Commemorative WHS Centennial Suffrage Bell
With Wisconsin suffragists such as Belle La Follette and Theodora Youmans working for women's rights, Wisconsin became the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment on June 10, 1919, giving women the right to vote. Celebrate their legacy and the centennial anniversary of women's right to vote with this brass bell!
Bevin Bells, situatuted in East Hampton Connecticut, is proud to be the oldest surviving bellmaker in the United States!
Brass bell with wood handle.
Screenprinted in black on two sides: WHS logo on one side and "Suffrage Centennial Celebration 1920-2020" on the other side.
Size: 6-1/2″ high x 3-3/8″ diameter