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Suffrage] NAWSA.

Woman Suffrage Co-Equal With Man Suffrage.

[Suffrage]. National American Woman Suffrage Association. Handbill: "Woman Suffrage Co-Equal With Man Suffrage." New York: National American Woman Suffrage Association, c. 1913.   
Handbill, 6-3/4 x 10-1/2"; printed on green stock (single-sided); somewhat worn-folded in half with tiny pieces...

Woman Suffrage Co-Equal With Man Suffrage.

Suffrage] New York State and National Democratic Committee.

LETTERS: Correspondence Archive.

Suffrage] O'Sullivan, Mrs. Mary Kenney.

Why the Working Women Needs the Vote.

O'Sullivan, Mrs. Mary Kenney. Why the Working Woman Needs the Vote. New York City: National American Women Suffrage Association, n.d. (ca. 1919).
One leaf, 6 X 7"; printed black on tan; both sides covered; lightly browned; horizontal creases from folding; recto stamped in purple, "Woman...

Suffrage] Palmer, [Bertha Honore]

Addresses and Reports of Mrs. Potter Palmer, President of the Board of Lady Managers, World's Columbian Commission.

[Suffrage]. Palmer, Mrs. Potter [Bertha Honore]. Addresses and Reports of Mrs. Potter Palmer / President of the Board of Lady Mangers, World's Columbian Commission. Chicago: Rand, McNally & Company, 1894.
Large 8vo; 200 pp.; frontispiece portrait of the author and two other plates [the...

Addresses and Reports of Mrs. Potter Palmer, President of the Board of Lady Managers, World’s Columb

Suffrage] Robins, Elizabeth and Franklin H. Wentworth.

Votes for Women.

[Suffrage]. [Robins, Elizabeth and Franklin H. Wentworth]. Leaflet: "Votes for Women." [N.P. but Boston], [N.D. but c. 1910].   
Leaflet - small 4to, 5-3/4 x 9," on glossy off-white stock printed on three sides, fourth side blank; overall wear with some creasing and short edge-tears-about very...

Votes for Women.

Suffrage] Rose, Mrs. E.L.

Address on Woman's Rights…

An Address from the "Queen of the Platform"
[Suffrage]. Rose, Mrs. E. L. An Address of Woman's Rights. Delivered before the people's Sunday meeting, in Cochituate Hall, on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 19th, 1851. Boston: J.P. Mendum, 1851.
Slim 12mo.; some foxing throughout; verso of upper cover...

Suffrage] Royden, A. Maude.

Physical Force and Democracy.

[Suffrage] Royden, A. Maude. Physical Force and Democracy. [London]: The National Union of
Women's Suffrage Societies, 1912.
8vo.; 16 pp.; printed wrappers; staples removed and all held together with modern stitching.
First edition of this scarce work in support of woman suffrage.
Royden was...

Suffrage] Seneca Falls and Rochester.

Niles' National Register. Vol. LXXIV, Philadelphia, October 25, 1848.

The Woman's Rights Conventions at Seneca Falls and Rochester:
Responses from the Press
Reactions in the press to the landmark conventions on Woman's Rights held at Seneca Falls from July 19-20, 1848, and then at Rochester on August 2, 1848, were mixed. According to a study cited by Sally...

Niles’ National Register. Vol. LXXIV, Philadelphia, October 25, 1848.

Suffrage] Seneca Falls.

First Convention Ever Called to Discuss the Civil and Political Rights of Women, The, Seneca Falls, NY, July 19, 20, 1848."

Pamphlet: "The First Convention Ever Called to Discuss the Civil and Political Rights of Women, Seneca Falls, N.Y., July 19, 20, 1848." [NP, ND].
Pamphlet: 5-1/2" x 8-11/16"; 8 pp.; printed self-wrappers (stapled); browning to front and rear; first leaf slightly separated along left edge;...

First Convention Ever Called to Discuss the Civil and Political Rights of Women, The, Seneca Falls,

Suffrage] Seneca Falls.

Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Conventions (Seneca Falls and Rochester).

A Miraculous Survival:
The Seneca Falls and Rochester Proceedings
and Stanton's Address
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In Fine Condition
[Stanton, Elizabeth Cady]. Report of the Woman's Rights Convention, held at Seneca Falls, N.Y., July & August, 1848. Rochester: Printed by John Dick.
Together with:
Proceedings...

Suffrage] Seneca Falls.

New York Observer. Vol. XXVI, No. 32, Whole No. 1317. Saturday, August 5, 1848.

The Woman's Rights Conventions at Seneca Falls and Rochester:
Responses from the Press
Reactions in the press to the landmark conventions on Woman's Rights held at Seneca Falls from July 19-20, 1848, and then at Rochester on August 2, 1848, were mixed. According to a study cited by Sally...

