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Instructions for poll-watchers to help curb illegal corruption or maneuvers to change the results of the election. The flier provides detailed instructions and logistics for being a watcher.

This leaflet is specific to the woman suffrage…

In preparation for the 1924 elections, the New York League of Women Voters distributed this informational flier to educate and encourage women to register to vote in time for the November 4 elections.

POST-1913-27 Cake in the Oven.jpg
Anti-suffrage postcard depicts a masculine looking woman running out of a polling booth, knocking poll officials to the floor. The inscription on the front is: "Votes for Women While in the act of voting, Mrs Jones remembers that she has left a cake…

POST-1880-01 Fleischmanns Yeast.jpg
Trade card advertisement for Fleischmann's Yeast. This card shows three women casting their ballots into a ballot box. The verso contains directions for use and several recipes.

POST-1909-23 Those in Favour.jpg
At a meeting, a mannish looking suffragette in a "Votes for Women" sash, raises the arm of a man next to her.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Millie Paddock Pawlet, Utah R.F.D., and postmarked July 12, [?]. The message reads: "Dear…

POST-1910-26 Good for 1000 Votes.jpg
Postcard with an illustration of a woman waving her arm, knocking over a glass. She is standing behind a ballot box, labeled "Vote for No. ___"

POST-1913-21 Darns men not sox.jpg
Gray illustration of a Dutch girl standing on a soap box, holding a "Votes for Women" flag.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Estella C [Listes?] Markleysburg Fayette Co. Pennsylvania, and postmarked May 19, 1914. The message reads:…

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…

POST-1912-02 Cobb X Shinn Series Buying Votes.jpg
This card, is part of a twelve-card series, featuring children, illustrated by Indiana artist Cobb Shinn. The illustration features a girl kissing a boy who is wearing a sailor suit. She is holding a "Votes for Wimmen" flag, and they are standing…

POST-1910-11 Think It Over Series Police Force.jpg
This card, Number 112, is part of a set of 30 postcards, each containing a message, or aphorism, about suffrage. The cards were created by commercial publishing company, The Cargill Company, and were "endorsed and approved by the National American…
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