SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT AND WOMEN'S HISTORY
Sash

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Description Suffrage parade sash. Gold, white and purple (the colors of the suffrage movement) satin-like ribbons sewn together lengthwise; ends sewn together in diagonal seam; machine stitched. Same type of sash worn by women in photograph, P2000.32.23, of the picket line at the 1920 Republican Convention in Chicago.

Dimensions W-4.25 L-23.75 inches
Year Range from 1890
Year range to 1920
Material Cloth
Object ID 2681-T1
Object Name Sash
People James, Sarah
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