Politics

Voting Rights March: 1916

Voting Rights March: 1916

Women's suffrage movement march on the Capitol at Washington, D.C., 1916. Harris & Ewing, photographer. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Stylin' Suffragette: 1908

Stylin' Suffragette: 1908

Comedic film, theater and vaudeville actress, and suffragette Trixie Friganza, decending steps wearing large hat and suffrage movement sash, New York City, 1908. Bain News Service, publisher. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Anti-Woman Suffrage Group: 1911

Anti-Woman Suffrage Group: 1911

Men looking at information posted in the window of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage (NAOWS) headquarters. The NAOWS, led by Josephine Dodge, believed that women's suffrage would hurt women’s ability to work and decrease their ability to effect societal reforms. Harris & Ewing photo probably taken in 1911 in New York City. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Suffragette Speaking: 1908

Suffragette Speaking: 1908

Suffragette Trixie Friganza, born Delia O’Callaghan, speaking in support of women's suffrage in New York City, 1908. Friganza was a singer who starred in musical comedies and had her own feature act in vaudeville theater. Bain News Service, publisher. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Roosters for Alabamans: 1919

Roosters for Alabamans: 1919

Roosters being presented to Alabama citizens at the White House, 1919. The man in the center of the photo has a rooster on a serving tray, talking to President Woodrow Wilson. Harris & Ewing, photographer. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Corsets, Furs, Shirts, Dresses & Hats: early 1900s

Corsets, Furs, Shirts, Dresses & Hats: early 1900s

Busy Union Square scene showing signs for political movements for and against Tammany Hall (Acorn Musee and Committee of 100), pianos, an art parlor, corsets, furs, dresses, shirts, and hats.

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