Postcard : Votes for women. [1913]

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Title

Postcard : Votes for women. [1913]

Description

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 in the oven!"

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Enid Matson Hotel Prince Baudouin Knock-sur-Mer Belgium, and postmarked 1914. The handwritten message reads: "Dear Enid / I was awfully pleased to receive your P.C. hearing you are enjoying yourself. / We don't hear much of these, on P.C. now. / I hope to see you very soon. / Yours with love, Chai

Date

[1913]

Subject

Anti-suffrage
Homemakers
Polling places

Publisher

Hampstead, London : E. Mack
Seven Oaks, England : J. Salmon

Original Format

Postcards

Physical Dimensions

9 x 14 cm.

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