During the early 1900s, a group of dedicated suffragettes embarked on a protest journey toward Boston. Along their route, they made a stop to address an audience, who, seemingly, responded with laughter. Undeterred by the initial reaction, the suffragettes seized the opportunity to engage with the crowd, sharing their impassioned message. Notably, their vehicle boldly displayed the words, "8,000,000 Working Women Need The Vote For Equal Pay for Equal Work," serving as a powerful reminder of the urgent need for women's rights in the workforce. This photograph captures a fleeting moment in history, encapsulating the determination of these suffragettes as they confronted adversity and persevered in their quest for equality and justice.
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The quality of the prints was excellent, however, the prints were not true 16 X 20, they were much larger. I had to cut the pictures down to size which took a considerable amount of time.
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