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Fri Mar 21 17:11:45 2014 UTClccn-n20030323090.23Iron jawed angels0.231.00Scrapbook, 1910-1919 (inclusive)46135067Lucy_Burnsn 20030323096052034lccn-no95059273Ormond, Juliaactlccn-no2001014583HBO Filmslccn-n83169411Huston, Anjelicaactlccn-no00036700O'Connor, Frances1967-actviaf-161941988Funck, Hansflmlccn-no2005038776Friedes, Jenniferauslccn-no91013561HBO Video (Firm)np-hell, reinholdHell, Reinholdcmplccn-no2003034945Klimek, Johnny1962-cmplccn-no2008035301Martindale, Margo1951-actBurns, Lucy1879-1966PeriodicalsBurns, Lucy,Paul, Alice,SuffragistsWomen--SuffrageUnited StatesPolitical scienceNational Woman's PartyWomen's rightsSuffrageCatt, Carrie Chapman,Shaw, Anna Howard,Anthony, Susan B.--(Susan Brownell),Blackwell, Alice Stone,Blatch, Harriot Stanton,Kelley, Florence,Gilman, Charlotte Perkins,Great BritainFuller, Margaret,Stanton, Elizabeth Cady,Harper, Ida Husted,Howe, Julia Ward,Dennett, Mary Ware,AnarchismWomen--EducationJohnson, Adelaide,Havel, HippolyteNational American Woman Suffrage AssociationSocialist Party (U.S.)O'Neill, Eugene,Middle East--PalestineDamrosch, Walter,Holt, Hamilton,Strong, Anna Louise,Brown, Olympia,Woodhull, Victoria C.--(Victoria Claflin),Anthony, Lucy ElminaWilliam Penn CollegeKansasColby, Clara Dorothy Bewick,Butler, Nicholas Murray,Barnard CollegeFeministsMott, Lucretia,Women clergyFabian Society (Great Britain)Dickerman, Marion,ReligionMount Holyoke Female SeminaryHurst, Fannie,Connecticut187919661998200220042006206491571ocn232117195serial0.81The Suffragist publication of the Congressional Union for Woman SuffragePeriodicals20495ocn055128950visu20040.23Iron jawed angelsHistoryDramaThe dramatized story of Alice Paul and Lucy Burns, leaders of the suffragist women who fought for the passage of the 19th Amendment. They broke from the mainstream women's rights movement to create a more activist wing, daring to push the boundaries to secure women's voting rights in 192021ocn062595537book20020.92Iron jawed angelsDramaAlice Paul and Lucy Burns were two defiant suffragist women who fought for the passage of the 19th Amendment. The two activists broke from the mainstream women's rights movement and created a more radical wing, daring to push the boundaries to secure women's voting rights in 1920. In a country dominated by chauvinism, this is no easy fight. Along the way, sacrifices are made: Alice gives up a chance for love, and collegue Inez Mulholland gives up her life12ocn232006933mix1.00Brown, OlympiaHistoryMusicCorrespondence, over 120 sermons, college essays, speeches, articles, photos, and suffrage material, including programs, leaflets, clippings, and the Congressional Record. Includes material on the Federal Suffrage Association of the US, the National Woman Suffrage Association, the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Antioch College, and Victoria C. Woodhull. This collection does not represent the total surviving Olympia Brown papers. Other collections are listed in Women's History Sources (1979)11ocn145428522visu1.00Martin, AnnePortraits of women suffragists from the Anne Henrietta Martin papersPhotographsPortraitsPictorial worksChiefly early-to-mid 20th century copy photographs of studio portraits of various women suffragists, many of whom were prominent in the movement. Includes some original snapshots of prominent individuals taken in Brighton, England, in 1910. Some original photographic portraits also present12ocn232007968book1.00AnonymousScrapbook probably kept by an Alabama woman with clippings re: woman suffrage movements in the United States (particularly in Alabama), Great Britain, and other parts of the world; also contains Alabama Equal Suffrage Association report, 1916; issue of Alabama Suffrage Bulletin, 1916; and broadsides re: woman suffrage in Alabama, 191911ocn122557928mix1.00Laidlaw, H. BSeries V, Suffrage and other U.S. issues, includes correspondence, photographs, minutes, financial records, press rleases, bulletins, reports, speeches, fliers, programs, valentines, and printed material concerning Laidlaw's work with the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Men's League for Woman Suffrage, and League of Women Voters. Also included is material on anti-suffrage, prohibition, and labor. Series VI, World War I, consists of correspondence, certificates, and printed material concerning her activities during 1917-1919. Series VII, International organizations and issues, includes correspondence, reports, minutes, press releases, programs, etc., relating to the League of Nations and organizations supporting it11ocn053809356mix0.47SuffragistsHistorySourcesPresents the oral histories of eight women who participated in the woman's suffrage movement in the period from 1890s to final ratification of the suffrage amendment in 1920. Their activities ranged from holding luncheons and tea parties in St. Paul, Minnesota, to organizing campus suffrage clubs at Cornell and, to marching in New York suffrage parades, to soap-boxing on street corners in Boston, to stumping in upstate New York for the Women's Social and Political Union from the back of a car, to participating in the National Women's Party picketing outside the White House, and finally to campaigning for ratification with Carrie Chapman Catt. These life history interviews provide insights into the background and the political beliefs that motivated White middle class women to participate in the suffrage movement, and reveal how their early activism and beliefs impacted their post-suffrage lives and activities. Narrators include: Jessie Haver Butler, Katherine Tolls Chamberlain, Miriam Allen DeFord, May Goldman, Ernestine Hara Kettler, Laura Ellsworth Seiler, Sylvie Thygeson, Eva Marshall Totah11ocn213443230visu19981.00Take up the songDramaA pageant for the 150th anniversary of the Seneca Falls convention, 1848-1998, based on readings of the first 75 years of the Women's Rights Movement. Characters include Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Frances Watkins Harper, Lucy Burns, and Edna St. Vincent MillayFri Mar 21 15:59:21 EDT 2014batch10024