Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's Party

Suffrage Prisoners

The following individuals depicted in Women of Protest were among the many National Woman’s Party activists who were arrested and imprisoned for their role in suffrage protests.

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Detail from photograph of Louisine Havemeyer.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Louisine Waldron Elder Havemeyer. 1919.
Detail from portrait of Kate Heffelfinger.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Kate Heffelfinger. Thomas. ca. 1917-1920.
Detail of photograph of Minnie Hennessy.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Minnie Hennessy. Harris & Ewing. ca. 1913-1918.
Detail from photograph of Elsie M. Hill.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Elsie M. Hill. Harris & Ewing. 1916.
Detail from photograph of Florence Hilles.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon [Detail] Florence Bayard Hilles. Harris & Ewing. ca. 1916.
Detail from photograph of Alison Hopkins.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Alison Turnbull Hopkins. Associated Press Photos. 1919.
Detail from photograph of two suffragists carrying flags.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon [Detail] Julia Hurlbut. Harris & Ewing. 1917.
Detail from a photograph of Hazel Hunkins-Hallinan.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Hazel Hunkins-Hallinan. Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. ca. 1917.
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