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Thoughts of an Old Woman and of a Very Young One; "Julia Ward Howe on Suffrage" and "Men, Women and Human Beings" by Elizabeth Ellsworth  Cook

Thoughts of an Old Woman and of a Very Young One; "Julia Ward Howe on Suffrage" and "Men, Women and Human Beings" by Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook

 
 
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Enclosed in the envelop labeled by Anne Fitzhugh Miller are three pamphlets: Julia Ward Howe's address on Suffrage at the May Festival of New England Woman Suffrage Association; A. J. Bloor's comments and poem honoring Howe's 89th birthday in 1908; and Elizabeth Ellwsorth Cook's April 1908 Woodford prize oration, "Men, Women and Human Beings."

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Washington, District of Columbia, United States38.90719, -77.03687
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