University of Rochester
This collection represents materials collected by the League of Women Voters of Rochester, New York. The League formed immediately following the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, in 1920, which granted women the right to vote. Led by women's rights organizer Alice Paul, the organization's members campaigned for an Equal Rights Amendment, which in their minds would have made women equal to men in the eyes of the law. The first series includes by-laws for both the Woman Suffrage Party of Monroe County as well as the Women's City Club of Rochester, New York. Conference Programs includes national and international conference calls and programs from the first decades of the twentieth century. The third series includes pamphlets encouraging women and men to campaign for woman's suffrage during the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. There are a number of articles published by the National American Woman's Suffrage Association and similar organizations ... Read More
Cornell University Libraries
Square cardboard fan, off-white with black lettering, on a wooden stick. The text on one side reads: "Keep cool! There will be nothing to worry about after we get votes for women, Election Day November 2. Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association." On the other side is a map of the United States, showing the status of women's suffrage in each state. The caption reads, "If the men of the West trust their women with the ballot--why can't the women of Massachusetts be trusted? Suffrage spreads from State to neighbor State. This proves it a success. Vote 'Yes' November 2." Creased, with rounded corners and some stains; "Call Mrs. Day" is written in pencil on one side. Housed in a stiff folder, 40 x 26 cm
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Forty-four English postcards advocating woman's suffrage or a living wage for women
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
11 broadsides on women's suffrage and its relation to women's economic, social, and legal issues published by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, or its London branch, the London Society for Women's Suffrage
St. Louis Public Library
The collection contains publications from the International Woman Suffrage Alliance and the Inter-American Commission of Women
Maine Historical Society
Records consisting of secretary's minutes, by-laws, membership lists, correspondence, bills and receipts, and printed materials
Vermont Historical Society
This collection is made up of newspaper clippings and scrapbooks detailing the activities of the various suffrage organizations including most prominently the Vermont Equal Suffrage Association, The League of Women Voters, the National American Woman Suffrage Association, and the Women's Christian Temperance Union. The papers were collected by Annette Parmelee and include some of her correspondence with the press and with national suffrage associations. There are also membership lists of the Vermont Equal Suffrage Association, suffrage pamphlets, information on suffrage conventions, petitions from each county and details of the legislative activity on women's suffrage
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, minutes and other record books, subject files, printed materials, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and miscellany of this organization formed to promote equal voting rights for women. Most post-date 1900
Auburn University
Includes member lists, annual program agendas, a minute book (1916- 1917) and miscellaneous items