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I Will Vote - Suffrage Centennial Face Mask

$24.95
Custom Face Mask from the Wisconsin Historical Society. Fashion PPE with a voice.
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Available exclusively through the Wisconsin Historical Society and designed by WHS staff.


Machine washable. Front side is breathable, athletic style microfiber fabric; inner lining/pocket is made with organic cotton. Opening to insert or change filter if desired. One filter included. Flexible contour wire to fit the nose. Does not guarantee or warranty protection from any virus, bacteria, or any other communicable disease, mold or chemical inhalation by, or through, the use or wear of the fabric face mask.


Size: 7" wide x 6" high. One size fits most. Adjustable straps. Includes one filter.


In August of 1920, the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was passed, prohibiting state and federal governments from denying the right to vote on the basis of gender. Over one year earlier, Wisconsin became the first state to ratify this amendment, on June 10, 1919. This historic moment was the culmination of decades of efforts from many different women's rights groups that had been working since 1846.

Available exclusively through the Wisconsin Historical Society and designed by WHS staff.


Machine washable. Front side is breathable, athletic style microfiber fabric; inner lining/pocket is made with organic cotton. Opening to insert or change filter if desired. One filter included. Flexible contour wire to fit the nose. Does not guarantee or warranty protection from any virus, bacteria, or any other communicable disease, mold or chemical inhalation by, or through, the use or wear of the fabric face mask.


Size: 7" wide x 6" high. One size fits most. Adjustable straps. Includes one filter.


In August of 1920, the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was passed, prohibiting state and federal governments from denying the right to vote on the basis of gender. Over one year earlier, Wisconsin became the first state to ratify this amendment, on June 10, 1919. This historic moment was the culmination of decades of efforts from many different women's rights groups that had been working since 1846.

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