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Historic Suffrage Parade May 7, 2022 

Historic Suffrage Parade May 7, 2022 

YOU ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN A ONCE ONLY RE-ENACTMENT PARADE FOR WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE IN KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE.  Our request is that you put a group together to join us in this parade.  It is very easy to participate and a historical event.    Suffrage 102...

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A Special Welcome to Our Official Historian 

A Special Welcome to Our Official Historian 

We are so pleased to announce that Dr. Carole Bucy has come on board as Official Historian of the Suffrage Coalition.  Dr. Bucy has researched and written extensively on the Suffrage movement, especially in Tennessee.  As a professor, a writer and community servant...

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Votes for Women” Rolling Pin

SOLD ON NOV 17, 2010 FOR: $6,871.25 Fantastic "Votes for Women" Rolling Pin. This novelty item may reasonably be considered a Holy Grail for women's suffrage collectors. We are aware of only one other example in the hobby and none have previously been offered at...

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Large and Graphic Broadside

Large and Graphic Broadside

Large and Graphic Broadside. 19" x 25" poster on orange paper, inscribed: "Woman's Interests Home Children Morals Business Give Women The Vote That they may help secure laws which will protect these interests, and officials who will enforce the laws." Issued by the...

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Ain’t I a Woman: Sojourner Truth

Ain’t I a Woman: Sojourner Truth

Isabella Baumfree, also known as Sojourner Truth (1797-1883), was born into slavery, sold at the age of nine and endured humilation, hardship and abuse for more than four decades. Her activism in women’s issues made her a hero. In 1851, she delivered her...

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Pro and Con: Assorted Slogan Buttons and More

Pro and Con: Assorted Slogan Buttons and More

SOLD ON AUG 26, 2018 FOR: $2,750.00 Group of eleven woman's suffrage buttons, ranging in size from .75" to 1.25". Includes an 1.5" button promoting Oklahoma statehood. Condition varies, but the majority are in very good shape. Description written by Heritage Auctions...

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Rare Parade Dress & Sash

Rare Parade Dress & Sash

SOLD ON DEC 3, 2016 FOR: $6,875.00 Made of beige linen, with a diagonal sash in classic Suffrage movement colors. Excellent condition and ready for display. Interestingly, this sash is double-sided, presumably so the message could run across the back of the dress...

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“Celebrating” Woman’s Day

“Celebrating” Woman’s Day

Today is March 8th. Around the globe, the world is celebrating what has been designated as "International Women's Day," tying it back to labor protests for women around the globe. The actual "celebration" has been whitewashed an blurred from its beginnings, hoping...

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For the love of children

For the love of children

Mary McLeod Bethune, (1875 – 1955), was born to Samuel and Patsy McLeod, emancipated slaves, in the summer of 1875 near Maysville, South Carolina. She was the fifteenth child of the 17 McLeod children. Her parents were able to obtain five acres of land where she...

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Double-Length Parade Sash

Double-Length Parade Sash

SOLD ON SEP 15, 2020 FOR: $4,750.00 Double-Length Parade Sash. 4" tall grosgrain sash (one side 25" in length, the other 22" in length), bunched up in the middle, each side inscribed "Votes For Women". Light overall aging . The colors have faded somewhat...

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Graphic and Colorful Crepe Paper Poster

Graphic and Colorful Crepe Paper Poster

SOLD ON OCT 21, 2017 FOR: $5,750.00 Woman's Suffrage: Graphic and Colorful Crepe Paper Poster. 17 1/2" x 20 1/2" crepe paper poster printed in blue and gold. It depicts a sunrise and is inscribed "Votes For Women 1915 Empire State". Some minor surface...

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Votes for Women Pennant.

Votes for Women Pennant.

SOLD ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2020for $9,375 Woman's Suffrage: Large Graphic Votes for Women Pennant. One of the best designed felt pennants from the era. Measuring 29" in length, made by Langrock Bros. Co., N.Y., and is titled "Women's Political Union Votes For Women"....

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Are Women People?

Are Women People?

Alice Duer Miller (1874-1942) wrote a woman suffrage column for the New York Tribune in 1915 and 1917 called “Are Women People?”  She took on issues and men who criticize women for wanting to vote and work. Click on the link to read some of her columns....

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State of Missouri Ballot Measure Badge

State of Missouri Ballot Measure Badge

SOLD ON AUG 26, 2018 FOR: $7,500.00 Woman's Suffrage: Unbelievable State of Missouri Ballot Measure Badge. Truly wonderful 1.25" button picturing a "Votes For Women" flag with ten stars, inscribed "Missouri Next Amendment No. 13". It hangs from a black on yellow...

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We Believe Betsy Ross

We Believe Betsy Ross

In March 1870, William Canby, the grandson of seamstress Betsy Ross submitted a paper to the Pennsylvania Historical Society recounting a secret meeting by Continental Congress representatives – George Washington, Robert Morris...

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