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Nina E. Allender

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Nina Evans Allender
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Nina E. Allender, about 1915
Born Nina Evans
(1873-12-25)December 25, 1873
Auburn, Kansas
Died April 2, 1957(1957-04-02) (aged 83)
Plainfield, New Jersey
Nationality American
Education
Known for Political cartoonist
Spouse(s) Charles H. Allender (1893–1905, divorce)
Nina E. Allender at desk
Nina E. Allender at desk

Nina Evans Allender (December 25, 1873 – April 2, 1957) was an American artist, cartoonist, and women's rights activist.[1] She studied art in the United States and Europe with William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri. Allender worked as an organizer, speaker, and campaigner for women's suffrage and was the "official cartoonist" for the National Woman's Party's publications, creating what became known as the "Allender Girl."

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hey guys it's Zoe so today I am going to be doing the long waited bookshelf tour I have around 700 bucks so this is going to be a very long video I hope you guys enjoy I organize my shelves by genre and I saw Emma over at Emma books do this and it made for a much more viewer friendly bookshelf tour so in the description box I'm going to link the times that each genre starts and any specialty shelves that I have so you don't have to sit through the entire thing and I think that's all I needed to say so let's just get right into it on the very top of my shelves I have my collection of giraffes and my Zoe doll I have another Zoe doll you can only see her butt right now but she has a dress that says Zoe on it and a hat from when I was a little kid it still fits surprisingly the tripod doesn't really reach high enough for this but I have a pop-up book of Harry Potter scenes Hamilton the revolution the illustrated editions of the Philosopher's Stone the Chamber of Secrets and the Prisoner of Azkaban a history of magic and fantastic beasts and where to find them and in the far right is the box that the ones that came in so we're going to start with the contemporary shelves which are the ones on the far left this shelf starts with the private series by Kate Bryan the first two prequels the book of spells and last Christmas private invitation only untouchable confessions inner circle and legacy ambition revelation Paradise Lost suspicions and finally scandal vanished ominous and vengeance privilege beautiful disaster perfect mistake and sweet to see these are all also by Kate Bryan and this is a spin-off of the private series The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants the second summer of The Sisterhood girls and pants the third summer of the sisterhood and forever in blue the fourth summer of The Sisterhood by Ann Brashares City love and lost in love by Suzanne Collins II The Princess Diaries princess in pink princess in Waiting princess in love princess in the spotlight and princess in training by Meg Cabot secrets of my Hollywood Life on location and family affairs all by Jen kalinihta on the next shelf I have Maurice my first draft I ever got this shelf starts with ch armed and dangerous the rise of the pretty committee the clique prequel The Clique best friends for never Revenge of the wannabes invasion of the boy Snatchers the pretty committee strikes back dial L for loser it's not easy being mean sealed with a disc the click summer collection Massey Dylan Alicia Kristin and Clare Breakfast at Tiffany's PS I loathe you boys R Us these boots are made for stalking my little phony and a tale of two pretties this series is by Lisi Harrison alphas and Movers & Shakers by Lisi Harrison this is the beginning of a click spin-off series Pretty Little Liars flawless perfect unbelievable wicked killer heartless wanted and twisted and the series by Sara Shepard The Lying Game never have I ever and two truths and a lie also by Sara Shepard famous and love truly madly famously by Rebecca Searle and on the next shelf I have Jose in the left corner and in the right corner I have the letter that came in the owl crate box when the glass Fair is featured as well as some temporary tattoos from that same box this shelf is too small to stand the books up so I'm gonna have to hold these ones it starts with the Carrie Diaries and summer in the city both by Candace Bushnell in a row loves me loves me not and sweet and vicious all by Claudia gable manually prep rich girl and the guy next door all by Carol culvert to all the boys I've loved before by Jenny Han this is so not happening she's so dead to us and he's so not worth it all by Ciaran Scott my life next door and the boy most likely to both buy Huntley Fitzpatrick the Alyson rules by Katherine Clark the upper-class and miss educated by Hobson brown Taylor Maternity and Carolyn says Anna and the French kiss and Lola and the boy next door both by Stephanie Perkins flirting an Italian and kissing an Italian both by Lauren Henderson The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger all-american girl by Meg Cabot and not that I care by Rachael veil the confessions of Georgia Nicolson series by Louise Rennison Angus thongs and full frontal snogging on the bright side I'm now the girlfriend of a sex God knocked out by my nagging unga's dancing in my nudie pants away laughing on a fast camel then he ate my voyant transfers