Newark's History & Areas

Old Newark

Most viewed - Suffragette Movement
Junior Suffragists Working for the Cause1213 viewsAugust 31, 1913
Springfield Avenue769 viewsOct. 18, 1918 at Newark, N.J. On the eve of the poll on the constitutional amendment on franchising women shows Miss Rebecca Hourwich addressing a crowd of voters on the corner of Springfield Avenue & Prince Street. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Broad Street458 viewsPhoto shows the hike lead by "General" Rosalie Jones from New York to Washington, D.C. for the March 3, 1913 National American Woman Suffrage Association parade. Photo taken in Newark, New Jersey on Broad Street, just north of West Kinney Street, on February 12, 1913. Rosalie Jones is walking behind the first car. The church before City Hall is Grace Episcopal Church.

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Unknown Street363 viewsPhoto from LOC
Mrs. John Rodgers Jr. addressing a crowd of voters in Military Park354 views
Woman Arrested While Denouncing Suffragists328 viewsOctober 27, 1912
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