This morning, reading about the Suffragettes , I found the following information:
In March 1907, a 16-year-old Huddersfield weaver named Dora Thewlis was arrested. The sensational photograph of the arrest was later turned into a picture postcard – wouldn’t this be a nice one for my collection.
And I like the cover picture from a 1974 issue of The Radio Times of 3 of the Suffragettes in later life.
And here’s another old postcard that I read about today.
This is from the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Written in 1922. And the accompanying blurb is to be found here.