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Edith Picton Turberville.jpg
Yours sincierley,
E. Pickton-Tubervill

[Image: Postcard, printed, cardboard, monochrome photographic studio portrait of 'Miss EDITH PICTON-TURBERVILL', head and shoulders, front-profile, white border and text, printed inscription front: 'Yours…

Lord Snowden.jpg
[Image: Postcard, printed, cardboard, monochrome photographic portrait of 'Lord Snowden', seated at a desk, holding a piece of paper, side-profile, manuscript inscription reverse: 'Lord Snowden'.]

Tariff Reform.jpg
''Why won't they let the Women help me?"

TARIFF REFORM
FREE TRADE
POOR LAW REFORM
UNEMPLOYMENT
WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT
BUDGET
FREE FEEDING
EDUCATE ME

[Image: Postcard, printed, cardboard, black text and image, white ground, Artists'…

Mr. Asquith.jpg
VOTES FOR WOMEN
Means Their EMANCIPATION From these
SHACKLES.

MR ASQUITH (Quoted): "I dread the entrance of women into
the political arena ... I fear they
might loose their great influence –
their unique…

Lancashire and Cheshire Delegates.jpg
Lancashire and Cheshire Delegates on the Women's Franchise Deputation to the Prime Minister.
1906
Copyright.

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[Image: A sketch of a fashionable woman with the phrase "Bryan's my man -- Who's yours?" underneath. Printed on a cream-colored card. Likely produced in support of William Jennings Bryan who used suffrage as a platform during his third bid for…

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[Image: A block of text listing many of the rights sought by the Suffrage Movement. The first word, "I," is an ornately decorated dropcap. The postcard reads: "I do not have all the rights I want. I want the right to close the mines and mills against…

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[Image: A poster advertising concert. The text read, "A Grand Members Concert will shortly be given in the House of Commons, Admission by Insurance Card. Programme: Mr. McKenna will sing: I am the softest of the family. By kind permission of the…

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[Image: A seated woman dressed in the robes of the Speaker of the House of Commons while a another woman stands beside her carrying a ceremonial mace. The postcard is a satirical representation of what women serving in parliament would look like. The…

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