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Advertisement for Kellogg's toasted corn flakes features a parade of young girls carrying boxes of toasted corn flakes as though they were placards. The slogan "Votes for Women" is along the top and along the bottom is a message signed by W.K.…

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Advertisement for the Liberty Bell Campaign by the Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association. This campaign was created to lobby for a state suffrage referendum in 1915. Suffragists commissioned a replica of the Liberty Bell, known as the "Justice…

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Flier listing objections to woman's suffrage and responses to refute those statements, "People Say . . . We Say . . . "

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Cardboard advertisement for Sapolio cleaner;
One side contains information about Sapolio and its uses. Among the slogans on the bottom half is this one: "A suffragette is Mrs. Brown Who's cleaning up in Spotless Town. When she discovers wrongs to…

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Le Petit Journal, or “The Little Newspaper”, was a daily newspaper published from 1863 to 1944. In 1884, the paper began to include a weekly illustrated supplement.

This issue includes an article and illustration entitled: "Manifestations des…

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On the front is a picture of Susan B. Anthony. Inside are ten straight pins on one side with the title "Ten Pins" and on the other side and back is a list entitled "Ten Opinions Why Women Should Vote."

This may have been distributed during the…

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Enamel on brass pin in the shape of a flag on its pole, containing the slogan "Votes for Women."

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Black silk rosette with red, white, and blue ribbon tails. Printed in black on the three ribbons is the slogan "Votes for Women" Attached to the rosette is a gold celluloid "Votes for Women" button.

The rosette is ripped on one side.

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Gold stick pin with a gold eagle on the top. Threaded through the pin is a small white paper flag stamped with the slogan "Votes for Women."

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Hand-painted bisque of an African woman with a club in one hand and a "Votes for Women" sign in the other hand. The woman is dressed in a white corset and panties. Her mouth is wide open.

The word "suffragette" is encized into the base and…