Lucy Burns portrait, undated

Image
Date created 1900-1920 | Approximately 1910
Creator Katzenstein, Caroline
Description

Lucy Burns, along with Alice Paul, helped create the National Woman's Party, which spearheaded the women's suffrage campaign until the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920. This portrait is one of a series amassed by Caroline Katzenstein for her book, 'Lifting the Curtain,' which surveys the development of the woman's suffrage movement in the United States.

Size 1 photograph
Type image
Subjects Katzenstein, Caroline | Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association | Women--Suffrage | Women--Suffrage--United States | Women--History--19th century | Women--History--20th century | United States. Constitution. 19th Amendment | National American Woman Suffrage Association | Burns, Lucy, 1879-1966
Geographical location Philadelphia (Pa.) | Washington (D.C.)
Language English
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Local identifier 17554
Collection

Caroline Katzenstein papers (Am.8996) (explore contents)

Contributing institution Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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