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Background imageVoting Collection: Liberal Election Campaign Card, 1909

Liberal Election Campaign Card, 1909
A Liberal Party campaign card for the 1909 General Election. A grim image of an elderly couple heading for the workhouse is contrasted with the partys vision of sunlit fields of waving corn

Background imageVoting Collection: Liberal Party Poster; Attack Poverty

Liberal Party Poster; Attack Poverty
A Liberal Party Poster telling the electorate to Attack Poverty by voting Liberal, from the 1920 s

Background imageVoting Collection: Election poster, The Great Naval Eclipse

Election poster, The Great Naval Eclipse 1900 to 1910, a vote for the radicals is a vote against the British Navy. circa 1910s

Background imageVoting Collection: Voting on the National Health Service Act, 1948

Voting on the National Health Service Act, 1948
Counting of votes in the British Medical Association plebiscite on the National Health Service Act at BMA House, Tavistock Square, London. 1948

Background imageVoting Collection: Women trying to vote at New York polling station, 1871

Women trying to vote at New York polling station, 1871
Victoria Woodhull (1838-1927), noted American feminist, with her sister Jennie Claflin, try to vote in the New York election of 1871, but are turned away

Background imageVoting Collection: The Illustrated London News Election Map - 1906

The Illustrated London News Election Map - 1906 - The electoral battlefield at a glance: Candidates and Constituencies by A Hugh Fisher. Date: 1906

Background imageVoting Collection: The Ulster Slogan - Vote Early and Vote Often - woman voting

The Ulster Slogan - Vote Early and Vote Often - woman voting
Woman seen voting during the Ulster elections of 1921. Date: 1921

Background imageVoting Collection: Advert, Patent Portable Election Fittings

Advert, Patent Portable Election Fittings by Flere & Mills Limited, London Date: 1903

Background imageVoting Collection: German elections 1912

German elections 1912
Illustration showing how inside the Reichstag is divided and how the German parities were decided at the dissolution. The above view shows the semi-circular floor of the House

Background imageVoting Collection: Communist Party members voting

Communist Party members voting
Communist Party delegates (including Janey Glen from Yorkshire, centre) voting in London against American bases in Britain for Cruise missiles. Date: 1982

Background imageVoting Collection: Polling Station, Referendum Day, 5 June 1975

Polling Station, Referendum Day, 5 June 1975
Scene outside a Polling Station in the London Borough of Wandsworth, 5 June 1975. A Referendum was being held on the UK's membership of the EEC (now the EU), which it had joined in 1973

Background imageVoting Collection: Suffragette Movement Social Political Union Wspu

Suffragette Movement Social Political Union Wspu
suffragette, movement, social, political, union, wspu, arrested, suffragettes, prison, hunger, strike, pankhurst, charlotte, marsh, charlie, women, woman, female, suffrage, voting, rights, force

Background imageVoting Collection: Charlotte Marsh (1887 - 1961)

Charlotte Marsh (1887 - 1961)
Charlotte Marsh, one of the leading figures in the suffragette movement. A promininent member of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), she was arrested several times

Background imageVoting Collection: Joe Bent, Communist Party politician in Southwark, London

Joe Bent, Communist Party politician in Southwark, London
Joe Bent (Spencer John Bent) Communist Party politician in Southwark, south-east London. Seen here outside a Polling Station, talking with a voter

Background imageVoting Collection: VOTING FOR PIUS XII

VOTING FOR PIUS XII
After the death of Pius XI, the cardinals gather in the Sistine Chapel of the Vatican, where they will elect Eugenio Pacelli as Pius XII Date: February 1939

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, That Ballot-Boy Again! (Ballot Bill)

Cartoon, That Ballot-Boy Again! (Ballot Bill)
Cartoon, That Ballot-Boy Again! The Ballot Bill (legislation for the use of a secret ballot in elections) was proving difficult to get through

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, The Strong Government (Disraeli and Gladstone)

Cartoon, The Strong Government (Disraeli and Gladstone)
Cartoon, The Strong Government -- a satirical comment on Gladstones government introducing the Ballot Bill (legislation for the secret ballot in elections)

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, Political Kidnapping (Electoral Reform)

Cartoon, Political Kidnapping (Electoral Reform)
Cartoon, Political Kidnapping -- a satirical comment on the transfer of the electoral reform initiative from the Liberals (Lord John Russell) to the Conservatives (Lord Derby)

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, Rival Sweepers (Electoral Reform)

Cartoon, Rival Sweepers (Electoral Reform)
Cartoon, Rival Sweepers -- a satirical comment on the opening of the new Parliamentary session, with MPs from both parties ready to put forward their rival ideas for electoral reform

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, The Rival Conductors (Electoral Reform)

Cartoon, The Rival Conductors (Electoral Reform)
Cartoon, The Rival Conductors -- a satirical comment on electoral reform, as represented by Gladstone (Liberal, left) and Disraeli (Conservative, right)

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, Amusement Combined with Instruction (Reform)

Cartoon, Amusement Combined with Instruction (Reform)
Cartoon, Amusement Combined with Instruction -- a satirical comment on parliamentary disagreements between Gladstone and Disraeli over the latters Reform Bill. 1867

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, Lodger Franchise v Dual Voting! (Disraeli)

Cartoon, Lodger Franchise v Dual Voting! (Disraeli)
Cartoon, Lodger Franchise v Dual Voting! A satirical comment on the arguments surrounding the extension of the franchise in Disraelis Reform Bill

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, John Slow and John Fast (Russell and Bright)

Cartoon, John Slow and John Fast (Russell and Bright)
Cartoon, John Slow and John Fast -- a satirical comment on the disagreements among MPs regarding reform, and the extension of the franchise to include more working men

