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Written by managing editor, Agnes E. Ryan, this pamphlet contains historical information on the "Woman's Journal." It includes an early list of stockholders and a description of the production process. It also includes illustrations of founders, Lucy…

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Reprint of Julia Ward Howe's address on suffrage at the May Festival of the New England Woman Suffrage Association. The New England Woman Suffrage Association was formed in November, 1868, with Julia Ward Howe as president. The Association's annual…

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Reprint of a sermon about Lucy Stone by the Reverend Minot Judson Savage on November 3, 1893. The sermon was published in a series entitled, Sermons of M.J. Savage, Volume 15, Issue 5, Boston Unity Pulpit.

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Play portrays a series of moments in the life of Massachusetts suffragist, Lucy Stone in her work for political equality and social change. The play premiered in Boston on May 9, 1939.

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Program, marked second edition, for the NAWSA Twenty-Sixth Annual Convention held in Metzerott's Music Hall.

The program includes the schedule of events with the names of the speakers, and photographs of Lucretia Mott; Lucy Stone; Elizabeth Cady…

DOCU-1890-02-1 Suffage publish request via postcard to MA newspapers addressed to Lucy Stone front.jpg
On front is handwritten "Mrs. Lucy Stone Dorchester Mass."
On back is a form letter entitled "Municipal Suffrage for Women."

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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…

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The Woman's Advocate was among the first publications focused on issues related to women's equality. The mission of the Woman's Advocate was to "labor for the legal and political equality of women . . . . also consider the questions of woman's work,…

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The handwritten letter references an enclosed petition and leaflets for municipal woman suffrage and urges the recipient to obtain as many names as possible by January 1, 1885. The letter also discusses the rising anti-suffrage movement in Boston.