Billboard in Denver, Colorado, supporting women's suffrage


National Constitution Center

National Constitution Center
Philadelphia, PA, United States

This image captures a woman using a bucket and broom to install a billboard for the National Woman's Party in Denver in 1916. Since Colorado women were granted the right to vote in 1893, the billboard encourages them to vote against President Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic Party due to their opposition to national women's suffrage. The billboard also depicts a woman with a hat identified as “The Woman's Party,” noting “Our Hat's in the Ring.”


  • Title: Billboard in Denver, Colorado, supporting women's suffrage
  • Date Created: 1916
  • Location Created: Denver, Colorado
  • Original Source: Library of Congress
  • Rights: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Records of the National Woman’s Party

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