An illustration published in the February 12, 1915, edition of Puck magazine depicts the horrified expression of a father, who opposes women securing the vote, as he watches his suffragist daughter addressing a crowd. The subtitle of the drawing reads, "And he thought she was 'just a little girl.'" Puck, a humor magazine based in New York City, supported suffrage for women and commissioned a series of illustrations that poked fun at the antisuffragist point of view.
Citation: Puck, AP101 .P7. Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA