Marguerite Kearns August 24, 2018

Women’s Marches & Parades: “The Song of the Women” on Vimeo. This video has been a favorite of the hundreds of short informational and promotional videos produced by Suffrage Wagon News Channel. Antonia Petrash has been using this video, “The Song of the Women,” to accompany her Long Island suffragist presentations for the past few years. […]

Marguerite Kearns August 15, 2018

Elizabeth Crawford, who posts on “Woman and her Sphere,” presents the Hodgson sisters and their suffrage souvenirs. Her new catalog (No. 198) includes the memorabilia collected by the Hodgson family of the suffrage movement in England. Notes Crawford in her July 30, 2018 post: “As with the Stevenson Sisters, about whom I wrote about last […]

Marguerite Kearns August 13, 2018

How Bess got in trouble for reading Mary Wollstonecraft! on Vimeo. Bess was Edna’s best friend when they lived in Germantown, a part of Philadelphia. And she plays an important part in the story about Edna and Wilmer Kearns, my grandparents. Mary Wollstonecraft’s book about women in the 1700s was a cutting edge work that influenced […]

Marguerite Kearns August 1, 2018

Author Kenneth Florey has a long history with Suffrage Wagon News Channel. He has contributed columns and special images that have been important in the building of an understanding of the grassroots use of horse-drawn wagons and automobiles in organizing for votes for women. We’ve enjoyed reading his books from McFarland Press about suffrage movement […]