In 1870 the American Woman Suffrage Association founded its own magazine, the Women's Journal. Edited by Lucy Stone, it featured articles by members of the organizations and cartoons by Blanche Ames, Lou Rogers, Mary Sigsbee, John Sloan, John Bengough, Fredrikke Palmer and Rollin Kirby.
Some of the regional groups also produced journals. The most significant of these was the Woman Voter that was produced in New York. Between 1910 and 1912 the journal was edited by Mary Ritter Beard, who went on to become one of America's most important historians.
Ida Proper, who became art editor of the Woman Voter in 1912, had strong ties with New York's progressive groups and was able to solicit work from outstanding artists such as John Sloan, Mary Wilson Preston, James Montgomery Flagg, Robert Minor, Clarence Batchelor, Cornelia Barnes, and Boardman Robinson.