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Collection The Women´s Library: Suffrage Collection
Publisher Suffrage Atelier (1909-c.1914)
Date 1912-1914
Description Postcard, printed, cardboard, black and white images, black text, white border, produced by the Suffrage Atelier, series of ten images depicting the roles that women can have without being able to vote and those which men can have and are still able to vote, printed inscription front: 'What a Woman may be, and yet not have the Vote. MAYOR. NURSE. MOTHER. DOCTOR or TEACHER. FACTORY HAND. What a Man may have been, & yet not lose the Vote. CONVICT. LUNATIC. Proprietor of white Slaves. Unfit for Service. DRUNKARD', manuscript inscription reverse: 'To be had from The Artists Atelier 4 ? Villas Shepherds Bush W. price 1/2'.
Object Number TWL.2002.707
Rights The images and metadata presented in the The Women´s Library Suffrage Collection are copyright of The Women´s Library, London Metropolitan University. They may be used for private research and study purposes only. They must not be copied or amended in any way without first gaining the permission of the copyright holder. If you wish to reproduce an image from the Collection, please contact The Women´s Library.
 

 

 

 

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