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Andrew Fitzhugh to Thomas Jefferson, September 15, 1797, Rights of Man Public Announcement from "Mr. F"
Fitzhugh Lee, 1835-1905

Fitzhugh Lee, 1835-1905

Head and shoulders, facing slightly left.

Frances Squire Potter to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Frances Squire Potter to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Potter's note reports improved health of Mary Gray Peck.

B. I. Hallenbeck to Anne Fitzhugh Miller re: Collection Taken, December 29, 1903

B. I. Hallenbeck to Anne Fitzhugh Miller re: Collection Taken, Decembe...

Geneva Political Equality Club treasurer report on collection at Catt address

Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, U.S. Consul General at Havana

Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, U.S. Consul General at Havana

This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Tobin.

National American Woman Suffrage Association of the United States-Life Membership Certificate for Anne Fitzhugh Miller

National American Woman Suffrage Association of the United States-Life...

N. B. "American" added to name. Signed by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and Harriet Taylor Upton

Senator John Raines to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Senator John Raines to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Senator John Raines supports Armstrong bill for woman suffrage

Geneva Political Equality meeting at Mrs. C. N. Hemiup's; Anne Fitzhugh Miller reports on National convention in Washington.

Geneva Political Equality meeting at Mrs. C. N. Hemiup's; Anne Fitzhug...

In hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller, notes further coverage on National Convention at Washington on p 163-169

Annis Ford Eastman to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Annis Ford Eastman to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Annis Eastman agrees to speak at Geneva

Secretary to the President, William Loeb, Jr., to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Secretary to the President, William Loeb, Jr., to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Loeb acknowledges receipt of January 29 Miller letter to Roosevelt

Anne Fitzhugh Miller's notes for her remarks encouraging women taxpayers to prepare for municipal tax election

Anne Fitzhugh Miller's notes for her remarks encouraging women taxpaye...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller notes that 600 Geneva women are eligible to vote on water and fire department improvements; reports Kate Gordon's efforts to secure tax levy for sewage improvements in New Orleans and concl... more

Kate M. Gordon to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Kate M. Gordon to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Announces death of Sophie Friedland, Russian suffragist, scheduled to speak to Geneva Political Equality Club

Kate M. Gordon to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 1903?

Kate M. Gordon to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 1903?

Gordon conveys Carrie Chapman Catt's view that Mrs. Lewis's offer of $1,000 for the New Hampshire Campaign is too late to be effective.

Dr. Whitman H. Jordan's comments on role of women criticized by Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Dr. Whitman H. Jordan's comments on role of women criticized by Anne F...

Woman as mother and homemaker vs. woman as worker and voter

Charles H. Huke To Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Charles H. Huke To Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Regarding Anne Fitzhugh Miller's request for current assessment roles

John M. O'Malley to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

John M. O'Malley to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Geneva City Clerk counts 526 women on tax rolls

Verna Haley to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Verna Haley to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Compliments Miller on her speech at tax suffrage hearings

Samuel D. Willard to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Samuel D. Willard to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Willard receives meeting notice cards to be distributed before school election. Thanks Miller for support.

S. W. Every to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

S. W. Every to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Promises active support of suffrage cause

Sereno E. Payne, Committee on Ways and Means, to Elizabeth Fitzhugh Miller

Sereno E. Payne, Committee on Ways and Means, to Elizabeth Fitzhugh Mi...

Payne supports women's protest to remove discriminatory language from statehood bill

Dr. N.B. Remick to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Dr. N.B. Remick to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Declining invitation to Geneva Political Equality Club meeting; photomechanical print of North Church Manse, Geneva, New York

Mary Coolidge to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, June 3, 1904

Mary Coolidge to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, June 3, 1904

Mary Collidge, Phelps Political Equality Club president, indicating thirty members will attend Lochland party

Anne Fitzhugh Miller's Word of Welcome

Anne Fitzhugh Miller's Word of Welcome

Anne Fitzhugh's welcome to Lochland piazza party

Nathaniel Schmidt to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 16, 1904

Nathaniel Schmidt to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, March 16, 1904

Schmidt accepts invitation to address Geneva Political Equality Club

Carrie Chapman Catt to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, December 1904

Carrie Chapman Catt to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, December 1904

Carrie Chapman Catt thanks Anne Fitzhugh Miller for sending her a copy of the Geneva Political Equality Club souvenir booklet; notes she has put Elizabeth Smith Miller's picture over her desk.

