On November 5, 1872 while protesting and leading the charge for women’s voting rights, Susan B. Anthony made a defiant move by voting "illegally" in the presidential election — but that was just one moment in her decades of advocacy for women's suffrage! Anthony was a major figure in the Women's Suffrage Movement, leading and organizing protests and speaking out about the importance of recognizing women's right to vote. Her determined spirit helped pave the way for passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920, which prevents a woman from being denied the right to vote on the basis of sex.
This 12-inch doll from Barbie's Inspiring Women line is designed to match portraits of Anthony, complete with a floor-length black dress accented with lace at the sleeves and bodice, spectacles, and a cameo brooch. This doll comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a doll stand, perfect for display in honor of this trailblazing suffragist.