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In 1916, women in America couldn't vote, serve in the military or, in most states, serve on juries. A woman of 1916 would have had an extremely difficult time obtaining a divorce, getting into to an Ivy League college or starting a career. Another thing an American woman had little hope of doing in 1916, at least during the first half of the year, was finding a brand of shoe that actually let her move around.