Springfield Daily Republican. (Springfield, Mass.) October 20, 1915

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Title

Springfield Daily Republican. (Springfield, Mass.) October 20, 1915

Description

This issue of the Springfield Republican contains the headline, "Suffrage Loses by 50,000/ New Jersey Defeat Decisive" followed by two articles:
"By Early Returns/State's Loss Conceded/New Fight Promised/Beaten in every county/President Wilson's Stand Believed to have been responsible for thousands of votes favoring amendment"

Acccording to the article, all 21 counties in New Jersey appeared to have voted against suffrage, including President Wilson's precinct, 7th election district of Princeton. Mrs. E.F. Feickert, president of the New Jersey State Woman Suffrage Association, conceded the defeat.

"Two women debate on suffrage issue/Reasons For and Against/Miss Marjorie Dorman Upholds Anti and Miss Edna L. Spencer the Pro Cause"

According to the article, 2,000 people gathered for the debate on giving votes to Massachusetts women in the November election. Marjorie Dorman of NY City, and Edna Lawrence Spencer of Cambridge discussed issues including equal pay, labor laws, marriage, birth control.

Date

1915-10-20

Subject

Dorman, Marjorie
Feickert, Lillian Ford
New Jersey State Woman Suffrage Association
Spencer, Edna Lawrence
Springfield (Mass.)--Newspapers
Women--Suffrage--New Jersey

Publisher

Springfield, Mass. : Samuel Bowles & Co.

Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts

Original Format

Newspapers

Physical Dimensions

18 p. ; 46 x 57 cm.

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