This is an art deco cover design for the March 1938 issue of Woman To-day (1937–39). The magazine was founded by a group of left-wing women including Elsie Locke. It covered issues that were often controversial at the time, such as birth control, abortion, divorce, childcare and gender-based income inequality.
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Alexander Turnbull Library
Reference: Woman today 1, no. 12 (1938) (S-L-1269-Cover)
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