This item consists of a grey card announcing Linda Tillery concert at Innis College Town Hall, [Toronto]. The concert is a Womynly Way Productions. Additional information on card include date, time and address of concert.
This item consists of a postcard with design of woman getting up from a chair with text on recto: "The Club Woman / 'Mid a clatter of tea-cups and spoons / And an atmosphere suited for swoons, / The President hen / Rails at the men, / And talks of prisms and prunes". Inscribed in blue ink on recto: A club is all right in its place. Find the place. Inscribed on verso: "Miss June (?) Robinson, Stevensville".
This item consists of a postcard with design of woman in green dress and black coat holding a green book with text on recto: "Valentine greetings / Back to the background / Be careful, men, of the advocate / Of woman's rights in the single state. / If you marry one, / Your trouble's begun - / You'll count for less than half your weight!". This postcard is part of Raphael Tuck & Sons Valentine Post Card, Series no. 5, Art Publishers to their Majesties the King and Queen.
This item consists of a white postcard with a colour design of a man and woman talking and text: "There is a girl who is no prude / Addresses you may pay to her / She never thinks a man is rude / Whatever he may say to her. / She's stone deaf!". This postcard is part of the B.B. London Series no. E59 and is printed in Germany.