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R-A1252
Item Date
1922


A small gathering of friends at a farmyard near Prince Albert.


"The prosperity of the 1920s combined with the success of the suffrage movement (women’s right to vote) provided women with greater opportunities and confidence. Women had campaigned for several years to obtain the right to vote and in March, 1916 the Saskatchewan government, under the leadership of Premier Scott, passed the legislation."

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R-A1252
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photograph
Keywords:
Prince Albert District; Women


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Image Preview R-A1252 Photograph 01 - A small gathering of friends at a farmyard near Prince Albert.
Image Preview R-A369-1 Drawing 02 - A contemporary cartoon of Scott indicating that he wanted women to express their desire for the vote.
Image Preview R-A369-2 Drawing 03 - Obtaining the right to vote was viewed by many as a way to clean up several social problems.
Image Preview R-B10754 Drawing 04 - A contemporary drawing illustrating the struggle to achieve the vote.
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