FREE, PRINTABLE PANEL EXHIBITIONS
Celebrate the 2020 national suffrage centennial by displaying these free panel exhibitions in your space. Great for classrooms, libraries, historical societies, museums, workplaces, and more!
Washington State Historical Society Exhibits
WASHINGTON WOMEN LED THE WAY
For the 2020 national suffrage centennial, we are proud to offer this 6 panel exhibition as a primer to the suffrage movement.
While looking at the fight for the vote in Washington and across America over the course of 72 years, this exhibition features vignettes of local and national suffragists and highlights the involvement of change makers of color.
Be sure to visit our Washington State Historical Society Curriculum page (link below) to view lesson plans to compliment this panel exhibit.
FROM PARLOR TO PODIUM
Created in 2010 for the Washington State Suffrage Centennial, we're bringing back“From Parlor to Podium”, an 8 panel exhibition which focuses on the territorial suffrage campaigns centered in Olympia, and the women and men who worked to secure the vote for Washington women.
The exhibit highlights how the suffrage movement went from homes to the public sphere as women and men organized for women’s rights.
8 PANELS, PRINTABLE AT 24"x 36"
Other Free Exhibitions
RIGHTFULLY HERS POP UP
The Washington State Historical Society is one of several venues across the country to have received the National Archives' Rightfully Hers Pop-Up exhibition.
This pop-up display contains simple messages about the expansion of the vote to millions of women, before and after the 19th amendment, and its impact today.
An educational tool for teaching about American government, the engaging and interpretative display is lightweight, easy to set-up, and requires no tools or walls.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote highlights the relentless struggle of diverse activists throughout U.S. history to secure voting rights for all American women.
This four panel printable exhibition by the National Archives Museum is free and downloadable from their website or we've included links to their PDFs for your convenience.