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Series II. Manuscripts [series]:
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Anthony, Susan B.: ALS twice. Washington, D.C.: Susan B. Anthony. (S-180)
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Anthony, Susan B.: APS, to E[ugene] V[ictor] Debs. Cambridge: [s.n.] (S-252)
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Anthony, Susan B.: ALS to Mr. Jan Neuthusen. Rochester, NY: [s.n.] (S-091)
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[Anthony, Susan B.]: Broadside with Anthony's autograph notation. [S.l.]: Official Board, Indiana National Woman Suffrage. (S-090)
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Anthony, Susan B.: TLS to "My dear friend". Rochester, NY: [s.n. (S-089)
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Anthony, Susan B.: TLS to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. [Rochester, NY: s.n.] (S-055)
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Bjorkman, Frances M. (Editor): Woman suffrage history arguments and results. NY: National American Woman Suffrage Assn. (S-147)
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Blackwell, Alice Stone: Signed document: stock certificate for five shares. Boston: [s.n.] (S-079)
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Catt, Carrie Chapman: TLS to Mr. John G. Saxe. NY: Empire State Campaign Committee. (S-376)
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Chapman, Maria Weston: Corrected galley proof for an unidentified work. [S.l.: s.n.] (S-092)
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Chase, Mrs. Salmon P.: Suffrage speech [unsigned]. [S.l.]: Mrs. Salmon P. Chase. (S-337)
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Croly, Jane Cunningham: ALS to an unidentified lady. NY. (S-086)
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Fuller, [Sarah] Margaret: ALS to Mrs. [Abigail Clark] Stimson. Cambridge, MA. (S-004)
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Gilman, Charlotte Perkins: APS. Cincinnati, OH: [s.n.] (S-058)
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Gilman, Charlotte Perkins: ALS to Mrs. Swift. Norwich Town, CT. (S-006)
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Grimke, Sarah and Lucy Stone: Canceled check. Boston. (S-007)
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Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins: AVS--autograph verse signed. (S-054)
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Hebard, Grace Raymond: TLS suffrage letter to Mrs. Townsend Scott. Laramie, WY. (S-123)
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Holt, C. M.: "Woman suffrage" manuscript. Holograph MSS ... ink faded. (S-449)
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Howe, Julia Ward: Remarks on the New England Women's Club. Boston. (S-378)
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Howe, Julia Ward: Autograph mss of "Battle Hymn of the Republic". (S-132)
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Howe, Julia Ward: Miss Mary Big' low. (S-129)
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Howe, Julia Ward: Three ALS to Josephine Chester, [c.1884], August 9, September 2, 1885. Boston. (S-061)
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Howe, Julia Ward: ALS. Newport, RI. (S-059)
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Howe, Julia Ward: ALS. 241 Beacon Street: To Mrs. Bridgman. Boston. (S-062)
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Livermore, Mary: Autograph Sentiment Signed. Melrose, MA. (S-063)
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Mott, Lucretia: ALS to M. & E. Moore. Philadelphia. (S-064)
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Mott, Lucretia: ALS to W[illia]m L[loyd] & Helen Garrison. Auburn, NY. (S-065)
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National Woman's Party: TLS seeking pledge of support to Mrs. C.A. Baldwin. Colorado Springs, CO: National Woman's Party. (S-369)
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Paul, Alice: Western Union Telegram. Chicago. (S-127)
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Paul, Alice: TLS to Mrs. Annette McCrea. Washington, D.C. (S-082)
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Paul, Alice: TLS to Mrs. Annette McCrea. Washington, D.C. (S-083)
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Reynolds, Alice L.: ALS to Mrs. [Townsend] Scott. Near Evanston, WY. (S-179)
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Robinson, Harriet: First Woman Suffrage Ballot in Massachusetts. Middlesex County, MA. (S-081)
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Shaw, Anna Howard: TLS to Professor Herbert T. Stephens, Kansas City University, Kansas City, Kansas. NY. (S-084)
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Stone, Lucy and Henry Blackwell: Canceled check payable to Lucy Stone. Boston. (S-248)
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Stone, Lucy: ALS to Mrs. Murray. Newark, NJ. (S-066)
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Willard, Frances Elizabeth: TLS to F. E. Abbot. London. (S-068)
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Wiley, Anna Kelton; Connor, Elsa Van Vleet. Typed Mimeographed Letter to "Fellow Home-Maker." Washington, DC. Announces a nationwide demonstration on behalf of the federal suffrage amendment starting on May 2 and a national suffrage procession in Washington on May 9. Signed by the chairman and vice chairman of the Committee on Home-Makers Section. Letter is on Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage letterhead. (S-262)