Harris & Ewing. "Woman Suffrage, Advertising Parade." 1913. Harris & Ewing Collection. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division.
"Inez Milholland Boissevain, wearing white cape, seated on white horse at the National American Woman Suffrage Association parade," March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C. Bain News Service. 913. George Grantham Bain Collection. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division.
Rea Irvin, "We Want Our Rights." (1913). Originally published in Life, v. 61, no. 1582 (February 20). Art Wood Collection of Caricature and Cartoon. Library of Congress.
Votes for Women Postcard. National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company Incorporated (1915). National Museum of American History,
WSPU leaders Annie Kenney (left) and Christabel Pankhurst (right). Kaldari. Wikimedia Commons. 1 June 2018.
Ehrhart, S. D. (1909) Shall Women Vote? / Ehrhart., 1909. N.Y.: Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann, Puck Building. Library of Congress prints and Photographs Division.
Harris & Ewing, photographer. (1911) National Anti-Suffrage Association. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of Massachusetts. (1915) The Anti-Suffrage Rose: Song. [Boston: Women's Anti-Suffrage Association, ©] [Notated Music]. Library of Congress.
Currier & Ives. (1869) The Age of Brass. Or the Triumphs of Woman's Rights., 1869. [New York: Currier & Ives]. Library of Congress.
“Suffragettes, 1910's - Film 19738.” Huntley Film Archives. YouTube.
“Nov 18, 1910 - Suffragette Riot in Westminster, London.” Guy Jones. YouTube. December 1, 2018.
“1911-1913: Views of the 'Suffragette Days' in London.” Guy Jones. YouTube. April 11, 2016.
"UK Suffragettes in HD, 1910s Protest March, Votes for Women." Kinolibrary Archive Film Collections. YouTube. February 6, 2018.
Miller, A (Director). (1912). "A Suffragette in Spite of Himself." Edison Company. Neal Caren. YouTube.
Edwards, G. C., Burkhart, M. V. & Cobb, W. D.:. L. (1912) Since my Margaret become a suffragette. [Audio]. Library of Congress.
Caution: This song contains material that may be offensive to some listeners.
Hawn, Z. S.:. C. & Victor Military Band: Musical Group. (1914) Fall in Line. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,
Wingate, J. (1921) The Woman Suffrage Blues. [New York City: Knickerbocker Harmony Studios, ©] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress.
"Creating a Female Political Culture"—National Women's History Museum (US)
"The League of Women Voters: The Legacy of Suffrage"—Special Collections & Archives, University of Baltimore
"Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote"—National Archives (US)
“Rights for Women: The Suffrage Movement and its Leaders,”—National Women's History Museum (US)
"Shall Not Be Denied: Women Fight for the Vote"—The Library of Congress (US)
"Standing Up for Change"—National Women's History Museum (US)
"Women's Suffrage"—National Museum of Australia
Mark Lause. March of the Women. YouTube. 2010.
Dame Ethel Smyth wrote the March of the Women (1911) for the Women's Social and Political Union, the leading organization of the suffragists in Britain.The graphics are in the public domain, and the performance is that of the Rainbow Chorus from May 2009.
Songs of the Suffragettes - a collection of songs sung by Elisabeth Knight (1958)
Sufferin'Till Suffrage - Etta James performed on the 1998 Schoolhouse Rocks the Vote album.
A 2012 adaptation of Lady Gaga's Bad Romance for Women's Suffrage (Inspired by Alice Paul)
Suffragette -Best Movie Soundtrack in (2015) -Theme Song
"Time's up" a Modern Suffragettes Song (2018) produced by John Caldwell & Kalie Shorr , video by Todd Cassetty/Quinton Cook/Helena Capps
WNYC Studios, 27: The Most Perfect Album | Dolly Parton | 19th Amendment (MUSIC VIDEO). YouTube. September 17, 2018.
Suffragette is a 2015 drama on women's suffrage in the United Kingdom.
Starring: Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Brendan Gleeson
Director: Sarah Gavron
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