"Woman and her political peers" is a painting of Frances Williard surrounded by depictions of a convict, mad man, disenfranchised Native American, and a man with special needs. The painting was displayed at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 held in Chicago, Illinois. This image was used in the exhibit, "Suffrage First: Tennessee and Women's Right to Vote."
"Woman and her political peers" (2021). Suffrage's Dark Secret: White Supremacy. 9.