthony wrote the Susan B. Anthony Amendment in 1878 which later became the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. She said, "Men-their rights, nothing more. Women-their rights, nothing less. What an amazing woman!
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Susan B Anthony was a very important woman in the womens' suffrage movement.
Susan B. Anthony lead the US effort to secure the right to vote for women
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This is a photo of some suffragettes standing in front of the White House. The suffragettes would stand there for days and days just to prove their point; while standing there men would curse at them and throw things at them but they would take it. They would also stand in the worst weather conditions so that is shows how bad they wanted liberty and equality.
This is an image of the Woman's Suffrage party led by Alice Paul. They would hang banners on the white house to embarrass president Wilson and when arrested would start hunger strikes in prison.
Women began fighting for their civil liberties in the late 1800’s, and this carried on into the 1900’s. Here is a photo of women in 1900 rallied together to bring attention to their lack of civil rights. I imagine it brought them great joy to know that they were fighting for what’s right and changing the way women were treated and viewed in the US. Image source, http://womensrightsny.com
US: Ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted American women the right to vote—a right known as woman suffrage. The process took more than 70 years.
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Women posting signs to promote woman suffrage, Seattle, 1910 Courtesy UW Special Collections (Neg. A. Curtis 19943)
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WOMAN SUFFRAGE: Women posting signs to promote woman suffrage, Seattle, 1910 Courtesy UW Special Collections (Neg. A. Curtis 19943)
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(photo: content.lib.washington.edu) 1910 Washington state votes for women's suffrage.
Women posting signs to promote woman suffrage, Seattle, 1910
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We are just over a week away from Women’s Equality Day, which will commemorate the 94th anniversary of women’s suffrage! Here’s a 1915 propaganda postcard that highlights the hypocrisy of opposition to voting rights for women. #VotesForWomen
Things that do not "un-sex" a woman -- A common anti-suffrage tactic was claiming that the masculine world of politics would sap women’s femininity. This postcard refutes that argument by giving examples of tasks women commonly performed that did not seem to do the same...
Women's Right to Vote!! Milhousdrawing.jpg Ahh, those were the days. Said no one ever. (Except maybe men!)
A popular anti-suffrage argument claimed that entering the supposedly masculine world of politics would take away from women’s femininity. This postcard directly refutes that argument by giving examples of other tasks women commonly performed that, while by no means feminine, were not considered to take away from their “womanliness” in the same way that voting would not change a woman’s fundamental character.
A 1915 propaganda postcard, highlighting the hypocrisy of opposition to women's suffrage movement
All the difficult things women were expected to do - and voting was too unladylike!
"It doesn't 'unsex her'... to do hard, boring, or dangerous work... just to vote!
#KatherineMilhous "Votes for Women" postcard #womansufferage #womensequalityday
1915 Women's Suffrage Postcard by Katherine Milhous (1893-1977)
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Mary Pickford . VOTES FOR WOMEN. Actor, director, producer. She was the first female movie mogul. One of the first movie moguls at all. She created United Artists. Genius businessperson. She drove a hard bargain.
Mary Pickford - Votes for Women <3 hair, gesture, space, DOF, everything about this other than newspaper and carpet.
Mary Pickford, silent film star, reads newspaper with the headline "Votes for Women"
Mary Pickford - Votes for Women <3 hair, gesture, space, DOF, everything about this
20 Little-Known, Bad-Ass, Super Cool Photos From Women's History - Mary Pickford
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Mary Pickford reading "Votes for Women". Silent movies actress.
Mary Pickford - Votes for Women <3 she is such an inspiration!
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52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever A woman suffrage activist protesting after "The Night of Terror."  33 women protestors who picketed the White House in 1917 were brutally tortured and beaten by the superintendent, W.H. Whittaker and the Occoquan Workhouse guards.
