Suffrage - Marching in 1912

Suffrage - Marching in 1912 Civil Rights American History Social Studies

In early May, of 1912, women supporting their right to vote marched in New York City.  The Library of Congress, which maintains this photo, describes it with these words:

Youngest parader in New York City suffragist parade

Photograph shows women lining up for parade; woman in front leading with baby and carriage; women, dressed in white and wearing sashes "Votes for women" carrying flags and banner.

The parade took place on May 4, 1912.

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Media Credits

The original copyright on this photograph, by the American Press Association, has expired due to passage of time.  Image online, courtesy Library of Congress.  LoC Reproduction Number:  LC-USZC4-5585



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