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MSA SC 4062-3-14
CollectionHandy Collection
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Dates1919-1920
MediumOriginal
RestrictionsNO RESTRICTIONS
Storage00/66/06/08
Description
Contents of folder are primarily concerned with woman suffrage. There is a calling card from Mrs. J. Harry Covington inviting Rozelle to a Suffrage Tea. Other correspondents include May Bartlett Dixon, Ethel Bingham Jones, Mrs. Charles E. Ellicott, Mary Wilbrow, Matilda Maloy, and Beulal Weldon . May Bartlett Dixon’s letter mentions state politics and Mary Wilbrow letters mentions attendance by Mrs. Blatch if a tea can be arranged. One Matilda Maloy’s letters asks Miss Handy to follow up on a letter sent by the state headquarters to Senator Orlando Harrison and Mr. Harry E. Palmer. There are also four flyers published by the National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company, Inc. on woman suffrage.

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