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Women's Right to Vote - Revolution and Evolution

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2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment's passage, an amendment that guaranteed and protected a woman's constituitional right to vote. 

To mark such a momentous occasion, The National Quilt Museum is proudly presenting a Pop-Up exhibit celebrating the centennial of The Women's Right to Vote. The exhibition entitled Women's Right to Vote - Revolution and Evolution includes 36 miniature quilts about the history of women's suffrage.

This exhibit will be on display from September 1st - October 16th, 2020; this is an addition to the museum's original 2020 schedule.

Pictured: The Three-Cent Stamp by Cindy Wilbur of Stillwell, Kansas.

Susan B. Anthony was a strong force behind the women's suffrage movement. In 1936 she was honored by the United States Postal Service with her picture on the three-cent stamp.

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