Black and white illustration, with four satirical images suggesting that suffragists harrassed people about prohibition, relied on bullying and coercing the infirm to get votes, and that the success of suffrage would set the stage for African Americans to gain equal rights, with a central headshot of attorney and presidential candidate Belva Ann Bennett Lockwood, captioned 'The American Woman in Politics, ' and published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper for the American market, 1884. ()

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Black and white illustration, with four satirical images suggesting that suffragists harrassed people about prohibition, relied on bullying and coercing the infirm to get votes, and that the success of suffrage would set the stage for African Americans to gain equal rights, with a central headshot of attorney and presidential candidate Belva Ann Bennett Lockwood, captioned 'The American Woman in Politics, ' and published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper for the American market, 1884. ()
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Black and white illustration, with four satirical images suggesting that suffragists harrassed people about prohibition, relied on bullying and coercing the infirm to get votes, and that the success of suffrage would set the stage for African Americans to gain equal rights, with a central headshot of attorney and presidential candidate Belva Ann Bennett Lockwood, captioned 'The American Woman in Politics, ' and published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper for the American market, 1884. ()
Location: United States