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The house Florence grew up in, on 7 Spruce Street, Augusta Maine
Florence married Robert Treat Whitehouse in 1894.
Publicity material created for Florence's first book, The God of Things
Press photo for Florence as chairman of the Maine branch of the National Woman's Party
Florence, c. 1912
Florence participated in this picket line in Chicago, 1916, where President Wilson was delivering a speech. Her conservative suffrage colleagues were aghast at her unladylike behavior.
Florence in her Red Cross uniform. From 1917 to 1919 she volunteered with the Red Cross, serving as publicity coordinator and then Chair of the Information Bureau
Florence sent this telegram to Alice Paul when Congress finally passed the Federal Amendment in 1919
Florence and Robert, dressed for an evening out
Florence and her middle son Bob, c. 1940
One of Florence's paintings
A seascape, one of her favorite subjects
Florence Brooks Whitehouse
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