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Prominent Voices in the German Women’s Movement (c. 1895)
Germany's industrial age spawned a women’s movement that fought for voting and employment rights. But class differences among women made it difficult for the movement to agree upon – and successfully pursue – uniform goals. The image here depicts several leaders of the German women’s movement:

1. Louise Otto-Peters
2. Mathilde Weber
3. Henriette Goldschmidt
4. Lina Morgenstern
5. Marie Loeper-Housselle
6. Auguste Schmidt
7. Helene Lange
8. Luise Büchner
9. Bertha von Marenholtz-Bülow
10. Marie Calm