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Looking for a picture of Dr. Rebecca Rogers George, a doctor and suffragist from early 1900's in Indiana, please. Thank you. DKT HARRIET NOBLE picture(s) request. Looking for pictures of Harriet Noble, Indianapolis, IN, daughter of General Lazarus Noble. She was a professor at Butler University, Indianapolis. Many thanks. HARRIET NOBLE picture(s) request. Looking for pictures of Harriet Noble, Indianapolis, IN, daughter of General Lazarus Noble. She was a professor at Butler University, Indianapolis. Many thanks. There is some question about Illinois being the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment on June 10, 1919. Wisconsin followed the Illinois vote by one hour and Michigan voted to ratify later that day. But the Illinois... The Manuscript Division has recently released the Anna E Dickinson papers (https://www.loc.gov/collections/anna-e-dickinson-papers/about-this-collection/), documenting the life and career of the 19th century lecturer,... The Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress has released the digital edition of the Carrie Chapman Catt Papers. The collection consists of approximately 9,500 items (11,851 images), most of which were digitized... What information does the National Archives have on the suffrage movement? Looking for primary sources on early women's voting rights before the 19th Amendment? New Digital Collection: Carrie Chapman C... Where is the original 19th Amendment now and can we see it at the new exhibit? @Fifteen women and 15 men identifying themselves as "colored" and from UnionTown in Washington DC signed a petition for women's suffrage in 1877. Fredrick Douglass Jr was the first petitioner. I am conduct... I'm interested especially in online resources. Can you point me in the right direction, please? The National Archives Museum's newest exhibit "Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote" will open May 10, 2019! Check out the Museum's website: https://museum.archives.gov/rightfully-hers For add... If the Presidential Election of 1920 was the first following the ratification of the 19th Amendment, how many women voted in it? What states allowed women to vote before the passage of the 19th Amendment? I forgot to add that I a doing the groundwork for a new article on the topic. If anyone knows of original source material tucked away in an archive (already working with the state archives), please let me know! Are these terms interchangeable? I know I've seen both, but I can't help but think "Smurfette" when I see the second one. Are there any states that never ratified the 19th Amendment?