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Postcard designed by Gladys Letcher of the Suffrage Atelier, contains an illustration of Prime Minister Asquith delaying the vote for woman's suffrage.

The Suffrage Atelier was a publishing collective founded in 1909 to produce items for the…

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Part of a series of six pro-suffrage postcards, labeled Series No. E. 23, based on the children's rhyme, "This is the house that Jack built." All of the cards refer to the British Houses of Parliament.

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Part of a series of six anti-suffrage postcards, labeled Series No. E. 19, based on the children's rhyme, "This is the house that Jack built." All but one of the cards refers to the British Houses of Parliament.

This card may be referring to…

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Periodical containing cartoons reprinted from the London Daily Express. On the final page of this issue is a cartoon by artist,
Sidney Strube entitled "Far from the madding crowd." The illustration shows the Prime Minister, Herbert Henry Asquith,…

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Essay written by an unidentified author who argues against women's suffrage and discusses the importance of gender roles,

The author makes reference to England and Prime Minister William Gladstone.

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Brief article about Canadian Prime Minister, Robert Borden's statement to suffragists that he had no power to introduce a measure granting women the right to vote in Canada.

In 1912, Prime Minister Borden met with a delegation of five members of…