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The procession that took place on March 3rd, 1913 in Washington D.C. in the name of women's suffrage was an extravagant and well-attended event that captured the nation's attention on this important issue. Dale's print to advertise the event does not depict contemporary dress at the time, but rather a woman dressed as a medieval herald, riding through the procession on horseback and in feudal garb. Therefore, this image subverts traditional gender roles both in the sense that this woman is dressed for a traditionally male job, but also because the procession called for a right given only to men at the time.
SKU: 64634
Creator: Benjamin M. Dale
Date: 1913
Original Medium: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : halftone, color
Location: Library of Congress

Official program – Woman suffrage procession, Washington, D.C. March 3, 1913 / Dale.

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Official program - Woman suffrage procession, Washington, D.C. March 3, 1913 / Dale.
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The procession that took place on March 3rd, 1913 in Washington D.C. in the name of women's suffrage was an extravagant and well-attended event that captured the nation's attention on this important issue. Dale's print to advertise the event does not depict contemporary dress at the time, but rather a woman dressed as a medieval herald, riding through the procession on horseback and in feudal garb. Therefore, this image subverts traditional gender roles both in the sense that this woman is dressed for a traditionally male job, but also because the procession called for a right given only to men at the time.
SKU: 64634
Creator: Benjamin M. Dale
Date: 1913
Original Medium: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : halftone, color
Location: Library of Congress

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