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The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony

The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: An Awful Hush, 1895 to 1906

Ann D. Gordon EDITOR
Michael David Cohen ASSISTANT EDITOR
Sara Rzeszutek Haviland ASSISTANT EDITOR
Andy Bowers EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
Katharine Lee EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
Copyright Date: 2013
Published by: Rutgers University Press
Pages: 668
https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hjfh1
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    The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
    Book Description:

    The "hush" of the title comes suddenly, when first Elizabeth Cady Stanton dies on October 26, 1902, and three years later Susan B. Anthony dies on March 13, 1906. It is sudden because Stanton, despite near blindness and immobility, wrote so intently right to the end that editors had supplies of her articles on hand to publish several months after her death. It is sudden because Anthony, at the age of eighty-five, set off for one more transcontinental trip, telling a friend on the Pacific Coast, "it will be just as well if I come to the end on the cars, or anywhere, as to be at home."

    Volume VI of this extraordinary series of selected papers is inescapably about endings, death, and silence. But death happens here to women still in the fight.An Awful Hushis about reformers trained "in the school of anti-slavery" trying to practice their craft in the age of Jim Crow and a new American Empire. It recounts new challenges to "an aristocracy of sex," whether among the bishops of the Episcopal church, the voters of California, or the trustees of the University of Rochester. And it sends last messages about woman suffrage. As Stanton wrote to Theodore Roosevelt on the day before she died, "Surely there is no greater monopoly than that of all men, in denying to all women a voice in the laws they are compelled to obey."

    With the publication of Volume VI, this series is now complete.

    eISBN: 978-0-8135-5345-0
    Subjects: History, Sociology

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-vi)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. vii-xvi)
  3. Illustrations
    (pp. xvii-xviii)
  4. Preface
    (pp. xix-xx)
  5. Acknowledgments
    (pp. xxi-xxiv)
    A. D. G.
  6. Introduction
    (pp. xxv-xxxii)

    The American people learned about plans for governing the newly annexed islands of Hawaii when President William McKinley delivered to Congress the recommendations of the Hawaiian Commission on 6 December 1898.¹ Susan B. Anthony read and saved the summary published the next day in Rochester’sDemocrat and Chronicle, underlining its most startling propositions about race and sex.² Perhaps she anticipated the proposal that only male citizens of the United States would be eligible to vote for members of a new bicameral legislature, though with that recommendation, the Hawaiian Commission disregarded the achievement of full suffrage for women in four of...