and startled by his furry shorts Gossip Girl you know you love me and all I want is everything by Cecily von Ziegesar the rest of the books in the series that I have are on my TBR shelf which I will get to later next is the it girl series also by Cecily von Ziegesar the it girl notorious reckless unforgettable lucky tempted infamous adored devious and classic it got really bright so I had to shut the curtains but next I have all of my contemporary stand-alones these are in no particular order I will probably alphabetize them soon just because before I had my shelves organized by genre I had them all alphabetized by author's last name and I still really enjoy that so I might do my stand-alones alphabetized by authors last name that's a lot of work so I might not first I have wander lost by Jen Malone the Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth you'll Berg fireside and the fillin boyfriend both by Casey West poser the good the fab and the ugly by Rachael mod proof of forever by LexA Hillier oh you pretty things by Shanna Mahan the promise of amazing by Robin Const heat of the moment by Lauren barn Holt top eight by Katie Finn bass ackwards and belly up by Elizabeth craft and Sarafine royally lost by Angie Stanton the boy buck and the boyfriend list by E Lockhart confessions of a boyfriend stealer by Robin Claire de shut out by Cody Keplinger and The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky the next shelf starts with those girls by Lauren's f better than perfect bye Melissa canter broken hearts fences and other things to mend by Katie Finn the loose ends list by Carrie Firestone words in deep blue by cath Crowley fangirl by Rainbow Rowell the wonder of us by Kim Culbertson like it never happened bye Emily Adrian joyride by Anna banks infinite in-between by Carolyn McClure escaping perfect by emma harrison six impossible things by Fiona would a matter of heart by Amy Felner domine Future Perfect by Jen Larson stella by helen eve reunited by hillary Weissman Graham cherry by Lindsey Rosen first there was forever by Giulio Romano open road summer by Emory Lord the romantics by Lea conan trouble is a friend of mine by Stephenie Trombley 26 kisses by Anna Michaels someone else's life by Katie Dale Revenge of the girl with a great personality by Elizabeth you'll burn rules for 50/50 chances by Kate McGovern little black dresses little white lies by Laura Stampler hello sunshine by Layla Howland the upside of unrequited by becky albertalli the anatomical shape of a heart by Jen Bennett getting revenge on Lauren wood by Eileen cook being Audrey Hepburn by Mitchell Krugman romancing the throne by Nadine Jolie Courtney the hate you give by angie thomas the wrong side of right by Jan Murray thorne hello goodbye and everything in between by Jennifer E Smith love and gelato by Janet Evans Welch Amy and Rodgers epic detour second chance summer the unexpected everything and since you've been gone all by Morgan Matson bras and broomsticks frogs and French kisses I see London I see France and don't even think about it all by Sarah minovsky Simon vs. the Homo sapiens agenda' by becky albertalli art geeks and prom queens by Alyson noël the disreputable history of frankie landau banks by E Lockhart hold still and everything leads to you by Nina Lacour the Duff by Cody Keplinger falling in love with English boys by melissa Jensen just listened by Sarah Dessen and hacking Harvard by Robin Wasserman the next shelf is the end of my contemporary collection and the beginning of my very short non-fiction Liberty by Andrea ports Eliza and her monsters by Francesca Sofia it's all your fault by Paul Rudnick confessions of a triple shot Betty by Jodi gurmann the possibility of fireflies by Dominique Paul those girls by Sarah Lawrence how my summer went up in flames by Jennifer salvato dr. ski this summer I turned pretty by Jenny Han the infinite moment of us by Lauren Myracle pretty tough bye Lyss taiga lark through to you by Lauren barn holt how to ditch her fairy by Justine larvae last year true confessions of a Hollywood starlet by Lola Douglas confessions of a shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella a butler's guide to entertaining by nicholas clayton the political brain by drew weston will not attend by Adam Resnick the world at her fingertips the story of Helen Keller by Joan - and finally scrappy little nobody by Anna Kendrick and then I have a box from a shelf love crate that one's the first subscription box I ever received so I just like to keep the box on my shelf the final shelf at the very bottom on my first bookcase has a marauders map puzzle a wizard chess set and a few of my old middle grade books slam by Walter Dean Myers slam poetry getting near to baby by Audrey Columbus the town that floated away by Sandra Bird self 101 ways to bug your teacher by Lee Wardlaw travel team by mike lupica shipwreck survival and escape all by gordon korman are you there God It's Me Margaret and then again maybe I won't both by Judy Blume and finally or not and finally mr. Monday grim Tuesday drowned Wednesday and sir Thursday all by Garth Nix starting at the top of the middle shelf I have retellings Dorothy must die the wicked will rise yellow brick war and the end of Oz all by daniele page Avalon high by Meg Cabot we're gonna let the train go by because it has right now apparently looping on Black Arts by Nicole casterman a study in Charlotte and the