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1878: New York City Hotel for Women Only. Antique engraved scenes from Harper's Weekly, showing exterior and interior views of the Women's Hotel on Fourth Avenue, New York City. 11x16 in. $30

1917 Women Pioneers in Many Trades. Photographic portraits of eight women from the Ladies Home Journal of February, 1917. Each of the women shown was a pioneer in one of the following trades: metal work; stained glass; goldsmith; window display design; theater; art auctions; architecture and investment. 11x16 in. $40

Women Voting in Late 1700s New Jersey. Hand colored engraving from the Nov. 13, 1880 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Women at the Polls in New Jersey in the Good Old Times." Shows a scene inside a late 1700s polling place, where women are lining up to vote in a municipal election. An article on the back of the page discusses the pros and cons of allowing women to vote. It also refers to the short period in early New Jersey when women were enfranchised. 11x16 in. $60

1905 Cartoon: Women in Football. Satirical lithographed cartoon from the 1905 issue of Puck Magazine, titled "Football in 1906." Implying that women's football will be dainty and genteel if allowed to play the next year.
13 x 20 in. $80

Double page spread from the April 7, 1888 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. The Woman's International Council. A Group of Representative Delegates. Large photo shows picture of the women that make up the council, including Susan B. Anthony among many others.
16 x 22 in. $50

Portrait of Rosa Bonheur. Famous American Artist. Steel engraved by J.C. Buttre, NY. Engraved expressly for the ladies repository. Excellent condition. 6.5 X 10 in. $30

1902 Half-tone showing a group of women running after a ball in an advertisement for Ivory Soap. The article informs the reader that when the skin's pores are opened by exercising, there is greatest necessity for thorough cleansing with soap.
9-1/2 x 7 in. $20

1873 Wood engraving featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper showing in top image, "New York -- A Women's Reception To Miss Emily Faithfull At Steinway Hall -- Miss Faithfull Addressing the Audience;" and in bottom image, "The Late Mrs. Harrison Gray Otis, of Boston." Text surrounds
both images.
15 x 10 in. $30

1889 Half-page wood engraving featured in the German issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly showing an assembly of women at a women's convention for equal rights.
11 x 8-1/2 in. $30

1888 Hand colored wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly titled, "Women Voting At the Municipal Election in Boston on December 11." Drawn by Henry Sandham. Separate text page is included.
16 x 11 in. $60

1894 Hand colored half-tone featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly titled, "The Woman-Suffrage Movement in New York City." Image shows Society Ladies Securing Signatures to petitions to be presented to the Constitutional Convention -- Scene at Sherry's.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $60

1876 "Wife Auction in England." Half-page wood engraving from Harper's Weekly showing a disgruntled woman attached to a rope about to be sold to
the highest bidder.
11 x 8 in. $30

Women's Rights Denied at Cambridge 1897 - Chorus of sportsmen and dandies, "Begone! There is No Place for Maids!" fWood engraving eatured in Collier's Weekly.
15 x 10-1/2 in. $90

World War I Scenes: Women Join Work Force. This facinating photographic series is from The Graphic titled "A Transformation into Trousers: The Effect of War on Women Workers." It consist of eleven black and white photographs showing women performing jobs that had been held by men before the war began. This print is in excellent condition and a great peice of history.
16 x 11 in. $50

Woman hockey player
1914 Leslie's cover - Art work by Gordon Grant.
15 x 10-1/2 in. $80

Cosmetic Surgery - Early Days. "Complexion Specialist at her Painful and Disfiguring Work." Electric treatments, plastering, steaming, massage, scraping.  1896 Halftone photograph.
15 3/8 x 9 7/8 in. $30


201army: Very nice chromolithograph from Kurz & Allison c1890. Battle of Monmouth - June 28th, 1778. Revolutionary War print showing the infamous "Molly Pitcher" helping to load the cannon after her husband fell from heat stroke. Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley was given her nickname because she would bring pitchers of cool water from nearby streams or wells to the thirsty soldiers. 18x12 in. $150
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1895 Color Lithorgraph by Puck. "We Are Getting There Fast." Showing Womens rights on the rise. Aritst F. Obber depicting women wearing knickers off to work. Meek man staying at home.
13 1/2 x 10  in. $80

The Graphic 1917 titled "The Call to Women for State Service." A photographic series showing women who have joined the work force and this piece is hoping for a call for more.
16 x 11 in. $50

A great Lithograph produced by a French Publication 1908, simply titled "Pedicure" by artist Ferdinand Von Reznicek.
15 5/8 x 11 1/8 in. $50

Womens Army Corps: A small womens recruitment poster produced in 1943 by the recruiting publicity Bureau of the U.S. Army.
12 1/2 x 9 3/8 in. $80

Votes For Women: Harper's Weekly 1908, Showing Mrs. Cobden leading a talk in New York for the womens suffrage movement "Votes For Women"
13 5/8 x 9 1/4 in. $40

British Women's work in War Time. An intact booklet called Carry On, published by Harrison, Jehring & Co. 1917. Full  of photos of women in the work place during WWI, from sweeping the streets to capping explosive shells.
11 x  8 1/2 in. $80

Womens Suffrage Parade: A hand tinted halftone engraved photo showing a womens rights parade in New York and in London. Women suffragist had barricaded themselves in the 1766 Great Fire Monument. (bottom view)
16 x 11 in. $60

Female Suffage in Kansas: A scene in Kansas as men and women are at the voting polls and a parade for "The Lady Canidate for Mayor." Rare, published by Once A Week in 1893.
15 3/4 x 10 7/8 in. $100

Female Pilot with Cigarette! "Of Course Women Prefer Them - They're Fresh." Colorful striking ad for Camel Cigarettes.
12 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. $40



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