Leaflet : Bishop Seymour on the new woman : God created man and woman somewhat differently--the difference cannot be obliterated. [Circa 1896-1898]

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Title

Leaflet : Bishop Seymour on the new woman : God created man and woman somewhat differently--the difference cannot be obliterated. [Circa 1896-1898]

Description

Reprint of a statement given by Bishop George F. Seymour to a reporter from the Minneapolis Times about the way in which God made women and the negative implications of an idea such as "the new woman."

"The New Woman" was a term used toward the end of the nineteenth century to describe independent, educated women who pushed the political, economic, and social boundaries.

The last page of the leaflet contains a list of the officers of the Women's Anti-suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York.

Date

[Circa 1896-1898}

Subject

Albany Anti-Suffrage Association
Anti-suffrage
Seymour, George F. (George Franklin), 1829-1906
United States--New York--Albany
Women--Suffrage--New York
Women's Anti-suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York (Albany, N.Y.)

Publisher

[Albany, N.Y.] : Women's Anti-suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York

Format

3 p.

Language

English

Identifier

DOCU.1000.84

Original Format

Leaflets (printed works)

Physical Dimensions

24 cm.

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