Suffrage campaigning: How the Law Protects the Wife, 1909.
DescriptionTWL.1999.15 Poster, printed, paper, black and white stylised image of a woman standing in front of a magistrate, black printed inscription, on a blue ground, below image: 'HOW THE LAW 'PROTECTS THE WIFE.' WIFE: 'Sir, can you help me, my husband earns 30/- a week and only gives me 5/- for food for myself and children.' LAW: 'I cannot help you my good woman, your husband need only keep you alive, that is one of the laws of England.' Published by the Suffrage ATELIER, 1, Pembroke Cottages, Edwardes Square, Kensington, London, W.', laminated.
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