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Clyde Reed to Maude Younger correspondence

Clyde Reed to Maude Younger correspondence
Creator: Reed, Clyde Martin, 1871-1949
Date: June 5, 1919 to June 12, 1919
Clyde Reed, secretary to Kansas Governor Henry Allen of Topeka, Kansas, writes to Maude Younger of the National Woman's Party in Washington D.C. advising her of a special session of the Kansas legislature for the purpose of ratifying the woman's right to vote. On June 5, 1919, Miss Younger, Chairman of the Lobby Committee, had appealed to Governor Allen in calling a special session for purposes of ratifying the suffrage amendment saying, "This struggle has already taken forty-one years of sacrifice."

National Women's Party Workers, Washington, D.C.

National Women's Party Workers, Washington, D.C.
Date: May 27, 1933
A panoramic photograph of the annual conference of the National Women's Party Workers at the Dodge Hotel, Washington, D.C.

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