SIX SUFFRAGETTES PUT UNDER ARREST: Later Released and Return to Continue Hostile Demonstration Against Wilson. BURN NOTES ON SPEECH Parade Halted by Police, WhereuponMilitants Launch Attack withBanners and Finger Nails. Try to Rush Police. Keep Strict Silence. Names Made Public.

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Title

SIX SUFFRAGETTES PUT UNDER ARREST: Later Released and Return to Continue Hostile Demonstration Against Wilson. BURN NOTES ON SPEECH Parade Halted by Police, WhereuponMilitants Launch Attack withBanners and Finger Nails. Try to Rush Police. Keep Strict Silence. Names Made Public.

Subject

Wilson, (Pres) Woodrow > Woman Suffrage
Woman Suffrage > National > Woman's Party

Description

Woman's Party holds demonstration in N Y C, 6 leaders arrested following burning of Metropolitan Opera House speech ;
6 leaders arrested in Washington D.C. following demonstration against Pres Wilson, whose speech is burnt.

Creator

New York Times

Source

Proquest Historical Newspapers Archive, New York Times

Publisher

Trinity College Library

Date

March 5, 1919

Relation

Format

Image capture

Language

English

Type

Newspaper

Citation

New York Times, “SIX SUFFRAGETTES PUT UNDER ARREST: Later Released and Return to Continue Hostile Demonstration Against Wilson. BURN NOTES ON SPEECH Parade Halted by Police, WhereuponMilitants Launch Attack withBanners and Finger Nails. Try to Rush Police. Keep Strict Silence. Names Made Public.,” Trinity College Library, accessed July 28, 2021, https://tclibrary.omeka.net/items/show/326.