VOTES FOR WOMEN

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Title

VOTES FOR WOMEN

Subject

Three is person with masculine traits wearing a long green skirt and a red top suite and hat. The person is holding up a sign that says "Votes for Women." There are two men looking at the person.

Description

"There ain't much 'am in that sandwich, 'Arry."
"No; but there's plenty of mustard."

VOTES FOR WOMEN

[Image: A colored photo postcard featuring two men standing on a street corner outside a shop talking, beside a mannish suffragette holding a "Votes for women" placard.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Emma [?] 911 16th St. Detroit, Michigan, and postmarked February 1914. The handwritten message reads: "Hello. Emma How you was. I forgotten your House address so will send it to Stumms. Hope you get it OK & Rec'd you card glad to get it glad you are getting all relief. are you still at home. These are busy days all right here. How about it there good old time for mine. Best from [illegible]."]

Source

Ann Lewis Women's Suffrage Collection (Postcards and Stamps), https://lewissuffragecollection.omeka.net/

Florey, Kenneth. American Women Suffrage Postcards: A study and Catalog. McFarland & Company, Inc., 2015

Publisher

Holmfirth, England, and New York: Bamforth & Co., Ltd.

Date

1914

Files

Votes for Women.jpg

Collection

Citation

“VOTES FOR WOMEN,” The Suffrage Postcard Project, accessed October 31, 2020, https://thesuffragepostcardproject.omeka.net/items/show/774.

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