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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

39th Annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

39th Annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention program speakers and local hosts of visiting delegates and speakers.

First Meeting of Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Class

First Meeting of Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Class

Preceded by brief press clipping, "News Condensed," announcing this Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Class .Sketch of Clara Barton's life read; parliamentary drill conducted by Mrs. Alexander A. Baldridge.

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suf...

Summarizes committee reports of Oct 16 on young people's clubs, Mrs. Charles H. Congdon, and legislative work, Mary Craigie and Anne Fitzhugh Miller NB Continues on next page ,summarizing Oct. 16 evening speech... more

Woman Spoke to Audience of Men.

Woman Spoke to Audience of Men.

Anna Howard Shaw addresses YMCA meeting of 183 men, stressing that man needs to develop his moral and spiritual self as well as his physical and intellectual self.

100 Delegates at New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention; page 2

100 Delegates at New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention;...

Baldridge notes disparity between pay of local male and female teachers; Crossett summaries suffrage gains at home and abroad and outlines the work of the New York Woman Suffrage Association.

Women's suffrage agitation

Women's suffrage agitation

Editorial suggests that adoption of British militant tactics will split the American suffrage movement; suffragists need to win over majority of women

Anne Cobden Sanderson, portrait medallion

Anne Cobden Sanderson, portrait medallion

See page 38 reference to John Mowbray-Clarke as artist

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention; page 2

Women Name Same List of Officers; 39th annual New York State Woman Suf...

Summarizes committee reports of Oct 16 on young people's clubs, Mrs. Charles H. Congdon, and legislative work, Mary Craigie and Anne Fitzhugh Miller NB Continues on next page ,summarizing Oct. 16 evening speech... more

President Roosevelt Receives Woman Suffragists, National [American] Woman Suffrage Association

President Roosevelt Receives Woman Suffragists, National [American] Wo...

Probably enclosed with Harriet Taylor Upton to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, November 5, 1907, Scrapbook 6; page 75

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention; page 2

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffr...

Gov. Charles Hughes criticized for vetoing bill for equal pay for New York City teachers; Mrs. Henry Villard, daughter of Wm Lloyd Garrison, report on Hague Peace Conference; New York Woman's Suffrage Associati... more

100 Delegates at New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

100 Delegates at New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention

Baldridge notes disparity between pay of local male and female teachers; Crossett summaries suffrage gains at home and abroad and outlines the work of the New York Woman Suffrage Association.

School Matters Were Discussed at Geneva Political Equality Club meeting

School Matters Were Discussed at Geneva Political Equality Club meetin...

Geneva Political Equality Club discusses school board changes and programs for training students in citizenship

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

Julia Ward Howe to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Julia Ward Howe to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Julia Ward Howe invites Anne Fitzhugh Miller to reception in Copley Hall, Boston.

Special school election held

Special school election held

Geneva taxpayers vote on school building improvements appropriation; 1908 budget adopted

Suffragists Hold Busy Sessions

Suffragists Hold Busy Sessions

Martha Williams, historian, praised Geneva Political Equality Club on compiling three scrapbooks; President Crossett urged other clubs to record progress through scrapbooks. SBA photos on sale for SBA memorial ... more

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffr...

Gov. Charles Hughes criticized for vetoing bill for equal pay for New York City teachers; Mrs. Henry Villard, daughter of Wm Lloyd Garrison, report on Hague Peace Conference; New York Woman's Suffrage Associati... more

To the Women of the School Districts of New York State

To the Women of the School Districts of New York State

Jenny E. McKinney, Chairman, New York State Woman Suffrage Association School Suffrage Committee urges women to vote for school trustees and appropriations at August school meeting. Lists committee members by county

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.

Geneva Political Equality Club Meeting

Geneva Political Equality Club Meeting

Anne Fitzhugh Miller announces appointment of prominent New York men to New York State Woman Suffrage Association Cooperating Legislative Committee; support woman suffrage in municipal elections; temperance discussion.

"Local Membership" Yellow Ribbon

"Local Membership" Yellow Ribbon

Probably worn by Anne Fitzhugh Miller at New York State Woman Suffrage Association 39th annual convention, Geneva, October 15-17, 1907.

