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Two pages from An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony : on the charge of illegal voting at the presidential election in Nov., 1872, and on the trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh and William B. Hall, the inspectors of elections by whom her vote was received
Susan B. Anthony writes to Amy Post about recent experiences. Also included is a "Call for a meeting of the loyal women of the nation."
Letter from Susan B. Anthony to Francis S. Rew, publisher of the Rochester Evening Express, January 24, 1873
In this letter, Anthony sends proof copy of her attorney, Henry Selden’s, argument that she should be discharged to Francis S. Rew, the publisher of…
Susan B. Anthony's letter to Sarah Hallowell about redecorating the house.
An example of the typewritten notes of Susan B. Anthony's reminisces of her childhood.
Account of the proceedings of the trial of Susan B. Anthony, on the charge of illegal voting, at the presidential election in Nov., 1872
Several pages from the transcript of Susan B. Anthony's trial for voting in the 1872 presidential election.
A biography of Susan B. Anthony, plus a great deal of information about the 19th century women's suffrage movement.
Anthony, Stanton and other leaders of the suffrage movement are "Flocking for Freedom" in this political cartoon by Joseph Keppler published in…
The original design for the Susan B. Anthony souvenir spoon produced by M.B. Logan, 1891.
Susan B. Anthony wears an International Council of Women pin in this photograph with Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
The advertisement for the Anthony souvenir spoon appeared on page 3 of the program for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Rochester 1848 Woman's Rights…
This postcard contains an image of Susan B. Anthony reading is titled, "Failure is impossible." The following quote says, "If I have lived to any…
The Madison Street Rochester home of Susan B. Anthony is featured in this postcard. Ms. Anthony may be standing on the porch.