|Mabel Vernon Addressing Crowd at Van Buren Street and Michigan Avenue, 1916
From the late 1860s until 1920, advocates of women's suffrage gave numerous public speeches to champion women's right to vote. In 1916 suffragist Mabel Vernon addressed a crowd at the intersection of Van Buren Street and Michigan Avenue.
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