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Reprint of an article from the Chicago Chronicle with endorsements of Mrs. W. Winslow (Elizabeth) Crannell's address delivered the day before to the Committee on Resolutions at the Democractic National Convention, held in Chicago.

The article was…

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Letter to the editor of the Argus, written by Mrs. W. Winslow Crannell, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York. Crannell is responding to an article in…

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Reprint of a letter to the editor of The Congregationalist newspaper. The author argues that the recent bill granting women the right to vote in Illinois opened the door to the liquor interests to organize women's groups to increase support in future…

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Six pie charts demonstrate the percentage of non-natives who comprise the male populations of Berlin, Paris, and London and in the United States (males of voting age) of New York, Boston and Chicago.

The flier includes statements on suffrage by…

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This calendar was modeled after a calendar created and distributed for 1910 by Mrs. Clarence MacKay and Alice Duer Miller of the Collegiate Equal Suffrage League. Both calendars included quotes in support of suffrage from well-known individuals.

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In 1870, Lucy Stone and her husband, Henry Browne Blackwell, founded The Woman’s Journal, a weekly newspaper. Their daughter, Alice Stone Blackwell began work as an editor in 1883 and became the sole editor until 1917. At its founding, the Woman's…