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Opinions and quotes opposed to woman suffrage by philosopher, Herbert Spencer, Bishop John Heyl Vincent, the co-founder of the Chautauqua Institution; and Quaker and statesman, John Bright.

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James T. Gardiner, surveyor and engineer, provides his observations regarding the negative impact of women's suffrage in Leavenworth, Kansas. Kansas women were granted the right to vote in school district elections in 1861 and municipal elections in…

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Postcard to the Massachusetts Anti-Suffrage Committee for sender to voice opposition the proposed amendment granting women the right to vote.

The measure failed to pass in 1915. On June 25, 1919, Massachusetts became the eighth state to ratify the…

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Part of a series of postcards, labeled No. 2178, 10 designs, "Neutral" Comic.

Cartoon illustration of a man hiding in a closet while two women argue in the kitchen. One woman says "I'm me own boss, see!" and the other says "You must do as I say!"…

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Letter to the editor of the New York Times by author identified only as "A.P.P." The author argues that if women are granted equal rights, they may lose many of the rights they have already gained, including property, guardianship of children,…

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Letter to the editor of the New York Times by author identified only as "A.P.P." The author argues against granting New York suffragists the oppotunity to present a bill allowing the "present voting population of the State to vote upon the question…

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Letter to the editor of the New York times by author identified only as "A.P.P." The author accuses New York suffragists are misrepresenting the number of signatures gathered on petitions in favor of women's suffrage. He or she also argues that…

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Letter to the editor of The Sun, New York, written by an author identified only as "A.P.P." The author argues against granting New York women the right to vote because the majority of women in the state are anti-suffrage. He or she cites the…

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Reprint of an article that appeared in the Buffalo (New York) Express, written by an author only identified as "A.S.W." The author refers to a woman opposed to suffrage as "the silent woman" because of her preference to stay out of the public arena.…

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Reprint of an article from the Albany Evening Journal about the finances of the New York Woman Suffrage Association, including the salaries paid to organizers and legislative workers.

The article was reprinted by the Albany Anti-Suffrage…