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Votes for women: official organ of Washington Equal Suffrage Association

Periodical, published in a newspaper format, "Votes for Women," Volume 1 #11, December 1910, published by the Washington Equal Rights Suffrage Association, Seattle, Wa., continued by the title "New Citizen" Cartoon style illustration on front cover, titled "Uncle Sam's Newest Girl Baby - He Has Five Daughters Now" shows Uncle Sam proudly holding out a "Baby Washington" to three admiring women (identified as Mrs. Arkwright Hutton, Mrs. Geo. A. Smith, and Mrs. Mackay) who were active in the suffrage movement. The December 1910 issue of Votes for Women was the first issue published after women in Washington State obtained the right to vote.

Details

Creation Date: Dec. 1910

Catalog ID: 2000.104.38.14

Call Number: PER/VOTES Votes for Women

Object Types: periodical, newspaper

Dimensions: height 13.75 in Note: 8 pages. width 10.5 in

Related Subjects: suffrage, voting, women, equal rights, Washington Equal Suffrage Association, Seattle, WA, New Citizen, Uncle Sam