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National League of Women Voters hold up signs reading, 'VOTE', Sept. 17, 1924. Millions of women voted in 1920 and 1924, but in a lower proportion than men.
The face of a young strong African woman on yellow background. Concept of fighting for equality and female empowerment movement. Vector horizontal banner.
American woman votes, ca. 1920. The 1920 election was the first time all American female citizens over 21 were able to vote for a U.S. President.
Strong girls different nationalities and cultures stand together near the big letters of the word VOTE. Women activists are calling for votes. Voting and Election concept. Pre-election campaign.
An abstract vector illustration of two African American women in profile view on a yellow isolated background for Women's Equality Day
An abstract vector illustration of three African American women in profile view on a teal color isolated background for Women's Equality Day on a brown brushstroke
Smiling young women waving flags from the top of an open vehicle in a New York City parade. Ca. 1910-1915.
Three women's suffragists casting votes in New York City, ca. 1917
National Women's Party demonstration in front of the White House in 1918. The banner protests Wilson's failure to support women's suffrage.
Strong girls different nationalities and cultures stand together and raise up posters with word VOTE. Women activists are calling for votes. Voting and Election concept. Pre-election campaign.
Crowd of women's suffrage supporters demonstrating with signs reading, 'Wilson Against Women,' in Chicago on October 20, 1916. Wilson withheld his support for Votes of Women until 1918.
EV1812 - Suffragettes in San Francisco, 1915.
Two Strong girls are putting paper ballot in box. Women activists are calling for votes. Voting and Election concept. Pre-election campaign.
Woman Suffrage Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Belle Sherwin, President, National League of Women Voters (A); Judge Florence E. Allen is holding the flag; and Mrs. Malcolm McBride (C). 1912.
Women suffragists cover a billboard to advertise their Washington, D.C. parade. Nation-wide demonstrations were held in May 1914 to support the Federal Amendment enfranchising women.
The Suffrage Hike of 1912 from Manhattan to Albany was staged to bring attention to issue of women's suffrage. Women suffrage hikers Jessie Stubbs, General Rosalie Jones, and Colonel Ida Craft.
Feminism, diversity protest. Women holding blank placards and banners taking part in parade. Social activism. Diversity, women's right, movement, democracy. Vector illustration. EPS 10.
Women's Suffrage envoys from many states brought petitions to Congress. Five thousand women massed on and about the East Steps of the Capitol singing Ethel Smyth's HYMN OF THE WOMEN. May 9, 1914.
Woman VS Woman. We Can Do It. Iconic woman's fist/symbol of female power and industry. cartoon woman with can do attitude.
  Pop art sexy strong african and white girls with empty speech bubble. American symbol of female power, woman rights, protest, feminism. Vector bright background in retro comic style.
Woman Suffrage demonstration with banners at the U.S. Capitol in 1917. View of Procession ascending Capitol steps.
Women Suffragettes holding placards with political activist slogans in 1920. Signs read: Know Your Courts-Study Our Politicians; Liberty in Law; Law Makers Must Not Be Law Breakers; Character in Candi
Crowd of women's suffrage supporters demonstrating with signs reading, 'Wilson Against Women,' in Chicago on October 20, 1916. Wilson withheld his support for Votes of Women until 1918.
Nashville, TN - Sep. 19, 2017: Tennessee Woman Suffrage Monument in Centennial Park, Nashville, TN. Commemorates Nashville's largest women's suffrage rally.
Suffragist from the Women's Political Union, c, 1917,
Men looking in the window of the National Anti-Suffrage Association headquarters, National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage was active at the state and national. Ca. 1911.
Rosie The Riveter Vector Art, Feminist Illustration
Des Moines, Iowa USA. First day of early voting in Iowa saw modern day suffragettes leading a march to the polls. October 8, 2018.
Group of happy smiling women of different race together. Flat style illustration isolated on white. Feminism diversity tolerance girl power concept.
