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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.

Ralph Waldo Emerson Suffrage Quote Card

Ralph Waldo Emerson Suffrage Quote Card

Ralph Waldo Emerson quotation supporting woman suffrage.

Sheet music Columbian anthem : dedicated to the Daughters of the American Revolution

Sheet music Columbian anthem : dedicated to the Daughters of the Ameri...

Copy 1. Sheet music for the Columbian Anthem written by E. Berliner with words by W. J. Newton.

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

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting notice, Collins Music Hall, February 20, 1899

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting notice, Collins Music Hall, Feb...

Annual election of Geneva Political Equality Club officers

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

The White House

The White House

According to Anne Fitzhugh Miller's note on her convention program, scrapbook 3, page 56, the New York Delegation met at the White House on February 12, 1900