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Letter from Robert Whitehouse, President of the Men's Equal Suffrage League, to Edward Merrill, Maine State Senator and a member of the League's executive committee. Treathouse requests Merrill arrange suffrage meetings in Somerset County in places…

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Follow-up to a soliciation letter sent by Robert Whitehouse, President of the Men's Equal Suffrage League, to Edward Merrill, Maine State Senator and a member of the League's executive committee. Treathouse requested both a financial contributionand…

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Follow-up to a letter sent by Robert Whitehouse, President of the Men's Equal Suffrage League, to Edward Merrill, Maine State Senator and a member of the League's executive committee. Treathouse requested the names of men in Merrill's town, Somerset…

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Soliciation letter sent by Robert Whitehouse, President of the Men's Equal Suffrage League, to Edward Merrill, Maine State Senator and a member of the League's executive committee. Treathouse updates Merrill on the League's progress and requests a…

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Soliciation letter from Robert Whitehouse, President of the Men's Equal Suffrage League, to Edward Merrill, Maine State Senator and a member of the League's executive committee. Treathouse requests a financial contribution as well as Merrill's…

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Published from 1883 to 1909 and established by Clara Bewick Colby, the Woman's Tribune was the first daily paper ever produced and edited by a woman. It was published in Beatrice, Nebraska and in Washington, D.C. until Colby moved to Portland, Oregon…