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  • Collection: Postcards and Stamps

Postcard : Why not let mother vote? [Circa 1910-1915]
Reprinted "courtesy of the Chicago Record-Herald." The illustration depicts two women standing in front of a voter registration center where men, all with cigars hanging from their mouths, are lined up out the door. One woman says to another, "And…

Postcard : Don't consult machine politicians about woman suffrage - talk it over with fair minded men "who have no ax to grind." 1910
This card is part of a set of 30 postcards, each containing a message, or aphorism, about suffrage. The cards were created by commercial publishing company, The Cargill Company, and were "endorsed and approved by the National American Woman Suffrage…

POST-1910-39 Mere Man.JPG
Postcard featuring an illustration of parade of young girls with signs, one riding a goat, with a young boy standing in the foreground, with his thumb pointed back at the girls.

POST-1910-40 You Believe.JPG
Part of a series of postcards, this card is labeled S199. The illustration is a girl wearing a "Votes for Women" sash, threatening a young boy with a rolling pin.

POST-1926-01 IWSC Correspondence Stamp Paris .jpg
Blue and white stamp created for the International Woman Suffrage Alliance for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship held in France, May 30 - June 6, 1926. The illustration, by David Burnand,

POST-1911-03 IWSC Correspondence Stamp Stockholm.jpg
Yellow and white stamp created for the International Woman Suffrage Alliance for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship held in Stockholm, Sweden, June 12-17, 1911.

POST-1913-23 IWSC Correspondence Stamp Budapest yellow.jpg
Yellow, purple, and white stamp with an illustration of two women holding hands over the Earth.

The stamp was one of two created for the International Woman Suffrage Congress, held in Budapest, June 15-20, 1913.

POST-1913-24 IWSC Correspondence Stamp Budapest blue.jpg
Blue, pink, and white stamp with an illustration of two women holding hands over the Earth.

The stamp was one of two created for the International Woman Suffrage Congress, held in Budapest, June 15-20, 1913.

POST-1914-25 French Le vrai Plebiscite.jpg
Postcard with an illustration of a French soldier embracing a woman after the country of Alsace voted to reunite with France. The caption reads: "The real plebiscite. Plebiscite: She'll vote?. . . SO." The illustration was created by artist and…

POST-1907-14 British Men in black robes.jpg
Photographic postcard of a group of men, some of the Members of Parliament.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss E. Majer 14 Repent Ln. Clifton Bristol, and postmarked April 10, 1907.

The handwritten message reads:
Houses of…