Suffrage Scrapbooks Salvaged
November 11, 2007 2:44 PM   Subscribe

In 1897, Elizabeth Smith Miller and her daughter Anne Fitzhugh Miller founded the Geneva Political Equality Club, an organization dedicated to fighting for women's suffrage in the United States. Between them, the two women kept several scrapbooks documenting their efforts through 1911. Via.
posted by Rykey (7 comments total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
Being able to flip through other people's scrapbooks, memorializing movements and eras past, I'd have to say that's absolutely the best use of the Internet this is. These are wonderful, thank you so much for sharing.
posted by headspace at 4:44 PM on November 11, 2007

Can you actually flip through these scrapbooks online? It looks like it would be interesting, but all I see are the covers.
posted by dhammond at 5:06 PM on November 11, 2007

Yes, click the cover picture once and then you're given a choice for "next image" or to choose the page number.
posted by frobozz at 5:11 PM on November 11, 2007

dhammond -- on the page with the cover (e.g.), click on the image of the cover and it brings it up larger, with a "turn to" page button at the top.

good post.
posted by Rumple at 5:11 PM on November 11, 2007

Sweet. Thanks for the clarification, gang.
posted by dhammond at 5:18 PM on November 11, 2007

Those are cool - thanks.
posted by LobsterMitten at 9:14 PM on November 11, 2007

Sorry, I should have been more explicit about accessing the actual scrapbook pages.
posted by Rykey at 8:24 AM on November 12, 2007

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