Caption: “The last few buttons are always the hardest.” -Chapin in the Louis Star
Caption: ‘Won’t you let me help you John?’ Old Age Pensions, Temperance, Wife’s Sisters Bills, Infant Death Rate, Barmaids, Poor Law Reform, Religious Education, Factory Legislation, Cry of the Children, Free Food-Schools Children, Peace Proposals
Caption: 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, and yet not lose the vote: Convict, Lunatic, Proprietor of white slaves, Unfit for Service, Drunkard
The Only Way “”Woman Suffrage Plank” “Equal Pay” “1000000 Votes” “Shorter Hours” “The Unanswerable Argument for Suffrage”
Spirit of 1000000 Women Voters “Politics is no place for women”
Anti-Suffrage Caption: “WHAT! DINNER NOT READY YET! WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN DOING?
An anti-suffragist sings in the foreground, directed by a political boss and accompanied by a procurer, a dive keeper, a child labor employer, a grafter, a cadet, and a sweat-shop owner. Caption: "'I did not raise my girl to be a voter. (1915)
A pun of the story “The Lady or the Tiger”. Written by: Berryman HallHylan
Binds: Vote less Equality before the law No financial Control Artificial Limitations Prejudice Custom John Bull (representative of the British state) is asking the women to work for the happiness and education of the nation.
Caption: Suffragists on the War Path. “Jump on him! He is only a MERE man!” Talk of failure for women’s suffrage. Trying to portray the Suffragettes as “bitter old crones in a gender-war.” “Haven’t the Suffragettes the sense to see that the very worst way of campaigning for the vote is to try and intimidate a man into giving them what he would gladly give otherwise?” -Lloyd George, speaking in 1913.
Caption: “Make Way!” - Our Cause -Vote for Women -Our Rights -We Can Think Questions: Would this cartoon be detrimental to men’s support of women’s suffrage? Why? What is the significance of the face on the earth?
Caption: Hugging A Delusion Questions: Does this picture reflect the idea that women will replace family responsibility with political duty? How? How would this image influence people’s views on both sides of women’s suffrage?
Women Suffrage -President Grover Cleveland carrying books getting chased by Susan B. Anthony as Uncle Sam chuckles in the back ground by the tree.
Women Suffrage -Convention of Seneca Falls. -Starting point for Women suffrage. -over 300 attended.
What’s happening in the picture? When was it taken? What are the founding fathers forgetting?
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each House concurring therein), That the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States. Begun and held at the city of Washington on Monday, the nineteenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen (1919). “The rights of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. “Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.” Frederick H. Gillett Benjamin Gitlow - V.P.
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