last of August by Britney Cavallaro hunted by Meagan Spooner lost in a book by Jennifer Donnelly girls made of snow and glass by Melissa bash reduced wicked and son of a witch by Gregory Maguire a court of thorns and roses a court of mist and fury and a court of wings and ruin all by Sarah J Maas splintered by AG Howard cinder and heartless both by Marissa Meyer key karela by Ashley Poston somebody's popular stalking Jack the Ripper and hunting Prince Dracula by Carrie Maniscalco Wonder Woman war bringer by Leigh bardugo scarlet by AC gone coggan gone on strands of bronze and gold and mark in the midnight hour both by Jane Nickerson on the next shelf I have more retellings and some general historical fiction on the left I have the little Olaf uncle and on the right I have a box for an indigo gift card the gift cards not in there anymore but I really like that box so we're gonna keep it yeah again I have another shelf that is too small to stand the book so I'm gonna have to hold them I have winter song by SJ Jones trader angels by Anne Blankman the Friday society by Adrian Crest dark breaks the dawn by Sarah B Larson rose blood by AG Howard Prince Of Shadows by Rachel Kane's Alex and Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz spindle by ek Johnston wolf by wolf by ryan graudin my lady Jane by Cynthia hand Brody Ashton and Jody Meadows stealing snow by Danielle page the shadow Queen by CJ Redwine Pillars of the Earth by Ken fillet a break with charity the fifth of March an acquaintance with darkness hang a thousand trees with ribbons keep smiling through and finishing Becca all by Anne Rinaldi Troy by Adele Jairus the land of stories by Chris Colfer everland by Wendy Spinelli the gentleman's guide to vice and virtue by Mackenzie Lee what the boy in the Striped Pyjamas by john-boy the next shelf continues with historical fiction on the left side I have a candle from December's owlcrate box and on the right side I have Rapunzel and Pascal and yet another shelf that is too short to stand the books up I have The Book Thief by Markus Zusak a great and terrible beauty rebel angels and the sweet farthing all by Libba Bray ink and bone by Rachel Kane love lies and spies by Cindy ANSI etiquette and espionage curtsies and conspiracies waistcoats and weaponry and manners in mutiny all by Gail Carriger the spy mistress by Jennifer Chiaverini soulless changeless heartless and timeless these are also by Gale character I am missing the third book in this series I have an e-book of it but I haven't I don't know why I haven't gotten a third one yet but I've read it prudence and imprudence these are also by Gale carrots on this shelf I have a mix of historical fiction some dystopian there's some contemporary I don't really know what I was thinking when I organize this shelf I don't remember on the Left I have 11 from stranger things I would have never got this on my own I got it in a subscription box I don't like stranger things for some reason I'm keeping this on my shelf and on the right I have the Harry Potter edition of Trivial Pursuit guilt by Katherine longshore under a painted sky by Stacey Lee ladies-in-waiting by Laura L Sullivan the valiant by Leslie Livingston the dark days club by Allison Goodman the kingdom of little wounds by suzanne cockle deluxe and rumors by anna god-person walk on earth a stranger by Rae Carson legacy of Kings by Eleanor Herman the selection the elite the one the air and the crown all by Kiera Cass I tell you I love you but then I'd have to kill you cross my heart and hope to spy don't judge a girl by her cover only the good spy young out of sight out of time and United we spy all by ally Carter high society also by ally Carter also known as and going rogue by robbing been way the golden compass the subtle knife and the amber spyglass by Philip Pullman Nightrunner by Max Turner pretty little Devils by Nancy holder a certain slant of light by Laura Whitcomb on this shelf it's more supernatural there are vampires and witches that sort of fun thing in the right corner I have a pin from an owl crate box and a game of Thrones chapstick Twilight New Moon it clips and Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer City of Bones city of ashes and city of glass by Cassandra Clare Vampire Academy frostbite and shadow kiss by Richelle Mead marked betrayed chosen untamed hunted tempted burned awakened destined and hidden this series is by PC cast and Christian cast twitches building a mystery seeing is deceiving dead wrong don't think twice double jeopardy and kindred spirits this series is by HB Gilmore and Randy rice felled hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins this shelf is still kind of supernaturally and then I have some mystery dark visions by LJ Smith The Nine Lives of Chloe King bile is brass well wake and fade by Lisa McMann embraced by Jessica Shervington strange angels by Lily st. crow miss Peregrine's Home for peculiar children by ransom Riggs Marie Antoinette serial killer and bad girls don't die both by Katie Allender before I fall by Lauren Oliver the rosemary spelled by Virginia Zimmerman crossing over by Anna Kendall hush hush by Becca Fitzpatrick the art of wishing by Lindsey rye bar dancing jacks by Robin Jarvis conversion by Katherine how illusions of fate by Kirsten white deception Point Inferno Angels & Demons digital fortress The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol all by Dan Brown