Suffragists—and their opponents—sold a variety of postcards that featured colorful illustrations and photographs to support their cause
Postcards were extremely popular in the early 20th century. Commercial photographers sold postcards of suffrage protests, while the National American Woman Suffrage Association’s publishing company sold postcards with attractive propaganda, often designed by female artists. Some postcards highlighted women’s patriotism, while others featured anti-suffrage imagery.
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