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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.

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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…

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Extracted from the artist, George Cruikshank's, "The Comic Almanack" for 1853, this pro-suffrage cartoon was originally the folded frontispiece of the publication. In it, a crowd of men and women surround the platform holding "The Ladies Candidate"…

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Full color cartoon published in Puck Magazine, a weekly humor magazine first published in 1871 until 1918. This page was removed from the original issue.

In one illustration, three women working behind the counter of the post office where a crowd…

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Page from an issue of Life Magazine with cartoon by artist, A.B. Walker containing humorous predictions about what life may be like in 1950. The drawing contains many vignettes of women in 1950, including: a woman president of the United States, the…

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Reproductions of drawings by John Clubb, William O'Loughlin, Ralph Wilder, and Guy Spencer, originally published in the Rochester Herald, Portland Telegram, Chicago Record Herald, and Omaha World Herald.

The cartoons depict the National American…

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Reproductions of drawings by Billy DeBeck and William Kemp Starrett, originally published in the Pittsburgh Gazette Times and the Knickerbocker Press.

The cartoons depict Rosalie Jones' suffrage hike from Manhattan to Albany, New York to bring…

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Reproductions of drawings by Clifford Berryman, Robert W. Satterfield, and J.H. Donahey, originally published in the Washington Star, Central Press Association, and the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The cartoons depict the National American Woman…

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Reproductions of drawings by Paul Plaschke, James North, and Arthur Racey originally published in the Louisville Post, Tacoma Daily Ledger, and Montreal Star.

"When The Women Vote" by Paul Plaschke shows a woman approaching a small house on…

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Reproduction of a drawing by Arthur George Racey originally published in the Montreal Star.

As viewed in Canada. Canadian woman, "Why all this unnecessary and unasked fro fuss on my behalf. If I wish for suffrage in my country, all I have to do is…