Suffrage Speeches Made to U. S. Senate

Suffrage Speeches Made to U. S. Senate

Suffragists speak before U.S. Senate and House committees; Carrie Chapman Catt reports on woman suffrage improvements in foreign countries; Senator Owen of Oklahoma for universal suffrage; lists suffragists tha... more

Legislative Committee, New York State Woman Suffrage Association, Mary Craigie, Chairman, to local political equality club presidents

Legislative Committee, New York State Woman Suffrage Association, Mary...

Urges all club members to attend February 19, 1908 state legislative hearing on suffrage resolution to amend New York constitution and to send to all legislators a club resolution requesting their support of st... more

Joint Resolution Memorializing Congress to submit suffrage amendment to states for ratification

Joint Resolution Memorializing Congress to submit suffrage amendment t...

ca. January 1908 Part of organized campaign to influence New York Legislative suffrage hearings, Feb 1908.

Final Plans for the 60th Anniversary, Seneca Falls, May 22, 1908, outlining 60th anniversary program

Final Plans for the 60th Anniversary, Seneca Falls, May 22, 1908, outl...

Lists schedule of participants at 60th anniversary celebration of 1848 woman's rights convention

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Recording Secretary to Anne Miller

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Recording...

Anna Howard Shaw and Florence Kelley to attend Louisiana Federation convention

Resolutions adopted by Geneva Political Equality Club on the death of Charles Hemiup

Resolutions adopted by Geneva Political Equality Club on the death of ...

Notes in hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller introducing the resolution on death of Charles Hemiup, which was approved at the January Geneva Political Equality Club meeting and later printed on page 35 of Geneva Polit... more

Woodford Oratorical Stage announcing Elizabeth Cook winner of Woodford Oratorical Prize for speech," Men, Women and Human Beings"

Woodford Oratorical Stage announcing Elizabeth Cook winner of Woodford...

Elizabeth Cook wins Woodford Prize in Oratory, appealing for greater comradeship between men and women and more equality.

Geneva Political Equality Club Piazza Party

Geneva Political Equality Club Piazza Party

Geneva Political Equality Club party at Lochland, hosted by Elizabeth Smith Miller and Anne Fitzhugh Miller, Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook and Professor Ernest Schoder, speakers stress cooperation between men and women

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting program, speaker Thomas P. McCarrick, Rochester attorney

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting program, speaker Thomas P. McCa...

afternoon meeting of literary and suffrage readings and musical performance

Geneva Political Equality Club Parlor Meeting Well Attended,

Geneva Political Equality Club Parlor Meeting Well Attended,

Geneva Political Equality Club pays tribute to Frances E. Willard; adopts resolution supporting state suffrage amendment; discuss Columbia College debate leagues refusal to debate Elizabeth Cook of Cornell.

Resolutions to be Addressed to the State Legislature by Local Meetings

Resolutions to be Addressed to the State Legislature by Local Meetings

Sample resolutions to Congress and New York state legislature supporting a suffrage amendment to the U.S. Constitution handwritten note: "Sent by Mrs. Crossett from Miss Shaw'

Mrs. Cobden Sanderson Addresses Men in Madison Square

Mrs. Cobden Sanderson Addresses Men in Madison Square

Mrs. Cobden Sanderson braves icy wind to address open air meeting, photomechanical print; Maud Malone carries "Votes for Women" banner; Mrs. B. Borrmann Wells and Harriet Keyser speak, supported by Alexander Ir... more

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Corresponding Secretary, to Club President

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Correspon...

National American Women Suffrage Association announces Self Denial Week in June 1908 to raise money for Susan B. Anthony Memorial Fund

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Corresponding Secretary, to Anne Miller

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Correspon...

Kate M. Gordon invites Anne Fitzhugh Miller to speak at National American Woman Suffrage Association 40th annual convention, October 15-21, 1908, in Buffalo, New York.

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe

Summarizes progress of woman suffrage throughout world, International Woman Suffrage Alliance to meet in Amsterdam, will celebration full suffrage in Finland and Norway. Woman-Suffrage Map of World show the for... more

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe; page 2

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe; page 2

Summarizes progress of woman suffrage throughout world, International Woman Suffrage Alliance to meet in Amsterdam, will celebration full suffrage in Finland and Norway. Woman-Suffrage Map of World show the for... more

Phelps Political Equality Club annual meeting

Phelps Political Equality Club annual meeting

Lists new officers and delegates to county and state conventions

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Corresponding Secretary, to Club Member

Kate M. Gordon, National American Woman Suffrage Association Correspon...

