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Proceedings of the First Anniversary

Proceedings of the First Anniversary
Creator: American Equal Rights Association
Date: May 9-10, 1867
This meeting of the American Equal Rights Association was held at the Church of the Puritans, New York City on May 9-10, 1867. The organization supported voting rights and citizenship for African Americans and women. The pamphlet contains the "call" for the meeting issued on March 12, 1867, by officers of the association including Lucretia Mott, president; Susan B. Anthony, corresponding secretary; and Henry B. Blackwell, recording secretary

Woman Suffrage history collection

Woman Suffrage history collection
Date: 1867-1911
The manuscripts in this collection originally came from a variety of different sources and were brought together into one collection because of their subject matter. For any researcher or scholar of the woman suffrage movement, this collection offers a great deal of primary sources. Though these papers are relatively few, they do involve many people prominent in the suffrage movement; such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott and others. Also, there are organizational records of some of the better-known suffrage organizations: the American Equal Rights Association, the Kansas Equal Rights Association, and the Woman Suffrage Association. This collection is divided into fourteen different series and is arranged mostly in a chronological order. Each series in this collection is marked with a microfilm target to indicate the beginning of the series. Used in conjunction with this finding aid, locating a series on this microfilm roll becomes more convenient. This manuscript collection was microfilmed and then digitized in order to preserve the original papers to protect them from being handled by patrons, and to provide for greater security. Also, being digitized, this collection becomes accessible to a wider range of people.

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