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View of a car with people campaigning for women's rights, Columbus, Kansas, 1912. The woman in the front seat is Mrs. Hattie (Will) Whiteside, the boy in the front is Henry A. Shenk, the driver is unknown, the woman holding the banner is Dr. Rose Thomas, and the other woman is Mary P. Hawkins. The man standing on the sidewalk is Henry Mitchell.

Date: 1912

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Item Number: 207947
Call Number: FK2.C3 CO.56 .1912 *1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 207947

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