"Can She Do It?" Massachusetts Debates a Woman's Right to Vote
Featuring colorful political cartoons, engaging campaign materials, and visual propaganda, this exhibition illustrates the passion of those who argued for and against women’s suffrage.
Commemorating 100 years since Massachusetts ratified the 19th Amendment, this exhibition at the Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) explores the activism and debate around women’s suffrage in Massachusetts. Featuring dynamic imagery from the collection of the MHS, “Can She Do It?” Massachusetts Debates a Woman’s Right to Vote illustrates the passion on each side of the suffrage question.
For over a century, Americans debated whether women should vote. The materials on displayView more
Free and open to the public.
Additional time info:
Gallery talks with guest curator Allison Lange will take place on:
Friday, June 21 at 2:00PM
Saturday, June 29 at 2:00 PM
1154 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02115