Primary Source

Virtual Archive: Tennessee and Passage of the 19th Amendment

"Women's Suffrage: Tennessee and the Passage of the 19th Amendment." Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Cartoons, Curated Photos/Ephemera, Government Document, Radio/Audio, Web-based

The Tennessee State Library and Archives put together an online archival resource that documents the state’s pivotal role in passing the 19th Amendment, which ended the exclusion of women from […] Read More

Archival Collection

British National Archives: Documents and Multimedia on Suffrage

"Suffrage 100 - The fight for the female vote." 2018.

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Film, Government Document, Theatre, Web-based

To mark the 100th anniversary of British women of property winning the right to vote, and the 90th anniversary of all women getting to vote in Britain, the National Archives […] Read More

Secondary Source

A Special SuffrageandtheMedia Report: How the Media Covered the New York State Suffrage Centennial

Alex Kane. "How the Media Covered New York's Suffrage Centennial." February 12, 2018.

Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Book Reviews, Book-Non-Fiction, Magazines, Newspapers, Panel Discussion, Theatre, Video

February 12, 2018 By ALEX KANE   On November 6, 1917, New Yorkers voted to give women the right to participate in elections. It was a milestone for the national […] Read More

Secondary Source

Cosmopolitan: 50 Top Moments of Feminism, in Pictures

Olivia Blair. "50 moments that defined feminism, in pictures." Cosmopolitan. February 6, 2018.

Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Web-based

To mark the centennial of the British decision to grant women of property the right to vote, Cosmopolitan magazine put together a resource marking highlights of feminism over the past […] Read More

Archival Collection

Cambridge’s Collection of Suffragist Posters

University of Cambridge. February 2018.

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Posters

In February 2018, the University of Cambridge’s library launched an exhibit dedicated to showing off posters used in the British campaign for suffrage in the early 20th century. These posters aimed […] Read More

Secondary Source

Documentary on Inez Milholland: “Forward Into Light”

Martha Wheelock. "Forward Into Light." National Women’s History Project and Wild West Women, Inc. 2016.

Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Film, Video, Web-based

This fifteen-minute documentary tells the story of Inez Milholland, an important player in the suffrage movement, as well as a death penalty abolitionist and advocate for the poor. Along with […] Read More