THE SUFFRAGETTE. "I TOLD YOU SO."

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Title

THE SUFFRAGETTE. "I TOLD YOU SO."

Description

[Image: Color on cream cardstock, printed vertically. Entitled THE SUFFRAGETTE. A fashionably dressed woman with a large Gibson Girl hairstyle and a tiny hat with oversized feather and hatpin is looking at a post on a wall. In the background is a man in striped pants, a jacket, a top hat with a large feather and what appears to be a flower. Above his patent leather shoes, his pants are tied at the ankles with green bows. The announcement on the wall reads:
THE MORNING SUFFRAGETTE
BULLETIN.
A NEW ERA OF
PROSPERITY AT
HAND.
WITH THE NEWS THAT
A SUFFRAGETTE HAS
BEEN ELECTED AS
OUR NEXT PRESIDENTESS,
SEVERAL FLATIRON
AND ROLLING PIN
FACTORIES HAVE
RESUMED ON FULL
TIME.
IT IS STATED THAT
10,000,000 FLATIORNS
HAVE BEEN ORDERED
BY THE NEW WAR
DEPARTMENT ALONE.
At the bottom of the postcard, in large print is the caption “I TOLD YOU SO.”] Print. Color. Size 9x14 cm. Copyright 1909. Card number 4012.

Source

Catherine H. Palczewski Postcard Archive, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA: http://www.uni.edu/palczews/postcard_archive.html

Publisher

Walter Wellman

Date

1909

Files

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Citation

“THE SUFFRAGETTE. "I TOLD YOU SO.",” The Suffrage Postcard Project, accessed April 9, 2020, https://thesuffragepostcardproject.omeka.net/items/show/137.