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VOTES FOR WOMEN

[Image: Postcard possibly created by the California Equal Suffrage Association. The yellow and black illustration on the recto is a woman holding a "Votes for Women" flag. The rest of the card was left blank.

On the recto, the…

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THE SUFFRAGETTE
Proudly Goes to – Glory

VOTES FOR WOMEN

[Image: Postcard is part of a six-card series entitled "The Suffragette. This card shows an ugly buck-toothed suffragists sticking her head through the bars of the carriage taking her to…

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[Image: A yellow postcard featuring a fashionable woman sporting a banner with the words "Votes for Women."] Color; Print
A transcript of the message, written by Mrs. Mary T. Lewis Garnett to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, follows: "It's fine -- admirably…

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Little Dutch girl standing on soapbox and holding "Votes for Women"

[Image: Gray illustration of a Dutch girl standing on a soap box, holding a "Votes for Women" flag.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Estella C [Listes?]…

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[Image: The image is of a woman in a yellow hat and dress. she is holding a pole with a yellow banner attached to it. The banner states: Votes for Women. Underneath this banner is the the text, "California Next, For Address Only." Underneath this…

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The Spirit of '76.

VOTES
FOR
WOMEN

AFTER THE PAINTING BY [FRANCES] WILLARD.

[Image: Three babies in dresses march with drums, a flute, and a banner which reads, "Votes for Women." Below the image, the text reads, "The Spirit of '76."];…

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VOTES FOR WOMEN

Let's pull together!

[Image: A girl and a boy pull on a rope together to raise a flag which reads, "Votes for Women." The text below the image reads, "Let's pull together."]; 9x14cm; print.

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[Image: Kewpie dolls dressed in yellow outfits march in a line. The kewpie doll in front carries a yellow banner emblazoned with the phrase "Votes for Our Mothers"] Print

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Woman's Franchise

Reproduced by kind permission of the Proprietors of "PUNCH," from the cartoon of January 23, 1918 and published by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 62, Oxford Street, W.1.
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