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Women in Business; A reason in universal suffrage

Women in Business; A reason in universal suffrage

Extracts Elizabeth Cady Stanton's paper on why equal suffrage for women taxpayers would bring honesty and economy to government; both men and women have responsibility to both home and state

Woman a Taxpayer

Woman a Taxpayer

Extracts Elizabeth Cady Stanton's paper on women taxpayers' right to equal suffrage

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

Securing new members; report of Miss Miller read at Recent State Suffr...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller believes confidence and tact key to expanding support of suffrage

Geneva Political Equality Club women attend Democratic Primaries

Geneva Political Equality Club women attend Democratic Primaries

Three clippings cover Democratic ward primaries held in Geneva; lists twelve county convention delegates permitted by population of 12, 446, lists Geneva Political Equality Club representatives sent to each war... more

New York Notes

New York Notes

Reports Geneva Political Equality Club organizational meeting extract of Ann Fitzhugh Miller speech incomplete; see "why we need a political equality club," page 16

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

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

Elizabeth Smith Miller Obituary, who died May 22, 1911.Describes life with her father Gerrit Smith in Peterboro, New York, her wearing of the bloomer costume in 1851; writing a cookbook; suffrage activities; ho... more

Equality Club; Last regular meeting of the season; page 2

Equality Club; Last regular meeting of the season; page 2

Summarizes Geneva Political Equality Club meeting: Elizabeth Smith Miller reports on municipal and school suffrage; Mrs. T. H. Bibb and Mrs. C. N. Hemiup on Single Woman Suffrage; Frederick Malette, President o... more

After the Convention

After the Convention

Compares Dr. W. H. Jordan's and Harriot Stanton Blatch's comments on educating women for housekeeping and motherhood

The Woman's Column; Geneva Convention Notes

The Woman's Column; Geneva Convention Notes

Describes hospitality of Millers, weather, and convention highlights

New York Notes; page 2

New York Notes; page 2

Reports Geneva Political Equality Club organizational meeting; extract of Ann Fitzhugh Miller speech (incomplete); see "why we need a political equality club," page 16

Vote for Women; John M. Robertson before the Political Equality Club

Vote for Women; John M. Robertson before the Political Equality Club

Includes extracts from President Anne Fitzhugh Miller's introductions and John Robertson's lecture; Phelps Political Equality Club represented

May 1898 Piazza Party

May 1898 Piazza Party

Describes Geneva Political Equality Club closing event at Miller's home, Lochland; Elizabeth Cady Stanton's reminiscences of the first women's suffrage meeting in 1848 read by S. H. Ver Planck. Music by Anne Fi... more

Equality Club; Last regular meeting of the season

Equality Club; Last regular meeting of the season

Summarizes Geneva Political Equality Club meeting: Elizabeth Smith Miller reports on municipal and school suffrage; Mrs. T. H. Bibb and Mrs. C. N. Hemiup on Single Woman Suffrage; Frederick Malette, President o... more

Political Equality Club; Collins Hall

Political Equality Club; Collins Hall

Clippings report activities of Geneva Political Equality Club, October and November 1898. Anne Fitzhugh Miller and S. H. Ver Planck elected delegates to New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention at H... more

Geneva Political Equality Club Constitution,  Bylaws, and Membership list

Geneva Political Equality Club Constitution, Bylaws, and Membership l...

Geneva Political Equality Club Constitution, By-Laws and Officers for 1898, printed, followed by Alphabetical Membership list, mostly in the hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller. More than 200 names are recorded, some ... more

Piazza Party at the Lochland

Piazza Party at the Lochland

Describes Lochland party; Frederick Willis address on Alcott family; birthday telegram to Julia Ward Howe; Seventeen from Phelps Political Equality Club come twelve miles by four-horse carryall.

Delegate National American Woman Suffrage Association 31st Annual Convention

Delegate National American Woman Suffrage Association 31st Annual Conv...

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

New York State Woman Suffrage Association 31st Annual Convention, Dunkirk

New York State Woman Suffrage Association 31st Annual Convention, Dunk...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller was a delegate to New York State Woman Suffrage Convention in Dunkirk

Beautiful Geneva

Beautiful Geneva

Blackwell describes Geneva visit; Miller estate, Lochland; memories of Gerrit Smith and Elizabeth Smith Miller

Suffragists Now in Convention

Suffragists Now in Convention

Details of New York State Woman Suffrage Association elections: Mariana Chapman, President; Anne Fitzhugh Miller, 2nd auditor; extracts from Chapman's speech; extracts from Susan B. Anthony's speech on the need... more

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

Miss Miller Named an Officer at the State Women's Suffrage Association

Miss Miller Named an Officer at the State Women's Suffrage Association

Written by Anne Fitzhugh Miller below clipping: "Delegates from G.P.E C. were Mrs. Florence Lewis Mrs. Powers" Lists state officers; Anne Fitzhugh Miller named auditor of New York State Woman Suffrage Association

Susan B. Anthony to life members

Susan B. Anthony to life members

Form letter to life members, enclosing copy of History of Woman Suffrage, vol. 4. Signed by Susan B. Anthony

The regular meeting of the political equality club: Harriot Stanton Blatch speaks on "Effects of War on Economic Position of Women"

The regular meeting of the political equality club: Harriot Stanton Bl...

