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    Woman's Suffrage: Suffrage Poster. Published by the Artists Suffrage League, this poster pleas for the vote for women by depicting a couple laboring at the same task. The female, however, is working at a disadvantage because she has not been given the same tools as the man. The caption reads "Brothers, let us give her a truck too" implying that if she is equal to the same task, she should receive the same considerations. Measuring 19.75" x 30", this poster has been folded in quarters and has a 5" long tear from the top center edge. It also has a small hole in the upper left quadrant, tears with paper loss on the right center edge, and two tears with loss in the top margin. Else very good condition.

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    May, 2010
    22nd Saturday
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