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    Suffragette Inez Milholland Boissevain Poster. Dressed in white and riding a white horse, carrying a banner representing the Suffrage effort, Ms. Boissevain led the "Great Suffrage Procession" in Washington, D.C. on March 3, 1913, where 8,000 women marched for Suffrage the day before Woodrow Wilson's inauguration. An active Suffrage speaker and advocate, Inez collapsed and died while speaking in Los Angeles about Suffrage. Her last words were, "How long must women wait for liberty?" The poster was produced by Alice Paul's National Woman's Suffrage Party to raise funds and commemorate Boissevain's ride through Washington and fateful death. This poster is in excellent condition with some minor edge wear and dirt. It is printed on heavy card stock and is 9" x 11". Gorgeous color and an inspiring graphic to women of the movement.

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