Women who engineered suffrage Congress victory
Group of lobbyists of the National Woman’s Party and Senator Jones of Washington. These women conducted a six-year fight for the Federal suffrage amendment. From left to right: Mrs William Kent, Mrs Richard Wainwright, Senator Jones, Miss Maud Younger, and Mrs Abby Scott Baker.
Members of the Congressional Committee of the National American Women’s Suffrage Association who presented the suffrage bill which was passed by the Senate yesterday. From left to right: Miss Mabel Willard, of Massachusetts; Mrs Edmund Post, of Kentucky; Mrs Helen Gardener of this city; Mrs Maud Wood Park, of Massachusetts; Mrs Lewis Walker, of New Jersey; Miss Marjorie Shuler, of New York, and Mrs Caroline Reilly, of Illinois.
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Publication: The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
Publication date: June 05, 1919