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    Woman's Suffrage: Rose O'Neill Kewpie Doll Card. Rose O'Neill, the creator of the Kewpie Doll, was an ardent suffragist who lent her work to the movement. This particular card of four of her Kewpies carrying a banner that says "Vote for Our Mothers" is generally regarded as the most attractive of her several postcards. It certainly is the rarest, and once brought over $700 at a New York postcard auction about fifteen years ago. Some very minor rounding of the edges, but generally in very fine condition.

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    May, 2009
    13th-14th Wednesday-Thursday
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