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Gibson Girls and Suffragists: Perceptions of Women from 1900 to 1918

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Who were the Gibson Girls and who were the Suffragists? They weren't specific individuals, but rather symbols that defined women from the turn of the twentieth century through the end of World War I. Gibson Girls were flirtatious and feisty. They drove motor cars and donned bloomers to play a new game called basketball. Some were ladies of polite society, while others were immigrants who did their best to be fashionable on their paltry earnings. The Suffragists, on the other hand, were more concerned with social justice ...

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Gibson Girls and Suffragists: Perceptions of Women from 1900 to 1918
2008, Twenty-First Century Books (CT), Minneapolis, MN

ISBN-13: 9780822571506

Hardcover

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