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    Early Women's Rights: Fabulous 1869 Susan B. Anthony for President Sheet Music. It depicts two lines of voters, male and female, approaching the polling place from opposite sides. A woman casts her ballot through the window marked "For Ladies". Hanging about are signs such as "Vote for Susan B. Anthony for President", "For Vice President Mrs. George F. Train", and "For Governor Of New York Elizabeth Cady Stanton". While much sheet music of this era lacks the lyrics, this one has four stanzas of verse with excellent political and social content. Minor light aging on the cover, but excellent overall for the type. Some wear and tiny perforations along the spine where it was removed from a bound album, but not separated. One of the best early suffrage items, with only several known in the hobby. 10" x 13".

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    August, 2008
    5th Tuesday
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