Item #List2325 Collection of Nineteen Contemporary Photographs of the Activist, Author and Socialite Katherine Duer Mackay and her Family, c. 1910. Women’s Suffrage, Katherine Duer Mackay, Photographers.
Collection of Nineteen Contemporary Photographs of the Activist, Author and Socialite Katherine Duer Mackay and her Family, c. 1910.
Collection of Nineteen Contemporary Photographs of the Activist, Author and Socialite Katherine Duer Mackay and her Family, c. 1910.
Collection of Nineteen Contemporary Photographs of the Activist, Author and Socialite Katherine Duer Mackay and her Family, c. 1910.
Collection of Nineteen Contemporary Photographs of the Activist, Author and Socialite Katherine Duer Mackay and her Family, c. 1910.
Collection of Nineteen Contemporary Photographs of the Activist, Author and Socialite Katherine Duer Mackay and her Family, c. 1910.
[Women’s Suffrage] Mackay, Katherine Duer; Various Photographers

Collection of Nineteen Contemporary Photographs of the Activist, Author and Socialite Katherine Duer Mackay and her Family, c. 1910.

New York: 1910. Twenty photographs measuring 6 x 8 and smaller. Excellent contrast, some varied wear and chips at edges, editorial marks verso, very good overall. Item #List2325

The Manhattan suffragist, socialite and author Katherine Duer Mackay founded the Equal Franchise Society and was instrumental in encouraging wealthier women to take up the cause of suffrage in Manhattan and beyond. Offered here are twenty photographs showing her in varied settings, most with her family, possibly taken for the Women's Home Companion: "The Truth About Equal Suffrage" article which was published in 1910, as one image present here also exists in the digitized version of the article. Four years after the article’s publication, she would divorce her husband and move to Paris, where she continued her activist efforts.

Price: $750.00