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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…

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Series of fliers urging voters to grant women the vote in Michigan in the upcoming election. The fliers compares the amount of time women spend out of the house working to the amount of time she would spend on politics and argues for suffrage as a…

POST-1914-23 Wall Vy Vont You Vot.jpg
A young Dutch girl and boy are seated across from one another.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Mrs. B. C. Williams Batavia, N.Y. The message reads: "Dear Friends. We will be in Batavia Sat. morning on the train that leaves Le Roy 10:53 over…

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Letter to the editor of the New York Times by author identified only as "A.P.P." The author argues that if women are granted equal rights, they may lose many of the rights they have already gained, including property, guardianship of children,…

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-1909-28 BW Angel Series Suffrage Speech.jpg
Series of cards with Cupid as the central figure. This card features a black and white illustration of Cupid standing on a platform, wearing a "We want the vote" sash, holding a gavel.

POST-1909-29 BW Angel Series Equal Rights.jpg
Series of cards with Cupid as the central figure. This card features a black and white illustration of Cupid painting the words "Equal Rights" onto the wall.

POST-1909-30 BW Angel Series Everyone of note.jpg
Series of cards with Cupid as the central figure. This card features a black and white illustration of Cupid seated, on the telephone.

POST-1909-31 BW Angel Series Heavy Work.jpg
Series of cards with Cupid as the central figure. This card features a black and white illustration of Cupid wearing a "Woman Suffrage" sash and holding a sign that reads: "Isn't your wife intelligent enough to vote? Mine is."

POST-1915-04 Campbell Art Co 311 Good Enough.jpg
This card is part of a series published by the National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company. It features an illustration by artist, Emily Hall Chamberlain, modeled after a cartoon by Homer Davenport, entitled "He's Good Enough for Me."

A young Uncle…