Votes for Women Pin

Votes for Women Pin

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Enameled pin worn by supporters of woman suffrage.
"Votes for Women" was one of the most popular and recognizable slogans used by members of the woman’s suffrage movement. Purple, white, and yellow were the colors of the National Woman’s Party founded in 1913 by Alice Paul.
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Object Name
pin, bar
date made
ca 1910
place made
United States: District of Columbia
Physical Description
bronze (overall material)
enamelled (overall production method/technique)
purple (overall color)
yellow (overall color)
white (overall color)
overall: 10 mm x 35 mm; 13/32 in x 1 3/8 in
ID Number
catalog number
accession number
Credit Line
Library of Congress
Women's Suffrage
Women's Rights
See more items in
Political and Military History: Political History, Womens History/Reform Movements Collection
Government, Politics, and Reform
Woman Suffrage
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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