There are now about 15,500,000 women eligible to vote for the next President - a number just 2,000,000 less that the total number of votes actually cast for the two major party candidates in the 1916 Presidential election.
This certainly has been a newsworthy day for woman suffrage!
Run by the Women's Political Union, it's at 663 Fifth Avenue, and there is always some sort of activity going on while suffrage items are being sold. Even those basic items are now more numerous and imaginative.
It's probably a good thing that there is so much work to do today. It doesn't leave anyone with much free time to worry about tomorrow's outcome.
Their common purpose was to save the N.W.P.'s headquarters, and the property immediately surrounding it.
I have been as one crying in the wilderness to women of wealth and leisure to give over their pleasure and frivolities and do something to justify their existence. I have cried in vain. No reform ever appealed to people who have all they want.
In an unprecedented victory for the worldwide suffrage movement, the women of New Zealand won full voting rights today!
Alice Paul is in full fighting mode today.
Now that the nation's largest suffrage organization is situated in such a strategic location, and rent is not a burden, the future of the cause seems very bright.