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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…

POST-1905-05 Down with Tom Cats.jpg
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.

POST-1910-47 An Advocate for Womens Rights.jpg
Part of the "Orthochrome" Series of cards by photographers Andrew and George Taylor, this card features a picture of a cat wearing a hat and a shawl in the purple, white, and green colors of the Women's Social and Political Union. The cat has its paw…

POST-1909-11 Suffrage Series No 11.JPG
Part of a twelve-card series of full-color lithographic postcards opposing woman suffrage.

This card, labeled Suffragette Series No. 11, features an illustration of man doing laundry. Next to him on the floor are a child and a cat. A sign in the…

MEMR.1890.05.jpg
Brown ceramic cat with an open bottom. Along the base is the slogan "Votes for Women."

The cat figurines and bud vases were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America. These figurines were produced in blue,…

MEMR.1890.02.jpg
Blue ceramic cat with an open bottom. Along the base is the slogan "Votes for Women." The blue is faded.

The cat figurines and bud vases were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America. These figurines were…

MEMR-1890-02 Grey Cat Figurine I want my Votes.JPG
Blue ceramic cat with an open bottom. Along the base is the phrase "I want my Vote."

The cat figurines and bud vases were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America. These figurines were produced in blue,…

MEMR.1890.06.jpg
Brown ceramic cat with an open top. Along the base is the phrase "Votes for Women."

Cat vases and figurines were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America.

There are no markings on the vase to indicate the…

MEMR.1890.04.jpg
Blue ceramic cat with an open top. Along the base is the phrase "Votes for Women."

Cat vases and figurines were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America.

There are no markings on the vase to indicate the…