Dr. Shaw was a leader of the woman's movement. This lot includes a ticket to hear her speak in her hometown of Lawrence, MA and a 1915 Votes for Women pin.
Dimensions: 4 by 2.5" ticket, .5" diameter pin.
Pierced and scrolled lyre-back centering paper scroll on arrow displaying carved date of the Emancipation Proclamation flanked by broken slave chains; also CDV frame surmounted with laurel wreath and "C" scrolls; folding shelf above shield centered by flags. Condition consistent with age and delicacy; shrinkage cracks to scrolls, frame, and wreath have been glued and await the attention of an expert.
(H: 18.75"; W: 11.25"; D: 6.25")
Uncle Sam tied to a tree, humiliated by several men in Western garb. The men are well known late 19th - early 20th century business tycoons portrayed as robbers by the artist. The illustration signed James Montgomery Flagg in the lower right corner. The work is mounted within an ornate gilt frame. There are a few specks of paint loss and in-painting in the upper right corner; toning to the board, otherwise in very good to excellent condition. (41 by 29" framed, view area approximately 35.5 by 23.5")
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