Manuscript/Mixed Material Political Equality Club Banners and photograph
About this Item
- Political Equality Club Banners and photograph
- Created / Published
- [April 24, 1911]
- Subject Headings
- - Miller, Anne Fitzhugh (1856-1912)
- - Miller, Elizabeth Smith (1822 -1911)
- - Geneva (New York) Political Equality Club
- - Gilman, Charlotte Perkins (1860-1935)
- - photograph
- - Geneva (N.Y.) Political Equality Club
- - Rose, Miss Christine
- - suffrage parade
- - parades & processions
- - suffrage banner
- - Beecher, Katharine (1885-1979)
- - Buckley, Misses
- - architects, women
- - Clippings
- - Photographs
- - Describes and shows two suffrage banners created by the Geneva Political Equality Club for the May 6th suffrage parade in New York City. One honoring women architects was designed by Katharine Stetson, Charlotte Perkins Gilman's daughter, and executed by Christine Rose; the other to honor the pioneer Elizabeth Smith Miller, was designed by Anne Fitzhugh Miller and executed by Misses Buckley.
- - Katharine Stetson was misidentified as Elizabeth in this clipping.
- clipping and photograph
- Call Number/Physical Location
- JK1881 .N357 sec. XVI, no. 3-9 NAWSA Coll
- series: Miller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911; Scrapbook 9 (1910-1911)
- Source Collection
- Miller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911
- Rare Book And Special Collections Division
- Digital Id
- Online Format
- online text
- Miller Nawsa Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897 to 1911: Miller Nawsa Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897 to 1911; Scrapbook 9 (1910 to 1911) (237)
- Miller Nawsa Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897 to 1911 (1,808)
- National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection (1,935)
- Rare Book and Special Collections Division (23,201)
- American Memory (502,124)
- Architects, Women
- Beecher, Katharine
- Buckley, Misses
- Geneva (N.Y.) Political Equality Club
- Geneva (New York) Political Equality Club
- Gilman, Charlotte Perkins
- Miller, Anne Fitzhugh
- Miller, Elizabeth Smith
- Parades & Processions
- Rose, Miss Christine
- Suffrage Banner
- Suffrage Parade
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