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M9 Box 229 Womans Journal and Suffrage News Oct 23 1915 Blanche Ames cartoon rsz.jpg
Political cartoon by Blanche Ames Ames from Woman's Journal and Suffrage News, Vol. 46, No. 43, October 23, 1915.

M9 Box 229 Womans Journal and Suffrage News May 22 1915_B Ames cartoon rsz.jpg
Political cartoon by B. Ames (Blanche Ames Ames) from Woman's Journal and Suffrage News, Vol. 46, No. 21, May 22, 1915.Uncle Sam prunes a tree marked "Liberty" growing in a pot marked "Equality." The tree blossoms into a map of the United States.…

HV 5235_V5A58_1900 Virginia Anti-Saloon League rsz.jpg
Handbill showing a bottle of alcohol. The bottle's label depicts a boy in short pants with a snake coiled around his body, The label reads "Fluid Extract of Hell. GUARANTEED TO KILL BOYS." Written on the bottle itself are statistics attributed to the…

M 9 B 48 NAWSA War Service_Americanization Campaign letter rsz.jpg
Letter fro Grace H. Bagley to district organizations of the NAWSA, announcing a forthcoming Americanization campaign as an act of war service. Header: War Service of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Department of…

M 86 Box 1 League of Nations p1 rsz.jpg
An informative pamphlet created by Mrs. George Bass, Chairman of the Woman's Bureau Democratic National Committee for the woman voter. This pamphlet outlines twelve informative facts about the League of Nations. "There are 81,000 reasons why the…

Baylor Univ Libraries_How are you going to wet your whistle when the whole darn world goes dry.jpg
Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page in blue, white and red with a drawing of a man with a drink and an empty bar by R. S Complete score available from Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections.

M 9 Box 48 Home Defense cover rsz.jpg
This booklet by Carrie Chapman Catt likens suffrage to patriotism. According to Catt, the United States "is engaged in two wars, one with an enemy in Europe and one with an enemy at home. Many an American family is left behind without a voter to…

M 9 Box 48 School of education for citizenship p1 rsz.jpg
This pamphlet written by Carrier Chapman Catt, Director of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, is advertising for a school of education for citizenship in Chicago. As described by Catt, "the aim of the school is to train women, already…

M 9 Box 48 War Aims cover rsz.jpg
"War Aims: War Messages to The American People" was written by Carrie Chapman Catt and provides a critical analysis of the United States' failure to give women the right to vote while other countries have far surpassed America in this regard. "Give…

M 9 B 48_Bulletin No 8_Immigration Committee_Chamber of Commerce USA_3_1_1917 rsz.jpg
One in a serial publication of the Immigration Committeee of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. This bulletin encourages local Chambers of Commerce and the industries of the country to render national service by celebrating July…

M 9 Box 48 ESL weekly program Richmond p1 rsz.jpg
This program announces the topics and speakers for the Equal Suffrage League of Richmond's weekly meetings between Thursday, January 8, 1914 and Thursday, April 2, 1914. Topics for these weekly meetings include "Woman Suffrage and Organized…

M 9 Box 103 Begin at Beginning foldover rsz.jpg
Pamphlet advocating for compulsory kindergarten as a means to Americanization. Written by Philander Priestly Claxton, former United States Commissioner of Education, and David Starr Jordan, Chancellor Emeritus, Leland Stanford Junior University.

M 9 Box 98 Cooperative Education Assoc of Va Annual Report_1922 rsz.jpg
The Cooperative Education Association was organized in 1904 to advocate for public education reform in Virginia. In 1910 Mary-Cooke Branch Munford became president of the Cooperative Education Association. She served in this role until 1925.Motto on…

M 9 Box 98 Cooperative Education Assoc of Va_Constitution_and_ByLaws p1 rsz.jpg
Pamphlet explaining how to organize a Community League as a branch of the Cooperative Education Association of Virginia. Includes instruction and tip for conducting an initial organizational meeting, and the Associations Constitution and By-Laws.…

M 86 Box 1 Committee on Women in Industry034 rsz.jpg
A report from the Committee on Women in Industry of the Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense.  These standards include recommendations on tenement house work, child labor, protection of mothers, wages, hours, seats, extra heavy and…

M1977 _P75S57 1962 Sit-in Songs CORE cover rsz.jpg
Songs recorded by participants in CORE's Freedom Highways project in the summer of 1962. The project was designed to open chain restaurants along major federal highways to all persons. Vinyl LP and songbook. Dauntless DM 4301, a division of Audio…

M 86 Box 1 Wages of Saleswomen p1 rsz.jpg
This pamphlet by the Consumers' League is an analysis of the 1907-1910 Bureau of Labor report on the condition of woman and child wage earners in the United States. Specifically, this pamphlet looks into the 391 girls who worked in New York City's…

M 86 Box 1 Do You Know Where Your Clothes Are Washed cover038 rsz.jpg
Do You Know Where Your Clothes Are Washed? A Bulletin on Laundry Conditions in New York City. Issued by The Consumers' League of the City of New York. This bulletin addresses the physical conditions, hours, and wages of laundries in New York…

M 86 Box 1 Industrial Evils p1 rsz.jpg
Title printed across interior pages, "A Resume of the Work of the Consumers' League of the City of New York from January 1, 1914 to October 1, 1914"A pamphlet detailing the work and investigatory and legislative impact of the Consumers' League of the…

Valentine_VirginiaHome for Incurables_cook593 rsz.jpg
In 1894, Mary Tinsley Greenhow, who as a teenager was paralyzed during a horse riding accident, founded the Virginia Home for Incurables. Disabled Richmonders needing life-long care lived at the home near Capitol Square. In 1898, the home moved to W.…

Valentine_Richmond Male Orphan Soc_Cook rsz.jpg
Boys standing outside the Richmond Male Orphan Society at Amelia and Meadow Streets, Richmond, Va. The Richmond Male Orphan Society began in 1846 when the director of the Female Humane Association was approached by a homeless boy begging for coins.…

Valentine_BethanyHome_Cook Collection rsz.jpg
Lucy and J. R. F. Burroughs founded the Bethany Home for Friendless Children in 1894. The childless couple established the orphanage on their 165-acre farm, located near Bon Air in Chesterfield County. Incorporated in 1898, Bethany Home had no…

M 9 Box 111 Letter to K W Barrett from C Coolidge 10_23_1924 rsz.jpg
Letter from President Coolidge to Kate Waller Barrett regarding the Florence Crittenton Mission which managed homes for unwed mothers and prostitutes.

Beth Ahabah_Neighborhood House Confirmation Program 1932 2p cover rsz.jpg
Confirmation Services program from the Council Religious Schools, Richmond Section Council of Jewish Women; Sir Moses Montefiore Congregation.
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