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(a) "General" Rosalie Jones, famous "hiker" for suffrage. (b) Mrs. Edgar A. Sammines [?] II. Their votes for women badges were pinned to the backs of their sweaters so that they would be seen as they rode [on a twenty-person sled]. (c) The suffragists call upon the Mayor of New York City. Suffragettes leaving City Hall, New York ,10/28/1908. (d) When not allowed to use regular spaces for subway advertising the suffragists resort to "Lap-boards" carrying their arguments. They boarded all trains and rode "up and downtown."