Postcard : The Suffragette- Proudly goes to - glory. [Circa 1909-1910]

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Title

Postcard : The Suffragette- Proudly goes to - glory. [Circa 1909-1910]

Description

Postcard is part of a six-card series entitled "The Suffragette. This card shows an ugly buck-toothed suffragists sticking her head through the bars of the carriage taking her to jail. She is holding a "Votes for women" flag upside-down.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Ellie O'Brien Bawnfare Church Skibb, and postmarked 1912. The handwritten message reads: "Dear Ellie, / How are ye all since, I hope well. I want you to send me in the scarf I forgot, I am nearly dead for the past week with [illegible], my face is all swollen. What you brought in Sat. were cotton wet, even worse than our own. Your Sister Annie Don't forget to send me A Baryo address how is K. Shenahan at house"

Date

[Circa 1909-1910]

Subject

Arrest
Demonstrations
England--London
Police

Publisher

London : Raphael Tuck & Sons Co. Ltd.

Original Format

Postcards

Physical Dimensions

9 x 14 cm.

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