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BOX 2-8 REEL 1-5 Speeches and Writings, 1848-1902
Drafts of books, drafts and holograph and printed copies of articles and speeches, published letters, and miscellaneous writings.
Arranged by type of material and chronologically therein.
BOX 2 REEL 1 Books
Reminiscences, handwritten drafts of chapters
Nos. 7-8
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Nos. 9-10
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BOX 2 REEL 2 Nos. 11-12
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Nos. 16-17
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Nos. 19, 21-22, 26
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Nos. 30-31
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Nos. 32
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Nos. 34
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Nos. 35
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Nos. 36
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Nos. 41-44
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Nos. 47-48, 50-51
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Nos. 56-57
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Nos. 60-64, 66, 68
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No. 70
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Marriage and divorce
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Miscellaneous
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BOX 3 REEL 2 The Woman's Bible, handwritten draft, undated See Oversize
Genesis
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Exodus
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Numbers
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Matthew
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Articles
1869, 8 Apr., “The Man Marriage” and “What Possible Value Would Suffrage Be to Woman?” Revolution
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1886, 11 Mar., “Religion for Women and Children,” The Index
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[1890's], “The Bycicle [sic] Era”
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1890
4 July, “Wyoming, the First Free State for Woman”
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30 Aug., “What Woman Suffrage Means,” Woman's Tribune
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1892, Mar., “Shall the World's Fair Be Open on Sunday,” National Bulletin
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1893, Feb., “Shall the World's Fair Be Closed on Sunday?” National Bulletin,with draft
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1894
Jan., “An Appeal to the Women of New York,” National Bulletin
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Apr., “Women Do Not Wish To Vote,” National Bulletin
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“An Appeal to Young Women”
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1895, 14 Feb., “Educated Suffrage,” The Independent,with typescript
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[1895?], “Is the Woman's Bible a Success?”
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1899, “Great Men's Wives,” Omaha Republican
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1900, Mar., “Are Homogeneous Divorce Laws in All the States Desirable?” North American Review,with earlier article, 20 Nov. 1898
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1901
29 June, “Self-Government the Best Form for Self-Development”
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8 Dec., “Home Life a Century Ago,” Philadelphia Sunday Press
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1902
5 Oct., “An Honored Place for the Bible in English Literature,” New York American and Journal
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13 Oct., “How Shall We Solve the Divorce Problem,” New York American and Journal
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Undated
“Home Patriotism,” undated
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“Jails and Jubilees,” The Open Court, undated
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“Shall Women Ride the Bicycle?” undated
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“What Should Be Our Attitude Towards Political Parties,” Woman's Tribunewith draft, undated
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“Worship of God in Man,” The Open Courtwith draft, undated
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“The Woman's Bible,” undated
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Miscellaneous articles in newspapers
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BOX 4 REEL 2 Speeches
1848, untitled
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[1850s], “Education,” address delivered before village lyceum, Seneca Falls, N.Y.
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[1856?], “Woman”
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[1860?], “Antislavery”
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1861
4-5 Feb., “Free Speech,” Fourth Annual New York State Anti-Slavery Convention, Albany, New York
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8 Feb., address on divorce bill before the Judiciary Committee, New York State Senate
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1861, speech in Orleans County and speech on slavery
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[1861-1864?], “What Can Woman Do for the War?” New York, N.Y.
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BOX 4 REEL 3 [1861-1865?], “The Future of the Republic,” Boston, Mass., with partial draft of another speech
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1863, address before Woman's Loyal League
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