'The Appeal of Womanhood' poster: 1912
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'The Appeal of Womanhood. We want the vote to stop the white slave traffic'. Propaganda poster used on the Edinburgh to London march of the Brown women in 1912. Probably a riposte to Harold Bird's 'No Votes Thank You' anti-suffragette poster published for an anti-suffrage meeting at the Albert Hall in Feb. 1912. This poster shows the 'womanly woman' wanting the vote, with special reference to the white slave traffic. This poster was designed and printed at the Atelier 6 Stanlake Villas, Shepherd's Bush, London W.
1912 AD - 1912 BC