National American Woman Suffrage Association urges suffragists to contribute to Susan B. Anthony Memorial Fund during Self Denial Week in June. Stamps acceptable

Woman's Suffrage Not Inevitable

Woman's Suffrage Not Inevitable

Reprint of Mary A. (Mrs. Humphrey) Ward letter to London Times suggesting British anti-suffragists can defeat woman suffrage just as anti-suffragists have in America, noting defeats of constitutional amendments... more

Geneva Political Equality Club Party notice and program for June 1, 1908,

Geneva Political Equality Club Party notice and program for June 1, 19...

Cornell Prof. Ernest Schoder and Woodford Prize orator Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook speak at Geneva Political Equality Club Piazza Party.

All Ready for the Celebration and Women Suffrage Convention

All Ready for the Celebration and Women Suffrage Convention

Notices of program for Ontario County Woman Suffrage Association Convention, Clifton Springs, May 25, and 60th anniversary of First Woman's Rights Convention, Seneca Falls, May 27, Harriot Stanton Blatch, Mary ... more

Suffragists Make Pleas at Congressional hearings on suffrage amendment

Suffragists Make Pleas at Congressional hearings on suffrage amendment

Speakers: Anna Shaw, Belva Lockwood, Fanny Fernald, and Harriet Taylor Upton.

Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club discuss Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club discuss Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Anne Fitzhugh Miller discusses Stanton's psychical experiences and favorite music

Geneva Political Equality Club Afternoon Meeting at Mrs. M.A. Clapp's home

Geneva Political Equality Club Afternoon Meeting at Mrs. M.A. Clapp's ...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller read Morris Rosenfeld's poem "Whither" about child labor; suggest changing time of school election so that more women may attend

Geneva Political Equality Club Annual Election Meeting

Geneva Political Equality Club Annual Election Meeting

Committee reports; officers reelected; Professor Robert M. Beach spoke, instead of Dr. Bigelow, on how women should prepare to use the ballot; Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook, Cornell debater to speak at suffrage events in May.

Gave Lecture on Unknown Mexico. Report on Geneva Political Equality Club meeting

Gave Lecture on Unknown Mexico. Report on Geneva Political Equality Cl...

Dr. Lumholtz used stereopticon views to illustrate his talk on expeditions to Mexico and discovery of primitive cave dwellers

Suffragism: Harriet Stanton Blatch rebuts Mary Ward, comparing progress in American and British suffrage movements

Suffragism: Harriet Stanton Blatch rebuts Mary Ward, comparing progres...

Notes American women's progress in educational and professional opportunities

Annual Appeal of Women Suffragists

Annual Appeal of Women Suffragists

Excerpts from Anne Fitzhugh Miller's address at state legislative hearings noting taxation justifies representation and that she would rather be giving "something for nothing" than be responsible for taking "so... more

Women's Suffrage Gains Point. House Judiciary Committee agrees to submit adverse report of suffrage amendment to full House

Women's Suffrage Gains Point. House Judiciary Committee agrees to subm...

House Chairman Jenkins opposed to suffrage amendment as a limit to states rights. NB: include ribbon here, as nothing specific known about it.

Woman Suffrage in America and England discussed in letters to London Times editor by Mary A. Ward, Israel Zangwill and Anne Cobden Sanderson

Woman Suffrage in America and England discussed in letters to London T...

Ward is concerned that woman suffrage would be exploited by Socialists; Cobden-Sanderson labels women spenders a menace to civilization and observes that in America only the descendants of abolitionists are wil... more

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

Opposition Grows Weaker Yearly

Opposition Grows Weaker Yearly

Letter to Times editor describes suffrage hearing arguments by charitable and philanthropic groups; Florence Kelly supports working girls need for vote to improve working conditions

All London in Hyde Park for record-breaking suffrage demonstration

All London in Hyde Park for record-breaking suffrage demonstration

Photomechanical print pictures the sea of faces at the Hyde Park suffrage demonstration

Suffragists New Record. Half million demonstrate for woman suffrage in Hyde Park, London

Suffragists New Record. Half million demonstrate for woman suffrage in...

