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POST-1910-40 You Believe.JPG
Part of a series of postcards, this card is labeled S199. The illustration is a girl wearing a "Votes for Women" sash, threatening a young boy with a rolling pin.

POST-1910-46 Now Wheres My Vote.jpg
Postcard is part of Series 591, and depicts a young girl, wearing a large bow, struggling to hold up a very large hammer.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Elsie J. Termouth Elmtree Suffolk Street Helensburgh, and postmarked May 26,…

POST-1909-37 Down with man-made laws.jpg
Postcard is part of a six-card series entitled "The Suffragette. This card features a a young girl making an address from on top of a barrel next to a "Votes for Women" placard as a police officer walks behind her.

POST-1907-08 Woman Suffrage Series Day Dawns.jpg
Commercial photo postcard published as part of a series entitled the "Dainty Series." The photo postcards feature studio portraits of the same young girl representing a militant suffragette in various scenarios.

This card features the child…

POST-1907-06 Woman Suffrage Series Man could do.jpg
Commercial photo postcard published as part of a series entitled the "Dainty Series." The photo postcards feature studio portraits of the same young girl representing a militant suffragette in various scenarios.

This card features the child,…

POST-1907-07 Woman Suffrage Series Rats.jpg
Commercial photo postcard published as part of a series entitled the "Dainty Series." The photo postcards feature studio portraits of the same young girl representing a militant suffragette in various scenarios.

This card features the child,…

POST-1909-38 Ambition.jpg
Sepia-toned postcard with an illustration of a little girl standing on a chair, addressing her dolls, seated on the floor. Above the dolls is the sign, "Suffragettes' Meeting," and above that is a sign with the seal for England.

On the verso, the…

POST-1905-04 Votes for Sheep.jpg
Part of a series of postcards labeled "Valentine's Series." This satirical card contains a color illustration of a little girl, "Little Bo Peep," wearing a large hat. She is holding a shepherd's crook in one hand and a newspaper in the other. the…

POST-1907-05 Cry of Children.jpg
Pro-suffrage postcard by artist, C. Hedley Charlton. The card contains a black and white illustration of a group of girls and boys carrying placards with the slogan "Votes for Mammies."

POST-1912-09 Heavy Weight Suffragette.jpg
Color illustration of a boy with a black eye, holding a hand to his head, as a girl walks away.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Mr. Howard Leonard #9 Washington St. Westerly Rhode Island, and postmarked May 13, 1914. The message reads: "I…