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Women--Suffrage

 Subject
Subject Source: Fast

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Johns Hopkins University collection of African American political activism

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0848
Abstract

The Johns Hopkins University collection of African American political activism in the United States consists of broadsides, photographs, and newspaper clippings that were primarily created around the time of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements between the 1950s and 1970s.

Dates: 1861 - 2004

Johns Hopkins University collection of games and toys

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0843
Abstract

The Johns Hopkins University collection of vintage games and toys is an artificially assembled collection of materials purchased and selected by the curators of Special Collections. It spans from 1796 to 2020.

Dates: 1796 - 2021

"Some use their heads, others their feet" poster, circa 1913

 File — Box 19: [Barcode: 31151034395628], Folder: 1
Scope and Contents This poster consists of an original hand-drawn cartoon by cartoonist Ray Evans, circa 1913. The top half of the drawing depicts two women from the shoulders up holding up papers which read, "Sound Reasons Why Women Should Vote" and "Equal Suffrage Arguments." The bottom half depicts women's feet marching next to a sign reading, "To Washington." Pencilled above the image is the caption "Some use their heads," with the rest of the caption, "others their feet," pencilled below the rest of the...
Dates: circa 1913

U.S. Political Equity Association "Votes for Women" berry bowl, 1913

 Item — Box 15: [Barcode: 31151034401152]
Scope and Contents

Mrs Alva Belmont, Newport RI socialite and mother of Consuelo Vanderbilt, commissioned white china dinnerware, decorated with the legend 'Votes for Women' printed in blue, from the English pottery firm, John Maddox and Sons of Burslem. The china was probably made for the Council of Great Women Conference that took place in 1913 in conjunction with the opening of a new Chinese Tea House on Belmont’s estate at Marble House.

Dates: 1913