Republican Convention in Chicago, June 1920. In the background, a National Women's Party banner reads, 'Why does the Republican Party Block suffrage?' Within two months, the Tennessee legislature became the 36th state, making the 19th amendment part of the U.S. Constitution.

Republican Convention in Chicago, June 1920. In the background, a National Women's Party banner reads, 'Why does the Republican Party Block suffrage?' Within two months, the Tennessee legislature became the 36th state, making the 19th amendment part of the U.S. Constitution.
Superstock offers millions of photos, videos, and stock assets to creatives around the world. This image of Republican Convention in Chicago, June 1920. In the background, a National Women's Party banner reads, 'Why does the Republican Party Block suffrage?' Within two months, the Tennessee legislature became the 36th state, making the 19th amendment part of the U.S. Constitution. by Everett Collection is available for licensing today.
DETAILS
Image Number:  4048-6608Rights ManagedCredit Line:Everett CollectionCollection:Everett CollectionModel Release:NoProperty Release:NoResolution:3600×2828
Can't find the usage you need?
We'll be glad to help you find the right license at a great price. Connect with us at chat below or:
Phone: 866-236-0087
Email: info@superstock.com
$24.99
Personal Use
$99.00
Website
$225.00
Magazines / Books / Educational
$300.00
Marketing pack - Small
$440.00
Marketing pack - Large

Similar items