[Detail] Suffragettes procession after release from prison.
Miller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911 presents the scrapbooks of Elizabeth Smith Miller and her daughter Anne Fitzhugh Miller which document their work in the woman’s suffrage movement. Included are materials documenting their work with the Geneva Political Equity Club and on the movement to bring the vote to women. The seven scrapbooks included in the collection include articles, pins, ribbons and other memorabilia the Millers collected.
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