The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold I am The Messenger by Markus Zusak 401 9 by will Ferguson broken monsters by Lorne Bewkes the innocence by Lily Peloquin daughter of deep silence by Carrie Ryan Twisted Fate by Nora Olsen full ride by Margaret Peterson Haddix the conspiracy of us by Maggie Hall the tenderness of thieves by Donna Frye tiss if you're lucky by Yvonne Prince the 15 original Wizard of Oz stories bound in to five volumes The Wonderful Wizard of Oz the marvelous land of Oz Ozma of Oz Dorothy and The Wizard of Oz the road to Oz the Emerald City of Oz the patchwork girl of Oz Tik Tok of Oz the Scarecrow of Oz rinky-dink of Oz the lost princess of Oz the Tin Woodman of Oz the magic of Oz Glinda of Oz and finally the Royal Book of Oz Dante's Divine Comedy Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson skin and other stories and Charlie in the Chocolate Factory both by Roald Dahl Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Dracula by Bram Stoker beloved by Toni Morrison The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde Stuart Little and Charlotte's Web both by EB White The Outsiders by se Hinton the bottom shelf continues with classics and Shakespeare The Magician's Nephew The Lion the Witch in the Wardrobe the horse and his boy Prince Caspian the voyage of the Dawn Treader the Silver Chair and the last battle all by CS Lewis Plato's the Republic and the Odyssey of Homer Lord of the Flies by William Golding Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee the color purple by Alice Walker The Winter's Tale the Two Gentlemen of Verona King Lear a cell Oh The Merchant of Venice measure for measure Macbeth Cymbeline Romeo and Juliet The Taming of the Shrew and Titus Andronicus the last book on the middle shelf is the Norton Shakespeare it's the complete works of Shakespeare it has all of his plays and his sonnets and any long poems it's absolutely massive the top shelf of my third and final big bookshelf is my Harry Potter collection the first that I have is my original with the UK covers I have Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry Potter in the order of the Phoenix Harry Potter and the half-blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows what next I have the series with these covers I'm not gonna go through the names again because it's a little bit redundant and then I have the house editions I myself am a slither puff but I'm a complete savage and i pre-ordered all eight copies I think I have this light problem and then I have this special edition hardcover of the Philosopher's Stone that comes in its own little box I love it it's adorable and finally on this shelf I have Quidditch through the ages on the shelf below that I have my Harry Potter fungal collection starting from the left I have Snape Dobby Draco Malfoy Dumbledore Hermione Harry and Ron behind them I have the little maps that came with my wands when I got them at Universal Studios in Florida and I have a couple of gameboy games on there that my boyfriend gave me that are both Harry Potter the one on the left is Chamber of Secrets and the one on the right I believe is just like a Quidditch game or something I don't know I haven't played them but they're staying on that shelf for now this shelf starts with the language of thorns by Leigh bardugo the Song of Ice and Fire series by george RR martin a game of Thrones a Clash of Kings a Storm of Swords a feast for crows and a dance with dragons ah Daughter of Smoke & Bone days of blood and Starlight and dreams of gods and monsters all by Laini Taylor strange the dreamer also by Laini Taylor the throne of glass series by Sarah J Maas the assassin's blade throne of glass crown of midnight heir of fire queen of Shadows Empire of storms and tower of dawn truthwitch and wind which by susan dennard the thief and the queen of italia by Megan Whalen Turner on the next shelf I have two wands on the left is Hermione's and on the right is Draco's a series of unfortunate events by Lemony Snicket the bad beginning the reptile room the wide window the miserable mill the austere Academy the air SATs elevator the vile village the hostile Hospital the carnivorous carnival the slippery slope the grim grotto the penultimate peril and the end snow like ashes ice like fire and frost like night by Sara Raasch Queens glass sword and Kings cage all by Victoria Aveyard six of crows and cricket Kingdom by Leigh bardugo the glass spare by Lauren DeStefano this shelf continues with fantasy on the far left I have three mini Shakespeare books they are love sonnets of Shakespeare the bards guide to abuses and affront and the complete plays in one sitting next I have a magnetic pin I believe this was from an owl crate box it is for the material kyv from the grish of our series by Leigh bardugo then I have a little Christmas tree and a giraffe mug in the mug has a little giraffe inside he's so cute the queen of the tearling the invasion of the tearling and the fate of the tearling by Erika Johansen Ella enchanted by Gail Carson Levine silver wings son wing and fire wing by Kenneth Oppel save really real and abhorson by Garth Nix the Hobbit the Fellowship of the Ring the two towers The Return of the King and The Silmarillion all by JRR tolkien evermore blue moon and shadow land all by Alyson noël the iron king and the iron daughter by julie kagawa the wizard the witch and two girls from Jersey by Lisa