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Not All in One Day: Anna Howard Shaw addresses National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Not All in One Day: Anna Howard Shaw addresses National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention

 
 
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Rev. Antoinete Brown Blackwell, first ordained minister, and recent Doctor of Divinity, gave opening prayer; Anna Howard Shaw praised progress in women's rights during sixty years; Emily Howland remembers the pioneers; Rachel Foster Avery reported on International Woman Suffrage Alliance; photomechanical prints of Emily Howland and Eliza Wright Osborne

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01/01/1908
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Buffalo (N.Y.)42.88639, -78.87833
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