Archival Collection

Listen to a 101-year-old Clarion Call for Women’s Suffrage Preserved in Shellac

Gertrude Foster Brown, New York Public Records Archives & Preservation via Andy Lanset, WNYC, May 8, 2016

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Radio/Audio

At this link, New York public radio station WNYC‘s Andy Lanset elucidates on remarks recorded for Pathé by Gertrude Foster Brown, one of the paragon’s of the New York suffrage […] Read More

Archival Collection

Poster: The Women’s Hour Has Struck – 1916

Winning 1916 slogan and poster after nationwide competition

Era: Suffrage Era | Media: Newspapers, Posters

NAWSA, gearing up again for the new campaign, was in need of a fresh slogan. ‘Woman Suffrage Is Bound to Come’ had outlived its usefulness. A twenty-five dollar prize would […] Read More

Primary Source

Nellie Bly with the Female Suffragists – Washington DC Convention of 1896

The New York World, 26 January 1896, p. 4; January 27, 1896, p. 10; February 2, 1896 p. 10;

Era: Post-Suffrage Era, Suffrage Era | Media: Newspapers, Sketches

Bly covered the 1896 suffrage convention in Washington, D.C., and in typical fashion, had her own take on the proceedings, including enough “Fashion Don’t” critique for its to be highlighted […] Read More