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Iowa suffrage editorials, speeches, and newsletters, 1890s
It`s a wonder there aren`t more serious accidents.
Is not!; Is too!; Is not!; Is too!; Is Not!; Seal of the President of the United States; E Pluribus Unum
League of Women Voters of Johnson County correspondence, 1921-1959
League of Women Voters of Johnson County financial accounts, 1920-1946
Legal brief regarding the question of women's right to vote, 1910s
Letters to Elvira Platt from her sister, 1860-1884
Teacher and abolitionist who assisted fleeing slaves on the Underground Railroad while living in Fremont County, Iowa. Taught school to Pawnee children in Pennsylvania and Nebraska.
Married life is bound to be confusing to an old bachelor who has had his own closet all his life. (Optional line): Having a hard time locating his comfortable old carpet slippers.
Mary Lumpkin Ritchey funeral program, July 23, 1995
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Wallace enrolling to vote, White Plains, N.Y., 1948