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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.…

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Series of cards with Cupid as the central figure. This card features a black and white illustration of Cupid wearing a "Woman Suffrage" sash and holding a sign that reads: "Isn't your wife intelligent enough to vote? Mine is."

Campaign flier for candidate, John W. Davis, Congressman from West Virginia, Solicitor General of the United States, and U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, before he became the Democratic nominee for President in 1924. He lost the election to…

Flier argues that wives are partners to their husband's in the home and should also be able to vote as partners.

Issued in advance of the 1917 election when New York women were granted the right to vote.
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