Clipping : Cartoons magazine. As Viewed in Canada. [Circa 1912-1913]

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Title

Clipping : Cartoons magazine. As Viewed in Canada. [Circa 1912-1913]

Description

Reproduction of a drawing by Arthur George Racey originally published in the Montreal Star.

As viewed in Canada. Canadian woman, "Why all this unnecessary and unasked fro fuss on my behalf. If I wish for suffrage in my country, all I have to do is ask for it." The cartoon shows a woman, labeled Miss Wylie (British suffragist Barbara Wylie), speaking to a well-dressed Canadian woman.

Barbara Wylie was an active member of the Women's Social and Political Union in England from 1909 until 1912 when she left for Canada to do a suffrage speaking tour. She was arrested during a protest outside of His Majesty's Theatre in London on May 22, 1914.

Date

[1912]

Subject

Caricatures and cartoons--Periodicals
Racey, Arthur George, 1870-1941
Women--Suffrage--Canada
Women--Suffrage--England
Wylie, Barbara Fanny, c.1862-1954)

Creator

Racey, Arthur George, 1870-1941

Publisher

Chicago : Ill. : H.H. Windsor, Editor and Publisher

Format

2 p. ; 29 x 21.5

Language

English

Original Format

Clippings (information artifacts)

Physical Dimensions

29 x 21.5 cm.

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