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Suffragette Postcard, Original Real Photographic.
Amendment Float. Suffragettes' Parade: March 3rd 1913. Washington DC
(I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD, 1913). An original real photographic postcard for collectors of original suffragette / Votes for Women memorabilia. On March 3, 1913, the National American Woman Suffrage Association - NAWSA - organised a woman suffrage parade and demonstration in Washington DC. (Pennsylvania Avenue). It was timed to coordinate with Woodrow Wilson's presidential inauguration, the following day. The marchers were jeered and attacked, and had to fight their way through the mob, and the resulting publicity focused the country's attention on the issue of Woman Suffrage. This is an original, contemporary postcard, issued at the time. A horse-drawn float carries the words: "We Demand an Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Enfranchising the Women of the Country". A suffragette rides alongside on a white horse, and crowds of bystanders watch the float go by, from underneath a marquee / cloth verandah. On the back of the card, there's a handwritten contemporary message in ink. There was about four hundred thousand people on the avenue that day. There are 325,000 population in this city [Washington], and we had about 300,000 visitors". The card has not been posted and there is no stamp or postmark. Published by I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD. Front of card is somewhat soiled, with wear to edges and corners. There's a large round coffee stain to the top right, a small crease bottom left, and a few light scratches. Rear is browned with a little brown staining top edge. Otherwise the card is in good condition. Electronic image has been watermarked with the word "protected", to prevent image theft. This, of course, is not present on the card itself. Front of card is somewhat soiled, with wear to edges & corners. Large round coffee stain top right, crease bottom left, & a few scratches. Rear browned. Browning top edge. Good. pp. Order No. NSBK-A14967
Keywords: USA, Washington, American, United States of America, parades, processions, history, floats, suffragettes, Votes for Women, suffragette, National American Woman Suffrage Association, NAWSA, demonstrations, women's history, antiquarian, original suffragette ephemera, suffragette postcards
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Real Photographic Suffragette Postcard, Original. USA.
Suffragettes' Parade. March 3rd 1913. Washington DC: Starting of Suffragettes' Parade Coming Up Pennsylvania Avenue. March 3rd 1913. Washington DC
(I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD., 1913). An original real photographic postcard for collectors of original suffragette / Votes for Women memorabilia. On March 3, 1913, the National American Woman Suffrage Association - NAWSA - organised a woman suffrage parade and demonstration in Washington DC. (Pennsylvania Avenue). It was timed to coordinate with Woodrow Wilson's presidential inauguration, the following day. The marchers were jeered and attacked, and had to fight their way through the mob, and the resulting publicity focused the country's attention on the issue of Woman Suffrage. This is an original, contemporary postcard, issued at the time, showing suffragette women on horseback. On the back of the card, there's a handwritten contemporary message in ink: "This photo was taken one block from the Capitol. The street was clean at that point. This shows you how wide the avenue is. 120ft from curb to curb". The card has not been posted and there is no stamp or postmark. Rear is browned with a little smudging to ink. No creasing. Front of card slightly soiled, and lower right hand corner has suffered damage, the area of a thumb, with actual loss to the photo. Edges & corners worn. Good. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14974
Keywords: suffragette ephemera, suffragette postcards, history, original postcards, women's suffrage, suffragettes, woman suffrage, Votes for Women, women's movement, antiquarian, parade, procession, antiquarian, American, United States of America, USA, Washington, collectible, National American Woman Suffrage Association
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Marshall, Susan E.
Splintered Sisterhood: Gender and Class in the Campaign Against Woman Suffrage
(Wisconsin UP, 1997). Hardback. New book, fine. xii + 347pp. Order No. NSBK-C5474
Keywords: 0299154602, anti-suffrage, woman suffrage, women's suffrage, America, American, United States, USA, gender, class, campaigns, protest, sisterhood, politics, male attitudes, antisuffrage, organisations, organizations, suffragettes, suffragette, franchise, enfranchisement, history, women's history, political activists
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Fowler, Robert Booth.
Carrie Catt: Feminist Politician
(Northeastern University Press, rpt, 1988). Paperback. Very good. xx + 226pp. Order No. NSBK-C14937
Keywords: 1555530052, Carrie Chapman Catt, biography, biographies, life history, life histories, Congress, United States, America, American, women's history, USA, suffrage, suffragettes, Women's Rights, women's movement, pacifism, peace, human rights, International Women's Suffrage Alliance
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Scott, Anne Firor and Scott, Andrew MacKay.
One Half the People: The Fight for Woman Suffrage
(Illinois UP, rpt., 1982). Hardback. Scratches to front cover, otherwise very good. x + 174pp. Order No. NSBK-C12628
Keywords: 0252010116, US, USA, United States, United States of America, America, American, The States, women's history, woman, women, women's studies, female, females, feminine, gender, suffrage, suffragettes, politics, votes, emancipation, Victorian, Victorian period, nineteenth century, 19th, twentieth century, 20th
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John, Angela V.
Elizabeth Robins: Staging a Life
(Tempus, rpt, 2007). Paperback. Very good+. 384pp. Order No. NSBK-D15438
Keywords: 9780752440286, Elizabeth Robins, acting, theatre, stage, women' s suffrage, suffragettes, Edwardian, women's emancipation, actresses, actress, Ibsen, novelists, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, USA, America, American, entertainment, biography
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Mary Ashton Rice Livermore, .
Bookplate portrait of Mary Rice Livermore, A4 size:
(n.p., n.d.). American suffragist and reformer who saw the vote for women as integral to ameliorating social ills. She also protested against slavery and wrote for various religious and reform periodicals. Bookplate portrait. Very good. 1pp. Order No. NSBK-C4179
Keywords: Mary Ashton Rice Livermore, picture, pictures, American, USA, suffragettes, suffragists, Massachusetts, Kansas, United States of America, Votes for Women, abolition, abolitionists, slavery, women, history, nineteenth century
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Muir, Kate.
Suffragette City:
(Pan Books, rpt., 1999). Paperback. Ex library with usual library stamps and stickers, spine creased, otherwise good. 314pp. Order No. NSBK-C7085
Keywords: 0330389718, novels, fiction, women writers, woman writer, female, Kate Muir, suffragettes, suffrage, feminism, feminists, women's rights, women's writing, emancipation, New York, Manhattan, America, USA, American, United States of America, being single
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Blair, Karen J.
The Clubwoman as Feminist: True Womanhood Redefined, 1868-1914
(Holmes & Meier, 2nd printing, 1988). Paperback. Good. xv + 199pp. Order No. NSBK-C1015
Keywords: 0841912610, feminism, womanhood, feminists, women's clubs, women's movements, United States of America, American, USA, 19th century, nineteenth century, education, collective action, marriage, motherhood, literary clubs, associations, suffrage, suffragettes, women's suffrage, woman suffrage
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Merrill, Marlene Deahl, ed.
Growing Up in Boston's Gilded Age: The Journal of Alice Stone Blackwell, 1872-1874
(Yale UP, 1990). Hardback. Very good in dustwrapper. xix + 270pp. Order No. NSBK-C9223
Keywords: 0300047770, Boston, America, American, United States, USA, US, Alice Stone Blackwell, nineteenth century, 19th, Victorian, women writers, woman writer, journals, diaries, diary, Lucy Stone, Elizabeth Blackwell, Emily Blackwell, women's suffrage, suffragettes, women's movement, women's rights
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