Vertical Vote Pin
Vote! Show your support for voting with this sterling silver pin! Made by local artist Joanne Lachiusa
Ms. Anthony "Alligator" Purse
This limited edition, faux alligator (synthetic) handbag comes in a rich chocolate-brown exterior and a warm fawn interior. It is 17" wide and 5" deep, standing 17" at the top of the handles. It fits comfortably over the shoulder and accommodates a mini-laptop or tablet and a host of other essentials! It features two quotes from Susan B. Anthony: a plate reading "Failure is impossible!" on the back of the purse, and "Every woman needs a purse of her own" stamped on the reverse of the Abigail Riggs bee emblem. This edition is limited to 2,000, and each bag is numbered. Women of all ages are proud and delighted to carry this beautiful handbag that is a reminder of the Pioneer who believed every woman should have the rights and opportunities for independence and financial success!. This is a "Purse with a Purpose"!! Not only will it keep important resources close at hand, 100% of the purchase price will benefit the mission and programs of the Susan B. Anthony House!
Susan B. Anthony House Lego Ornament
You''ll want to have your own Susan B. Anthony House mini keepsake Lego ornament!
This is a great keepsake item to give as a gift or to put on your Christmas tree or to hang in a window!
1.5" X 2.5"
Susan B. Anthony Silk Scarf
A beautiful silk scarf with the powerful words & signature of Susan B. Anthony. Pair with the 100% silk tie for a unique His & Hers gift!
100% silk 11" x 54"
Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History Plaque
This plaque perfectly describes women including our own Susan B. Anthony and the other women who fought for women's right to vote. The phrase was coined by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich and is just as timely today. Dimensions 8.5 inches X 3.25 inches. Can be hung on a wall or stands on a desktop or table.
Susan B. Anthony House Laura Wilder Poster
Bring Susan B. Anthony's inspiration into your home or office with this exquisite design of her home at 17 Madison Street by the award-winning artist, Laura Wilder. Miss Anthony lived here from 1866 until her death in 1906. These 40 years were her most politically active. She served as President of the National American Woman's Suffrage Association (NAWSA) in the late 1890's and 17 Madison served as national headquarters. LIMITED EDITION! We have the privilege of selling 300 signed and numbered (# 301 - 600) posters. 16 x 20