Traveling Wall: Winning the Vote! 90 Years of Women’s Suffrage
The Winning the Vote Traveling Wall is a strong history teaching tool. Using photographs and illustrations, it recounts the dramatic struggle to win women’s suffrage. After many decades of marching, civil disobedience, and lobbying, the 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18, 1920, giving women the right to vote and hold office.
Replicating images and posters on display in the Birthplace Museum, the Winning the Vote Traveling Wall includes names of Massachusetts women jailed during the struggle under the leadership of Alice Paul. The Wall also includes an informative timeline leading up to the passage of the 19th Amendment.
The Winning the Vote Traveling Wall on loan for a conference at the Yale Club, New York City.
The Winning the Vote Exhibit, as seen in the Legacy Room, at the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, Adams, MA.
Rent the Traveling Wall Today!
The attractive, attention-getting Traveling Wall is suitable for:
- Historical Societies
- Town Halls/Town Buildings.
The Traveling Wall is affordable and easy to use.
The Traveling Wall, measuring approximately 90” x 90”, can be rented for short or long-term exhibits. For information on rates and availability,
The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum at: 413.743.7121