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- Tags: True Woman
WIFE: "Sir, can you help me, my husband earns 30/- a week and only gives me 5/- for food for myself and children." LAW: "I cannot help you my good woman, you husband need only keep you alive, that is one of the laws of England."
[Image: Suffragette rolls out dough in her kitchen to bake pastries. The text above the image reads: "The Women's Freedom League, 1, Robert Street, Adelphi." The text below the image reads: "Suffragettes at Home.–(1.) Mrs. Snow Makes Pastry."];…
[Image: Suffragette cooks jam in her kitchen. The text above the image reads: "The Women's Freedom League, I, Robert Street, Adelphi." The text below the image reads: "Suffragettes at Home.–(3.) Mrs. How Martyn Makes Jam."]; 9x14; print.
[Image: A vertical postcard shows a child-like "Betsy Ross" woman sitting in a rocking chair. On her lap lies a patchwork quilt piece. She is threading a needle. On the back of the rocking chair is a red and white doily or crocheted piece. The…