Suffrage and Anti-suffrage Postcards
Imagine the first decade of the 1900s - a time with no e-mail and the telephone still a novelty. But a time when an interesting form of communication - the postcard - was experiencing it's "Golden Age." During the struggle for women's rights these postcards were a major means of advocating both for and against "woman suffrage." Pictured here are a few facsimiles of the suffrage movement postcards from the early 1900s.
Images of the above
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