"Women bring all voters into the world. Let Women Vote."- This pro-suffrage poster from the North Carolina Museum of History's collection, attempted to remind men (who already had the vote) where they came from. - (vintage lady, edwardian, women's rights)
1917 Katherine McCormick, first female biology graduate from MIT and millionaire philanthropist, aligns with Margaret Sanger and smuggles diaphragms into the US. Unlike condoms, diaphragms put control of fertility in women’s hands. Later she funds researc
On October women marched down Fifth Avenue in New York City demanding the right to vote. The march was one of the largest women’s suffrage marches in the United States, and lasted well into the evening.
August 26, 1920: The 19th Amendment goes into effect, giving women the right to vote. "Wake Up America" demonstration, Mrs. Phillip Lydig, Mrs. John Blair, and Miss Charlotte Delgfield, photograph by Underwood & Underwood, April 19, 1917, NYHS Image #71461.