papademetriou the strange and beautiful Sorrows of Ava lavender by Leslye Walton Serafina and the black cloak by Robert BD anti goddess by Ken Nair Blake shadow fell by Juliet marília Sultan's storm by Kendall culper long may she reign by ran and Thomas three dark crowns and one dark throne by Ken dare Blake seven black diamonds and one blood ruby by Melissa Marv stray by ELISA Sussman mageot Nia by Maria davana Headley fire bringer by David Clement Davies watership down by Richard Adams shadow and bone and season storm by Leigh bardugo Stardust by Neil Gaiman car evolved by Stephanie Garver the Crown's game by Evelyn Skye dividing Eden by Joe L Charbonneau and ember in the ashes by Sabaa Tahir the gypsy king by maureen Fergus Harry Potter and the cursed child a play by Jack Thorne the Yunel eats by Marie Lu Talon by Julie Kagawa a shadow brighten burning by Jessica clueless sass ins heart by Sara ah here's immortal city by Scott Speer reawaken by Colleen Huck sea of Shadows by Kelly Armstrong rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins the Oathbreaker shadow by Amy McAuliffe the stars never rise by Rachel Vinson the blinding knife by Brent weeks a book of spirits and thieves by Morgan Rhodes falling kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes the naming by Alison croghan the final shelf as my Slytherin hufflepuff penance and this shelf is a bit of sci-fi and fantasy the kiss of deception by Mary e Pearson deep-blue by Jennifer Donnelly it's getting dark now so I have to turn a light on because this has taken a very long time to get through the Queen of blood and the reluctant Queen by Sarah Beth Durst war cross by Marie Lu the cage by Megan Shepard shatter me unravel me and ignite me by Tahereh Mafi the house of the Scorpion by Nancy farmer red rising by Pierce brown the fifth wave and the infinite sea by Ricky ante the secret under my skin and the raintree rebellion by Janet McNaughton The Hunger Games Catching Fire and Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins gone hunger and lies by Michael Grant divergent by Veronica Roth deadly design by Deborah dr. I am Number Four by petaca slore the declaration by Gemma Malley and finally matched and crossed by Ally Condie the stand-alone shelf in the corner is my TBR it's organized in no particular order mostly just by size because it looks nice that way the Sword of Shannara by Terri Brooks vitro by Jessica Khoury bewitching by Alex Flinn wild awake by Hilary T Smith the coldest girl in coldtown by Holly black bloodlines by Richelle Mead wonderful feels like this by Sarah lobe stem glitch by Heather Anastasio salt the sea by rue de SU Petty's origin by Jessica Currie the hammer of Thor by Rick Riordan the Tigers cursed by colleen hook memoirs of a teenage amnesiac by Gabrielle's Evan the demon king the exiled Queen and the gray wolf thrown by Cinda Williams Chima frost blood and fire blood by Ellie Blake Queen of Hearts blood of Wonderland and war of the cards by Colleen Oaks blood for blood by Ryan Rawdon the last name Sarabhai christen chicka le renegades by Marissa Meyer the dark days pact by Alison Goodman the Raven voice and the dream thieves by Maggie Stiefvater they both die at the end by Adam Silveira the a-list girls on film Blonde Ambition tall cool one back in black some like it hot and American Beauty this series is by Zoe Dean because I'm worth it I like it like that you're the one that I want nobody does it better nothing can keep us together and what I lied to you this is the end of the Gossip Girl series that I mentioned way back at the beginning of the video this series is by Cicely van zieks our this side of home by Renee Watson let it snow by John Green Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle new world rising by Jennifer Wilson the Sandcastle Empire by Kayla Olsen venom by Fiona Paul the goose-girl by Shannon Hale ruinin rising by Leigh bardugo scarlet by Marissa Meyer ever list by Sara Holland speakeasy speak love by Mikkel George this season by Jonah Lisa Dyer and Stephen Dyer the black witch by Lori forest the Crown's fate by Evelyn sky God's grave by Jay Kristoff flame caster by Cinda Williams Chima Serafina and the twisted staff and Serafina and the splintered heart by Robert Beattie sweet evil by Wendy Higgins The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood The Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead taken and frozen by Erin Bowman drowning is inevitable by Shalonda Stanley natural born angel by Scott Speer recreated by calling heuk origin by Dan Brown the art of getting stared at by Elora Langston the black prism by Brent weeks and finally the Shadowhunters codex by Cassandra Clare and Joshua Lewis so that was the bookshelf tour there is around 700 books in there I think I don't know I don't even know anymore it was light up when I started and now it's pitch black I went through an outfit change it's this has been an all-day process I hope you guys enjoyed there are a whole bunch of books that I didn't show because they are currently lying on the floor I don't have enough room on my shelves when I get new ones I will do an updated bookshelf tour with all of those ones if you like this video please subscribe down below and give it a thumbs up you can follow me on Instagram Twitter and Goodreads all at you're a book nerd Zoe I will link those down below in the description for you and I'll see you guys in the next video bye

