Let's pull together!

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Let's pull together!


[Image: At the top of this vertical postcard is the title "VOTES FOR WOMEN." Below the title is a young boy wearing a white shirt and green short-pants. He has on white, mid-calf socks and flesh colored children's dress shoes. He has a significantly receding hairline which gives him the appearance of a Kewpie Doll. His left let is lifted to indicate that he's pulling on a rope with all his might. He is focused on the rope and flagpole directly in front of him. Aside the him is a little girl in a blue dress, white bloomers, white mid-calf socks, and white children's dress shoes. Her blond hair is swept back and a blue bow holds it in place. She is looking back with a smile, over her right shoulder, as she leans in to help pull on the rope. A yellow banner with the words, "Votes for Women" is their focus and they are attempting to hoist it into place. Behind the children is a yellow circle that frames them and appears to be symbolic of the sun. Under the children's feet are the words, "Let's pull together!" in flowing, black font. On the bottom-left corner of the card "EMILY-HALL CHAMBERLIN." On the bottom-right corner is copyright information: "© 1915 CAMPBELL ART CO ELIZABETH N.J. 312."] Print. Full Color on cream cardstock. Public. 14x9 c.m.


Emily Hall Chamberlin, National American Woman Suffrage Association


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

Dr. Joan Iversen: Women's Suffrage Postcards: http://drjoaniversen.com/womens-suffrage-postcards/


New York: National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company
© Campbell Art Company, Elizabeth, New Jersey




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Emily Hall Chamberlin, National American Woman Suffrage Association, “Let's pull together!,” The Suffrage Postcard Project, accessed June 28, 2022, https://thesuffragepostcardproject.omeka.net/items/show/78.