New York Observer. Vol. XXVI, No. 32, Whole No. 1317. Saturday, August 5, 1848.

Suffrage] Seneca Falls. Gage, Matilda Joslyn.

LETTER: ALS to Quimby on the 25th anniversary of Seneca Falls.

MATILDA JOSLYN GAGE
ON THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SENECA FALLS CONVENTION
Gage, Matilda Joslyn. Autograph Letter Signed "Matilda Joslyn Gage" to "Mrs. Ann L. Quimby." Fayetteville, New York. 03/28/1873; one 7 ¾ x 9 ¾ -inch leaf "National Woman Suffrage Association" letterhead; writing on...

LETTER: ALS to Quimby on the 25th anniversary of Seneca Falls.

Suffrage] Seneca Falls. Newburyport Herald.

1848, on the Seneca Falls convention.

Suffrage] Stephangen, Emma, Mary E. Dreier, Anges Nestor, and Rose Schneiderman.

Women Workers Want Vote.

Stephangen, Emma, Mary E. Dreier, Anges Nestor, and Rose Schneiderman.Woman Workers Want Vote. New York City: National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company, n.d.
Broadside, 7 X 10 1/2"; printed black on green stock; edges sunned; horizontal crease from folding.
(#4656442)

Suffrage] Stone, Lucy, ed.

Political Equality Series (23 issues).

Original Run Of Pamphlets Produced By The Coalition-Building
National American Woman Suffrage Association
[Suffrage]. Stone, Lucy, editor. "Political Equality Series"... [National American Woman Suffrage Association: Warren, Ohio, circa 1904-1906].
12mo.; a run of 23 issues of a series of...

Political Equality Series (23 issues).

Suffrage] Stone.

Woman's Rights Documents (15), compiled by Lucy Stone.

Woman's Rights Documents, 1850-1887
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Compiled by Lucy Stone
[Suffrage]. Stone, Lucy, compiler. Woman's Rights Documents 1850-1887 [1890].
8vo.; typescript and manuscript title page; fifteen discrete pamphlets and printed documents bound together (broadsides are tipped-in), several with...

Suffrage] Strachey, Ray.

Cause, The.

Strachey, Ray. The Cause. A short history of the Women's Movement in Great Britain. London: G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., 1928.
8vo.; sixteen illustrations; preliminaries and edges foxed; hinges tender; red cloth, spine stamped in black; light wear; cream printed dust-jacket; extremities nicked;...

Suffrage] The Political District Plan.

Organizing to Win Votes for Women.

[Suffrage]. Organizing to Win by the Political District Plan. A Handbook for Working Suffragists. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Association, n.d. [ca. 1910].
8vo.; wrappers, printed in black with a yellow "Votes for Women" sash across the cover; stapled.  
First edition of this...

Organizing to Win Votes for Women.

Suffrage] Towne, Elizabeth.

Special Votes-for-Women Number. The Nautilus, Vol. XIII, No. 4

[Suffrage]. Towne, Elizabeth. Special Votes-for-Women Number. The Nautilus. Vol. XIII, No. 4. Holyoke, Mass, February, 1911.
Magazine - 6-3/4 x 9-7/8"; 96 pp.; off-white stapled wrappers decorated at the front panel in pale orange, green and tan; wrappers somewhat soiled, else very good.
...

Special Votes-for-Women Number.  The Nautilus, Vol. XIII, No. 4

Suffrage] Tracts of Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association. Hooker, Isabella Beecher.

Mother's Letters to a Daughter on Woman Suffrage, A.

Mother’s Letters to a Daughter on Woman Suffrage, A.

Suffrage] Tracts of Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association. By John Hooker.

Bible and Woman Suffrage, The.

Issued by the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association
[Suffrage]. (Hooker, Isabella Beecher). Annual Meeting of the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association. Held at Hartford, September 9, 1870. Report of the executive committee. Tracts of Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association. No. 5. Hartford:...

Suffrage] WCTU. Willard, Mary H.

Why the W.C.T.U. Seeks the Ballot.

[Suffrage]. Willard, Mary H. Handbill: Why the W.C.T.U. Seeks the Ballot. [N.P. but likely Chicago]: [Women's Christian Temperance Union], [ca. 1880].
Handbill; 6-5/8" x 9-5/16"; double-columns printed on off-white stock; folded once; corners a bit used. Generally very good in a custom-made...

Why the W.C.T.U. Seeks the Ballot.

Suffrage] Wells, Mrs. B. Borrmann.

American and Woman Suffrage.

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Address of Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady. Address of....Delivered at Seneca Falls & Rochester, N. Y., July 19th & August 2nd, 1848. New York: Robert J. Johnston, Printer, 1870.
8vo; 19 pp.; lacks original wrappers; else fine.
First Separate Edition. The facts have been blurred through tell and retelling,...