Contents

Personal life

Background

Nina Evans Allender was born on Christmas Day, December 25, 1873 in Auburn, Kansas.[2][3][a] Her father, David Evans was from Oneida County, New York and moved to Kansas, where he served as a teacher before becoming superintendent of schools.[6] Her mother, Eva Moore,[6] was a teacher at a prairie school.[7][8] The Evanses lived in Washington, D.C. by September 1881 when Eva Evans was working at the Department of the Interior as a clerk in the Land Office. She worked there until August 1902,[6][9][7] and she was one of the first women to be employed by the federal government.[3] David Evans worked at the United States Department of the Navy as a clerk[10] and was a poet[11][12][13] and short story writer.[14] He died on December 13, 1906 and was buried at Arlington National Cemetery.[10]

Marriage

In 1893, at the age of 19 Nina Evans married Charles H. Allender.[15][16] Some years later Charles Allender reportedly took a sum of money from the bank where he worked and ran off with another woman.[7] Abandoned by her husband,[15] Nina sued Charles for divorce in January 1905, alleging infidelity.[17] Their divorce was granted that year.[18][19]

Middle and later years

"Great Statues of History", 1915
"Great Statues of History", 1915

About 1906 her portrait was painted with fellow artist Charles Sheeler by Morton Livingston Schamberg. It was formerly in the collection of the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., but when that museum closed it was transferred to the National Gallery of Art.[20] Following her years abroad studying art, Allender worked at the Treasury Department[21] and the Government Land Office in Washington, D.C.[15] She lived in Washington, D.C. in 1916[2] and maintained an art studio in New York City by 1917.[22]

In 1942, Allender moved to Chicago, Illinois where she remained for over a decade. In 1955 she moved to Plainfield, New Jersey, where a niece, Mrs. Frank Detweiler (Joan) resided.[1] She died at her niece's Plainfield house on April 2, 1957.[23][3][1]

Art and suffrage

Education and style

Allender enrolled in classes at the Corcoran Museum of Art[6] and then studied under Robert Henri and William Merritt Chase at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts[2] from the spring of 1903 through 1907. She spent the summer of 1903 on a summer painting tour directed by Chase.[24] Allender joined Robert Henri's summer painting tour of Italy in 1905.[7][25] Allender considered William Merritt Chase[26] and Robert Henri as her mentors.[26] During one European study trip she became good friends with modernist painters Charles Sheeler and Morton Schamberg.[7] In London, she was a student of Frank Brangwyn.[2][26][27] Allender's works in a Washington Society of Artists exhibit in 1909 were described as "some excellent little snow pictures".[28]

