Caption: The heart of the Golden Lane suffrage demonstration was the "tableau" of women, dressed as goddesses, who stood on the front stairs of the St. Louis Art Museum, then at Locust and 19th streets. As delegates passed, they tipped their hats. But when the issue of suffrage hit the convention floor, delegates punted it back to the states. The 19th Amendment, ratifying it as a national right, became part of the constitution in 1920. (Missouri History Museum)
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