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  • Tags: Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association

The Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association held a bazaar "for the sale of useful and Fancy goods" at Lorimer Hall, Tremont Temple, in Boston.

The program includes information about entertainment, tables named after leading suffragists, recipes,…

DOCU-1872-01a Letter from Miss Loud to hotel owner p1.jpg
The letter requests Curtis' help in securing a place to deliver a woman suffrage lecture. Loud was active in the woman's movement in Massachusetts.

Die-stamped metal blue, black and yellow bird seated on a black perch. There is a hole in the top of the bird so that it can be hung.

"Votes for Women Nov. 2" is printed in black along the gold ground (bird's belly and tail). "Mass. Woman Suffrage…

Yellow square cardboard fan with black print attached to a wooden dowel.

On the front are pictures of the two presidential candidates, "Mr. Hughes" and "Pres. Wilson."

The reverse side contains quotes that address their individual positions…

White square cardboard fan with blue print attached to a wooden dowel.

The front features the slogan, "While watching the Horse Race Don't forget one half of the Human Race/ Votes for Women/ Election Day November 2."

The reverse side includes…

White square cardboard fan with blue print attached to a wooden dowel.

The front contains the slogan "Baseball Fans Movie Fans Political Fans All Good Fans Everywhere Favor Votes for the Women of Massachusetts Election Day November 2"


ALMS-1888-01-1 Envelope to Dana Bancroft Esq front.jpg
E. Dana Bancroft was in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

The envelope also contains handwritten notes: "Saw Dr. Heartwell and spoke with him about the within [?] an [?] presence of Doctor Parsons Sat. Feb. 18, 1888. Senator voted…

ALMS-1885-01-1 front The Bible for Woman Suffrage.jpg
Address delivered by Rev. J.W. Bashford at the 13th annual meeting of the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association.

ALMS-1884-03 Letter to Unknown Receipient from Office Massachussetts Suffrage Association.JPG
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.
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