The Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress

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

Collection Items

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
SUFFRAGE
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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,…
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