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N. Y. State Woman Suffrage Party How to vote for woman suffrage amendment, election day, November 6th, 1917

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC08961 Author/Creator: N. Y. State Woman Suffrage Party Place Written: Albany, New York Type: Broadside Date: Circa 6 November 1917 Pagination: 1 p. ; 16 x 12 cm.

Summary of Content: Instructs voters which box to check on the ballot in order to vote in favor ammending the New York State Constitution to allow women the right to vote.

Background Information: New York State granted women the vote in 1917.

Full Transcript: How To Vote For Woman Suffrage
Amendment, Election Day,
November 6th, 1917

THE FORM OF BALLOT WILL BE AS FOLLOWS

YES AMENDMENT No. 1

Shall the proposed amendment to section one of ...article two of the
Constitution, conferring equal suffrage upon women, be approved?

NO

YES AMENDMENT No. 2

Shall the proposed amendment to section ten of article eight of the
Constitution, etc.
NO


Vote " Y E S " on Amendment No. 1
as marked above

N. Y. State Woman Suffrage Party
109 STATE STREET, ALBANY, N.Y.
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People: Woman Suffrage Party, fl. 1909-1919

Historical Era: Progressive Era to New Era, 1900-1929

Subjects: Progressive EraGovernment and CivicsSuffrageWomen's HistoryElectionState ConstitutionPolitics

Sub Era: The Politics of Reform

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