Puck magazine : "Where A Woman Belongs according to those who oppose her right to vote." Art Young. [Circa 1912]

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Title

Puck magazine : "Where A Woman Belongs according to those who oppose her right to vote." Art Young. [Circa 1912]

Description

Cartoon and satirical article published in Puck magazine, a weekly humor magazine first published in 1871 until 1918. This page was removed from the original issue.

The illustration shows a woman standing in the middle of a box with a dotted line, holding up an apron and standing between an oven and a baby cryiing in a cradle. Outside of the box are the words "Don't step over this line."

On the same page is the article, "Fashion Notes for the Year 1925." This article features women members of Congress, the Supreme Court, and Cabinet in 1925 who are focused entirely on fashion. Included among the imagined names are Congresswoman Brazenly, Mrs. Anastasia Annabelle Nerve, and Mrs. Evangeline C. Fittzhallow M. Bussler.

Date

[Circa 1912]

Subject

Cartoons (Commentary)--1890-1900
Fashion
Satire
Social role
Suffrage--United States--Caricature and cartoons

Creator

Young, Art, 1866-1943

Publisher

New York : Keppler & Schwarzmann

Format

1 p.

Language

English

Identifier

PERI.1912.04

Original Format

Photomechanical prints
Magazines (periodicals)

Physical Dimensions

36 x 27 cm.

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