James, Ada Lois, 1876-1952 / Ada James papers, correspondence, 1912, Nov. 8-Dec. 23
Wis Mss OP, Box 17, Folder 3 ([unpublished])
[Letter from Lutie Stearns, Ada L. James, Martha Heide, and H. A. J. Upham to Miss Ada L. James: Madison, Wis., December 9, 1912] PDF (676.9 KB)
Yiss James. Sheet #2. -y idea would be something of this nature; (Heading) Jisconsin omer Suffrage Association. (i am placing this first owing to its priority of origin.) Political E7qulity League. Amerilcan Suffragettes. 1adison, Yjis. Dec. 1912. To the Friends of the Tron4-i s Snffrage Movement in ,isconsin; A conference of the 2tate Srffrage organizations, and of all others interested, will be held in "ad-son, January 2.-23, 1913, for pe pr'nose of 6--sisalio 9 - union of the organiiations, r/ thej&ture policy of the 4~ufrage .,ork, and to devise wys snd means for carrying on the next ,4uffrage campaign in the 2tate. The meeting will be opened at L.:00 in the afternoon of enesd, January 22, in the 'iomen's BuIlding. A dinner d;ill take place at the conclusion of the afternoon desssion, to be followed by a meeting ii the Assembly Chamber of the Ca-itol. Another meeting will be held on Thursday morning January 23, in the 7omeni's Building. The following program wii be carried out: [Tlere insert proýgram as finally determined.) EverY man and woman interested in this great subject of democracy ohoul d be present. The recent campai, i c freely dis.cussed, its strength and. its eoarnesses, wvith the idea of making the next Clr mpaign a successful one.
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