Letter : Boston, to Mary A. Livermore, 1894 May 15.


Letter : Boston, to Mary A. Livermore, 1894 May 15.

Writing to the women's rights leader to say that while he has other engagements he will say a few words at the suffrage meeting; with a note from Livermore sending the letter on to the person arranging the meeting. On Church of the Unity stationery depicting the church building.

1 item (1 p.), in folder : ill. ; 26 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7791231

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