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Letter to the editor of the New York times by author identified only as "A.P.P." The author accuses New York suffragists are misrepresenting the number of signatures gathered on petitions in favor of women's suffrage. He or she also argues that…

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One side contains space for signatures in support of woman suffrage in New York. The reverse contains the list of officers of the New York State Woman Suffrage Party, and instructions for returning the completed list.

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Promotional flier published by the National American Woman Suffrage Association Literature Committee, meant to for states where women were not permitted to vote. The flier encourages people to sign the peition for the federal suffrage amendment.

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Article on the progress of "General" Rosalie Jones' efforts to deliver a woman suffrage petition to Governor-elect William Sulzer in Albany, New York. The article mentions the Governor had not yet arrived in Albany and the suffragists were waiting…

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Brief update on the progress of "General" Rosalie Jones and her "army" of suffrage hikers from Manhattan to Albany, New York to present suffrage petitions to Governor-Elect William Sulzer and draw publicity to the cause.

Rosalie Jones was a…

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Three brief articles:

The first is an update on the progress of "General" Rosalie Jones and her "army" of suffrage hikers from Manhattan to Albany, New York to present suffrage petitions to Governor-Elect William Sulzer and draw publicity to the…

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Three brief articles:

The first is an update on the progress of "General" Rosalie Jones and her "army" of suffrage hikers from Manhattan to Albany, New York to present suffrage petitions to Governor-Elect William Sulzer and draw publicity to the…

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Brief update on the progress of "General" Rosalie Jones and her "army" of suffrage hikers from Manhattan to Albany, New York to present suffrage petitions to Governor-Elect William Sulzer and draw publicity to the cause.

Rosalie Jones was a…

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Article on the beginning of the 140-mile suffrage pilgrimage by "General" Rosalie Jones and her "army" of hikers from Manhattan to Albany, New York to present suffrage petitions to Governor-Elect William Sulzer and draw publicity to the…

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Gold silk ribbon with rolled hem along the top edge and fringe along the bottom edge and black printed text.

The twenty-sixth New York Woman Suffrage Association's annual convention was held in Ithaca, New York, from November 12-14, 1894. Earlier…