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Miss Lucy Burns in Occoquan Workhouse, Washington, 1917 (b/w photo)
Lucy Burns (1879–1966) American suffragist and women's rights advocate. Founder of the National Woman's Party and one of the editors of The Suffragist. Leader of most of the picket demonstrations, she served more time in jail than any other suffragist in America plus 4 prison terms in England. Burns was one of the speakers on the "Prison Special" tour of Feb-Mar 1919
Print and/or digital, including use in online academic databases. Single use, any size, inside only. Single language only. Single territory rights for trade books; worldwide rights for academic books. Print run up to 1500. 7 years. (excludes advertising)