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The Women’s Suffrage Parade of 1913

The Women’s Suffrage Parade of 1913

Georgia Avenue in 1911 (old Brightwood Avenue)

Georgia Avenue in 1911 (old Brightwood Avenue)

16 of the "Silent Sentinels," the group of suffragists who picketed in front of the White House for two and a half years for women's suffrage, were arrested in 1917. The women were charged with “obstructing traffic” and sentenced to 60 days in jail at the Occoquan Workhouse in Virginia.

16 of the "Silent Sentinels," the group of suffragists who picketed in front of the White House for two and a half years for women's suffrage, were arrested in 1917. The women were charged with “obstructing traffic” and sentenced to 60 days in jail at the Occoquan Workhouse in Virginia.

(c. 1910) Pennsylvania Avenue west from the Old Post Office - Washington, D.C.

(c. 1910) Pennsylvania Avenue west from the Old Post Office - Washington, D.C.

Interior of People’s Drug Store, 7th and K Streets, Washington, D.C., with employees behind counter with display of smoking products including pipes, cigars, tobacco, and cigarettes (1920s)

Interior of People’s Drug Store, 7th and K Streets, Washington, D.C., with employees behind counter with display of smoking products including pipes, cigars, tobacco, and cigarettes (1920s)

Eckington in 1919

Eckington in 1919

1907 Baist map of Eckington

1907 Baist map of Eckington

1907 map of Gallaudet University

1907 map of Gallaudet University

An early 1900s aerial postcard view of Thomas Circle.

An early 1900s aerial postcard view of Thomas Circle.

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