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1917 NY WOMEN VOTERS
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A 1917 article from VOGUE MAGAZINE declared:

"Last year New York State carried its Woman Suffrage Amendment by a majority of one hundred thousand. The Suffrage Party, instead of turning its headquarters to a tea room or a new Tammany Hall, decided to remain in existence, for educational purposes only, until it was assured that each new voter knew who she was, and what she was going to do about it."

The problem of educating the feminine voter has as little to do with the telephone directory as it has with the Social Register. For the average addition to the voter's lists, strange as it may seem, is quite below the financial level recognized by the switchboard operator..."

There is no doubt about it: women really did rock the vote, click here to read about it.

     


The New York Suffrage Amendment Advances the Ball (Vogue Magazine, 1917)

The New York Suffrage Amendment Advances the Ball (Vogue Magazine, 1917)

The New York Suffrage Amendment Advances the Ball (Vogue Magazine, 1917)

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