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Woman's Suffrage: Rare Gauze 1913 Suffrage Pennant. Most known suffrage pennants are made of felt, a few of linen. This is the first that we have seen made with white painted letters on gauze.

Most known suffrage pennants are made of felt, a few of linen. This is the first that we have seen made with white painted letters on gauze.

Suffragette comic

"My wife joined the Suffrage Movement (I've suffered ever sense)" - United States Anti-Suffrage Poster Funny, their argument hasn't changed.

"Votes For Women" suffrage pin by the Women's Political Union. Purple, white, and green (or sometimes gold) were the colors of the Suffragettes.

Broad Arrows by Becky Brown Emmeline Pankhurst arrested in 1914 The British WSPU made good use of the idea of repeated arr.

1913 - Note banner: "First Woman Suffragist[s?] Arrested in London. I wonder if that identifies someone in the procession, or calls out the event?

Miliband faces protest backlash: Unease as Labour leader ranks marchers alongside suffragettes

anti-suffragette cartoon - Notice the gawky, frenzied suffragette running behind the poised and graceful pillar of true womanhood. The message being, a real woman wants no part of anything as base as politics.

"Notice the gawky, frenzied suffragette running behind the poised and graceful pillar of true womanhood. The message being, a real woman wants no part of anything as base as politics." 12 cruel anti-suffragette cartoons - The Week

"Women make up 51% of the U.S. population, yet comprise only 17% of Congress" via Miss Representation

Dorothy Newell, an outgoing young woman with a sense of humor, promotes women's enfranchisement by wearing the words "Votes for Women" emblazoned on her

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