Votes for Women!

Paper Dolls, Set C-0111 New York: McLoughlin Brothers, ca. 1915.

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McLoughlin Brothers printed papers dolls from its earliest days in the 1850s. This sheet of uncut paper dolls and outfits, including a suffragette costume with a Votes for Women placard, dates from the 1910s and shows both the continuity of McLoughlin’s production, and its efforts to adapt its products to current sociopolitical issues and trends.

Adopted by Lin & Tucker Respess

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