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New York Suffrage Newsletter, editor Harriet May Mills

New York Suffrage Newsletter, editor Harriet May Mills



Report of Legislative Hearings. Harriet May Mills, Editor. Speeches on the state suffrage amendment given before New York State Joint Committee on Judiciary, February 19, 1908. Senator S. Percy Hooker , who introduced bill and Fanny Garrison Villard argued for simple justice; Harriot Blatch and Harriet Mills focused on submitting the suffrage question to the people; Frank A. Byrne addressed concerns of working women; Mrs. William Winslow Crannell and Adeline Knapp presented anti-suffragist view.-





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