The Suffrage Postcard Project (SPP) is a digital humanities initiative conducted collaboratively by a group of faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students from the University of South Florida, among other institutions. SPP is pursuing three broad goals: feminist data visualization, feminist digital archiving, and feminist digital pedagogy. On the Browse Collection tab, readers will find approximately 100 browseable collections of postcards. Each record contains information such as the creator, a brief description, and related tags, as well as an image of the postcard itself. An example of a fully fleshed out entry is a William Henry Ellam postcard, Votes For Women, which provides an image, a description of the image, transcription of the message on the back, links to the sources of the postcard, and geolocation for the German publisher of the card. Readers can also search across all collections by keyword using the right-hand query bar or browse by location on the Map page. The archive is a work-in-progress, and more information on its history and future is available on the site's Methodology and Blog pages.