Doris Stevens - Woman's Party jailed
Doris Stevens wrote "Jailed for Freedom" and was the youngest member of the national executive committee of the National Woman's Party, an organization that worked for women's suffrage.
She picketed, along with others, at the White House in 1917 and was arrested and sentenced to 60 days in the Occoquan Workhouse (VA). This photo was taken at that time.
Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, Harris and Ewing
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