WHY DIDN'T YOU STAY SINGLE!

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Title

WHY DIDN'T YOU STAY SINGLE!

Description

WHY DIDN'T YOU
STAY SINGLE!

VOTES
FOR
WOMEN

[Image: At the center of this vertical postcard a well-dressed man in a black pinstriped suit, brown dress-shoes, bowler hat, spectacles, vest, tie, and tie pin is pushing a wicker pram with a crying twins inside. The one closest to the father is dressed in white with a blue jacket and hat with a large blue bonnet with blue bow, and the baby furthest from the father is dressed in white with a pink jacket and hat with a large pink bow. In the background is a man is a dark suit, bowler, black dress shoes, dress shirt, but no tie. He has a picket sign (like a sandwich board so that the sign is on both the front and the back) that reads, "Votes for Women." The Top of the card reads, "WHY DIDN'T YOU" (capitalized, red font on yellow background) and the bottom of the card reads, "STAY SINGLE!" (capitalized, red font on yellow background. The card is signed by Walter Wellman and his copyright is in the bottom left hand corner above the word "STAY."] Print. Color on cream cardstock. 14x9 cm.

Creator

Bernhardt Wall

Source

Palczewski Suffrage Postcard Archive, https://scholarworks.uni.edu/suffrage_images/

Publisher

New York: The Ullman Manufacturing Company

Date

ca. 1910

Files

Stay Single  2773.jpg

Citation

Bernhardt Wall, “WHY DIDN'T YOU STAY SINGLE!,” The Suffrage Postcard Project, accessed October 3, 2022, https://thesuffragepostcardproject.omeka.net/items/show/114.

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