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Proceedings of Seventh National Woman's Rights Convention.

Proceedings of the Seventh National Woman's Rights Convention, Held in New York City, at the Broadway Tabernacle, on...Nov. 25th and 26th, 1856...Published for the Committee. New York: Edward O. Jenkins, Printer, 1856.
8vo; 91 pp.; lacks original wrappers; disbound; else fine.
First...

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Proceedings of the Ninth National Woman's Rights Convention.

Proceedings of the Ninth National Woman's Rights Convention Held in New York City, Thursday May 12, 1859...With...The Speech of Wendell Phillips...Published for the Convention. Rochester, N. Y.: Steam Press of A. Strong & Co., Democrat and American Office, 1859.
8vo; 20 pp.; lacks original...

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention.

The Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention Held at Worcester, October 23rd & 24th, 1850. Boston: Published by Prentiss & Sawyer, 1851.
8vo; 84 pp.; lacks original wrappers, inconspicuous perforated library stamp on p. 51, 6 small stamped numbers on verso of titlepage; disbound, else fine....

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention.

The Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention, Held at Worcester, October 15th and 16th, 1851. New York: Published for the Committee by Fowlers and Wells, 1852.
8vo; 112 pp.; lacks original wrappers, disbound, else fine.
           
First edition, The second National Woman's Rights...

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention.

Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention, Held at the Unitarian Church, Rochester, N. Y., August 2, 1848, to Consider the Rights of Women, Politically, Religiously and Industrially. Revised by Mrs. Amy Post. New York: Robert J. Johnston, Printer, 1870.
8vo; 16 pp.; lacks original wrappers;...

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Report of the Woman's Rights Convention.

Report of the Woman's Rights Convention Held at Seneca Falls, N. Y., July 19th & 20th, 1848. Rochester [N.Y.]: Printed by John Dick at the North Star Office, 1848.  
8vo; 9 pp.; original wrappers removed, disbound, else fine.
First of three editions of the report of the first woman's rights...

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

Proceedings of the National Women's Rights Convention.

Proceedings of the National Women's Rights Convention, Held at Cleveland, Ohio, on...October 5th, 6th, and 7th, 1853. Cleveland, Gray, Beardsley, Spear, & Co., Printers, Plain Dealer Office, 1854.
8vo; 188 pp.; title and first few leaves a bit frayed; small brown stain upper right corner;...

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

EPHEMERA: Six Original Woodblocks for Suffrage Handbills.

Suffrage] Women's Rights Conventions.

"Women's Rights Convention. Cleveland. Oct. 8th, 1853." Portland Daily Advertiser, Vol. 23, No. 230.

Newspaper Article: "Women's Rights Convention. Cleveland. Oct. 8th, 1853" in Portland Daily Advertiser, Vol. 23., No. 230. Portland [Maine]: Portland Daily Advertiser, Saturday Morning, October 15, 1853.
18-1/4 x 24," folded down to 9-5/8 x 7-1/4," 4 pp.; single issue (article at page 2);...

Suffrage] [Anti-Suffrage]

Why Women Do Not Want the Ballot, vol.1 rev. ed. AND vol. 2

[Suffrage]. Why Women Do Not Want The Ballot, Vol. 1. Rev. Ed. and Vol. 2. [New York:  J.J. O'Brien, c. 1900-1902 and c. 1904].  
Two collections of anti-suffrage literature compiled for the use of anti suffrage associations. The two volumes gather 74 flyers, broadsides, leaflets,...

Why Women Do Not Want the Ballot, vol.1 rev. ed. AND vol. 2

Sulzberger, Iphigene Ochs.

From Iphigene.

From Iphigene.

Szold, Henrietta.

LETTER: TLS to David Umansky, Secretary of the Instructors Organization.

Szold, Henrietta. Typed Letter Signed. Jerusalem, Palestine: To David Umansky, Secretary of the Instructors Organization, 1937, March 31.  
Single sheet: 8-1/4 x 10-1/2," letterhead of The Jewish Agency for Palestine / Central Bureau for the Settlement of German Jews with Dr. Ch[aim] Weizmann,...

LETTER: TLS to David Umansky, Secretary of the Instructors Organization.

Szold, Henrietta.

LETTER: ALS to Judge Mayer Sulzberger, October 23, 1898.

Szold, Henrietta.  Autograph Letter Signed "Henrietta Szold." Baltimore:  To Judge Mayer Sulzberger, October 23, 1898.   
Single sheets:  6 x 9-1/2", 2 pp.; on the letterhead of The Jewish Publication Society of America; written on the first side only of each sheet; folded once lengthwise to...

LETTER: ALS to Judge Mayer Sulzberger, October 23, 1898.

Tacha, Athena.

Oberlin Pamphlets (5).

Tacha, Athena.

Tragic Cats.

Tragic Cats.

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