  7. Editorial Practice
    (pp. xxxiii-xxxviii)
  8. Abbreviations
    (pp. xxxix-l)
  9. 1 From the Diary of SBA [19–20 December 1895]
    (pp. 1-3)
  10. 2 ECS to the Pilgrim Mothers’ Dinner [before 21 December 1895]
    (pp. 3-5)
  11. 3 From the Diary of SBA [21–22 December 1895]
    (pp. 5-7)
  12. 4 SBA to Frances E. Willard [Rochester] Tuesday a.m. Jan. 14/[96]—
    (pp. 7-9)
  13. 5 Frances E. Willard to SBA Spartanburg, SC Jan. 18, 1896
    (pp. 9-10)
  14. 6 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby 26 West 61st N.Y. Jan 24 [1896]
    (pp. 10-13)
  15. 7 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby 26 West 61st N.Y. Jan 28 [1896]
    (pp. 13-14)
  16. 8 Remarks of SBA to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 14-24)
  17. 9 Interview with SBA by Nellie Bly [c. 31 January 1896]
    (pp. 24-40)
  18. 10 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby [New York, c. 5 February 1896]
    (pp. 41-43)
  19. 11 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby Rochester, N.Y., February 10, 1896
    (pp. 44-47)
  20. 12 SBA to ECS [Rochester, c. 10 February 1896]
    (pp. 47-48)
  21. 13 ECS to the Editors, Critic 26 West 61st Street, New York, 29 Feb. 1896.
    (pp. 48-51)
  22. 14 Grace Channing-Stetson to ECS Pasadena [Calif.] March 4th [1896]
    (pp. 51-54)
  23. 15 From the Diary of SBA [11–12 March 1896]
    (pp. 54-55)
  24. 16 Remarks by SBA to Meeting in Los Angeles [13 March 1896]
    (pp. 55-57)
  25. 17 From the Diary of SBA [13–14 March 1896]
    (pp. 57-58)
  26. 18 Interview of SBA in San Francisco [c. 17 March 1896]
    (pp. 59-60)
  27. 19 SBA to Mary McHenry Keith 1630 Folsom St San Francisco Mch 20/’96
    (pp. 60-61)
  28. 20 SBA to ECS [San Francisco, April? 1896]
    (pp. 61-62)
  29. 21 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake 1630 Folsom St., San Francisco, Cal., April 9, 1896
    (pp. 63-66)
  30. 22 From the Diary of SBA [1–2 May 1896]
    (pp. 66-68)
  31. 23 Lecture by SBA at the A.M.E. Zion Church in San Francisco
    (pp. 68-70)
  32. 24 From the Diary of SBA [3–4 May 1896]
    (pp. 70-71)
  33. 25 Theodore W. Stanton to ECS Basingstoke, [England] Sunday, June 14, 1896.
    (pp. 71-74)
  34. 26 Harriot Stanton Blatch to ECS Basingstoke, [England] June 24 [1896]
    (pp. 74-75)
  35. 27 SBA to Harriot Stanton Blatch 1630—Folsom Street San Francisco Cal. July 3, 1896—
    (pp. 75-76)
  36. 28 ECS to Theodore W. Stanton Peterboro, [N.Y.] July 24, 1896.
    (pp. 76-77)
  37. 29 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby 1630—Folsom street San Francisco Cal—July 26, 1896—
    (pp. 78-80)
  38. 30 Article by SBA: Woman Suffrage Must Be Non-Partisan. San Francisco, August 1 [1896].
    (pp. 81-83)
  39. 31 SBA to Jessie Anthony San Francisco, Saturday night Aug 1/96
    (pp. 83-84)
  40. 32 SBA to Jenkin Lloyd Jones 1630 Folsom St., San Francisco, Aug. 4, 1896
    (pp. 84-85)
  41. 33 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby Aug. 11, 1896— San Francisco Cal—
    (pp. 85-88)
  42. 34 ECS to Charles P. Somerby New York, Aug. 15, 1896.
    (pp. 89-90)
  43. 35 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby Peterboro N.Y. August 20 [1896]
    (pp. 90-92)
  44. 36 Article by ECS: Specially Inspired Men. [26 August 1896]
    (pp. 92-93)
  45. 37 SBA to Jessie Anthony 1630— Folsom street— San Francisco Cal—Aug 29/96
    (pp. 94-94)
  46. 38 SBA to ECS San Francisco Sept. 8, 1896—
    (pp. 95-97)
  47. 39 ECS to William McKinley, with Comments by Henry B. Blackwell 26 West 61st Street, N.Y., Sept. 8, 1896.
    (pp. 98-101)
  48. 40 SBA to ECS San Francisco Sept. 19, 1896.
    (pp. 101-103)
  49. 41 ECS to the Editor, New York Journal [New York, before 20 September 1896]
    (pp. 103-104)
  50. 42 Mary S. Anthony to ECS Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 22 1896