Women's suffrage

"The Spirit of '76.' On to the Senate!", 1915
"The Spirit of '76.' On to the Senate!", 1915
"Our Hat in the Ring", 1916
"Our Hat in the Ring", 1916

At the age of 38, Nina Allender became actively involved in the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA).[22] In 1912, Ohio held a referendum on woman suffrage, and Allender traveled there and enjoyed canvassing door to door and demonstrating with other suffragettes.[6] Allender had volunteered to assist NAWSA's Congressional Committee in planning their March 3, 1912 suffrage pageant in Washington.[29] Allender was appointed chair of the committee on "outdoor meetings" as well as on "posters, post cards and colors."[30] Within the year she became president of the District of Columbia Woman Suffrage Association and was a featured speaker at numerous local gatherings.[31] In spring 1913, she was president of the Stanton Suffrage Club, which held "Suffrage as Relating to Business Women". Allender shared the speaker's platform with future congresswoman Jeannette Rankin,[32] one of about 14 women representing multiple states to meet with President Woodrow Wilson in a suffrage deputation.[33]

In 1913, Eva and Nina were recruited into the Congressional Union of NAWSA[21], later the National Woman's Party by Alice Paul[15][34] when she was in Washington D.C. to lead the Congressional Committee of NAWSA.[35] Inez Haynes Irwin stated that both Eva and Nina had readily agreed to make monthly financial donations and volunteer their time for the organization.[36]

In April 1914, Allender relocated temporarily to Wilmington, Delaware to head the Delaware Congressional Union for Equal Suffrage and to coordinate a parade on May 2.[37][38] A year later she was on the advisory council of the national Congressional Union for Woman's Suffrage[39] and became chairman of the newly organized local branch of the Congressional Union.[40] In a press release on suffrage, Allender was identified as one of six "crack street orators" of the suffrage campaign.[41] On December 9, 1915, she was slated to preside over a meeting of the state chairs and officers.[42]

In 1916, Allender was an official delegate at the Chicago convention of the newly launched National Woman's Party.[43] That fall, she was sent by the National Woman's Party to lobby in Wyoming for the federal amendment.[44][45] When the National Woman's Party began picketing the White House to pressure President Wilson, Allender joined the picket line[22] and served as a delegate to a large suffrage parade.[46] The National Woman's Party sent valentines, designed by Allender, on February 14, 1917 to President Wilson and legislators as a softer appeal in the campaign to attain women's right to vote.[4]

National Woman's Party cartoonist

"President Wilson Says, "Godspeed to the Cause", 1917
"President Wilson Says, "Godspeed to the Cause", 1917
"American Woman: Is it not Enough?", 1918
"American Woman: Is it not Enough?", 1918

Integral to the women's rights and suffrage campaigns were its newspapers.[b] The Congressional Union under Alice Paul founded its own periodical, The Suffragist, in 1913.[48] Allender was the key artist for the publication[21] which featured political cartoons. The writers were Alice Paul and Rheta Childe Dorr, the founding editor,[49] who came to Washington at the urging of Paul and Lucy Burns, another suffrage leader.[50] Allender, having been coaxed by Paul, found she had a talent for drawing cartoons and became The Suffragist's "official cartoonist".[49][51] Her first political cartoon, which portrayed the campaign and women's need for the ballot, was published in the June 6, 1914 issue on heavy 10" x 13" paper.[52] The entire front page was subsequently occupied by a cartoon by Nina Allender. A 1918 review of her work conceded that her early period "dealt with old suffrage texts, still trying to prove that woman's place was no longer in the home."[52]

Early 20th-century American cartoons had enjoyed the Gibson Girl from Charles Dana Gibson and the Brinkley Girl from Nell Brinkley.[51] Allender was credited with producing 287 political cartoons regarding suffrage.[53] Her depiction of the "Allender girl," captured the image of a young, capable American woman,[54] embodying "the new spirit that came into the suffrage movement when Alice Paul and Lucy Burns came to the National Capital in 1913."[51]

She gave to the American public in cartoons that have been widely copied and commented on, a new type of suffragist--the young and zealous women of a new generation determined to wait no longer for a just right. It was Mrs. Allender's cartoons more than any other one thing that in the newspapers of this country began to change the cartoonist's idea of the suffragist.

