Letter : Alice Carpenter, member of the New York State Committee of the National Progressive Party, to Mrs. Arthur Nickuire. September 18, 1912

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Title

Letter : Alice Carpenter, member of the New York State Committee of the National Progressive Party, to Mrs. Arthur Nickuire. September 18, 1912

Description

Typed letter on National Progressive Party stationery.

Date

1912-09-18

Subject

Carpenter, Alice
Elections
Progressive Party
United States--New York--New York
Women--Political activity
Women--Suffrage--New York (N.Y.)

Creator

Carpenter, Alice

Format

1 p.

Language

English

Identifier

DOCU.1912.01

Coverage

New York, N.Y.

Text

My dear Mrs. Nickuire-

The candidates of the National Progressive Party are pledged to work for equal suffrage. This means that during the coming campaign they will be expected to emphasize it in their speeches. Will you not, as president of a suffrage society, ask the individuals of your society to co-operate with us in reporting any candidate running on the Progressive ticket who refuses to endorse the suffrage plank? We feel this to be for the advantage of all believing in suffrage, and we hope you will aid us by your hearty sympathy and support.

Very sincerely,
Alice Carpenter Member New York State Committee

Original Format

Letters (correspondence)

Physical Dimensions

28 cm.

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