These leggings feature a photo of Suffragists Katharine McCormick and Mrs. Charles Parker, holding a historical NWSA banner on April 22, 1913
In founding the National Association, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony regarded woman's rights as a broad cause, in which the franchise was of primary importance. The organization, however, advocated a broad platform in supporting the individual liberties of women. As Eleanor Flexner explains, "It [the National] was willing to take up the cudgels for distressed women whatever their circumstances, be they 'fallen women,' divorce cases, or underpaid seamstresses." The broad focus espoused by the National Association allowed it to address a diverse array of social, economical and political issues.¹
¹Wikipedia. Accessed March 20, 2016. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NationalWomanSuffrage_Association.