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The New York Times Friday Aug 27, 1920 . Database: Proquest Historical Newspapers-The New York Times (1851-2008) Molly Heus.

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    1. The New York TimesFriday Aug 27, 1920 Database: Proquest Historical Newspapers-The New York Times (1851-2008) Molly Heus

    2. Choice of Date: I chose to focus on a date that is significant to the Women’s right movement. I am an American Studies major with “Gender” as my thematic and I have taken multiple courses that examine gender inequality. Therefore, I decided to pick a Newspaper that recognized Women's Suffrage, one of the most important achievements. - August 26th 1920 : the 19th Amendment is officially adopted and Women gain the right to vote • Newspaper : New York Times • Article Title: Text of the Proclamation Signed by Colby Certifying Ratification of 19th Amendment: GOV. ROBERTS SIGNING SUFFRAGE CERTIFICATE • Publication year and location: 1920 New York, New York • Dateline: Washington Aug. 26 • Publisher: New York, N.Y.

    3. Front page headlines: • "Soviet Waives Demand to Arm Workers; Answers Anglo-Italian Note on Poland; Poles Press Pursuit, Take Ossowetz” • "51 Cities assessed for $8,145,00 Fund, Cox Charges Against The Republicans; Says Total For Country Will Be Double” • Smaller titles also noted: • "Lord Mayor Dying; Report Irish Crisis” • “Colby Proclaims Woman Suffrage” • Other articles: pg.12 • “BRT Union Calls Strike Meetings” • "Drop in Food Prices and Other Costs” • "Refuses Wage Rise” • "Expressmen Fail To Settle Strike • ""Would Barviction During Rent Crisis"

    4. Coverage on the 19th Amendment pg.3

    5. “Colby Proclaims Women’s Suffrage” Signs certificate of Ratification at his home without Women Witness Special to the New York Times WASHINGTON. Aug 29th- The half century struggle for woman suffrage in the Unites States reached its climax at 8 o'clock this morning, when Bainbridge Colby, as Secretary of State, issued his proclamation announcing that the Nineteenth Amendment had become a part of the Constitution of the United States  Only actual photograph

    6. Advertisements Page 3 • The majority of ads are directed towards men (mostly clothing) • All ads are animated, instead of actual photographs • ->Lack of photographs in general- photography was not as accessible