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COLLECTION Identifier: Gr-1

Poster collection of Alice Park, 1903-1926

Coming in with the Tide. Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 29 x 20; Artist: E[mily] J. Harding Andrews; Remarks: Woman bearing mop labeled antisuffrage society trying to sweep back the tide of "Votes for Women" from her doorstep. A poster on her door reads, "Coming in with the tide indeed! I'll soon stop their TIDE!!" Mounted on linen. (color) (1 color slide)

Handicapped! Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 29 x 19 second copy 30 x 20; Artist: "G"; Remarks: Woman in a row boat, rowing toward the Houses of Parliament being passed by a man in a sailboat. His sail is labeled "Votes." Mounted on linen. Two copies. (color) (1 color slide, 1 negative, 1 copy print)

Votes for Workers. Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 29 x 19 second copy 30 x 20; Artist: W. F. Winter; Remarks: Woman sitting before a sewing machine in the evening, sleeping. Mounted on linen. Two copies. (sepia) (2 color slides, 1 negative, 1 copy print)

"They Have A Cheek I've Never Been Asked." Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 40 x 29; Artist: Emily Ford; Remarks: Working woman in red shawl standing in front of a door labeled "Factory Acts Regulations for Women." The year 1908 appears on the poster. On the back of the poster is written Miss Park, Dec 2. Mounted on linen. Two copies, the second copy is not in as good condition as the first. (color) (1 slide)

Convicts and Lunatics Have No Vote For Parliament Should All Women Be Classed With These? Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 40 x 30; Artist: Emily J. Harding Andrews; Remarks: Woman in cap and gown, convict and lunatic behind bars. Woman holds a padlock and above her head appear the words: "She. It is time I Got Out Of This Place. Where Shall I Find The Key?" Mounted on linen. (color) (2 color slides)

Votes for Mother. "She Works For Us Now That Father's Dead." Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 40 x 30; Artist: ?; Remarks: Four children, three sitting on the floor. The one standing is writing on the wall, "Votes for Mother." Mounted on linen. Three copies. (color) (1 color slide, 1 negative, 1 copy print)

Women's Suffrage March and Mass Meeting, Saturday June 13th, Embankment 3 o'clock, Albert Hall 4:30. Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 60 x 40; Artist: C. M. Watts; Remarks: Figure of armored woman standing on the ramparts and blowing a trumpet. Route: Northumberland Avenue, Cockspur Street, Waterloo Place, Piccadilly, Knightsbridge, Albert Hall. Tickets for the Albert Hall Meeting, from 6d. to 5s. to be obtained National Union of Woman's Suffrage Societies, 25, Victoria Street, Westminster. Mounted on linen. (color) 1 color slide, 2 colors, 2 color transparencies.

The Dog In The Manger, Chorus of Anti-Suffragists "What We Don't Want You Shan't Have." Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 60 x 40; Artist: ?; Remarks: Women in barn looking menacingly at young girl standing next to a cow. The words "Women's franchise" and a dog appear above the heads of the women. (color) (1 color slide of detail; 1 color slide of whole)

"Why Won't They Let The Women Help." Digital

Scope and Contents Size: 30 x 40; Artist: ?; Remarks: Father taking care of three children and cooking in a pot labeled "free trade" and steaming "Tariff Reform." A child toots a horn with the caption "Educate Me" and the headlines on a newspaper read "Unemployment Poor Law Reform Welsh Disestablishment." A child reads a book labeled "Infant death rate, Medical Inspection of schools." Mounted on linen. (color) (2 slides)