Suffragettes enrolling their willingness to aid their country when hostilities broke out between Germany and U.S.
Suffragette enrolling to aid WWI
- Women workers stain wings for a De Havilland DH-4, 1918 — Share the History Love... In the foreground of the photograph a group of women stain the wooden skeletons of the wings for a De Havilland DH-4 at the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company. At each station a group of women stain the wooden wings with an observer watching. In the background other employees are working and a [...]
- Mug Shots: Bertha Boronda — Share the History Love... Mug shot: A photograph of someone’s face especially one made for police records. The word ”mug shots” comes from the British slang word “mug” meaning “face.” Early in the morning on May 30th, 1907, Bertha, believing her husband was planning on leaving her, took a razor and sliced off his penis. While her [...]
- American and French photographic staff, 1917 — Share the History Love... American and French photographic staff in France, 1917. Share the History Love... [...]
- Mary Pickford supporting women’s rights, 1938 — Share the History Love... Actress Mary Pickford, a strong supporter of women’s rights, buys the first sheet of equal rights seals in November 1938. She purchased the seals so that the crusade to “balance the Constitution” may be carried on with vigor and effectiveness. Share the History Love... [...]
- Suffragettes in front of a bonfire, 1917 — Share the History Love... Suffragettes with a bonfire in front of the White House, 1917. Share the History Love... [...]