A mural of the men whose photos appear yearbook style in THE SUFFRAGENTS: How Women Used Men to Get the Vote . Click to see it in its full glory.
And the article in the Atlanta Constitution of 3 December 1911 (p. 2), from whence came the great slogan-ized phrase, passive voice and all. The entire quote lauded the men who “had come forward and unhesitatingly proclaimed their views,” not as politicians or courters of public opinion but as men “who seem impelled by the duty of a just cause.” Another click:
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Upcoming events: March 4: Westchester County League of Women Voters. March 10: Keynote, Joint Journalism & Communications Historians Conference, New York City. April 15: Nassau County and Farmingdale-Bethpage historical societies at the Farmingdale Public Library.
The Suffragents in the news: Reviews of the book . . . Notices and articles about the Suffragents . . . Brooke’s articles in various publications . . . Brooke’s “Summer Camp Newsletters,” the logs posted real-time over more than three months of Suffragents launch events . . . and the Suffragents on Facebook.