Harriot Stanton Blatch born Seneca Falls, NY January 20, 1856 (d. 1940). Unitarian suffragist; socialist. Began public protests for vote, 1907; organized Women's Peace Party Parade, 1914.
"My opposition to war was not because of the horrors of war, not because war demands that the race offer up its very best in their full vigor, not because war means economic bankruptcy, domination of races by famine and disease, but because war is so completely ineffective, so stupid. It settles nothing." (A Woman's Point of View; photo Wikipedia)