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Feminist Movements, 1880s to the Present

Guide to primary sources documenting feminist movements at the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture in the Rubenstein Library.


Lisa Unger Baskin Collection

Women's Social and Political Union banner, Ilford (London), ca. 1909Suffrage in the Baskin Collection

Lisa Baskin placed an early emphasis on the British and American suffrage and Anti-slavery movements in her collecting, and she has an extraordinary gathering of materials related to the fight for equality. The collection includes important materials related to the leadership of these movements--such as correspondence from Susan B. Anthony, Lucy Stone, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott and Lydia Maria Child--and a significant collection of family papers related to the British Pankhurst and Pethick-Lawrence families.

Panko, or, Votes for Women

Woman Suffrage in the U.S.: Manuscript Collections

Selected Published Primary Sources

Women's Suffrage in U.K.