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National American Woman Suffrage Association.
MEMBER NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.
Honorary President, ELIZABETH CADY STANTON, 26 West 61st Street, New York.
Honorary President, SUSAN B. ANTHONY, 17 Madison Street, Rochester, N. Y.
President, CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT,
2008 American Tract Society Building, New York.
Vice-President-at-Large, REV. ANNA H. SHAW,
1830 Diamond Street, Philadelphia Pa.
Corresponding Secretary, RACHEL FOSTER AVERY,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Recording Secretary, ALICE STONE BLACKWELL,
3 Park Street, Boston, Mass.
Treasurer, HARRIET TAYLOR UPTON,
Warren, Ohio.
Auditors-
LAURA CLAY, Lexington, Ky.
CATHARINE WAUGH MCCULLOCH,
The Rookery, Chicago, Ill.
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, 2008 AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY BUILDING, N. Y.
OFFICE OF HONORARY PRESIDENT, ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Jan. 1, 1903.
Fire in bindery caused delay to March 10.
Mr. Hamilton Holt,
Editor, The Independent,
Dear Sir:-
We take pleasure in presenting to your Book Review Department a copy of the History of Woman Suffrage, Vol. IV, on which we have been engaged for the past two years. We call your attention especially to the Introduction and to Chapters I, XXIII, XXIV and LXXV, as presenting in a measure a digest of the subject matter. From the Table of Contents a clear idea of the general features may be obtained, and, with the two very complete Alphabetical Indexes, we think the reader will have no difficulty in finding quickly any desired point.
Every possible care has been taken to secure accuracy, and although great condensation has been necessary, the public work of women to the end of the ninteenth century and the present status of the movement for the suffrage, are fully set forth. No other volume in existence contains all or even a large part of this information and this one cannot fail to possess a considerable interest for students of a question which, promises in the near fixture to become a national issue.
That this book, on which so much labor and pains have been expended, may receive careful and kindly treatment at the hands of your reviewers, is the earnest wish of
Yours sincerely, Susan B. Anthony
Ida Husted Harper
Editors

 


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NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION
Jan. 1, 1903.
Fire in bindery caused delay to March 10.
Mr. Hamilton Holt,
Editor, The Independent,
Dear Sir:-
We take pleasure in presenting to your Book Review Department a copy of the History of Woman Suffrage, Vol. IV, on which we have been engaged for the past two years. We call your attention especially to the Introduction and to Chapters I, XXIII, XXIV and LXXV, as presenting in a measure a digest of the subject matter. From the Table of Contents a clear idea of the general features may be obtained, and, with the two very complete Alphabetical Indexes, we think the reader will have no difficulty in finding quickly any desired point.
Every possible care has been taken to secure accuracy, and although great condensation has been necessary, the public work of women to the end of the ninteenth century and the present status of the movement for the suffrage, are fully set forth. No other volume in existence contains all or even a large part of this information and this one cannot fail to possess a considerable interest for students of a question which, promises in the near fixture to become a national issue.
That this book, on which so much labor and pains have been expended, may receive careful and kindly treatment at the hands of your reviewers, is the earnest wish of
Yours sincerely, Susan B. Anthony
Ida Husted Harper
Editors