"To Ask Freedom For Women is Not a Crime." Mary Winsor, founder and president of the Limited Suffrage Society, holds a sign during the American suffrage movement. She was protesting 'The Night of Terror' in 1917. Thirty-three suffrage activists were arrested for ‘obstructing traffic’ and were badly beaten by prison guards.
55 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever - A woman suffrage activist protesting after 'The Night of Terror.' 
A woman suffrage activist protesting after "The Night of Terror."  - 52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever
A woman suffrage activist protesting after 'The Night of Terror.'  33 suffrage activists had been arrested for ‘obstructing traffic’ and were badly beaten by prison guards. 55 Badass Women Who Changed History Forever
Photo of Woman Suffrage Pickets. It was made in 1917 by Harris & Ewing. Dbl-click pic for more pics/ info. #History
March is Women's History Month - Woman Suffrage Pickets, 1917 (women were attacked, assaulted, brutally beaten, forcibly arrested, verbally abused. Sounds like what happens nowadays to people trying to protect their water rights, their ecosystem, and sounds like women trying to protect their basic rights under the 4th Amendment)
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Photograph of a Suffragette. Photo credit: Harris & Ewing, 1917.
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I am inspired by Louisa May Alcott because she was a feminist and fought against slavery. Today women and people of different nationalities are still working towards equal rights, and it was courageous women like these that makes the ca. -Avery S. #OneBraveThing
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In 1914, women suffragists continued to agitate for the right to vote in America. This photo - which the Library of Congress entitles "Help Us to Win the Vote" - depicts one such march. (Yes, and in Australia, now we have a PM who would retract that if he could!)
1914 Women's Suffrage - Gather up all those family photos and identify those in them to help your #family_researchers in future times, and get them online in your own #Genealogy_website!
1914 ~ a woman participating in a Suffrage Parade. Her sign reads "Help Us to Win the Vote". On August 18, 1920, the nineteenth amendment to the US constitution was passed, giving women the right to vote.
A.B. Alcott supported a woman's right to vote CREDIT: “Help us to win the vote,”1914. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Reproduction Number LC-USZ62-23622.
Help us to win the vote, photo taken in 1914
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"No self respecting woman should wish or work for the success of a party that ignores her." shirt - Google Search
Women Work, Women VOTE: August 1944, Special Supplemental Edition to AMMUNITION magazine published by UAW / CIO labor union associations, targeting war industry workers.
women work, women vote, this was before now. women had to fight for what they want !
women work, women vote... (all they forgot was "WOMEN ROCK!!") :)
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Women Work, Women Vote ~ Aug, 1944 Ammunition magazine
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Women's suffrage poster from 1909 "No Taxation without Representation." I never even thought of it from that point of view.
Women's suffrage poster from 1909 "No Taxation without Representation." I never even thought of it from that point of view. edit: that comment came from the original pinner...I've always looked at it that way haha!
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Women's Suffrage Poster #feminism - I can't even believe that women could not vote from the get go - that is seriously fucked up
Epically cool Woman Suffrage poster, although I'm not exactly keen on the very strange quote at the bottom.
Love this, so beautiful! Women's Suffrage poster by Evelyn Rumsey Cary.
Art Nouveau Poster "Woman's Suffrage" by Evelyn Rumsey Cary, 1905.
Women's Suffrage Poster #feminism. love the art from this period.
Woman Suffrage Giclee Print by Evelyn Rumsey Cary at Art.com
Women's Suffrage Poster by Evelyn Rumsey Cary, circa 1905
Women's Suffrage Poster. Saw it on Antiques Roadshow.
"Woman Suffrage" Poster - Evelyn Rumsey Cary ≈1905
old women's suffrage political cartoon that is awesome!
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'At Last" ~ old women's suffrage political cartoon. This cartoon illustrates the joy and happiness that suffragists around the nation felt when the 19th amendment was ratified. Fighting for this cause for many decades, the passing of the right for women's votes was a monumental step towards freedom and independence.
