Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world.    The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world. The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

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Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world.    The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

Women's lib 1902: How artist imagined career girls of the future (and yes, he was a man)

Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world. The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world.    The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

Women's lib 1902: How artist imagined career girls of the future (and yes, he was a man)

Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world. The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world.    The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

Women's lib 1902: How artist imagined career girls of the future (and yes, he was a man)

Despite being a tongue-in-cheek depiction of girls in uniform, Albert's Bergeret's collection of playing cards entitled 'Women of the Future' turned out to be an eerily accurate portrait of the modern world. The French illustrator, renowned for his post cards, created a series of drawings in 1902 showing girls dressed as soldiers, lawyers, journalists and even army generals.

The Women of the Future… Of France… Of 1902

The Women of the Future… Of France… Of 1902

Women of the Future, c. 1902:

Women of the Future, c. 1902:

French cards "Women of the Future" Politician  1902

French cards "Women of the Future" Politician 1902

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Women of the Future French cards, Barrister 1902

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