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WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE, 1915. The Awakening. American cartoon, 1915, by Henry Mayer, showing an allegorical representation of the suffrage cause striding across the western states, where women already had the right to vote, toward the east, where women are reaching out to her. Printed below the cartoon is a poem by Alice Duer Miller Featured American Elections Print

WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE, 1915. The Awakening. American cartoon, 1915, by Henry Mayer, showing an allegorical representation of the suffrage cause striding across the western states, where women already had the right to vote, toward the east, where women are reaching out to her. Printed below the cartoon is a poem by Alice Duer Miller

WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE, 1915.
'The Awakening. American cartoon, 1915, by Henry Mayer, showing an allegorical representation of the suffrage cause striding across the western states, where women already had the right to vote, toward the east, where women are reaching out to her. Printed below the cartoon is a poem by Alice Duer Miller

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Phryne Before the Chicago Tribunal': American lithograph cartoon by Bernard Gillam, 1884, showing presidential candidate James G. Blaine appearing before the Republican Partys nominating convention in Chicago tattooed with various charges of corruption (inspired by Jean LÃÂ Featured American Elections Print

Phryne Before the Chicago Tribunal': American lithograph cartoon by Bernard Gillam, 1884, showing presidential candidate James G. Blaine appearing before the Republican Partys nominating convention in Chicago tattooed with various charges of corruption (inspired by Jean LÃÂ

BLAINE CARTOON, 1884.
'Phryne Before the Chicago Tribunal': American lithograph cartoon by Bernard Gillam, 1884, showing presidential candidate James G. Blaine appearing before the Republican Party's nominating convention in Chicago tattooed with various charges of corruption (inspired by Jean L

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Al Smith, the Democratic party candidate for President in 1928, and Herbert Hoover, the Republican contender, charge off to campaign in the regions where their support is weakest. Contemporary cartoon by Clifford Berryman Featured American Elections Print

Al Smith, the Democratic party candidate for President in 1928, and Herbert Hoover, the Republican contender, charge off to campaign in the regions where their support is weakest. Contemporary cartoon by Clifford Berryman

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1928.
Al Smith, the Democratic party candidate for President in 1928, and Herbert Hoover, the Republican contender, charge off to campaign in the regions where their support is weakest. Contemporary cartoon by Clifford Berryman

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