Women's Suffrage in Pictures
Women's Suffrage Activists
Pictures of key women who helped to win the vote.
Susan B. Anthony Pictures
Pictures of Susan B. Anthony, woman suffrage pioneer.
Alice Stone Blackwell Pictures
Pictures of Alice Stone Blackwell, feminist and editor.
Lucretia Mott Pictures
Pictures of Lucretia Mott, Quaker anti-slavery activist and women's rights activist.
Alice Paul Pictures
Pictures of Alice Paul, leader of the woman suffrage movement in the early 20th century and proponent of the Equal Rights Amendment.
Jeannette Rankin Photos
A gallery of photos of Jeannette Rankin, a feminist and women's suffrage advocate also known for voting against entry into both World War I and World War II.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Picture Gallery
Pictures of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, women's rights advocate.
Lucy Stone Pictures
Pictures of Lucy Stone, activist.
A collection of images of Sojourner Truth, abolitionist and women's rights advocate of the 19th century.
Images of Victoria Woodhull, 19th century feminist and free love advocate.
Cartoons Make Fun of Women
Making fun of feminists is nothing new. Cartoons were used in the 19th and 20th centuries to mock women who worked for women's rights or who exercised power.
California Voter - 1913
California Woman Annie Marshall Reid Rolph - wife of San Francisco mayor - casts a vote, probably in 1911, the year California women won the vote.
Headquarters of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage
The movement against women's suffrage was also organized. This photo is from about 1915.
Jailed for Freedom
National Woman's Party 1917 pin commemorating suffragists who were "jailed for freedom," arrested for demonstrating outside the White House.
National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage
The NAOWS organized to work against efforts to win the vote for women.
Suffrage March - New York City 1913
Women march for the vote in New York in 1913.
Woman Suffrage Demonstration in Pictures
On March 3, 1913, the National American Woman Suffrage Association - NAWSA - sponsored a woman suffrage parade and demonstration in Washington, DC, to coordinate with the arrival of Woodrow Wilson for his presidential inauguration. Here are some contemporary photographs of that landmark women's suffrage event.