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This photograph was taken at the Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth, Texas, March 19th, 1909. Quanah Parker and W. C. Riggs. Riggs was born in Izard Co. Arkansas in 1856. His parents John and Jane Riggs were murdered by Comanche Indians in Post Oak Branch, Bell County, March 16, 1859 and buried at Sugarloaf Cemetery, Coryell County, Texas. - Part of the Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection. Series 8: Postcards.

This photograph was taken at the Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth, Texas, March 19th, 1909. Quanah Parker and W. C. Riggs. Riggs was born in Izard Co. Arkansas in 1856. His parents John and Jane Riggs were murdered by Comanche Indians in Post Oak Branch, Bell County, March 16, 1859 and buried at Sugarloaf Cemetery, Coryell County, Texas. - Part of the Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection. Series 8: Postcards.

Susan B. Anthony attempting to vote. Seems like we haven't come all that far...women, unite!!

Susan B. Anthony attempting to vote. Seems like we haven't come all that far...women, unite!!

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women military ww2 | General Henry "Hap" Arnold, Commanding General of the Army Air Forces ...

women military ww2 | General Henry "Hap" Arnold, Commanding General of the Army Air Forces ...

Alice Paul unfurling the ratification banner over the railing of the National Woman's Party headquarters on August 26, 1920 -- the day the 19th Amendment was ratified. The banner was one of the most important to the NWP. For every state that ratified suffrage, the members sewed on a star. When Tennessee ratified the amendment, the final star was sewn on. [Courtesy of the National Woman's Party]

Alice Paul unfurling the ratification banner over the railing of the National Woman's Party headquarters on August 26, 1920 -- the day the 19th Amendment was ratified. The banner was one of the most important to the NWP. For every state that ratified suffrage, the members sewed on a star. When Tennessee ratified the amendment, the final star was sewn on. [Courtesy of the National Woman's Party]

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