The women who participated in this 1913 pro-suffrage march on Washington, D.C., were yelled at and spat upon by an angry mob. Palczewski, Catherine H. Postcard Archive. University of Northern Iowa. Cedar Falls, IA."
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World War I in 1914 forced England and the Suffragettes into a truce, and after the war, property-owning women over the age of 30 were granted the right to vote in 1918. It wasn’t until 1928 that all women over the age of 21 received the right to vote in the United Kingdom.
“They were depicted as very ugly women with big feet, protruding teeth, hair pulled back in a bun, and glasses.”