Letter from Harriet Taylor Upton to U.S. Senator Joseph M. Carey, March 6, 1894

Upton, a key national women's suffrage organizer, writes to Carey requesting he refute a newspaper story declaring women's suffrage has not been been a success. Upton asks Carey, "If you know of any good strong point which has been brought out in (I mean where women have had a good not-bad effect in politics) your State, will you not write to the New York Sun stating that case?"  

Resource Identifier
Carey family papers, Collection No. 1212, Box 13, Folder 11, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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