By Alice Sheppard
Tough traditional stereotypes of the political cartoonist, dozens of yankee ladies made cartoons advocating women's suffrage within the early 20th century. Their compelling and imaginitive cartoons, reinforced by means of newly confirmed paintings schooling for girls, offer incisive and bright commentaries on suffrage concerns. Sheppard interweaves histories of the political caricature and the suffrage flow with descriptions of the paintings and lives of in demand American ladies cartoonists. She examines the symbolism of the suffrage caricature, the original characteristics of cartoons created through girls, and relatives among those photographs and sleek feminist proposal. Her narrative is enlivened with over 200 examples of comic strip artwork, the results of vast examine in inner most and public collections. Cartooning for Suffrage will supply a vital framework in the event you could discover and combine those notable photographs into their paintings in historical past, artwork, politics, pop culture, and women's reviews.
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26. "Newsgirls" Promoting the Woman's Journal. Bain Collection, Courtesy Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 27. Woman Voter, September 1916. 28. Maryland Suffrage News. Courtesy Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore. 29. Nina E. Allender sorting cartoon prints. Courtesy Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 30. " Postcard. 5 1/2 × 3 1/2 inches. Artists' Suffrage League, England. Courtesy Michigan State University Libraries. 31. Isobel Pocock. Postcard, 5 1/2 × 3 1/2 inches.
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Puck, 16 April 1890. 1. Elizabeth Cady Stanton. 1856. Courtesy Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 2. " Harper's Weekly, June 1859. Courtesy Alice Marshall Collection, Camp Hill, Pa. 3. Anne Hutchinson. Courtesy the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College. 4. Margaret Fuller. Courtesy Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 5. " Godey's Ladies' Book, August 1869. 6. " Harper's New Monthly Magazine, August 1851. 7. " Lithograph. Currier & Ives. C. 8. " The Liberator, 7 January 1832.
Cartooning for suffrage by Alice Sheppard