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Subject and Names Index for Miller Scrapbook 1908-1909

Subject and Names Index for Miller Scrapbook 1908-1909

Handwritten by Anne Fitzhugh Miller; only pages with entries are reproduced.

Taxation without representation in the state of New York

Taxation without representation in the state of New York

Totals of tax paying women with assessed property values in Geneva and Seneca Township, Ontario County, New York summarized in manuscript

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

Metropolitan Opera House Reunion of the Pioneers and Friends of Woman's Progress on Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Eightieth Birthday

Metropolitan Opera House Reunion of the Pioneers and Friends of Woman'...

Speakers highlight women's progress in religion, education, philanthropy, art, medicine, suffrage

To Organize A Political Equality Club the Men and Women of Geneva

To Organize A Political Equality Club the Men and Women of Geneva

Call for organizing meeting of Geneva Political Equality Club, sponsored by an equal number of men and women

New York State Convention

New York State Convention

report on New York State Woman Suffrage Convention by Isabel Howland, corresponding secretary

Ralph Waldo Emerson Suffrage Quote Card

Ralph Waldo Emerson Suffrage Quote Card

Ralph Waldo Emerson quotation supporting woman 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

Mrs. Mackay Asks Aid of Governor Hughes

Mrs. Mackay Asks Aid of Governor Hughes

Mrs. Mackay, wealthy New York suffragist pressures Governor Hughes; Judiciary Committee members and Speaker Wadsworth to submit suffrage amendment to the people.

The Battling Workingwoman

The Battling Workingwoman

Letter to Editor of New York Times counters Margaret Doane Gardiner, insisting that being a working woman she wants the ballot in order to fight her own battles.

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

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

Frances Squire Potter to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Frances Squire Potter to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

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

Advice to women suffragists

Advice to women suffragists

Urges suffrage women to concentrate on winning over indifferent and opposing women

Woman Suffrage Convention! In Geneva!

Woman Suffrage Convention! In Geneva!

Lists speakers and venues--Collin's Hall and Smith opera house for New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Flag Incident and Affronting Old Glory

Flag Incident and Affronting Old Glory

Editorial responses to the "flag desecration" incident, one suggesting that the beer advertisement from which the suffrage flag depiction was modified was more desecration than the suffrage version; A.S.B (Alic... more

Women Opposed to Votes Are Angry with Mr. Taft

Women Opposed to Votes Are Angry with Mr. Taft

New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage protest President Taft's speaking at National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention. Ida Harper says Taft and wife are suffragists

Women Suffragists in Council in Geneva

Women Suffragists in Council in Geneva

Reports balloting for state officers; describes delegates and decorations in Smith Opera House

Letter from Mrs. Stanton

Letter from Mrs. Stanton

Praises Geneva Political Equality Club organization; importance of women studying municipal and state laws

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

Political Equality Club Organized

Political Equality Club Organized

Reports Geneva Political Equality Club organizing meeting

O.J.C. Rose

O.J.C. Rose

O. J.C. Rose, biographical information and photomechanical print

Voting at the Theatres

Voting at the Theatres

Newspaper photographs and short article depicting voting at seven theatres.

Political Equality; A Geneva Club Was Organized Last Night

Political Equality; A Geneva Club Was Organized Last Night

Reports organizing of Geneva Political Equality Club; fifty charter members

Political Equality; A Geneva Club was organized last night

Political Equality; A Geneva Club was organized last night

Fifty become charter members of Geneva Political Equality Club; men well represented Another copy complete on page 17

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

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

Editorial comment: Women should have the right to vote, even if they do not exercise it,

The Flag and the Suffrage Movement

The Flag and the Suffrage Movement

Editor supports Kansas City Journal's comment that U.S. flag is for law and order and not for equal suffrage and shouldn't be waved by suffragists.

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

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

Suffragettes Mean to Keep Up excitement and Win; Emmeline Pankhurst in Buffalo; photomechanical print

Suffragettes Mean to Keep Up excitement and Win; Emmeline Pankhurst in...

Pankhurst traces history of woman suffrage movement in England; militant actions against press and politicians, when meetings were closed to women, they held protests outside; threw stones wrapped with messages... more

Miss Crystal Eastman

Miss Crystal Eastman

Crystal Eastman biographical sketch and photomechanical print

De Witt Hallenbeck

De Witt Hallenbeck

De Witt Hallenbeck biographical information and photomechanical print

Woman Suffrage By Mrs. John Winters Brannan

Woman Suffrage By Mrs. John Winters Brannan

Mrs. John Winters Brannan: equal suffrage would address unjust laws including father's custody of children.

