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Special newspaper issued by the Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York. It is a compilation of articles on the written about the anti-suffrage movement and the reasons for opposition to suffrage.…

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The Potsville, Pennsylvania branch of the Pomeroy's Department Store published this anti-suffrage booklet that tells the story of ten little girls holding up various suffrage banners as one by one they are diverted from their task, leaving none. The…

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Mary Caswell was the president of the Southern California Assn. Opposed to Women's Suffrage. In this address, Caswell outlines in detail the reasons for opposing woman suffrage. Sections include:
Misleading Statements
Women in Public…

DOCU-1915-03 Should we ask.jpg
Griswold was an American author opposed to woman suffrage. In this piece, she details the reasons why women should reconsider the franchise.

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Griswold was an American author opposed to woman suffrage. In this piece, she details the reasons why women should reconsider the franchise.

POST-1908-06 I want my vote.jpg
Photograph postcard of a suffragette represented as a vicious looking cat shrieking "I want my Vote." The background colors are purple, white, and green, which were representative of the Women's Social and Political Union.

On the verso, the card…

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Illustration of an angry cat holding a placard with the slogan "Vote for shes."

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss L.H. Stiles Wickerford House Wickerford Worcester, and postmarked September 10, 1911.

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Part of a series of cards, this card contains an illustration of a man wearing a bathrobe and holding two babies in his arms. Inset to the upper right is a woman addressing a crowd of people, with the words "Why should not women run the government?"

POST-1905-10 Downhearted Suffragettes.jpg
Postcard with a cartoon illustration of a police officer struggling to carry a woman who is holding out a "Votes for Women" sign from Police Court.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss E. Harding "milwyn Villa" Blaengarw N. Bridgend, and…

POST-1909-57 Suffragette goes to glory.jpg
Postcard is part of a six-card series entitled "The Suffragette. This card shows an ugly buck-toothed suffragists sticking her head through the bars of the carriage taking her to jail. She is holding a "Votes for women" flag upside-down.

On the…