Mary Edwards Walker

Mary Edwards Walker

Mary Edwards Walker, photographed in her Civil War uniform in 1865.

Mary Edwards Walker

Mary Edwards Walker

Undated photo of Mary Edwards Walker in uniform.

Mary Edwards Walker in Old Age

Mary Edwards Walker in Old Age

Mary Edwards Walker in old age, wearing men's formal attire as was her practice later in life.

Walker in 1901 Misogynist Cartoon

Walker in 1901 Misogynist Cartoon

This 1901 Louis Dalrymple cartoon from the humor periodical Puck urges the upcoming "Buffalo Exposition" (the Pan-American Exposition, a world's fair to be held at Buffalo, New York) to "have a chamber of female horrors." Feminist, suffragist, and temperance leaders of the time are satirized.

Front-row figures (on pedestals), left to right:

"Female Horrors" Detail

Detail of 1901 Puck cartoon features (front row, left to right) Mary Edwards Walker, Belva Lockwood, a poor likeness of Susan B. Anthony; and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. In the background stand a "faith healer" and a "woman evangelist."

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