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[letterhead] NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION
 
[letterhead] NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION
member of International Woman Suffrage Alliance of national council of woman
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member of International Woman Suffrage Alliance and of National Council of Women
ANNA HOWARD SHAW    MARY WARE DENNETT                  BELLE C. LA FOLLETTE
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Anna Howard Shaw President Moylan, Pa.   Jane Addams 1st Vice-President Hull House, Chicago, Ills.  Sophonisa P. Breckinridge, 2nd Vice-President, Green Hall, University of Chicago, Ills.                               
PRSIDENT                          CORRESPONDING SECRETORY      1ST AUDITOR
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MOYLAN, PA.                     505 BOYLSTON STREETNY        1846WYOMING AV,  
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Mary Ware Dennett Corresponding Secretary 505 Fifth Avenue, New York  Susan W. Fitzgerald Recording Secretary, 585 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass.  Jessie Ashley Treasurer 505 Fifth Avenue, New York
             
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                                    Headquarters,505 fifth Avenue, Nwe York
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Belle C. LaFollette 1st Auditor 1846 Wyoming Avenue, Washington, D.C.  Harriet Burton Laidlaw 2nd Auditor 6 East 66th Street, New York  Alice Stone Blackwell Editor of "The Woman's Journal" 3 Monadnock Street, Dorchester, Mass.
                                      July 13th,1912.
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NATIONAL AUXILIARIES
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Friends Equal Rights Association Mary Bentley Thomas, President Ednor, Maryland
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The Equal Franchise Society Jessica Garretson Finch, President  1 Madison Avenue, New York
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National Press Bureau
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Caroline I. Reilly, Chairman  505 Fifth Avenue, New York
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Telephone 6855 Bryant
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Headquarters, 505 Fifth Avenue, New York
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July 13th,1912.
 
Dear Friend:-
 
Dear Friend:-
             Reminders of duty received in hot weather re not specially soothing, but I am sure you will want to bear it in mind that during the early autumn, the report of the suffrage work of your association, which is to be read at the National Convection in Philadelphia, November 21st- 26th, must be prepared.
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             Reminders of duty received in hot weather are not specially soothing, but I am sure you will want to bear it in mind that during the early autumn, the report of the suffrage work of your association, which is to be read at the National Convention in Philadelphia, November 21-26, must be prepared.
               As is customary, three minutes will be allowed for States  
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               As is customary, three minutes will be allowed for States which have done general educational work, five minutes if legislative work has been done also, and ten minutes for States that have had campaigns.
which have done general educational work, five minutes if legislative work has been done also, and ten minutes for States that have had campaign.
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                 The official Board has recently voted to recommend to the Convention that the reports from the various States to be printed in the Minutes of the Convention in tabular form, so that the growth of suffrage all over the country may be evident at a glance.
                 The official Howard has recently voted to recommend to the convention that the reports from the various States to be printed in the Minutes of the convention in the tabular form, so that the growth of suffrage all over the country may be evident at a glance.
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                 I am, therefore, enclosing a blank for you to fill out, as completely as possible, and an urgently requesting that it be returned to me, here at Headquarters, before November 10th.
                 I am, therefore,enclosing a blank for you to fill out as completely as possible, and an urgently requesting that it be returned to me, here at Headquarters, before November 10th.
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                   Enclosed you will also find samples of our new picture flyers (price 10 cents per 100, 15 cents post paid, $1 per 1,000).
                   Enclosed you will also find samples of our new picture flyers(price 10 cents per 100, 15 cents post paid, $1 per 1000).
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                                              Faithfully yours,
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Faithfully yours,
                                          Mary Ware Dennett
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Mary Ware Dennett
                                      Corresponding Secretory.
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Corresponding Secretory.
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MWD/JC.

Revision as of 08:58, 8 November 2019

[letterhead] NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION member of International Woman Suffrage Alliance and of National Council of Women Anna Howard Shaw President Moylan, Pa. Jane Addams 1st Vice-President Hull House, Chicago, Ills. Sophonisa P. Breckinridge, 2nd Vice-President, Green Hall, University of Chicago, Ills.

Mary Ware Dennett Corresponding Secretary 505 Fifth Avenue, New York Susan W. Fitzgerald Recording Secretary, 585 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. Jessie Ashley Treasurer 505 Fifth Avenue, New York

Belle C. LaFollette 1st Auditor 1846 Wyoming Avenue, Washington, D.C. Harriet Burton Laidlaw 2nd Auditor 6 East 66th Street, New York Alice Stone Blackwell Editor of "The Woman's Journal" 3 Monadnock Street, Dorchester, Mass.

NATIONAL AUXILIARIES Friends Equal Rights Association Mary Bentley Thomas, President Ednor, Maryland The Equal Franchise Society Jessica Garretson Finch, President 1 Madison Avenue, New York

National Press Bureau Caroline I. Reilly, Chairman 505 Fifth Avenue, New York Telephone 6855 Bryant Headquarters, 505 Fifth Avenue, New York July 13th,1912. Dear Friend:-

            Reminders of duty received in hot weather are not specially soothing, but I am sure you will want to bear it in mind that during the early autumn, the report of the suffrage work of your association, which is to be read at the National Convention in Philadelphia, November 21-26, must be prepared.
             As is customary, three minutes will be allowed for States which have done general educational work, five minutes if legislative work has been done also, and ten minutes for States that have had campaigns.
               The official Board has recently voted to recommend to the Convention that the reports from the various States to be printed in the Minutes of the Convention in tabular form, so that the growth of suffrage all over the country may be evident at a glance.
                I am, therefore, enclosing a blank for you to fill out, as completely as possible, and an urgently requesting that it be returned to me, here at Headquarters, before November 10th.
                 Enclosed you will also find samples of our new picture flyers (price 10 cents per 100, 15 cents post paid, $1 per 1,000).

Faithfully yours, Mary Ware Dennett Corresponding Secretory. MWD/JC.