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Post, Amy Kirby. Letter to Isaac Post.

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Lucretia Mott, President
Elizabeth C. Stanton, Vice-President
Frederick Douglass, Vice-President
Henry Ward Beecher, Vice-President
Susan B. Anthony, Corresponding Secretary
Henry B Blackwell, Recording Secretary
No. 37 Park Row, (Room 17,)
New York _______1867

Dear Husband,
I hardly know which is duty - whether to come immediately home or to write, we are having so good a time listening to the discussions on suffrage for paupers - black men and women that I hardly know how to leve, yet I know that I am wanted at home.
Curtis has not yet spoken but is watching his opportunity with anxious vigilance. Yesterday and day before was on his feet half a dozen times but could only say Mr. President when some other name would be announced by the chairman and down he must sit. Last evening Lucy Stone spoke on the same rostrum to a very good audience, most of the members present. I think the impression she made was good. Seemed much as she

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