Women's contributions to industrial life during war should be continued in peacetime

Legislature; tax bill passed Assembly, failed in Senate

Legislature; tax bill passed Assembly, failed in Senate

Clippings from State newsletter for March 1900; tax bill for limited suffrage for women taxpayers failed to pass New York legislature; Anne F. Miller report on Washington Convention to Phelps Political Equality Club

The President's Report

The President's Report

Anne Fitzhugh Miller reports to New York State Woman Suffrage Convention, Glens Falls, New York, summarizing activities of Geneva Political Equality Club 1899-1900; Distributes copies of Professor Nash's pamphl... more

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 Club held at Mrs. Greene's

Geneva Political Equality Club held at Mrs. Greene's

Geneva women taxpayers to vote on water reservoir; New York Assembly tables bill on municipal woman suffrage on tax issues

Courteous but non-committal

Courteous but non-committal

Prints Jean LaRue Burnett's letter to Anne Fitzhugh Miller and encourages him to support political equality in response to Grady resolution in Senate not to consider woman suffrage issue

Julie R. Jenney to Mrs. Elnora A. Babcock

Julie R. Jenney to Mrs. Elnora A. Babcock

Re certificate of incorporation for New York State Woman Suffrage Association

Ella Hawley Crossett speaks to Geneva Political Equality Club

Ella Hawley Crossett speaks to Geneva Political Equality Club

Clippings cover Ella Hawley Crossett's remarks on history of New York State Woman Suffrage Association, need to organize county clubs, and higher education of women in England and Germany; cameo image of Crossett

Geneva Political Equality Club, Membership, 1901

Geneva Political Equality Club, Membership, 1901

Geneva Political Equality Club membership ticket handwritten, 'Miss A. F. Miller'

Geneva Political Equality Club May Piazza Party at Lochland

Geneva Political Equality Club May Piazza Party at Lochland

Clippings covering Lochland Party include extracts from Anne Fitzhugh Miller's introduction stating importance of women's service beyond the home; Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, Rochester School Commissioner, spoke on ... more

Mrs. Percy Widdrington Speaks at the Geneva Political Equality Club

Mrs. Percy Widdrington Speaks at the Geneva Political Equality Club

Four clippings relate to lecture by English suffragist Enid Stacy (Mrs. Percy) Widdrington

Miss Miller Explains

Miss Miller Explains

Clarifies club plan to inform Geneva taxpaying women on tax appropriation issues

The Political Equality Club for Peace

The Political Equality Club for Peace

Annual election of officers; peace resolution; changes in women's role in industry

Did the Mule or the Man Vote and Question of Arithmetic: Gail Laughlin speaks on equal suffrage

Did the Mule or the Man Vote and Question of Arithmetic: Gail Laughlin...

Clippings cover Gail Laughlin speech to Geneva Political Equality Club on equal 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

Mrs. Widdrington Speaks at Political Equality Club

Mrs. Widdrington Speaks at Political Equality Club

Three clippings relate to English suffragist Mrs. Percy Widdrington's lecture on citizenship, including excerpts from her lecture and Anne Fitzhugh Miller's introductory remarks

Annis Ford Eastman to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Annis Ford Eastman to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Annis Eastman agrees to speak at Geneva

National American Woman Suffrage Association Delegate ribbon

National American Woman Suffrage Association Delegate ribbon

Anne Fitzhugh Miller was a delegate to this Washington Convention. Button has image of U.S. Capitol

Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth and her work in State prisons

Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth and her work in State prisons

Three clippings report on Maud Ballington Booth's lecture on "Hope Halls" for ex-prisoners transition to useful citizens by providing temporary homes and work. Includes extracts from Booth's speech and Anne Fit... more

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

On Lochland's Broad Piazza

On Lochland's Broad Piazza

Two hundred attend Geneva Political Equality Club party Last two paragraphs refer to Charlotte Gilman's prior visit in November 1902 .

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.

Suffrage Talk of Carrie Chapman Catt; page 2

Suffrage Talk of Carrie Chapman Catt; page 2

Carrie Chapman Catt speaks to 500; women's progress in education and contributions to labor force make woman suffrage inevitable

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

Geneva Political Equality Club Annual meeting

Geneva Political Equality Club Annual meeting

Geneva Political Equality Club annual election of officers; organization of Ontario County Political Equality Club

Women Seek to Vote in Third Class Cities Tax Elections

Women Seek to Vote in Third Class Cities Tax Elections

Clippings cover tax suffrage hearings in Albany, New York; testimonials from Geneva business leaders; half of Geneva taxpayers are women, who own a third of the real property

Woman Suffrage Above Human Law

Woman Suffrage Above Human Law

At Geneva Political Equality Club meeting honoring Susan B. Anthony, Anne Fitzhugh Miller read excerpts from her grandfather, Gerrit Smith's August 15, 1873, letter to Susan B. Anthony, enclosing $100 to pay he... more

Charlotte Perkins Gilman speaks at Geneva Political Equality Club Piazza Party

Charlotte Perkins Gilman speaks at Geneva Political Equality Club Piaz...

Clippings re Geneva Political Equality Club Lochland Party, Gilman speech on woman suffrage

New York State Woman Suffrage Association 35th Annual Convention, Hornellsville, New York

New York State Woman Suffrage Association 35th Annual Convention, Horn...

Convention delegate ribbon and pin. Anne Fitzhugh Miller was delegate as President of Ontario County Political Equality Club

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.

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention Work; page 3

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention Work; page 3

Clipping paragraph beginning "To report" should be before that beginning "a hearing." Related clipping extracts Anne Fitzhugh Miller's convention report on composition of Geneva Political Equality Club: 50 men ... more