The Women's Library, formerly the Fawcett Library, is the major repository of women's suffrage material in this country. Images from these collections are available in two ways:
The VADS (Visual Arts Data Service) currently hosts 55 institutional collections (including two John Johnson Collection sections: Political Prints and Trades & Professions) which can be cross-searched or searched within individual collections. Included in the site are the Women's Library: Suffrage Banners (248 banners, including artwork) and The Women's Library Suffrage Collection.
|(C) VADS and Women's Library|
|(C) Mary Evans Picture Library Ltd. and Women's Library|
Stop press: For today, the Women's Library has just mounted an online exhibition: Women and the vote.
The Women's Library ephemera collection is not restricted to suffrage and contains much contemporary material.
More information about Women's Studies archives and resources is available through the Genesis portal, including 152 results for ephemera.