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There are 17 images in this galleryLast updated: 13 July 2009 - 8:42pmTerm description:Images of Margaret McLean, her family and home in East Melbourne.
There is 1 image in this galleryLast updated: 7 July 2009 - 4:10pmTerm description:Margaret McLean was at the forefront of the campaign for women's suffrage in Australia and was the first signatory to the petition to the Victorian Parliament in 1891.
There are 11 images in this galleryLast updated: 13 July 2009 - 9:00pmTerm description:Like it's English namesake, Melbourne Punch initially was very disparaging of feminists and the movement for women's suffrage. As the political climate changed, its mood also changed. The Bulletin at the time was also predictably antagonistic. (Until Donald Horne became editor in 1961 its masthead slogan was "Australia for the White Man".)
There are 10 images in this galleryLast updated: 25 June 2011 - 4:41pmTerm description:The New Punch Library in 20 Volumes was published in 1934. It contained stories, cartoons and poetry selected from Punch Magazine from 1901 to 1933. Each volume covered a specific subject such as war-time, society, sport or entertainment. Volume 1, Mr Punch's Cavalcade, was a revue of thirty years of British and International politics.
There are 6 images in this galleryLast updated: 30 April 2013 - 4:17pmTerm description:The campaign for female suffrage was almost universal in the western world. Whilst some US states permitted female voters very early, in certain states and at the national level the campaign was very fierce. The nineteenth amendment to the constitution was ratified on 18 August 1920: "The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation."