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The cartoon above has President Grover Cleveland, carrying book "What I know about women's clubs," being chased with a "Women's Suffrage" umbrella by Susan B. Anthony, as Uncle Sam chuckles in background. The cartoon was created by Charles Bartholomew sometime between 1892 and 1896. By then, Anthony and her crusade for social justice was recognized throughout the world.
Date between 1892 and 1896
Source Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress cph 3b42671
Author Bartholomew, Charles Lewis
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