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The suffrage sentiment in the state has doubled in the last two or three years, and the fact that bodies of politicians and reformers are endorsing us leads us to believe that the day of our freedom is near at hand. I have begun to feel that those of us who believe must draw nearer together, that we may each encourage the other. It is for this reason I am writing, urging you to be with us.

HARRIET TAYLOR UPTON. Typed Letter Signed. President of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association, September 12, 1906, to Miss [Mary] Paul updating her on suffrage efforts in Ohio; offered with printed “Call for the Twenty-first Convention of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association.”

Inventory #23948.01-.02       Price: $1,250

The recipient, Mary Paul (1837-1907) was the only daughter of Ellen Gamble and Hosea Paul Sr. Mary remained in Cuyahoga Falls until her death in 1907 and never married. She was extremely involved in local political and social causes.

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