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Newspaper Clippings, September 1781, "Receipt for a Modern Critic" (Poem); Eclipses for 1783; Astronomy

Connecticut General Assembly, 1783, Newspaper Clippings of Resolution Designating New London and New Haven as Free Ports

Shaker's worshiping, (exercise) Gilbert

Mr. Grahame-White Pilots Racer to Victory

Is This All She’s Good For [cartoon]

[Cover, Automobilia, Paris]

Countess in Auto Mishap

10,000 Soldiers Will March to ‘Seize’ New York [New York Herald]

The Wright Brothers’ Aeroplane at Le Mans

The Conquest of the Air

Das Militar- Wochenblatt uber Orville Wright

Boston’s Mayor Denounces Women as Unfit for Aviation

Die vom "Berliner Lotal-Unzeiger" veran ftalteten Flugvorfuhrungen Orville Wrights

France Won’t Buy Wright Airship [Ohio State Journal]

Wright's Story of Great Flight [New York Evening Sun]

Smashed Machines and an Ocean Rescue Thrill Brighton Aviation Spectators [New York Herald]

Aviators Now Clamor For Expense Money

Avant L'Envol Vers Paris [La Vie Au Grand Air]

Will Endow Aviation [New York Sun, 8 July 1912]

Peleg Barlow, September 7, 1824, Clippings on Dropsy

[Guardian's notice by Abby Maxson for two children]

Andrew Jackson to Amos Kendall, June 23, 1837

Newspaper clippings about photographing Philadelphia churches

Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 31, 1861 (Sends clippings regarding Missouri)

Newspaper article about the centennial celebration of St. Peter's Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Skirmish at Triune

[Page of text with advertisements including ad for E. & H.T. Anthony & Co. photographers]

St. Peter's P.E. Church, S.W. cor. 3rd & Pine St., taken Sept. 1868

Curfew must not ring tonight, or the untold grievance of an untolled church bell

Curfew must not ring tonight, or the untold grievance of an untolled church bell

Old store Race St. Wharf, Phila. William H. Rau, 1324 Chestnut St., Phila

The library, Old Columbia College

Le ballon rédaction et bureaux A. Brissonnet ... Paris.

Holman to Dana: "Et tu, Brute" (And you, you brute)

Belle La Follette graduation, 1885

Library at Quincy, Ill.

The Public School Library, Dayton, Ohio

Checks and General Receipts - Folder 1 of 2

J. Robert Love, M.D.,

Library of Harvard University

Reading-room, British Museum, London, Eng.

Carnegie library competition, Pittsburgh, Pa. Preliminary study / / William E. Greenawalt, archt., New York.

Spooner Library, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.

Women in Business; A reason in universal suffrage

Women in Business

Woman a Taxpayer

Mrs. Elizabeth Cady. Stanton's Alternative to New York State Constitutional Convention

Miss Elizabeth Burrill Curtis impressive speaker before the New York Constitutional Convention

Clippings of an article on Arnold Genthe by Joseph Gregor and an article from Die Bühne

Prison Reform

Clippings of an article on Arnold Genthe by Joseph Gregor and an article from Die Bühne

Blackstone Library Branford, Conn.

Clipping from an article on photography, including a photograph by Arnold Genthe entitled Study of black drapery

Clipping from an article on photography, including a photograph by Arnold Genthe entitled Study of black drapery

Clipping from an article on photography, including an image by Arnold Genthe of a woman holding a kitten

The Duties of Freedom: Elizabeth Burrill Curtis address to New York State Woman Suffrage Association

Clipping from an article on photography, including a photograph of a display of Genthe photographs

Clipping from an article on Arnold Genthe, including a self-portrait of Arnold Genthe

Clipping from an article on Arnold Genthe called Ein Romantiker der Photographie: Arnold Genthe, consisting of portrait

Clipping from an article on Arnold Genthe, including a self-portrait of Arnold Genthe

Clipping from an article on Arnold Genthe called Ein Romantiker der Photographie: Arnold Genthe, consisting of portrait

Clipping from an article on photography, including a photograph of a display of Genthe photographs

Prison Reform

Clipping from an article on photography, including an image by Arnold Genthe of a woman holding a kitten

The perpetual adoration of Grover

Securing new members; report of Miss Miller read at Recent State Suffrage Convention

Mrs. Mackay Asks Aid of Governor Hughes

New York State Convention

Susan B. Anthony, photomechanical print

The Battling Workingwoman

A Correction

Advice to women suffragists

Women Opposed to Votes Are Angry with Mr. Taft

Trafalgar Square

Lucretia Mott portrait with quote

Flag Incident and Affronting Old Glory

Women Suffragists in Council in Geneva

Geneva Political Equality Club women attend Democratic Primaries

Letter from Mrs. Stanton

In Memoriam; Elizabeth Smith Miller by A. S. B. [Alice Stone Blackwell]

New York Notes

Antis Make Votes for Suffrage

Wendell Phillips portrait with quote

Political Equality Club. It will be addressed by Miss Huntington Nov. 28

Editorial comment; From present indications, as brought out prominently...

Equal with Man

Mrs. Haley says several members of the club occupied a box at the opera house

Voting at the Theatres

Hawaii's ex-queen files a protest. Ex-queen Liliuokalani

O.J.C. Rose

For Suffrage. State Convention of the Woman Suffragists; A Successful Gathering; page 2

Albany anti-suffragist Mrs. W. W. Crannell, to campaign in South Dakota, arguing women's place is at home.

Political Equality; A Geneva Club was organized last night

Political Equality; A Geneva Club Was Organized Last Night

Political Equality Club Organized

Woman Suffrage Convention-Editorial

Editorial comment; There are many women who oppose the movement...

Miss Crystal Eastman

Women Who Would Like To Vote Heard

For Equality; page 2

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