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Anita Pollitzer, Alice Paul, 1923

Anita Pollitzer, Alice Paul, 1923


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Anita Pollitzer, Alice Paul, 1923

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1923 Alice Paul American Culture Cemetery Civil Rights Death Equal Opportunity Grave Grief Looking Down Loss Mature Women Mourning Period Costume Reformer Sadness Sepia Toned Suffrage Movement Suffragette Susan B Anthony Tombstone Two People Western Script Young Women Place Of Burial


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In this poignant print from 1923, we witness a moment of profound sadness and grief. Standing in a cemetery, two young women, Anita Pollitzer and Alice Paul, are captured in full length as they look down with somber expressions. Dressed in period costumes that reflect the era's reformist spirit, these mature suffragettes mourn the loss of a significant figure within the suffrage movement. The sepia-toned image evokes both nostalgia and reverence for those who fought tirelessly for civil rights and equal opportunity. The focus on the foreground draws our attention to a tombstone adorned with Western script, perhaps belonging to one of their fallen comrades like Susan B. Anthony or another influential figure. As they stand beneath an old tree that symbolizes growth and resilience, we can almost feel the weight of their sorrow. This photograph captures not only their personal loss but also represents a larger collective mourning for all those who dedicated themselves to advancing women's rights. Taken outdoors amidst nature's beauty yet surrounded by reminders of mortality, this image serves as a powerful reminder of how far American culture has come since then. It stands as a testament to the sacrifices made by brave individuals like Pollitzer and Paul who paved the way for future generations seeking justice and equality.

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