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Suffragette and Votes For Women cartoons from Punch magazine

The Catch of the Season. Conductorette (to Mr Asquith). "Come along, Sir. Better late than never."

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Votes For Women, The New Woman, Suffragette Cartoons
The Catch of the Season. Conductorette (to Mr Asquith). "Come along, Sir. Better late than never."