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    Woman's Suffrage: Rare Art Nouveau Suffragist Calendar. 5.5" x 11". This is only the second example of this rare Art Nouveau calendar ever to turn up in a suffrage collection. It was published and copyrighted by P.F. Volland & Company, Chicago. It is a perpetual calendar in that it gives quotations for every numbered day of the month without listing corresponding days of the week. Still, this is probably the most spectacular of all of the American suffrage calendars known, including those that are from official sources. Holed at top to be hung and still contains original cord. Some minor staining to cover, which has a few bends, as well as a few bends to some of the pages.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2020
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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