The Artists' Suffrage League (1907-c.1918) was one of several suffrage societies founded in this period.
Alice became a leading figure in the Women Writers' Suffrage League, which was founded by Cicely Hamilton and active 1908 to 1919.
In 1908 she and Bessie Hatton founded the Women Writers' Suffrage League.
Sharp was an active member of the Women Writers' Suffrage League.
She was a member of the British Artists' Suffrage League.
However, the nation was forward thinking and had progressive political movements such as democratic parties and a Calbia National Women's Suffrage League.
Shigeri Yamataka: (1899-1977) Worked closely with Ichikawa in the Women's Suffrage League.
She was the President of the Women's Suffrage League, and lived to see the introduction of equal voting rights for women in 1894.
She was an active suffragist, and member of the Woman Writers' Suffrage League.
She also hosted a meeting of the Connecticut Woman's Suffrage League in the home.