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Hearings on Tax Suffrage for Women Taxpayers

Hearings on Tax Suffrage for Women Taxpayers

 
 
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Four clippings: Edgar Parker's editorial in Advertiser-Gazette, March 22, 1906 supports tax suffrage for women taxpayers and gives local women credit for several public improvements; third class cities tax suffrage bill printed and purpose clarified; tax suffrage bill would make uniform in all third class cities the voting rights exercised by women taxpayers in many cities and towns for thirty years. Anne Fitzhugh Miller responds to Dr. Lyman Abbott's comments in anti suffragist organ Outlook and in hearing speech notes that British women have voted in 26 municipalities for forty year without ill effects

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01/01/1906
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Springfield (Mass.)42.10139, -72.58972
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