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Collection National Woman's Party Political Cartoon Collection
Catalog Number 1910.001.001
Object Name Drawing
Title "Congressional Chivalry: Put away that banner and help carry up the luggage!"
Date n.d.
Description A woman stands on the far left holding a banner that reads, "American women have been asking for political liberty since 1776." A man looks at her and gestures towards a pile of luggage, at the center of which is a sign that reads, "The Burdens of War." Another man on the far right writes " " Russia" at the bottom of a list entitled, "Political Liberty by National Action."
Artist Ourcadie, William
Dimensions H-23 W-16.5 inches
People Ourcadie, William
Freeman, Frederic William
Subjects Cartoons (Commentary)
Women's suffrage--United States--1910-1920
War
United States--Congress
Search Terms Women's suffrage--United States--1910-1920
War
United States--Congress
Provenance "Congressional Chivalry: Put away that banner and help carry up the luggage!" given to National Woman's Part by William Ourcadie. [The name "William Ourcadie" is a pseudonym for "Frederic W. Freeman."]