"THE JUDGE" 1884 ISSUE WITH PROHIBITION CANDIDATE BELVA LOCKWOOD CARTOON AND ARTICLE.
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Auction #210 - Part I
Item numbers 1 through 1270 in auction 210
10.25x14" with sixteen pages from Oct. 18. Cartoon of Uncle Sam holding off Lockwood titled "No Mash Here/Not This Coachman, Some Other Coachman, Belva Dear!" Includes half column article that includes comments on 1884 candidates and "When All Else Fails, We Have Belva Lockwood, Who, In The Classic Language Of W.S. Gilbert, May Be Described As 'A Radiant Being With A Brain Far Seeing,' But Who Is Unfortunate In Living Some Two Or Three Hundred Years Before The World Is Ready For Her, 'But In Other Respects She Is Doing Quite Well.' She Represents The Down Trodden Sisterhood At The Present Juncture, And When She Is President, She Will See To It That This Unholy Crusade Against 'Mother Hubbard' Is Put An Immediate Stop To, And That Such Ornaments To The World As Dr. Mary Walker And Susan B. Anthony Shall Be Properly Respected." This issue is pictured in Ken Flory's excellent new book on Women's Suffrage memorabilia on page 28. Issue has moderate stains on top two corners, center fold with tiny piece out, and covers are 90% split on spines. Overall VG and a rare issue for this feminist pioneer, the first woman attorney to appear before the Supreme Court and the first woman to appear on official Presidential ballots (National Equal Rights Party).
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