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Anne Fitzhugh Miller's Address Before Senate Committee

Anne Fitzhugh Miller's Address Before Senate Committee



Anne Fitzhugh Miller's February 15, 1906 speech before U. S. Senate Suffrage Committee stresses that government concerns more than business and women voters could contribute to improved social welfare of all; annotated in pen by Anne Fitzhugh Miller and in pencil by "R. H. F"







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