|Harriot Blatch c. 1905|
Marion Hine was the head of the household, an elder sister of Ethel and Maude, being 16 years old than Ethel and 19 years older than Maude. Marion was recorded as a type writer, and was involved in the Vineyard Press. Marion is living with a boarder, Elsie Bridgewater, a manageress of wool weaving. However what is quite extraordinary is that they have Harriot Staunton Blatch and her husband visiting.
|Harriot Blatch (at the wheel) with fellow suffragists Susan Walker Fitzgerald and Emma Bugbee c. 1910, Library of Congress|
|Suffragette HQ, New York City, Blatch on far right(?)|
|"Stump speaking", Blatch addressing a crowd in Wall Street, Library of Congress|
|Suffragette leaders - movement march on Albany, c.1913: Eleanor Irving, Harriot Blatch, Senator Stillwell, Mrs Arthur Townsend and Mrs John Rogers Jnr|
|Leaders of the National Women's Party at conference, September 1920 (Harriot Blatch 3rd from left holding gloves)|