In 1915 the Massachusetts Women's Suffrage Association chose the bluebird as the symbol for their campaign in a statewide referendum to give women the right to vote. Though the measure failed, the support garnered in Massachusetts helped to further the cause of women's suffrage nationwide, which was ultimately achieved just five years later when the 19th amendment was ratified in 1920.
This magnet features the same tin blue bird design from 1915 and commemorates the centennial celebration of the 19th amendment.
Measures approx. 2.5"x3.5"