Format Photos, Prints, Drawings
Contributors Edmonston, Washington, D.C.
Dates 1914
Location United States
Wisconsin
Language English
Subjects Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (U.S.)
James, Ada Lois
Photographs
Suffrage
Suffragists
United States
Wisconsin
Women
Title
Miss Ada James of Wisconsin is one of the prominent members of the Advisory Council of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Miss James was formerly President of the Political Equality League of Wisconsin. Her prominence in that State where her father has been a well known member of the State Legislature, has enabled her to contribute greatly to the strength of the Congressional Union in that section of the country.
Contributor Names
Edmonston, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
Created / Published
[ca. 1914-1916 Mar. 4]
Subject Headings
-  James, Ada Lois, 1876-1952
-  Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (U.S.)
-  Women--Suffrage--Wisconsin
-  Suffragists--United States--1910-1920
-  Photographs
-  United States -- Wisconsin
Genre
Photographs
Notes
-  Summary: Formal portrait, head and shoulders, Ada L. James of Wisconsin, facing right with head turned slightly toward camera, wearing high-necked, sheer-collared dress with lace pattern on bodice.
-  Title and name and address of photographer transcribed from image.
-  A second caption on the verso of the image reads: "Miss Ada James, Richland Center, Wis., Member of the Advisory Council of Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage."
-  Cropped version of the photograph published in The Suffragist, 4, no. 10 (Mar. 4, 1916): 9, and The Suffragist, 7, no. 24 (June 21, 1919): 8.
Medium
1 photograph: print; 4 x 6 in.
Call Number
Location: National Woman's Party Records, Group I, Container I:152, Folder: James, Ada Lois
Source Collection
Records of the National Woman's Party
Repository
Manuscript Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mnwp.152016


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