The Cecile R. Parker letter and liberated woman die-cut consists of two items relating to women's history during the American
Victorian and Edwardian eras. The first item is an 1874 letter from Cecile R. Parker to Mrs. Evaline Price regarding Parker's
marriage, divorce, and her new life after leaving her former husband. The second item is a two-part advertising embossed die-cut
portraying a woman wearing bloomers and riding a bicycle. The die-cut was created circa 1900 and includes an advertisement
for Celluloid Starch on the reverse side.
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