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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…

POST-1910-50 To my Valentine Holloway.jpg
Postcard shows a police officer holding an angry suffragist who is carrying a "Votes for women" flag.

The poem refers to Holloway Prison in London, where many suffragists were imprisoned.

POST-1912-12 A perfect woman.jpg
Postcard depicts an ugly buck-toothed suffragette waving a flag, "I want a vote," above her head in front of the sign, 'Give me a vote and see what I'll do!'

On the verso, the card is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Owens 8 Tower Bridge Buildings Mill…

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Illustration of an older woman, holding a "Votes for Women" placard in one hand and an axe in the other hand, speaking to a police officer.

PERI-1884-01 Harvard Lampoon Womans Rights Party 1884-1017.JPG
Issue of The Harvard Lampoon featuring a cartoon reprinted from the XXXX, entitled, "The Woman's Rights Party will make great efforts to bring out their vote on Nov. 4th." The cartoon shows a group of men and women standing in line to vote. The…

PERI-1910-14-1 Vanity Fair No 1233 front.JPG
Color caricature of a woman in a long green dress reaching out with one hand. The subject was Christabel Pankhurst, eldest daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and a co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union.

The artist, Leslie Ward,…

PERI-1912.04 Puck Don't cross line.jpg
Cartoon and satirical article published in Puck magazine, a weekly humor magazine first published in 1871 until 1918. This page was removed from the original issue.

The illustration shows a woman standing in the middle of a box with a dotted line,…

PERI-1912-05 Asks for her Rights.jpg
Full color caricatures published on page 16 of Puck magazine, a weekly humor magazine first published in 1871 until 1918. This page has been removed from the original issue.

Illustration shows a woman going ahead of a waiting line at a ticket…

PERI-1896-01 Puck First Meeting.jpg
Full color cartoon from Puck Magazine, a weekly humor magazine first published in 1871 until 1918. This page has been removed from the original issue.

Illustration shows six scenes. A group of women are seated next to one another, addressed by…