If you can spare a moment from this year's presidential election coverage (and isn't that a good idea anyway?), I thought I'd share a fun photo I found this week on the Library of Congress website.
A hundred years ago, in 1916, the National Woman's Party, a group supporting women's suffrage, was formed. In this 1923 photo, some of the women are gathered for a tea in honor of actress Alice Brady, one of the organizers of the group. Click on this Wikipedia entry to learn more about her. There are a lot of women with short dark hair in this photo, so your guess is as good as mine as to which one is Alice!
The National Woman's Party no longer exists, but those gals sure had an interesting history, chaining themselves to the White House fence among other actions! Click here if you'd like to learn more.