Controversial Women’s Suffrage Political Banner in Tucson, Arizona, 1916

Controversial Women’s Suffrage Political Banner in Tucson, Arizona, 1916
Even after Arizona passed women’s suffrage, women voters in Arizona utilized Frances Munds’s and Pauline O’Neill’s political tactics of leveraging the female vote to play political parties off of each other. In 1916, they hung this controversial banner in Tucson to urge women not to vote for political parties or candidates who opposed national women’s suffrage.
| Date: 1916 | Source: Library of Congress https://www.loc.gov/item/mnwp000291/
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