The Woman's Column; Geneva Convention Notes

The Woman's Column; Geneva Convention Notes

Describes hospitality of Millers, weather, and convention highlights

Society to Boom Woman Suffrage

Society to Boom Woman Suffrage

New York society well represented at Carnegie suffrage meeting: on platform: Prof. John Dewey, Mark Twain, Clarence Mackay; box holders include Mrs. George Gould, Mrs. Clarence Mackay, Mrs. Philip Lydig, Mrs. P... more

Prayer for justice for women

Prayer for justice for women

Prayer offered by President Robert Ellis Jones of Hobart College at first session of New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention, asking for encouragement for reform leaders and triumph of coequality a... more

Let Her Come

Let Her Come

Women votes would clean up smoking and drinking and vice.

Why we need a Political Equality Club in Geneva

Why we need a Political Equality Club in Geneva

Geneva club needed to promote political equality and prepare for active citizenship. Women taxpayers may vote at tax meetings

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Letterhead with Geneva Political Equality Club Constitution affixed

New York State Woman Suffrage Association Letterhead with Geneva Polit...

Note that Article III, requiring members to sign the Constitution is marked in margin by parallel lines and at the foot of the printed Constitution are three autograph signatures: Carl Lumholtz, Chas. D. Miller... more

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

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

Summarizes New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention proceedings

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

For Those who Ask

For Those who Ask

Date and author identified in Ann Fitzhugh Miller's hand Summarizes membership in Geneva Political Equality Club and state suffrage clubs

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

Remarks by S. H. Ver Planck at Geneva Political Equality Club meeting

Remarks by S. H. Ver Planck at Geneva Political Equality Club meeting

Enclosed with Ver Planck's letter to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, December 20, 1898

Declined

Declined

Albany "antis" opposed to woman suffrage decline Geneva Political Equality Club invitation to participate in discussion on suffrage .

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

Political Equality Club meeting

Political Equality Club meeting

Notice of Geneva Political Equality Club meeting

A Little Fun Now and Then

A Little Fun Now and Then

Ann Fitzhugh Miller reads letters from a Cazenovia lawyer to Harriet May Mills suggesting that she might serve as a juror in the place of Earnest Fuller, who has too many responsibilities at home and Mills reply

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

Lawyer Nicholas on Geneva Affairs

Lawyer Nicholas on Geneva Affairs

Nicholas proposes municipal league to oversee local government officials; supports women's participation

Political Equality Club- Editorial comment

Political Equality Club- Editorial comment

Editorial Comment praising the leadership abilities of women in Geneva Political Equality Club

From Miss Root, 1898

From Miss Root, 1898

In Ann Fitzhugh Miller's hand: "Accompanied by gavel"

Editorial comment favoring woman suffrage

Editorial comment favoring woman suffrage

Editorial comment supports state referendum to decide woman suffrage question

On to Victory

On to Victory

82 men and women enroll in Parliamentary drill class

An Address On Political Equality

An Address On Political Equality

Summarizes Professor F. M. Noa's address supporting equal suffrage as a benefit to both men and women

Delegate; 30th Anniversary New York State Woman Suffrage Association, Hudson

Delegate; 30th Anniversary New York State Woman Suffrage Association, ...

Both Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Elizabeth Smith Miller were delegates to this convention

Geneva Political Equality Club Meetings

Geneva Political Equality Club Meetings

Five brief clippings describing Geneva Political Equality Club activates including civics class lead by Charles Hemiup and nominations for Geneva Political Equality Club President; membership now 88

Thirtieth Annual Convention and Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration of the National American Woman Suffrage Association

Thirtieth Annual Convention and Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration of th...

Announcing 1898 National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention, Washington, D.C.; hotel and rail road rates; suggests state reports on fifty years of progress

For Equality

For Equality

Summarizes Geneva Political Equality Club meeting March 12 with John Robertson speaking for woman suffrage

A Municipal League

A Municipal League

Discusses city charter and need for a municipal league to monitor local officials

Lawyer Nicholas on Geneva Affairs

Lawyer Nicholas on Geneva Affairs

Nicholas proposes municipal league to oversee local government officials; supports women's participation

The Vote of Woman

The Vote of Woman

Three clippings announcing Geneva Political Equality Club lecture by John Robertson on woman suffrage; 700 invitation cards distributed; large crowd expected

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

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