Correspondence with Mrs. Spofford, Aug. 5, 1986, Reigate and "United States Senate," Nov. 25, 1896; Cabinet card portrait / Frances Willard. [188-?]-1896.

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Willard, Frances E. (Frances Elizabeth), 1839-1898. Correspondence with Mrs. Spofford, Aug. 5, 1986, Reigate and "United States Senate," Nov. 25, 1896; Cabinet card portrait / Frances Willard.

Correspondence with Mrs. Spofford, Aug. 5, 1986, Reigate and "United States Senate," Nov. 25, 1896; Cabinet card portrait / Frances Willard. [188-?]-1896.

Letter to Harriet Prescott Spofford, on letterhead of The Cottage, Reigate [England] complimenting Spofford on her reply to Max O'Rell and praising her work. Photograph 13 x 9 cm. mounted to 16 x 11 cm. Letter to The U. S. Senate to accompany a petition [not included] asking for a bill to forbid interstate gambling by telegraph. On letterhead of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union; signed by Willard as president and co-signed by Katharine Lente Stevenson as corresponding secretary.

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