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Full report on the 1915 International Congress of Women, comprised of women from Europe and North America, and held at the Hague to discuss proposals for a peaceful end to the war. This report includes a detailed account of the activities during the…

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A brief report on the 1915 International Congress of Women, comprised of women from Europe and North America, and held at the Hague to discuss proposals for a peaceful end to the war. This report includes a list of the International Committee of the…

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Campaign leaflet from the "women of the Progressive party", urging people to vote for the Party because of its support for woman suffrage and women's leadership. On the back is the Progressive Party platform "to secure rule of the people" and "to…

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News article about a speech made by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale at the First Congregational Church in Bay City, Michigan. The article emphasizes her statements regarding anti-suffrage organization.

The second article is part of a statement by…

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Full page series of articles on the 44th annual convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association convention held in Philadelphia November 21-26, 1912. Articles detail speeches by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, and Jane Addams and Julia Lathrop,…

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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…

Anthology of essays by author including Herbert Spencer, Lester Ward, Alexis de Toqueville, Jane Addams, Ida Tarbell, etc., focusing on the relationship of women to government, industry, and the family.

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Addams discusses the growing Progressive Party, formed by Theodore Roosevelt and its potential to spark reform for industrial workers. She uses Roosevelt as someone who has the power and personality to "gather up the sense of social wrong and direct…