March 3, 1913 in Washington, DC five thousandth suffragettes march with the requirement to give women the right to vote. Women’s rights movement was gaining momentum. In the end, President Woodrow Wilson persuaded Congress to pass a piece of legislation, the ratification in 1920 became the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits discrimination in the election by gender.
Crowd around an ambulance. Dozens of protesters were injured in the day during the march, March 3, 1913.
Press about the parade of suffragists.
Josephine Beyderhass and Inez Mihollend Boyshevayn parade of suffragists.
Elizabeth Freeman from the Association for women’s suffrage in New York preparing to join the parade in Washington March 3, 1913
Actress Margaret Vail Howe takes part in a parade in Washington in March 1913.
Mrs. John Boldt, Mrs. May Morgan, Miss Dock and Miss Craft, who took part in the march from New York to Washington and parade for women’s suffrage.
Participants in the parade, March 3, 1913.
Theatrical performances, organized by the Association for women’s suffrage at the building of the Treasury, March 3, 1913.
Mrs. ER Smith speaks to a small crowd on a platform at Union Square, the so-called School for the suffragettes.
Mrs. John Rogers, the daughter of former Secretary of War and a member of the Advisory Board of the Union Kongressionnogo for women’s suffrage, speaking during a meeting in the open air in Washington in March 1913.
A fragment of the parade. On the sign says Home and Homework, which describes the status of women at the time.
Foreign suffragette parade March 3, 1913
Suffragettes riding on a bus in New York as part of the parade for women’s suffrage. March 3, 1913
Parade in Washington. Booths are set on the occasion of the inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson, scheduled for the following day. March 3, 1913.
The crowd surrounded the demonstrators, blocking the path of the parade, March 3, 1913
Packed to onlookers Pennsylvania Avenue during the parade, March 3, 1913.
Promotional poster parade for women’s suffrage.
Parade participants arrive in Washington, DC, 1913.
Inez Milholland (born August 6, 1886 in Brooklyn, died on November 25, 1916 in Los Angeles at age 30 – Activist suffrage movement (for equal voting rights for women), speaking for the termination of World War II,
Suffrage parade, Inez Milholland, March 3, 1913
Ms. Suffern with homemade signs at the parade March 3, 1913
An activist for women’s equality Alice Paul, 1913. Paul was born in New Jersey, received a master’s degree and doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania,
Suffragettes handing out leaflets about the upcoming parade.