Piecing Together History: Storytelling with Collage

Showing alongside the Votes for Women: 100 Years and Counting exhibit at the Washington State Historical Society this year, is this juried show of suffrage-themed works from the Northwest Collage Society.

You can view the full show and learn more about NW Collage Society at their website.

Explore the legacy of the suffrage movement and ask the question "why does voting matter?" through this ongoing public program, now through 2020. 





















We invite you (yes YOU!) to get creative and utilize the inspiration and resources collected to create your own suffrage-themed collage for our online community gallery. 


To submit your collage work, email a photo of your work to Suffrage Centennial Coordinator, Elisa Law at elisa.law@wshs.wa.gov. By submitting, you are granting permission for us to share your work here.

Notable Suffragists of Washington
There were thousands of active suffragists in Washington State from the mid 1850s through 1920, but here are a handful of our most notable activists for the vote. 





Washington State Historical Society
1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402

Elisa Law

Suffrage Centennial Coordinator


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