The “Suff Bird Women” and Woodrow Wilson
The “Suff Bird Women” and Woodrow Wilson
March 26, 2014

Written by Maureen Maryanski, Reference Librarian for Printed Collections. As Women’s History Month comes to a close, let’s focus on an attempted publicity stunt from 1916 involving New York suffragists, a biplane, and President Woodrow Wilson. Three fantastic photographs in the library collection tell the beginning of the story as a group of suffragists met…

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