Woman's Suffrage Jailhouse Door Pin

15 in stock

In the early 1900's Alice Paul was imprisoned during a protest for suffrage and upon release the suffrage organizers gave Alice a jail pin door to recognize her commitment. in 1917, after a group of American suffragists picket the White House and participants were jailed, Alice Paul created a pin similar to her own to present to the 89 suffragists who were arrested. You can wear a jail door pin just like the one worn by the suffragists as a proud symbol of women's fight for equal rights.
Product Details
  • 1.25'' x .75''
$ 22.95
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