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Excerpts from two addresses by the Right Reverend William Croswell Doane to the graduating classes of St. Agnes' School, a girls school connected to the Episcopal Chuch.

Rev. Doane was the first Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany from 1869…

Essay by Theodore Ledyard Cuyler, published by the Protest Committee of the Brooklyn Women's Anti-Suffrage League.

Cuyler was a Presbyterian minister and writer who was a well-known supporter of the temperance movement and opponent of women's…

Reprinted "from an Article in the American Woman's Journal for May, 1894."

The author argues against women's suffrage, writing that woman's power and influence is in the home and through her family, and claiming the ballot "would be a hindrance"…

Reprinted from his "Essays on Questions of the Day," British historian and journalist, Goldwin Smith, argues against woman suffrage.

Stamp on back reads: "Apply for more papers to [Women's] Anti-Suffrage Association [of the Third Judicial District…

Reprint of a letter from by artist, Helena de Kay Gilder comments on the women's suffrage movement and argues against women's right to vote due to the natural inequality between men and women.

Stamp on front reads: "Apply for more papers to…

"Reprinted from the Popular science monthly for Oct., 1888."

Reprint of an article written by Edward Drinker Cope. Cope was a paleontologist and anatomist, who studied evolution. In this article, Cope argues that America needs to restrict rather…

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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