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Miss Eleanor B. Arrison
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Informal, full-length portrait of Eleanor B. Arrison, in hat and shawl, standing with dog in front of a small building, plastered with posters showing a large "V" for Victory and the word "INVEST," presumably selling Liberty Loan bonds. The dog has a ribbon and sign around its neck with the words "Please Buy."
Nina B Lamkin
Title and information transcribed from item. Verso of image is labeled "Equal Rights." Summary: Head-and-shoulders portrait of Nina B. Lamkin, facing right.
C. M. Hayes & Co., Detroit (Photographer)
Mrs. R. B. Quay
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Informal photograph of Agnes H. Morey (front) and another unidentified woman (rear), both in street clothes and hats, approaching a landscaped building, smiling. Cropped version of the photograph published in The Suffragist, 8, no. 1 (Feb. 20, 1920): 17, (among illustrations for story "Woman's Liberty Drive") and The Suffragist, 8, no. 5 (June 1920): n.p. Mrs. Agnes H. Morey of Brookline, Mass., was sentenced to 30 days at District Jail and Occoquan Workhouse in connection with picketing Nov. 10, 1917. She was chairman of the Massachusetts Branch of the NWP, which she helped to found, and a member of the NWP Advisory Council. She participated in the "Suffrage Special" speaking tour of 1916, and was a gifted speakers and organizer. Doris Stevens: Jailed for Freedom (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1920), 365.
Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
Susan B Anthony
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton reading while seated at table.
Edmonston, Washington, D.C. (Photographer)
Mrs. Morris B. Mead
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of Mrs. Morris B. Mead (Left) of South Orange, N.J., and Miss Agnes F. Campbell (Right), organizer, tying suffrage banner ("We Demand An Amendment to the United States Constitution") onto the back of the roadster owned by Alison Turnbull Hopkins, as the automobile is parked outside New Jersey Congressional Union branch headquarters. The women are helping prepare for an auto tour of New Jersey raising support for the CU. Banner reads in part: "We Demand An Amendment".
Isabella B. Hooker
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Informal portrait, full-length, seated outside on chairs, Isabella Beecher Hooker, wearing dress, shawl, and cap, holding piece of paper in right hand and looking over at John Hooker, seated to her right, with legs crossed, wearing suit and tie, with book in his lap and looking out into the distance. A fringed rug covers the grounds under their chairs. Also from verso: "Ida L. Turner from Isabella Beecher Hooker, Chicago, May 1, 1893"; "Amelia Hines Walker from Alma Turner Phelps, the daughter of Ida L. Turner, 1947. Presented to N.W.P."; "Isabella, ardent suffragist."
Miss Alice B. Henkle
Title transcribed from image. Summary: Formal portrait, head and shoulders, Kate M. Gordon, president of Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference, wearing dark, open-collared dress. A note on the verso of the image reads: "Kindly return to Virginia Arnold, 5 [?] Eilers Bldg."
Mrs. Margaret B. Laird
Title transcribed from image. Summary: Informal portrait, half-length, Elsie M. Hill, taken outdoors on picket line, wearing wide-brimmed hat with fur trim, coat, fur stole, and tricolor (purple, white, gold) sash. Elsie Hill, of Norwalk, Conn., was the daughter of Congressman Ebenezer J. Hill of Connecticut. She was a graduate of Vassar College and taught French in a District of Columbia high school. She was a member of the executive committee of the Congressional Union, 1914-15, and later national organizer for the NWP. She was sentenced August 1918 to 15 days in District Jail for speaking at Lafayette Square meeting; in February 1919, she was sentenced to 8 days in Boston for participation in the "welcome" demonstration of President Woodrow Wilson. Source: Doris Stevens, Jailed for Freedom (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1920), 361.

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