"At Last", cover on 'The Suffragist', Saturday, June 21, 1919. In September 1918 President Wilson endorsed the amendment granting women the right to vote. It took nine months from Wilson's endorsement until Congress passed the amendment in June 1919. ~Repinned Via newcityofladies
Primary source political cartoon, "At Last", cover on "The Suffragist," Saturday, June 21, 1919. This link also has information about the Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections and how women from the university participated in the cause. (Pinned by: Kelly A)
"At Last", cover on 'The Suffragist', Saturday, June 21, 1919. In September 1918 President Wilson endorsed the amendment granting women the right to vote. American
'At Last' - the cover on 'The Suffragist' in June, 1919. Pres. Wilson endorsed the amendment granting women the right to vote in Sept. 1918. Congress passed the amendment in June 1919.
'At Last' - the June 1919 cover on 'The Suffragist.' President Wilson endorsed the amendment granting women the right to vote in Sept. 1918, and Congress passed the amendment in June 1919. #ImagineActLead #UVaWomensCenter
"At Last", cover on 'The Suffragist', Saturday, June 21, 1919. I really just like this drawing.
[history] 'At Last" ~ old women's suffrage political cartoon ~ awesome!
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This image represents for me the time put into the fight for women’s liberation. Women all over the world have been fighting for the equality to be recognized as more than a second class citizen. More than 80 years later this topic is still prevalent across the world. What will it take? When will women see a significant change so that this issue is no longer an issue?
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I chose this picture In the mid 1800's, voting rights for women New York. Declaration of Sentiments because the women need votes maybe the women have more progress for alot peoples
#TBT It's been 96 years, 3 months & 4 weeks since #women were granted the right to #vote #collectmoments #suffragettes #campaigns #inspiration #momentsintime #history #lifestyle #apps #countdownkeeper
Suffragettes ~ 1911 - thank goodness for these brave women! Any woman who does not exercise her right to vote clearly does not understand history nor do they appreciate the persecution that these women endured. It is our duty as citizens to pay attention to issues and vote!
Votes For Women... Crazy to think this was the case in our free country. Really makes you wonder why people don't vote in this modern day when these women went through what they did for that very same expression of freedom!
The Suffragettes were movements for women's suffrage in the United Kingdom. Suffrage means the right to vote. They wanted to be involved in the running of the country and they wanted to be treated as equals to men. At first the movements started with peaceful protests, but they progressed to acts of extreme civil disobedience. Garvery.N, Nlg Steampunk (21.10.13). The Suffragettes: Votes for Women
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This picture represents the 19th Amendment. It shows woman suffrage. Women fought for many years to gain the right to vote, and finally in 1920 women everywhere were allowed to vote.
Women's Suffrage 1920... they went through so much to be able to vote.. and so many today take it for granted and dont even bother.
Women's Suffrage 1920 - many women were imprisoned, starved, beaten, all so you could have the right to vote. USE IT!
This shows the 19th amendment. Women protesting and fighting for suffrage. the right for women to vote.
The women's suffrage movement began in the late 19th century the hope for this movement was to establish equal rights for women.
Women's Suffrage 1920 I'm not a feminist, but I sure as hell will not let a "man" tell me "you are lucky we let you vote" Women do so much more these days, we work full time jobs, birth children, raise children, clean the house, cook... It's kinda not fair. Not all men allow that to be the case, but many men do. I know many women who are willing to be a doormat for their men. It may not be obvious ladies, but look around you.
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On this day in history-On November.30, 1919 women cast votes for the first time in French legislative elections
Hubertine Auclert était une féministe pendant la Troisième République qui a utilisé la polique de l'assaut pour demander le droit du suffrage pour les femmes. Elle a organisé des démonstrations, interrompu les éléctions et boycotté les taxes pour attirer l'attention à ses demandes
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Hubertine Auclert (1848-1914). Féministe française, elle a milité en faveur du droit de vote des femmes.
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