The Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress: http://www.loc.gov

Items in the The Library of Congress Collection

Abraham Lincoln
"I go for all the sharing the privileges of the government who assist in bearing its burdens, by no means excluding women." - Abraham Lincoln

George William Curtis: 1897
"Men are not wise enough, nor generous enough, nor pure enough to legislate fairly for women." - George William Curtis

Lucretia Mott: 1897
"Let woman then go on, not asking favours, but claiming as right, the removal of all hindrances to her elevation in the scale of being." - Lucretia Mott

Men, who love the Freedom
"Men, who love the Freedom which your Fathers won for You, Pay your Debt by Winning Freedom for your Daughters."

Wendell Phillips: 1897
"The moment you give woman power (the ballot) that moment men will see to it that she has the way cleared for her." - Wendell Phillips

Sojourner Truth
[Image: Sojourner Truth is sitting facing the camera. She is wearing a dark dress, white collar, white cap and white shawl. She has knitting in her hands. There are flowers and a book on the table to her left. Her left elbow is resting on the…

VOTES FOR WOMEN
WOMAN SUFFRAGE HEADQUARTERS: W.S.H.
WOMAN
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505 FIFTH AVE.
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I Do Not Have All the Rights I Want
[Image: A block of text listing many of the rights sought by the Suffrage Movement. The first word, "I," is an ornately decorated dropcap. The postcard reads: "I do not have all the rights I want. I want the right to close the mines and mills against…

Votes for Women
[Image: A yellow postcard featuring a fashionable woman sporting a banner with the words "Votes for Women."] Color; Print
A transcript of the message, written by Mrs. Mary T. Lewis Garnett to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, follows: "It's fine -- admirably…

Miss Rhoda Palmer
[Image: A photograph of Rhoda Palmer seated in a rocking chair. The text below the image reads: "Miss Rhoda Palmer, Born 1815. One of the five living signers of the Declaration of Sentiments at the first Woman Suffrage Convention, Seneca Falls,…