• Lucretia Mott.

    Lucretia Mott.

    • Contributor: F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia, Pa.
    • Original Format: Photos, Prints, Drawings
    • Date: 1870-00-00
  • Mother Sexton

    Mother Sexton

    • Contributor: G. W. Davis, Washington, D.C., and Richmond, Va.
    • Original Format: Photos, Prints, Drawings
    • Date: 1870-00-00
  • Visionaries --                        Women of Protest: Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's Party

    Visionaries -- Women of Protest: Photo...

    Lucy Burns (1879-1966) Lucy Burns was a versatile and pivotal figure within the National Woman's Party (NWP). With distinctive flame-red hair that matched her personality and convictions, she was often characterized as a charmer and a firebrand–and the crucial support behind her friend Alice Paul's higher-profile leadership. [Detail] Lucy Burns, Vice Chairman Congressional Union, 1913. Clinedinst Studio. Born in Brooklyn, New York, to an ...

    • Date: 1879
  • Mary McCook, First Suffrage leader in Colorado and wife of Gov. McCook - first territorial governor of Colorado

    Mary McCook, First Suffrage leader in Colorado and wife of Go...

    • Original Format: Photos, Prints, Drawings
    • Date: 1870-00-00
  • Lobbyists --                        Women of Protest: Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's Party

    Lobbyists -- Women of Protest: Photogr...

    Abby Scott Baker (1871-1944) Abby Scott Baker, of Washington, D.C., came from a multi-generational military family. She was one of Alice Paul's earliest associates and helped Paul and Burns plan their first major event–the March 3, 1913, national suffrage parade on the eve of Woodrow Wilson's inauguration. She served as treasurer of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (CU) in 1914 and quickly became ...

    • Date: 1871
  • Propagandist --                        Women of Protest: Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's Party

    Propagandist -- Women of Protest: Phot...

    Nina Allender (1872-1957) Born Nina Evans in Auburn, Kansas, Allender was the daughter of a superintendent of schools. She received formal training in art and studied at the Corcoran School of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She was an instrumental propagandist for the suffrage movement and the key artist on the staff of the NWP's publication, The Suffragist. Nina E. Allender, ...

    • Date: 1872
  • Frances E. Willard

    Frances E. Willard

    • Contributor: Veeder Photographic Studio, Albany, N.Y.
    • Original Format: Photos, Prints, Drawings
    • Date: 1875-00-00