    (pp. 104-105)
  51. 43 SBA to Mary S. Anthony [San Francisco, 30 September 1896]
    (pp. 106-107)
  52. 44 Interview of SBA in Santa Barbara, California [16 October 1896]
    (pp. 107-108)
  53. 45 From the Diary of SBA [1–3 December 1896]
    (pp. 109-111)
  54. 46 Remarks by SBA to the National Council of Women
    (pp. 111-112)
  55. 47 Article by ECS: The Woman’s Bible. [5 December 1896]
    (pp. 113-115)
  56. 48 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake Rochester N.Y. Dec 24, 1896
    (pp. 115-116)
  57. 49 SBA to Caroline Bartlett Crane Rochester N Y Jan 4, 1897
    (pp. 117-117)
  58. 50 SBA to ECS [Rochester, N.Y., c. 8? January 1897]
    (pp. 118-119)
  59. 51 Meeting of the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 119-123)
  60. 52 ECS to SBA 26 West Sixty-first Street, New York, Feb. 13, 1897.
    (pp. 124-126)
  61. 53 Remarks by SBA to the Meeting of the Cuban Hospital Relief Association in Rochester
    (pp. 127-128)
  62. 54 SBA to Rachel Foster Avery Rochester, February 26, 1897
    (pp. 128-132)
  63. 55 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y., March 12, 1897.
    (pp. 132-133)
  64. 56 Theodore Tilton to ECS 73 avenue Kléber, Paris, March 27th/97
    (pp. 134-135)
  65. 57 SBA to Frances E. Willard Rochester, N.Y., April 8, 1897.
    (pp. 135-136)
  66. 58 Article by ECS: Recalled by the Grant Pageant. [2 May 1897]
    (pp. 137-139)
  67. 59 SBA to Lydia Avery Coonley Ward Rochester, N.Y., May 9 1897.
    (pp. 140-141)
  68. 60 SBA to Daniel R. Anthony Rochester, N.Y., May 26, 1897.
    (pp. 141-143)
  69. 61 Article by ECS: Reading the Bible in the Public Schools. [June 1897]
    (pp. 143-150)
  70. 62 ECS to Margaret Bryan Shelby Geneva, N.Y., June 30, 1897.
    (pp. 150-151)
  71. 63 Speech by SBA at the Annual Meeting of the Berkshire County Historical and Scientific Society, Adams, Massachusetts
    (pp. 151-158)
  72. 64 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y., Aug 23, 1897.
    (pp. 158-160)
  73. 65 SBA to ECS Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 7, 1897.
    (pp. 160-161)
  74. 66 SBA to Anna H. Shaw Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 8, 1897.
    (pp. 161-164)
  75. 67 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby, with Enclosures [New York, c. 21 September 1897]
    (pp. 165-168)
  76. 68 Isabel Howland to SBA Sherwood, [N.Y.] Sep. 28, 1897.
    (pp. 168-169)
  77. 69 SBA to Isabel Howland Rochester, N.Y., October 5th, 1897.
    (pp. 170-172)
  78. 70 Isabel Howland to SBA Sherwood, [N.Y.] Oct. 10, 1897.
    (pp. 172-173)
  79. 71 Verse by ECS for Margaret Stanton Lawrence: Maggie’s Birthday. [20 October 1897]
    (pp. 173-173)
  80. 72 ECS to Harriot Stanton Blatch New York, October 29, 1897.
    (pp. 174-174)
  81. 73 Article by ECS: Two Valuable Gifts. [November 1897]
    (pp. 174-175)
  82. 74 Mary S. Anthony to SBA Rochester, N.Y., Tuesday—↑Nov 16—↓1897.
    (pp. 176-177)
  83. 75 ECS to Elizabeth Root 26 W. 61st St., New York, Nov. 26, 1897.
    (pp. 177-178)
  84. 76 SBA to ECS Rochester, N.Y. Dec. 1, 1897
    (pp. 179-181)
  85. 77 ECS to Lucinda Hinsdale Stone 26 West 61 N.Y. Dec 27 [1897].
    (pp. 181-182)
  86. 78 John Swinton to ECS 48 West 93d St. New York December 29, 1897
    (pp. 182-182)
  87. 79 ECS to SBA: A New Year’s gift. Jan 1st, 1898.
    (pp. 183-183)
  88. 80 SBA to Rachel Foster Avery Rochester, N.Y., Jan. 18, 1898.
    (pp. 184-185)
  89. 81 ECS to Theodore W. Stanton New York, January 26, 1898.
    (pp. 185-186)
  90. 82 Frances E. Willard to SBA Hotel Empire New York City 26 January 1898
    (pp. 186-188)
  91. 83 Remarks by SBA to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 188-190)
  92. 84 Address by ECS: “Our Defeats and Our Triumphs”
    (pp. 190-202)
