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WOMENs RIGHTS. What a Woman may be and yet not have the Vote : English postcard, c1910



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WOMENs RIGHTS. What a Woman may be and yet not have the Vote : English postcard, c1910

WOMENs RIGHTS.
" What a Woman may be and yet not have the Vote" : English postcard, c1910

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Media ID 6212615

1910 Feminism Movement National Womens Suffrage Assoc National Womens Suffrage Association Post Card Scanpix Suffragette


Greetings Card (7"x5")

"Step back in time with our captivating selection from the Media Storehouse range of historical greeting cards. This vintage postcard, dating back to circa 1910, titled "Women's Rights: What a Woman may be and yet not have the Vote," is a poignant reminder of the past struggle for women's suffrage. Featuring an evocative image from The Granger Collection, this card is a beautiful and thought-provoking way to celebrate the strength and resilience of women. Perfect for International Women's Day, birthdays, or as a unique thank you card, this card is sure to leave a lasting impression."

Folded Greeting Cards (12.5x17.5 cm) have a laminate finish and are supplied with an envelope. The front and inside can be personalised with text in a selection of fonts, layouts and colours.

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Estimated Product Size is 12.5cm x 17.5cm (4.9" x 6.9")

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This powerful print captures the essence of the women's rights movement in early 20th century England. The postcard, dating back to 1910, serves as a reminder of the struggles faced by suffragettes and feminists during that time. Titled "WOMENs RIGHTS. What a Woman may be and yet not have the Vote" it highlights the inequality experienced by women who were denied their basic right to vote. The image showcases an English woman who embodies strength, intelligence, and determination despite being disenfranchised. It symbolizes how women could achieve great things in society, contributing to various fields such as education, art, science, and literature while still being denied political representation. The National Women's Suffrage Association is mentioned on this historic postcard – an organization at the forefront of fighting for equal voting rights for women. This visual artifact serves as a testament to their relentless efforts towards achieving gender equality. Preserved by The Granger Collection in New York, this photograph reminds us of our collective responsibility to continue advocating for equal rights today. It stands as a poignant reminder that progress has been made but also underscores how much further we still need to go in ensuring true gender parity across all aspects of life.

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