Laura Gordon papers, [ca. 1852-1882]

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Laura Gordon papers, [ca. 1852-1882]

Laura Gordon papers, [ca. 1852-1882]

Correspondence relating to her career as newspaper woman and lawyer in California and to her work on behalf of woman suffrage movement at the state and national levels; clippings; ephemeral material re politics and the suffrage movement; miscellaneous papers.

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