Rebaul, J., fl. 1914; to H. Rebaul
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One postcard from to H. Rebaul from J. Rebaul dated March 2, 1914. Front of postcard has text that is related to women's right to vote. Reverse side contains a note on her travel plans for returning home by Saturday evening. Additionally there is a seal that reads "the ballot is denied to woman, the blot on the escutcheon" against an emblem with an American flag. Signed "from Ma, J. Rebaul."
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