Photos, Prints, Drawings Miss Anna McCue is one of the organizers of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. She began work as a child in the hosiery mills in Kensington, Philadelphia and worked in the Kensington factories until 22 years old when she became an organizer for the Congressional Union. Since that time she has been one of the most powerful speakers in the work for the national suffrage amendment, making a very effective appeal because of her intimate acquaintance with the hardships involved in the life of the wage earning woman.
Photos, Prints, Drawings
Jacobs, Boston Blk., Seattle
Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (U.S.)
National Woman's Party
- Miss Anna McCue is one of the organizers of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. She began work as a child in the hosiery mills in Kensington, Philadelphia and worked in the Kensington factories until 22 years old when she became an organizer for the Congressional Union. Since that time she has been one of the most powerful speakers in the work for the national suffrage amendment, making a very effective appeal because of her intimate acquaintance with the hardships involved in the life of the wage earning woman.
- Contributor Names
- Jacobs, Boston Blk., Seattle (Photographer)
- Created / Published
- [ca. 1910-1916]
- Subject Headings
- - National Woman's Party
- - Suffragists--United States--1910-1920
- - Women--Suffrage--Pennsylvania
- - McCue, Anna
- - Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (U.S.)
- - Photographs
- - United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
- - Summary: Head and shoulders portrait of Anna McCue, facing camera, with bar brooch.
- - Title and information transcribed from item.
- 1 photograph: print; 4 x 6 in.
- Call Number
- Location: National Woman's Party Records, Group I, Container I:154, Folder: McCue, Anna
- Source Collection
- Records of the National Woman's Party
- Manuscript Division
- Digital Id
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