Pasadena, California/USA-December 31, 2019: Women prepare to march behind Rose Parade float to kick off 2020 Centennial  tribute to suffragists
Women identified as Mrs. Suffern, is surrounded by a crowd of men and boys, while she holds a home-made banner in women suffragist parade 'Help us to win the vote.' 1914.
Society women gather signatures on petition for woman's suffrage in the fashionable Sherry's restaurant, New York City. Illustration on the cover of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 3, 1894.
Women's suffrage activists protest Woodrow Wilson's failure to support a constitutional amendment for votes for Women. 1918.
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LONDON/UK- JUNE 10th 2018: Two women dressed in historic outfits and carrying VOTES FOR WOMEN banners, attend the folk festival in barking, east London, to celebrate 100yrs of female suffrage.
Republican Convention in Chicago, June 1920. In the background, a National Women's Party banner reads, 'Why does the Republican Party Block suffrage? We do not want planks. We demand the 36th state.'
SUFFRAGE WOMEN
Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA - July 27, 2019: Women celebrating the 150th year anniversary of the right to vote in Cheyenne Frontier Days parade. The Wyoming Territory was the first to allow women to vote.
Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906), American women's rights pioneer in 1870s.
Three suffragettes demonstrate in New York City to promote Suffrage Hike of 1912 from Manhattan to Albany and distribute their VOTES FOR WOMEN PILGRIM leaflets.
Woman suffrage in Wyoming Territory- women voting at the polls in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Nov 24, 1888
Governor Emmett D. Boyle of Nevada signing resolution for ratification of Nineteenth Amendment to Constitution of U.S. as a group of suffragists watch.
Washington D.C., The USA  - 26 August 1936: US historical envelope: cover with cachet Anniversary woman suffrage Susan B. Anthony, postage stamp three cents, cancellation
Illustration of a Group of People Carrying Election Related Placards
We Can Do It. Iconic woman's fist/symbol of female power and industry. cartoon woman with can do attitude.
Smiling women suffragists hand out literature to advertise the 1913 parade in New York City.
National Women's Party demonstration with a bonfire in front of the White House in 1918. The banner questions Wilson's commitment to democracy for his failure to support women's suffrage.
Women's Suffrage hikers who took part in the walk from New York City to Washington, D.C. to join the National American Woman Suffrage Association parade of March 3, 1913.
Women Suffrage,the right to vote postal stamp was issued in 1970. The stamp shows suffragettes,1920,and women voters.
Cover of program for the National American Women's Suffrage Association procession, a woman, in elaborate attire, with cape, blowing long horn, with U.S. Capitol, Washington D.C., 3/3/1913.
The test of civilization is its estimate of women
UNITED STATES CIRCA 1999 : Canceled USA. postage stamp showing an image of Rosie The Riveter commemorating the American woman who worked in factories during the World War II, circa 1999.
old votes for women poster
Bastille Day spells prison for sixteen suffragettes who picketed the White House. July 19, 1917
Close up Red WOMENS RIGHTS Text at the Center of Word Tag Cloud on White Background.
Women's equality day
Alva E. Belmont (1853-1933), wealthy socialite, activist for women's suffrage in Britain and the United States. With Alice Paul, founded the National Woman's Party, president from 1917-1933. Ca. 1924.
Members of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage holding brushes in front of billboard advertisement for the procession to Congress on May 9th, 1914 advocate National Woman Suffrage Amendment.
'Women of Colorado, you have the vote' Anti-Wilson billboard urging opposition to the Democratic Party for their oppsition to equality for women. Denver, Colorado 1916

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LONDON, UK - 4 DECEMBER 2018: A statue of the English suffragist and union leader Millicent Fawcett, an early feminist campaigner for women's suffrage.
Unidentifiable woman holding board, placard encouraging women to vote. Isolated on white.
Men and women witness as Colorado governor, Oliver H. Shoup, signs a ratification document for the 19th amendment granting woman's suffrage. Dec. 12, 1919.
Women's suffrage activists protest the U.S. Senate's failure to pass the federal woman suffrage amendment in 1918.
