Washingtoniana Gallery: Women's Suffrage Movement

Washingtoniana Gallery: Women's Suffrage Movement

in Washington, D.C., 1913-1917

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Women's Suffrage Movement in Washington, D.C., 1913-1917 (Select an image below for a larger view)

A Viewing stand, flag-draped buildings and large crowd on Pennsylvania Ave. at 15th St. await suffragettes during parade, March 3, 1913, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom Banner asks Vote for Both Men and Women in the District at suffrage parade. 1913-Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom
Head of Suffrage parade, March 3, 1913, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom Suffrage hikers from nearby states come to Washington for 1913 Suffrage parade, Historical Image Collection Parade - SELECT to zoom
1913 Suffrage Parade, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom Suffrage Picketers, 1917, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom
Suffrage pioneers from left to right seated, Anna Howard Shaw, Susan B. Anthony, & Carrie Chapman Catt, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom Suffragette, Mrs Lawrence Lewis, is helped from ambulance after release from jail, 1917 , Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom
Suffragettes march to Lafayette Sq. to protest Pres. Wilson's apathy for a woman's right to vote but defends such rights overseas,1917. Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom Suffragettes marching in Parade, March 3, 1913, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom
Suffragettes picketed the White House daily in 1917 to pressure President Wilson for a woman's suffrage amendment, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom View near 15th Street of packed crowds watching suffrage parade moving down Pennsylvania Avenue from the Capitol, March 3 1913, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom
Alice Paul, founder and key leader of the National Women Party, at NWP's headquarters in 1966, Star Collection, © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom National Womens Party headquarters, Sewall Belmont House, 144 G Street NE, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom


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