This collection contains primary sources in the Women's History@UNM exhibit
Suffragists from the National Woman’s Party made smaller versions of the banner used on the 1913 parade’s first float. These "Great Demand" banners were used in demonstrations and rallies and at suffrage headquarters. Marie Gilmer Louthan carried…
Honorary Entertainment; Eighty-Fifth Anniversary of Miss Susan B. Anthony, by Woman's Club of Albuquerque, February 15, 1905
Library of Congress photo, approximately 1911? Photograph shows men looking at material posted in the window of the National Anti-Suffrage Association headquarters; sign in window reads "Headquarters National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage".
An address delivered by Daniel De Leon under the auspices of the Socialist Women of Greater New York, Mary Papelsky, Presiding, Cooper Union, May 8, 1909.
A letter from Julia D. Brown (Asplund) written on Drexel Institute letterhead, dated June 15, 1903, which reads: "Mr. J.H. Wroth, Albuquerque, N.M. Dear Sir: Your letter informing me of my election has been received. I will accept the position…
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