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Griswold was an American author opposed to woman suffrage. In this piece, she details the reasons why women should reconsider the franchise.

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Griswold was an American author opposed to woman suffrage. In this piece, she details the reasons why women should reconsider the franchise.

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Circular published by the New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage of an essay written by Abram S. Hewitt, an iron manufacturer, philathropist, and former mayor of New York City, whose wife and daughter were officers in the…

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Brief article about the amount of women who want the right to vote versus those who are opposed. The author argues that the number of women opposed to the woman suffrage amendment is larger than those who support the amendment.

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News article about a speech to the Monday Afternoon Club in Binghamton by members of the New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage. Speakers included Alice Hill Chittenden, Mrs. George Douglas Miller, and Mayor of Binghamton, John J.…

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News account of the supporters and opposition present at the hearing in Albany, New York on the constitutional amendment that would strike the word "male" from the provision regarding the right to vote.

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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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Flier distributed by the New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage that discusses issues that cannot be fixed with the right to vote, including fair wages, liquor distribution, and prostitution.

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Flier distributed by the New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage emphasizing woman's duty to her family and her children.