Letter from Jean Brooks Greenleaf to U.S. Senator Joseph M. Carey, June 1894

Greenleaf, president of the New York State Woman Suffrage Association, responds to Carey in place of Susan B. Anthony who went to Kansas to further women's suffrage there. Greenleaf is arranging for Carey to speak in favor of women's suffrage to the suffrage committee at the New York State Constitutional Convention, although Carey's suggested date may be too late for the committee's public hearings. Transcription included.

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