Dr. Emil Reich describes the record-breaking Hyde Park suffrage demonstration: seven processions converging from different points in the city; Christabel Pankhurst and other women commanding twenty speaker plat... more

Resolution present by O.J.C. Rose, adopted by Geneva Political Equality Club, supporting suffrage resolution to amend New York state constitution

Resolution present by O.J.C. Rose, adopted by Geneva Political Equalit...

Geneva Political Equality Club endorse New York suffrage amendment

Our Roll of Honor. Listing women and men who signed the Declaration of Sentiments at first Woman's Rights Convention, July 19-20, 1848

Our Roll of Honor. Listing women and men who signed the Declaration of...

Souvenir card listing 68 women and 32 men who signed the Declaration of Sentiments in 1848

Pioneers honored at Seneca Falls 60th anniversary celebration

Pioneers honored at Seneca Falls 60th anniversary celebration

Elizabeth Smith Miller honored as one of the organizers of 1848 convention and chairs session on pioneers

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women meeting notice

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women meeting notice

Harriot Blatch encourages members to attend New York state suffrage hearings February 19, 1908

Votes for Women, Hyde Park Demonstration, London, June 21, 1908, Souvenir program

Votes for Women, Hyde Park Demonstration, London, June 21, 1908, Souve...

Hyde Park Suffrage Demonstration Program includes map showing route of 7 processions and placement of 20 speaker's platforms, encircled by portraits of 20 women speakers and border of purple violets.

Votes for Women, Programme and souvenir, Hyde Park Demonstration, London,

Votes for Women, Programme and souvenir, Hyde Park Demonstration, Lond...

Hyde Park Suffrage Demonstration Program includes map showing route of 7 processions and placement of 20 speaker's platforms, encircled by portraits of 20 women speakers and list of 60 speakers; border of pink rosettes.

Early Champion of Women, Elizabeth Smith Miller to participate in 60th anniversary program at Seneca Falls

Early Champion of Women, Elizabeth Smith Miller to participate in 60th...

Includes photomechanical print of Elizabeth Smith Miller

I wonder if it's really becoming? Suffrage Cartoon

I wonder if it's really becoming? Suffrage Cartoon

Suffrage cartoon: stylish woman with "Votes for women" hat with suffrage message on feathers

Resolution presented by Mr. O.J.C. Rose, adopted Feb 10, 1908 by Geneva Political Equality Club, supporting concurrent resolution on suffrage to amendment the state constitution

Resolution presented by Mr. O.J.C. Rose, adopted Feb 10, 1908 by Genev...

Geneva Political Equality Club resolution requesting New York legislature to support state suffrage resolution to amend the state constitution

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Association to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, November 5, 1907

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Asso...

Harriet Taylor Upton discusses National American Woman Suffrage Association delegation meeting with President Theodore Roosevelt; Anne Fitzhugh Miller's personal interest in metaphysics and visiting Mrs. Crosse... more

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Association to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, November 5, 1907

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Asso...

Harriet Taylor Upton discusses National American Woman Suffrage Association delegation meeting with President Theodore Roosevelt; Anne Fitzhugh Miller's personal interest in metaphysics and visiting Mrs. Crosse... more

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Association to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, November 5, 1907

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Asso...

Harriet Taylor Upton discusses National American Woman Suffrage Association delegation meeting with President Theodore Roosevelt; Anne Fitzhugh Miller's personal interest in metaphysics and visiting Mrs. Crosse... more

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Association to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, November 5, 1907

Harriet Taylor Upton, Treasurer, National American Woman Suffrage Asso...

Harriet Taylor Upton discusses National American Woman Suffrage Association delegation meeting with President Theodore Roosevelt; Anne Fitzhugh Miller's personal interest in metaphysics and visiting Mrs. Crosse... more

Index for Miller Scrapbook 1907-1908

Index for Miller Scrapbook 1907-1908

Subject and Name Index in hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller.

Index for Miller Scrapbook 1907-1908

Index for Miller Scrapbook 1907-1908

Subject and Name Index in hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller.

Index for Miller Scrapbook 1907-1908

Index for Miller Scrapbook 1907-1908

Subject and Name Index in hand of Anne Fitzhugh Miller.

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