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    1910 Sign - Do We Want the Suffragette? The Pictorial Review was a popular monthly publication out of New York from the late 1890s through the 1930s. Offered here is an advertising sign of 14" x 11" on heavy cardstock advertising the features to be found in the February issue (15 cents) of (almost certainly) 1910. The headline reads, "Do We Want the Suffragette? By an American Woman Who Has Voted" followed by "What the Public-Spirited Woman Can Do and How She Can Do It." During this period in American history, a few states allowed women to vote within their borders. It would be 1920 before the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution granted nation-wide suffrage to women. Other items to be found in this issue were, "How To Be A Milliner" and "18 Pages of New Fashions." Brightly printed in two colors, this sign is in very fine condition with very minor soiling and bumped corners. A great Suffragette collectible, not common.

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