Inez Milholland Collection
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Inez Milholland was a vibrant New York attorney and prominent suffrage leader, who died in Los Angeles of pernicious anemia on November 25, 1916, while campaigning for women's right to vote.
The Last Campaign of Inez Milholland, Suffrage Martyr Selections from The Suffragist, 1916 Edited with an Introduction by Robert P.J. Cooney, Jr. Author of "Winning the Vote: The Triumph of the American Woman Suffrage Movement"
Using Inez Milholland's own words, the book presents intimate first-person articles, speeches, and emotional memorials that appeared in issues of The Suffragist, the weekly publication of the National Woman's Party. Remembering Inez also includes the classic speech Inez delivered during her final speaking tour in 1916.
The book features 24 photographs of Inez and her times from the Library of briefly outlines Inez's life and summarizes her importance in the struggle for equal rights. She came to symbolize the unrelenting commitment that finally won Votes for Women nationally in 1920. For more information about this remarkable woman, visit www.RememberingInez.com, www.InezMilhollandCentennial.com, andwww.InezMilholland.org. 96 pages 6 x 9" Trade Paperback 24 photographs
Inez Milholland Poster 18"x24"
Inez Milholland Forward Into Light DVD
This short documentary tells the story of American icon, Inez Milholland who broke convetion with her striking conscience advocating for gender equality, pacifism, racial justice, unions and free speech in the early Twentieth Century. . Her last public sentence, "President Wilson, how long must women wait for liberty?" 15 minutes
Pin Portrait with the words "Honor Inez Milholland Suffrage Martyr"
Purple, gold and white 2 1/4" celluloid button with pin and hook on the back.
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