This collection primarily contains letters and some manuscripts concerning the family affairs and women's suffrage activities
the family of American women's rights activist Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906).
Various members of the family of American women's rights activist Susan B. (Susan
Brownell) Anthony were active nineteenth- and twentieth-century
reformers, but she stood out among them. Although early involved in the temperance
and anti-slavery movements, her main concern became woman suffrage. Most of her time
was spent in lecturing and campaigning. She was also an officer in the National
Woman Suffrage Association and the National American Woman Suffrage Association.
162 pieces in 5 boxes.
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