Postcard : Votes for Women! [Circa 1915-1920]

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Postcard : Votes for Women! [Circa 1915-1920]


This card features a full color illustration of a young girl painting "Give us our rites" on wall. She has also drawn a man hanging from a noose, the Statue of Liberty, and the slogan "Votes for Wimen." Behind her are an overturned baby carriage and a doll laying on the floor.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Mildred Spicer 88 Arch Street Akron, Ohio, and postmarked April 24, 1920. The message reads:
Dear Mildred-Well, how goes it? Are you well, going to school and happy? This is surely a nice day, trying to make up for some of the bad weather, I guess. Have you any new clothes this spring? Expect to wear my new shirt tomorrow for the first time. Lots of love, [obstructed name]


[Circa 1915-1920]


Children and politics
Statue of Liberty (New York, N.Y.)
United States--Ohio--Akron


New York : G.D.&D.

Original Format


Physical Dimensions

9 x 14 cm.