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    Lot of Four Suffrage Pamphlets, Circa 1899-1920. Includes: 1) "Progress of Equal Rights" by Alice Stone Blackwell, 3" x 5.75", four pages, published by the National American Woman Suffrage Association, New York, April, 1899. Toned with an old fold crease, else very good condition. 2) "Campaign of Winter and Spring 1913", 3.5" x 6", 35 pages, issued by the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, Hartford, Connecticut, [1913]. Excellent condition. 3) "The Subjugation of Woman According to St. Paul" by Edward B. Pollard, published by the National Woman Suffrage Publishing, 3.5" x 6.5", undated, 16 pages, excellent condition. And 4) "Commentaries on the Proposed Anthony Woman Suffrage Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. A Concise History of the Proposed Amendment and Its Connection With the Infamous Fifteenth Amendment", an anti-suffrage pamphlet written by Martin L. Calhoun, chairman of the Anthony Amendment Rejection League, 3" x 8", unpaginated, April 20, 1920, staple bound, soiling to the wraps, otherwise very good condition. From the Judith Kaplan Women's History Collection.

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    September, 2011
    13th-14th Tuesday-Wednesday
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