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Pledge card issued by the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association. The headquarters were located at 585 Boylston Street, Room 12 in Boston.

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Argues that men are primarily concerned with their interests and do not represent women's interests.

Massachusetts voters rejected the referendum in November 1915, along with New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. On June 25, 1919, Massachusetts…

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Published around the time of the November 1911 elections, the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association points out the types of laws related to "woman's sphere" that men are elected to make and enforce, including child labor, schools, milk supply, and…

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Membership application for the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association. Asks applicant to indicate the types of work they wish to do for suffrage and whether or not they subscribe to the Woman's Journal.

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Printed invitation from the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association to a public meeting at City Hall in Northampton. The invitation lists the speakers, Mrs. Stanley McCormick, of Boston and Max Eastman, of Columbia University.

Handwritten in…

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Catharine W. Brown was a member of the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association.
The return address is: 3 Park Street, Boston.