Home rule votes for the colleens: arrah now the bhoys 'll niver refuse us the vote whin they git a parlymint of their own.
On recto, printed at top in green font: "HOME RULE". Underneath a smiling woman is shown in profile, wearing a green dress and bright red shawl. She points to a poster on a wall in the background that reads "VOTES For The COLLEENS". On the lower left in black font is written:"ARRAH NOW THE BHOYS 'LL NIVER REFUSE US THE VOTE WHIN THEY GIT A PARLYMINT OF THEIR OWN". On verso, postcard addressed to: "Master Wm. Robinson, 18 Talbot St., Dublin". Postmarked "1.15 PM SP 21 12" [September 21st, 1912] on George V green halfpenny stamp. Written in ink on verso: "Hello Stuart, I'm off today for a few days. Sorry for your toothache. Hope you are a.r. again. Your mother [...] hear all news will [...] soon. Not married yet. Am keeping "Rose Villa" for you and love to all. Anne".
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[S.l. : s.n. ; n.d., ca. 1912?].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; formerly at call number POL/1910-20/14.
Physical description: 1 lithographic postcard : col. ill. ; 13.3 x 8.7 cm.
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