Thomas Osbourne, Auburn Mayor to Anne Fitzhugh Miller.

Thomas Osbourne, Auburn Mayor to Anne Fitzhugh Miller.

Thomas Osborne, thanking for copy of Geneva Political Equality Club yearbook 1905-06 ; but suggesting speaker should include speakers opposed to equal suffrage

Thomas Mott Osbourne to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, November 29, 1905

Thomas Mott Osbourne to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, November 29, 1905

Osborne too busy to accept invitation to speak to Geneva Political Equality Club

Mary H. Loines to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, January 20, 1905

Mary H. Loines to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, January 20, 1905

Manuscript insertion: "and L' Hommedieu of Medina who says the Lockport men told him to vote against the bill." Concerned that Senator Raines is only member of subdivision of Cities Committee that supports Thir... more

Whitman H. Jordan to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Whitman H. Jordan to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Jordan encourages women to support Samuel D. Willard in school election.

Harriet May Mills, New York State Woman Suffrage Association, to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Harriet May Mills, New York State Woman Suffrage Association, to Anne ...

Mills has organized Honeoye club, Alice Ashley, president. Asks Anne Fitzhugh Miller to correspond and visit this new Ontario Club

Anne Fitzhugh Miller Delegate Ribbon, Baltimore, 1906 and photo mechanical print

Anne Fitzhugh Miller Delegate Ribbon, Baltimore, 1906 and photo mechan...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller was a delegate to the 1906 Baltimore National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Mary Loines to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Mary Loines to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Quotes from Horace White letter regarding his opposition to third class cities tax suffrage for women taxpayers as "most dangerous as it strikes at the root of our social institutions" Used by Anne Fitzhugh Mil... more

Legislative Committee of New York State Woman Suffrage Association meet at Home of Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Legislative Committee of New York State Woman Suffrage Association mee...

Legislative Committee agree to reintroduce in New York legislature both a concurrent resolution to amend the constitution and a bill to equalize tax suffrage in third class cities. Favorable changes in membersh... more

President Roosevelt & Capt. Fitzhugh Lee

President Roosevelt & Capt. Fitzhugh Lee

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt and Capt. Fitzhugh Lee on horseback. H94596 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. No. 15d. Copyright 1907 by B.M. Clinedinst, Wash., D.C.

Arthur P. Rose to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Arthur P. Rose to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Mayor congratulates Anne Fitzhugh Miller on success of New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention in Geneva

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Ella Crossett in Canandaigua to organize Political Equality Club

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Ella Crossett in Canandaigua to organize Poli...

Political equality clubs help educate citizens about municipal affairs and encourage women's contributions to public good on school boards, supporting equal pay and peace

M. Carey Thomas To Anne Fitzhugh Miller

M. Carey Thomas To Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Carrie Thomas appeals to Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Elizabeth Smith Miller to pledge contributions to the Susan B. Anthony Guarantee Fund.

President Roosevelt and Capt. Fitzhugh Lee

President Roosevelt and Capt. Fitzhugh Lee

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt and Capt. Fitzhugh Lee horseback riding, jumping over a hedge. H94594 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. No. 13b. Copyright 1907 by Clinedinst, Wash., D.C.

Anne Fitzhugh Miller speaks to Hobart College class on woman suffrage

Anne Fitzhugh Miller speaks to Hobart College class on woman suffrage

Miller speaks to Hobart College class on woman suffrage; thinks those that are free have responsibility to enable others to experience freedom

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Ella Crossett in Canandaigua to organize Political Equality Club

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Ella Crossett in Canandaigua to organize Poli...

Political equality clubs help educate citizens about municipal affairs and encourage women's contributions to public good on school boards, supporting equal pay and peace

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association, to Miss Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association, to Miss ...

Invitation to Anne Fitzhugh Miller to become member of National American Woman Suffrage Association Literature Committee, chaired by Elizabeth Hauser

Pres. Roosevelt and Capt Fitzhugh Lee

Pres. Roosevelt and Capt Fitzhugh Lee

H94593 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Copyright by B. M. Clinedinst.

Pretty reception at Lochland describing New York Woman Suffrage Association convention event hosted by Elizabeth Smith Miller and Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Pretty reception at Lochland describing New York Woman Suffrage Associ...

Describes Lochland decorations and memorial tributes for Mary S. Anthony.

Albert B. Smith, General Secretary, Geneva YMCA, to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Albert B. Smith, General Secretary, Geneva YMCA, to Anne Fitzhugh Mill...

