Extracts Elizabeth Cady Stanton's paper on why equal suffrage for women taxpayers would bring honesty and economy to government; both men and women have responsibility to both home and state
Summarizes Geneva Political Equality Club meeting: Elizabeth Smith Miller reports on municipal and school suffrage; Mrs. T. H. Bibb and Mrs. C. N. Hemiup on Single Woman Suffrage; Frederick Malette, President o... More
Quotation: "If de fust woman God ever made was strong enough to turn de world upside down all alone, dese women all togedder ought to be able to turn it back and get it right side up agin."
Three clippings cover Democratic ward primaries held in Geneva; lists twelve county convention delegates permitted by population of 12, 446, lists Geneva Political Equality Club representatives sent to each war... More
Geneva Political Equality Club resolution requesting New York legislature to support state suffrage resolution to amend the state constitution
Clipping illustration of woman on horseback marching toward a "Franchise" sunrise with photomechanical prints of Carrie Chapman Catt and Rev. Anna Howard Shaw
New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage protest President Taft's speaking at National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention. Ida Harper says Taft and wife are suffragists
Elizabeth Smith Miller Obituary, who died May 22, 1911.Describes life with her father Gerrit Smith in Peterboro, New York, her wearing of the bloomer costume in 1851; writing a cookbook; suffrage activities; ho... More
Circular postcard urging recipient legislator to support concurrent resolution to amend state constitution. Handwritten note: "Send Neli Barclay word about having child labor meeting; Percy Grant speaker"
Anne Fitzhugh Miller, who attended both meetings, noted that three thousand attended the Carnegie Hall suffrage meeting and over one thousand could not be seated while only a few hundred attended the anti-suffr... More
Actress Henrietta Crosman says she prefers rights to chivalry; thinks women too polite in seeking suffrage; need good suffrage play, better than "Votes for Women."
Photomechanical print of Nora Stanton Blatch de Forest, daughter of Harriot Stanton Blatch and granddaughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who is on the executive board of Equality League for Self-Supporting Women.
Note that Article III, requiring members to sign the Constitution is marked in margin by parallel lines and at the foot of the printed Constitution are three autograph signatures: Carl Lumholtz, Chas. D. Miller... More
Mrs. Mackay, wealthy New York suffragist pressures Governor Hughes; Judiciary Committee members and Speaker Wadsworth to submit suffrage amendment to the people.
Pankhurst traces history of woman suffrage movement in England; militant actions against press and politicians, when meetings were closed to women, they held protests outside; threw stones wrapped with messages... More
Announcing 1898 National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention, Washington, D.C.; hotel and rail road rates; suggests state reports on fifty years of progress
Geneva Political Equality Club Constitution, By-Laws and Officers for 1898, printed, followed by Alphabetical Membership list, mostly in the hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller. More than 200 names are recorded, some ... More
Ann Fitzhugh Miller reads letters from a Cazenovia lawyer to Harriet May Mills suggesting that she might serve as a juror in the place of Earnest Fuller, who has too many responsibilities at home and Mills reply