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Mary Winsor (Penn.) '17 [holding Suffrage Prisoners banner]
Mary Winsor of Pennsylvania and Her Dedication to the National Woman's Party in 1917
Mary Winsor of Pennsylvania was a devoted supporter of the National Woman's Party in 1917. She was the founder and president of the Limited Suffrage Society and was sentenced to 60 days at the Occoquan Workhouse for picketing. Learn more about her incredible dedication and legacy.
Procession Summer 1913. Delegation Coming in from Hyattsville to present petition from all parts of the U.S
Uncovering History: A Look at the 1913 Procession from Hyattsville to DC
Take a look back in time to the summer of 1913 with this photo from the Library of Congress. It shows a procession from Hyattsville to DC to present a petition to Congress.
Picketing the White House at Wilson's second inauguration, March 4, 1917
The Women Picketing the White House on March 4th, 1917: Demanding Women's Right to Vote
On March 4th, 1917, the National Women's Party picketed the East Wing of the White House to demand the right to vote. Learn more about this historic moment in women's rights history.

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