Thanks Anne Fitzhugh Miller for singing and arranging for Anna Howard Shaw to speak at YMCA meeting.

Harriet Taylor Upton to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, June 26, 1907

Harriet Taylor Upton to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, June 26, 1907

Harriet Upton, thanks Anne Fitzhugh Miller for kind remarks and comments about the "hum-drum" of her work as National American Woman Suffrage Association Treasurer

Ernest W. Schoder to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, April 26, 1908

Ernest W. Schoder to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, April 26, 1908

Schoder reports that Elizabeth Cook won the Woodford prize in Oratory---a Portia among five Brutus's.

Geneva Political Equality Club executive meeting notice from Anne Fitzhugh Miller, President

Geneva Political Equality Club executive meeting notice from Anne Fitz...

Geneva Political Equality Club executive meeting notice in the hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Anne Fitzhugh Miller :In Defense of Emmeline Pankhurst

Anne Fitzhugh Miller :In Defense of Emmeline Pankhurst

Emmeline Panhurst is here to explain the British system and why militant methods are needed there, not to convert American women to militant methods.

Theodore Roosevelt, President, to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Theodore Roosevelt, President, to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

White House letters of Feb 25 and Feb 2, 1909 were originally affixed on scrapbook page 91, in front of Miller's February 26 letter to Roosevelt. Roosevelt alleges no time to provide a fuller statement in suppo... more

Anne Fitzhugh Miller, Legislative Committee, New York State Woman Suffrage Association, to President Theodore Roosevelt

Anne Fitzhugh Miller, Legislative Committee, New York State Woman Suff...

In Anne Fitzhugh Miller's spunky reply to Roosevelt's note of February 25, she again asks to reprint his brief comment in support of woman suffrage and suggests that a few additional lines would take "about hal... more

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 23, 1909

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 23, 1909

Blatch requests that Anne Fitzhugh Miller arrange an interview with Speaker James Wadsworth for February 24, 1909, before suffrage hearing.

Acting Secretary to Governor Hughes to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Acting Secretary to Governor Hughes to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Acknowledges receipt of Anne Fitzhugh Miller letter on woman suffrage.

Sanford W. Abbey to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Sanford W. Abbey to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Sanford Abbey promises support in winning franchise for women

Henry B. Graves to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Henry B. Graves to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Graves, who spoke on tariff at the Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club on March 15, comments about the importance of concern for the poor and uneducated

Miss Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Elizabeth Smith Miller

Miss Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Elizabeth Smith Miller

photomechanical print of Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Elizabeth Smith Miller, who received tribute for their work at Ontario County Woman Suffrage Association Convention.

Elizabeth Smith Miller to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Elizabeth Smith Miller to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Postmarked February 24, 1909, to Anne Fitzhugh Miller in Albany, where she was attending the New York Senate suffrage hearings

Elihu Root to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Elihu Root to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

In reply to Anne Fitzhugh Miller's March 9 postcard, Root suggests that his 1894 speech may be found in Constitutional Conventional Proceedings available at most public libraries.

A Last Appeal : Anne Fitzhugh Miller to Judiciary Committee

A Last Appeal : Anne Fitzhugh Miller to Judiciary Committee

Reprints Anne Fitzhugh Miller's letter to 26 members of Joint Judiciary Committee urging them to report the suffrage amendment favorably and listing prominent men in Geneva, Ithaca, and New York City that endor... more

Ella Crossett to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Ella Crossett to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Ella Crossett notice of meeting with Governor: Come if you can. Gov's room Capitol--12o'clock Wed.

Anne Fitzhugh Miller Called on Governor Hughes

Anne Fitzhugh Miller Called on Governor Hughes

Anne Fitzhugh Miller accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Hazard, visit with Mrs. Antoinette Hughes before attending meeting with Governor Hughes.

Elizabeth Smith Miller and Anne Fitzhugh Miller at Lochland, photograph

Elizabeth Smith Miller and Anne Fitzhugh Miller at Lochland, photograp...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Elizabeth Smith Miller below the wisteria on the veranda at Lochland.

Robert Fuller, Secretary to the Governor, to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Robert Fuller, Secretary to the Governor, to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Governor Hughes acknowledges receiving pamphlet "Subjection of Women" from Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Antoinette Hughes to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Antoinette Hughes to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Antoinette Hughes, governor's wife thanks Anne Fitzhugh Miller for Woman Suffrage Calendar. She will try to keep an open mind about suffrage, though not naturally supportive.