Clipping : Cartoons magazine. The Washington Parade. [1913]

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Clipping : Cartoons magazine. The Washington Parade. [1913]


Reproductions of drawings by John Clubb, William O'Loughlin, Ralph Wilder, and Guy Spencer, originally published in the Rochester Herald, Portland Telegram, Chicago Record Herald, and Omaha World Herald.

The cartoons depict the National American Woman Suffrage Association's March 3, 1913 parade held in Washington, D.C. the day before President Woodrow Wilson's inauguration.

"Shake" by Clubb, shows a suffragist holding a "Votes for Women" banner shaking hands with a man wearing a "Votes for Daydreamers" sash and holding a "Absentee votes for Travelers banner.

"During the Parade" by O'Loughlin, shows a woman with a "Votes for Women" sign being pulled off the ground away from a bunch of mice and shouting "A Chair. A Chair. My Kingdom for a Chair."

"Having Trouble Making the First Page" by Wilder, shows a woman seated on a park bench with two men, writing the story of the suffrage parade on a blank newspaper.

"A Suggestion" by Spencer, shows a parade float labeled "My Wife's in the Parade." The float is carrying a man at the center making dinner surrounded by children.




Cartoons (Commentary)--1910-1920
Gender roles
National American Woman Suffrage Association
Parades & processions--Washington (D.C.)--1910-1920
Women--Political activity--Washington (D.C.)--1910-1920
Women's suffrage--Washington (D.C.)--1910-1920.


Clubb, John Scott, 1875-1934
O'Loughlin, William
Wilder, Ralph, 1875-1924
Spencer, Guy R., 1878-1945


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


2 p.



Original Format

Clippings (information artifacts)

Physical Dimensions

29 x 21.5 cm.