Always a Storm

Monday morning, Sept. 7, 1914, in Pensacola, FL, newspaper readers found a 12-page “Equal Suffrage Edition” in their newspaper the “Pensacola Journal.” Here are two images from that edition: seq-17-copy“Votes for Women” radiate around Liberty; seq-11-6-copythe adrift-on-a- raft-working woman with the $6 pay check is surrounded by shark fins labelled: clothes, rent, laundry, food.

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