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Women's History Month

Interesting information on women's history, here at the library and out on the web.

Suffrage Parade in NYC, 1913

Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library. (1913). Suffrage parade in New York City. Retrieved from NYPL Digital Collections

Archival Materials Online

The women's suffrage movement has a long and varied history in the US and abroad. Through archival collections of papers, pamphlets, ephemera and images, you can explore the time and context of the movement as it happened one hundred years ago.

The resources listed below were first collected in:

Graham, A., & Dolton, P. F. (2014). Women's Suffrage Movement. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 54(2), 31-36. (Read this article here; off-campus use requires log in using your myStevens username and password.)

Image Collections

Art and Picture Collection, The New York Public Library. (191-). To a suffragette valentine. Retrieved from NYPL Digital Collections.