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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of National Woman's Party council members sitting in a half-circle under a tree. L-R: Dora Ogle, Mrs. J.D. Wilkinson, Dora Lewis, Lavinia Egan, Edith Ainge, Alice Paul, Martha Souder, Florence Boeckel, Edith Hooker (Nev.) National Photo Co. (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Alice Paul, Elizabeth Kalb, and two other women sitting and working around a table at National Woman's Party headquarters, Washington, D.C. Harris & Ewing (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Alice Paul shaking Mildred Bryan's hand at Garden of the Gods. H.L. Standley, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Photographer)
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Alice Haines Title and information transcribed from item. Summary: Informal portrait, full-length, Alice Haines, facing forward, standing outdoors in front of building and holding a tricolor NWP banner and wearing a plaid skirt and long-sleeved sailor top.  
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item, with additional information derived by Library of Congress staff. Summary: Map of the United States showing tour of Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Image of Alice Paul in lower left-hand corner. Captioned "Call to Women Voters to Assemble in Chicago June 5, 6, 7 to Launch A National Woman's Party." The same version of the map without Alice Paul's face was published in The Suffragist, 5, no. 54 (Jan. 10, 1917): 5.  
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of (left to right) Alice Paul (far left), Sue White, Florence Boeckel, Anita Pollitzer (center, holding hat), Mary Winsor, Sophie Meredith, and Mrs. Richard Wainwright (far right) of the National Woman's Party standing on front steps in front of building. National Photo Co., Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Anita Pollitzer (L, standing) and Alice Paul (R, kneeling) at the grave of Susan B. Anthony. Text on verso: Kneeling, Miss Alice Paul, vice president of National Woman's Party, and Miss Anita Pollitzer, national secretary, laying a tribute of flowers on the grave of Susan B. Anthony at Mount Hope cemetery, Rochester. Edmonston, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of National Woman's Party members and Alice Paul gathered with Governor Cox on steps to a building, with photographers and cameras on tripods in the foreground. W.D. Nice, Ohio State Journal (Photographer)
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Miss Alice Park Title and information transcribed from item. Summary: Informal portrait, head and chest, Alice Park, seated outside, facing slightly to the left, wearing eyeglasses and lace-collared blouse or dress.  
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Alice Paul standing over ratification banner hanging from the balcony of the National Woman's Party headquarters, with members watching outside the building below. Photograph published in The Suffragist, 8, no. 8 (Sept. 1920): n.p. Caption: "Upon the word that Tennessee had ratified, Alice Paul unfurled the Woman's Party ratification banner with its thirty-six victory stars, and from the balcony of the headquarters it proclaims the triumph of the cause for which the Woman's Party was founded--the national enfranchisement of the women of America." National Photo Co., Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Summary: Informal portrait, full-length, Lucy Branham, facing forward, standing in front of a building and holding a sign, "We Demand That The American Government Give Alice Paul A Political Offender, The Privileges Russia Gave Miyukoff." Lucy G. Branham of Baltimore, Md., an organizer for the NWP, was a graduate of Washington College who earned graduate degrees at Johns Hopkins and Columbia. Branham was arrested picketing Sept. 1917 and sentenced to 60 days in Occoquan Workhouse and District Jail. She was a speaker in the "Prison Special" tour of Feb-Mar 1919. Source: Doris Stevens, Jailed for Freedom (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1920), 355. Title derived by Library of Congress staff. Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Alice Paul emerging from National Woman's Party headquarters holding banner, followed by Dora Lewis (with no banner). Unidentified women stand with a banner in doorway of building. Banner Paul carries reads: "The Time Has Come to Conquer or Submit, For Us There Is But One Choice. [I] Have Made It. President Wilson." Paul is leading picket line from headquarters to the White House. Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Image of exterior of prison hospital. Photograph published in The Suffragist, 7, no. 1 (Feb. 1, 1919): 6. Harris & Ewing (Photographer)
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Miss Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Postcard image of women and girls wearing suffrage sashes riding on a "Votes for Women" float pulled on street by horses, American flag on the back of the float. Postcard addressed to: Miss Alice Paul, 1420 F St. N.W., Washington, D.C., Headquarters Congressional Union. Postmarked April 14, 1914. Message on verso of item: "Letter concerning May demonstration received. I am doing everything possible to make it a success in Vineland. Cannot send representative but will forward resolutions from Bridgeton, Millville, and V. Fine speaker engaged for all three plans. Am heartily in sympathy with the Union's methods. Cordially, Caroline Barnes Wilson, 523 Landis Av., Vineland, N.J."  
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Alice Paul Summary: Photograph of Alice Paul, seated at desk, in profile, speaking on telephone. Title derived by Library of Congress staff. Date derived from June calendar visible on desktop in image. Photograph published in The Suffragist, 3, no. 52 (Dec. 25, 1915): 6. Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of two women sitting outside on stone bench under palm trees.  
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Alice Paul and English feminists seated and standing in room, (left to right, seated) Alice Paul, Elizabeth Robins, Viscountess Rhondda, Dr. Louisa Martindale, Mrs. Virginia Crawford, Dorothy Evans, (standing), Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, Alison Neilans, Florence Underwood, Miss Barry. London News Agency Photos (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of National Woman's Party council members gathered around a table. Left to right: Anita Pollitzer, Florence Bayard Hilles, Margaret Whittemore, Dr. Caroline Spencer, Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley, Elizabeth Kent, Maud Younger, Mabel Vernon, Mrs. Richard Wainwright, Alice Paul, Edith Hooker. Harris & Ewing (Photographer)
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Alice Paul Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Doris Stevens and Alice Paul in a room with other women. Also on verso: La Srta. Doris Stevens, presidenta de la Comision Interamericana de Mujeres, firmande el Informe sobre la Nacionalidad redactad o por el Comite Consultivo creado por la Sociedad de Naciones. La ceremonia tuvo lugar en la Secretaria de la Sociedad de Naciones. Centro, sentada, la Srta. Stevens. Parada a su lado, la Srta. Alice Paul, presidenta del Comite sobre Nacionadlidad de la Comision Interamericana de Mujeres.  
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Miss Alice Paul Title and information transcribed from item. Summary: Studio portrait of Alice Paul in linen dress, seated in rocking chair, window background. Alice Paul of Moorestown, New Jersey, was appointed chairman of the Congressional Committee of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1913, and went on to head the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage and the NWP. She served six prison terms for woman suffrage, including three in England and three in the United States. She was sentenced to seven months in October 1917 for picketing and served five weeks before being released on account of her condition from hunger striking. In August 1918 she was sentenced to 10 days for participation in Lafayette Square meeting, and in January 1919, to five days for lighting a watchfire. Source: Doris Stevens, Jailed for Freedom (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1920), 366. Image printed in The Suffragist, 3, no. 52 (Dec. 25, 1915), 6. Captioned: "Miss Alice Paul." Edmonston, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)