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    Woman's Suffrage: Emma Beckwith Articles. Included in this group: a letter from Hattie E. Merrill to Mrs. Beckwith on Indiana Woman Suffrage Association stationary; a receipt to Mrs. A. D. Morgan for a payment of $20 for an equal rights meeting; a postcard addressed to Mrs. Emma Beckwith; and her official contest of the election of John M. Clancy as Member of the House of Representatives stating it was unconstitutional without her vote. All but the postcard have been mounted to poster board. All are toned with minor folds, tears, and some moisture stains, else very good condition.

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    November, 2009
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