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 Vida Milholland in jail.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Vida Milholland in jail cell. Harris & Ewing. ca. 1917.
Detail from photograph of Bertha Moller.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Bertha C. Moller. Harris & Ewing. ca. 1917.
Detail of photograph of Agnes Morey and friend.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Agnes H. Morey. Harris & Ewing. ca. 1920.
Detail from portrait of Katharine Morey.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Katharine A. Morey. Harris & Ewing. ca. 1915-1916.
Detail from portrait of Mary Nolan.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon [Detail] Mary A. Nolan. Edmonston. ca. 1910-1920.
Detail from portrait of Alice Paul.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Alice Paul. Edmonston. ca. 1915.
Detail from portrait of Minnie Quay.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon [Detail] Minnie Quay. ca. 1910-1920.
Detail from a photograph of Elizabeth Rogers.
descriptive record icon enlarge image icon  [Detail] Elizabeth S. Rogers. Buck. 1913.
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