Background imageVoting Collection: Processions of suffragists in London 1908

Processions of suffragists in London 1908
Women and men protesting womens right to vote in London, notably a procession leaving Parliament Square for Hyde Park. The image is titled " woman more militant than ever"

Background imageVoting Collection: Women recording votes for the General Election 1955

Women recording votes for the General Election 1955
Women recording the General Election votes, 26 May 1955, in Brixton town hall, London. The 1955 General Election, often described as one of the dullest of the post-war period

Background imageVoting Collection: Englands New Voters, 1928 - Caricature by Garretto

Englands New Voters, 1928 - Caricature by Garretto
Impression by Garretto of the new women voters in 1928, the year in which British women finally gained electoral parity with men

Background imageVoting Collection: Impressions of Englands new voters by Garretto, 1928

Impressions of Englands new voters by Garretto, 1928
" Fluffy and Stuffy" - impressions of the new female voters of 1928 by Italian caricaturist Garretto. Rather unfair stereotyping with the pretty blonde on the left

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, election bribery

Cartoon, election bribery
Cartoon commentary on bribery during the election. Date: 1866

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, At Last! (franchise for women)

Cartoon, At Last! (franchise for women)
Cartoon, At Last! Women aged 30 and over are finally given the vote in the UK. A Joan of Arc figure stands victorious with a flag labelled Womans Franchise. Date: 1918

Background imageVoting Collection: KING CASH THE WINNER

KING CASH THE WINNER
CARTOON: King Cash the habitual victor. Date: 1885

Background imageVoting Collection: William Hogarths Election 3 of 4

William Hogarths Election 3 of 4
The Election- The Polling - scene at the hustings plate 3 of 4 Date: 1758

Background imageVoting Collection: Charles Stewart Parnell re-elected

Charles Stewart Parnell re-elected
Charles Stewart Parnell is re-elected as leader of the Irish Party, in Committee Room 15 at the House of Commons, Central London. Date: 25 November 1890

Background imageVoting Collection: The Polling, Voting at an election by William Hogarth

The Polling, Voting at an election by William Hogarth
3. THE ELECTION The Polling Date: 1758

Background imageVoting Collection: Women trying to vote at New York polling station, 1871

Women trying to vote at New York polling station, 1871
Victoria Woodhull (1838-1927), noted American feminist, with her sister Jennie Claflin, try to vote in the New York election of 1871, but are turned away. Date: 1871

Background imageVoting Collection: The Illustrated London News - Diamond Chart Election Map

The Illustrated London News - Diamond Chart Election Map: The Position of the Parties - also featuring politica thermometers ! Date: 1910

Background imageVoting Collection: Voting by secret ballot

Voting by secret ballot
A parliamentary election, voting by secret ballot was only introduced in Britain in 1872 with Gladstones Ballot Act removing the possible intimidation of open voting

Background imageVoting Collection: Pompeii as it was and is by Matania

Pompeii as it was and is by Matania
The last election in Pompeii, 2000 years ago, before the eruption of Vesuvius, as envisaged by the Sphere special artist and expert in historical reconstruction, Fortunino Matania

Background imageVoting Collection: Suffragette Votes for Women Voting Form

Suffragette Votes for Women Voting Form. Card in the form of a voting form with list of candidates. Headed HoMe Service, Votes for Women. Date: circa 1908

Background imageVoting Collection: Suffragette Voting Cake in Oven

Suffragette Voting Cake in Oven. Mrs. Jones (Who represents Every Woman) goes to vote but suddenly remembers she has left a cake in the oven. Typical empty headed woman. Date: circa 1909

Background imageVoting Collection: The advent of women at the polls, 1929

The advent of women at the polls, 1929
Two sophisticated and fashionable ladies in heels, cloche hats and fur trimmed coats alight from a taxi at a polling station where they will vote for the first time in the General Election of May

Background imageVoting Collection: Irish Free State Elections, 1922

Irish Free State Elections, 1922
A busy polling booth in Dublin, during the Irish Free State elections. 1922

Background imageVoting Collection: Italian Unification (1859-1924). Vote for annexation of the

Italian Unification (1859-1924). Vote for annexation of the
Italian Unification (1859-1924). Francis II, king of the Two Sicilies (1859-1860) was forced to abdicate, while a plebiscite (21-22 October 1860)

Background imageVoting Collection: Front cover, La Baionnette

Front cover, La Baionnette
Front cover design, La Baionnette, looking forward to the time when women get the vote. Date: 1919

Background imageVoting Collection: Frenchwomen Voting

Frenchwomen Voting
Women voting ? Helas, this is an imaginary scene showing how it WILL be WHEN Frenchwomen get the vote - ladies from all social spheres, maid and mistress alike, queueing Date: 1906

Background imageVoting Collection: Cartoon, Middlesex Election, 1804

Cartoon, Middlesex Election, 1804, a Long Pull, a Strong Pull, and a Pull All together, by James Gillray. Showing Sir Francis Burdett in a carriage labelled Peace & Plenty

Background imageVoting Collection: Mensa scrutiniorum (scrutiny table), 18th-19th c

Mensa scrutiniorum (scrutiny table), 18th-19th c. It was made for receiving the professor election in the Cervera University. SPAIN. CATALONIA. LLEIDA. Cervera. Cervera Museum

Background imageVoting Collection: UNITED STATES (20th century). Beautiful Woman Voting

UNITED STATES (20th century). Beautiful Woman Voting (1920). Litography

Background imageVoting Collection: Margaret Thatcher Election 1987

Margaret Thatcher Election 1987
A large sign made from light bulbs in Piccadilly Circus for the 1987 General Election Date: 1987



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