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Vanity Fair on the Avenue, by Ethel M'Clellan Plummer for Vanity Fair, 1914.
Ethel McClellan Plummer (1888–1936) was an American artist and suffragette who resided primarily in New York. She was the Vice President of the Society of Illustrators and Artists and worked as an illustrator for magazines, including Life, Vogue, Shadowland, and Vanity Fair: she was the first female artist published in The New Yorker Magazine in 1925.
Plummer was an activist in the Women's Suffragist Party. In 1915 she created an eight-foot-tall campaign poster that was exhibited on placards in theater lobbies and pasted to theatrical billboards. Her design featured a stylish couple sharing an umbrella, with the caption, "You ask us to attend shows with you, and join you for dinner, and marry you, so why don't you ask us to vote with you?"
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