The Anti-Suffrage Rose Song

Title

The Anti-Suffrage Rose Song

Subject

Women -- Suffrage -- United States -- Songs and music.
Feminist music -- United States.
Women -- Suffrage.

Description

Dedicated to the women’s anti-suffrage associations. Published by the Women’s Anti-Suffrage Association in Boston, MA. In opposition to the suffragists, the association used red and pink as their official colors and the rose as their official flower. Hanna wrote, “Sweetest flow’r in all the world / Ev’ry body knows / You’re the emblem of the Anti-Suffrage Cause! You lovely, red, red rose!”

Creator

Hanna, Phil

Publisher

Boston: Women's Anti-Suffrage Association

Date

[1915]

Format

Musical score

Language

English

Identifier

1915-01

Files

crew_s_1915_1.jpg

Citation

Hanna, Phil , “The Anti-Suffrage Rose Song,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed September 30, 2022, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/120.