Strong women different nationalities and cultures stand together on the Earth and raise up blank poster. Vector concept of the female's empowerment movement and Environment conservation
LONDON, UK - CIRCA JUNE 2018: Women suffrage at 100. Women march across London to the Parliament Square to celebrate the centenary of female voting.
USA - CIRCA 1970: A stamp printed in United States of America commemorating the 50th anniversary of women's suffrage, circa 1970
Women's Rights National Historical Park statues
Victoria Claflin Woodhull, (1838-1927), first female candidate for President, addressing a Congressional committee on women's suffrage, 1872.
Rose and a chalk drawn female sign on a blackboard, concept of  women's day,  rights and feminism, copy space
Edinburgh, Scotland, August 8.14.18. Edinburgh Fringe event explores & celebrates the suffrage movement which resulted in votes for women.
a young woman with a voter in the voting booth. voting in a democracy
Info-text graphic - suffrage
Suffragists Catherine Flanagan (left) and Madeleine Watson (right) of the militant National Woman's Party being arrested as they picket the White House East Gate.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902), important leader of the 19th century women's rights movement in the United States. Portrait ca. 1890.
LONDON, UK - CIRCA JUNE 2018: Women suffrage at 100. Women march across London to the Parliament Square to celebrate the centenary of female voting. in black and white
We Can Do It poster. Pop art sexy strong girl. Classical american symbol of female power
A diverse group of women cast their votes in an american election.
Emmeline Pankhurst  with a suffragette banner, political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement
Magazine cover commemorating the final ratification of the 19th amendment granting women the right to vote. LIFE magazine, June 28, 1920.
Victoria Woodhull, notorious radical feminist attempted to vote in 1871.
Policeman leads an arrested National Woman's Party protestor away from a woman's suffrage bonfire demonstration at the White House in 1918.
Editable 36 gender icons for web and mobile. Set of gender included icons line Toilet, Woman, Equalizer, Couple, Restrooms, Woman suffrage, Boy, Girl, Wc, Equality on white background
USA - CIRCA 1970: A Stamp printed in USA devoted to 50th anniv. of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the vote, circa 1970
A black woman embraces her friend and they look to each other. Concept of fighting for equality and female empowerment movement. Vector illustration
Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906), in 1890s.
Rose and a chalk drawn female sign with earth globe on a blackboard, concept of  women's day,  rights and feminism, copy space
Womens Suffrage parade on the day before Woodrow Wilsons inauguration, March 3, 1913. Crowds blocked uncleared streets, but most women finished the parade. Others were harassed by hostile spectators
Bicycle. Beverly Bayard & Lorline Davis with bikes, ca. 1920
Bahrain Podium Woman Politician Speech
1859 print satirizing the 9th Women Rights Convention. Crowd drowned out the speeches of Antoinette Brown Blackwell, Caroline Dall, Lucretia Mott and Ernestine Rose. Harper's weekly, June 11, 1859.
American women at voting booths in their local polling place.
A room full women and a few men witness Governor Frederick Gardner signing Missouri's ratification of the 19th Amendment. Missouri was the 11th state of the required 36 to ratify. January 6, 1920.
We Can Do It. Iconic woman's fist/symbol of female power and industry. cartoon black woman with can do attitude.
Vector black flat woman power symbol isolated on white background
Women's Political Union campaigning in the summer of 1914 for passage of New York State women's suffrage amendment. They offered free baby-sitting to fairgoers at Suffolk County Fair on Long Island.
Two suffragettes posting a billboard in New York City, c, 1917,
Rose and a chalk drawn female sign with earth globe on a blackboard, text Women's Day  all over the World, concept of feminism
Pasadena, California/USA-December 31, 2019: Women's Suffrage Centennial Float displays inspirational banners at 2020 Rose Parade
National Woman's Party suffrage protestor, Jessie Benton MacKaye, burns a speech by President Wilson at Lafayette Statue in Washington, D.C. September 16, 1918.
We Can Do It. Iconic woman's fist/symbol of female power and industry. Modern design inspired by classic american poster.
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