— "The Suffragist' as a Publicity Medium". The Suffragist[55]

Public image of a women's rights advocates changed through Allender's representation of the stylish, attractive, and dedicated young woman,[21] like the educated, modern, and freer New Woman.[56][57] Other subjects in her cartoons were Congressmen, Uncle Sam, and symbols for the woman suffrage amendment were used in the publication to promote the efforts of the National Women's Party and communicate women's rights movement events.[21]

Amelia Himes Walker's "Jailed for Freedom" Pin, 1917
Amelia Himes Walker's "Jailed for Freedom" Pin, 1917

Allender designed the "Jailed for Freedom" pin, which was bestowed on women who were jailed beginning July 1917 for their campaigning and picketing activities. It was named Amelia Himes Walker's "Jailed for Freedom" pin in acknowledge the two-month period when the woman's rights activist was imprisoned in the Occoquan Workhouse and the incarceration and abuse that had been suffered by other suffragettes.[58]

The cover of September 1, 1920 issue of The Suffragist had Allender's Victory to symbolize the attainment of the right to vote.[59] The publication was produced weekly until 1921, was then succeeded in 1923 by Equal Rights,[59] for which Allender also created political cartoons.[21] She continued to work for equal rights after women won the right to vote, including sitting on the NWP's council. She retired due to poor health in 1946.[21]

Art organizations

"Victory", The Suffragist, September 1, 1920
"Victory", The Suffragist, September 1, 1920

Nina Allender was a member of the following art organizations.

Exhibits

Works by Nina Allender have been exhibited at the following:

Legacy

Following the culmination of the suffrage crusade, Nina Allender remained active in the National Woman's Party in its work for gender equality, and remained on its council for another two decades.[66] Her original drawings were initially housed in the Library of Congress,[7] until reclaimed by the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum (now the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument), which was the headquarters for the National Woman's Party. Some were reprinted in collections.[67]

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1995, the National Museum of Women in the Arts hosted an exhibition, "Artful Advocacy: Cartoons of the Woman Suffrage Movement." Featured artists were Allender, Lou Rogers, and Blanche Ames.[68][69]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Her year of birth is reported to be 1872[4] or 1873. A passport for Nina Evans Allender (artist, born in Auburn, Kansas and living in Washington, D.C.) states that she was born on December 25, 1873.[5]
  2. ^ The Woman's Journal was founded in 1870 for the American Woman Suffrage Association.[47] When in 1890 the organization merged with the Anthony-Stanton National Woman Suffrage Association, the Woman's Journal became the news and propaganda outlet for the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

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  2. ^ a b c d e "Allender, Nina E.". American Art Annual. MacMillan Company. 1916. p. 315. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Obituaries: Nina E. Allender". The Washington Post. Washington D.C. April 6, 1957. 
  4. ^ a b Mary Chapman; Angela Mills (2011). "The President's Valentine: Nina E. Allender (1872-1957)". Treacherous Texts: U.S. Suffrage Literature, 1846-1946. Rutgers University Press. pp. 241–242. ISBN 978-0-8135-4959-0. 
  5. ^ "Nina Evans Allender, Passport date June 16, 1903, Number 74314", NARA Series: Passport Applications, 1795-1905; Roll #: 628; Volume #: Roll 628 - 11 Jun 1903-16 Jun 1903, Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) 
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  22. ^ a b c "The Women Who are 'Guarding' the White House Portals: Artist Aids in Fight". The Washington Post. Washington, D.C. February 4, 1917. p. Magazine Section, 1. 
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  38. ^ "Suffrage Tree will be Planted on Arbor Day". Wilmington. April 16, 1914. 
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  40. ^ "Suffragists on Excursion". Evening Star. June 23, 1915. 
  41. ^ "Rough and Tumble Campaign Develops Clever Women Speakers; Hecklers Don't Tackle These Suffragists Now". Syracuse Journal. July 2, 1915. Retrieved June 12, 2013. 
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  43. ^ "Convention Plans of DC Delegates". Evening Star. May 28, 1916. 
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  46. ^ "Pickets to Circle White House Today". Evening Star. March 4, 1917. 
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  57. ^ Laura R. Prieto (2001). At Home in the Studio: The Professionalization of Women Artists in America. Harvard University Press. p. 145. ISBN 978-0-674-00486-3. 
  58. ^ "Amelia Himes Walker's "Jailed for Freedom" Pin". Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved April 21, 2015. 
  59. ^ a b ""Victory" by Nina Allender, Sept. 1, 1920 - Nina Allender Political Cartoon Collection". Sewall Belmont. 
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