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PERI-1908-04 Puck Go to Limit 1908-0318.JPG
Full color cartoon published in Puck Magazine, a weekly humor magazine first published in 1871 until 1918. This page has been removed from the original issue.

Caption: "For the benefit of those ladies who ask the right to smoke in…

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Made a connection between women's political progress and electrical progress and encouraged women to purchase small electrical appliances.

This may have been published in The Century magazine. On the reverse of the advertisement is an…

PERI-1885-02 Puck Post Offices.JPG
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…

PERI-1917-02 Life Untried Ways of Winning.JPG
Illustration by Ellison Hoover, appeared on page 707 of Life Magazine, entitled "Some (as yet) untried ways of winning the vote." Features five vignettes of women using militant tactics to persuade men, including violence, hitting a man in the face…

PERI-1880-01 Harpers Weekly Women at Polls 1880-1113.JPG
Hand colored engraving by Howard Pyle, appeared on page 724 of Harper's Weekly, entitled "Women at the Polls in New Jersey in the Good Old Times." The illustration shows women casting votes at a municipal election, referring back to the period from…

PERI-1915-03 Life Screechers May 1915.jpg
Illustration of a woman speaking to a man in a crowd of people. In the background is a woman standing on a platform with her arm raised, speaking about votes for women.

PERI-1913-07 Life Tullia 1913-0515.jpg
Clipping from an issue of Life Magazine shows a large group of women carrying "Votes for Women" signs racing into a room as a group of male legislators retreat.

The title, "Tullia" is a reference to Tullia Minor, the last queen of Rome who helped…

PERI-1914-01 Life In 1950.jpg
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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Originally published in McClure's Magazine, Vol. 42, this was a series of humorous illustrations that tell the story of Suzanne, a suffragist, and her efforts to sway him by overexposing him to the anti-suffrage rhetoric of a neighbor, Mrs.…

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…