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WOMEN'S RIGHTS, 1909. Election Day! A suffragette leaving two infant children in the care of her husband as she prepares to go out. American cartoon by E.W. Gustin, 1909, satirizing the womens suffrage movement Featured Women's Movement Print

WOMEN'S RIGHTS, 1909. Election Day! A suffragette leaving two infant children in the care of her husband as she prepares to go out. American cartoon by E.W. Gustin, 1909, satirizing the womens suffrage movement

WOMEN'S RIGHTS, 1909.
'Election Day! A suffragette leaving two infant children in the care of her husband as she prepares to go out. American cartoon by E.W. Gustin, 1909, satirizing the women's suffrage movement

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BIRTH CONTROL RULING, 1965. Estelle Griswold, left, of New Haven, Connecticut, reading a newspaper account of the U.S. Supreme Courts ruling in her case, Griswold v. Connecticut, 7 June 1965, that the state law under which she had been convicted for distributing contraceptives was unconstitutional Featured Women's Movement Print

BIRTH CONTROL RULING, 1965. Estelle Griswold, left, of New Haven, Connecticut, reading a newspaper account of the U.S. Supreme Courts ruling in her case, Griswold v. Connecticut, 7 June 1965, that the state law under which she had been convicted for distributing contraceptives was unconstitutional

BIRTH CONTROL RULING, 1965.
Estelle Griswold, left, of New Haven, Connecticut, reading a newspaper account of the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in her case, Griswold v. Connecticut, 7 June 1965, that the state law under which she had been convicted for distributing contraceptives was unconstitutional

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NATIONAL WOMEN'S PARTY. Alice Paul with officers of the National Womens Party, holding a banner with a quote by Susan B. Anthony in front of their Washington, D.C. headquarters, 1920s. Pictured are Sue White, Mrs. Benigna Green Kalb, Mrs. James Rector, Mary Dubrow and Elizabeth Kalb Featured Women's Movement Print

NATIONAL WOMEN'S PARTY. Alice Paul with officers of the National Womens Party, holding a banner with a quote by Susan B. Anthony in front of their Washington, D.C. headquarters, 1920s. Pictured are Sue White, Mrs. Benigna Green Kalb, Mrs. James Rector, Mary Dubrow and Elizabeth Kalb

NATIONAL WOMEN'S PARTY.
Alice Paul with officers of the National Women's Party, holding a banner with a quote by Susan B. Anthony in front of their Washington, D.C. headquarters, 1920s. Pictured are Sue White, Mrs. Benigna Green Kalb, Mrs. James Rector, Mary Dubrow and Elizabeth Kalb

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