  93. 85 Helen Appo Cook to SBA [Washington, D.C. 17? February 1898]
    (pp. 203-206)
  94. 86 ECS to the Editors, Woman’s Journal New York, Feb. 28, 1898.
    (pp. 206-208)
  95. 87 ECS to Olivia Bigelow Hall 26 West 61 N.Y. March 8 1898
    (pp. 209-209)
  96. 88 SBA to Jane Lathrop Stanford Rochester, N.Y., April 25, 1898.
    (pp. 210-213)
  97. 89 ECS to Marietta Holley 26 West 61st st New York May 9th [1898]
    (pp. 213-213)
  98. 90 SBA to Members of the Business Committee #17 Madison St., Rochester, N.Y., May 11, 1898.
    (pp. 213-216)
  99. 91 ECS to Wendell P. Garrison New York, May 17, 1898.
    (pp. 216-218)
  100. 92 Article by ECS: War or Peace. [21 May 1898]
    (pp. 218-222)
  101. 93 Florence Kelley to ECS Chicago May 24th. 1898
    (pp. 222-224)
  102. 94 SBA to Members of the Business Committee #17 Madison St., Rochester, N.Y., May [27], 1898.
    (pp. 224-235)
  103. 95 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y. May 30, 1898.
    (pp. 235-237)
  104. 96 Robert K. Beach to SBA Rochester, N.Y., June 14, 1898.
    (pp. 238-239)
  105. 97 Article by ECS: What Would You Substitute for the Bible as a Moral Guide? [9 July 1898]
    (pp. 239-241)
  106. 98 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby Washington Conn care of Mrs Carhart July 30th [1898]
    (pp. 241-243)
  107. 99 Article by ECS: Woman’s Position in the Bible. [10 September 1898]
    (pp. 243-244)
  108. 100 ECS to Victoria Woodhull Martin 250 West 94th St., New York, U.S.A., Oct. 4 [1898]
    (pp. 244-245)
  109. 101 Remarks by SBA to Meeting about Coeducation at the University of Rochester
    (pp. 246-247)
  110. 102 Marietta Holley to ECS Adams, New York. October 14th 1898.
    (pp. 247-248)
  111. 103 Robert G. Ingersoll to ECS Dobbs Ferry, [N.Y.] Oct 14—98
    (pp. 248-249)
  112. 104 SBA to Emmeline Woodward Wells Omaha, Neb., Oct. 30, 1898.
    (pp. 249-249)
  113. 105 SBA to ECS Rochester, N.Y., Dec. 2, 1898—
    (pp. 250-253)
  114. 106 ECS to SBA [New York, c. 4 December 1898]
    (pp. 253-253)
  115. 107 SBA to Ida Husted Harper Rochester, N.Y., Dec. 7, 1898—
    (pp. 253-255)
  116. 108 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby Rochester, N.Y., Dec. 17, 1898
    (pp. 256-257)
  117. 109 SBA to Anna H. Shaw [Rochester, c. 23 December 1898]
    (pp. 257-259)
  118. 110 From the Diary of SBA [1 January 1899]
    (pp. 259-259)
  119. 111 SBA et al. to the House Committee on Elections [New York, c. 2 January 1899]
    (pp. 259-261)
  120. 112 From the Diary of SBA [2–6 January 1899]
    (pp. 261-263)
  121. 113 SBA to Robert R. Hitt 10— East 68th street New York Jan. 7, 1899.
    (pp. 263-264)
  122. 114 From the Diary of SBA [7–13 January 1899]
    (pp. 264-267)
  123. 115 ECS and SBA: Open Letter to Thomas B. Reed [14 January 1899]
    (pp. 268-269)
  124. 116 From the Diary of SBA [14 January 1899]
    (pp. 269-269)
  125. 117 Appeal by ECS and SBA: Petition for Women of Hawaii [15 January 1899]
    (pp. 270-271)
  126. 118 From the Diary of SBA [15 January 1899]
    (pp. 271-271)
  127. 119 ECS to the Editor, New York Sun [New York, before 13 February 1899]
    (pp. 272-273)
  128. 120 Interview with ECS in New York [c. 4 March 1899]
    (pp. 273-275)
  129. 121 Henry B. Blackwell to SBA Boston, March 6, 1899
    (pp. 275-275)
  130. 122 William F. Channing to ECS Pasadena, Calif. March 9, ’99.
    (pp. 276-278)
  131. 123 SBA to Mary Hutcheson Page Rochester, N.Y., March 15, 1899.
    (pp. 279-280)
  132. 124 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby Rochester, N.Y., March 17— 1899.
    (pp. 280-281)
  133. 125 Speech by SBA to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 281-287)
  134. [Illustrations]
    (pp. None)
  135. 126 Resolution by ECS for the National-American Woman Suffrage Association [3 May 1899]
    (pp. 288-289)
  136. 127 Interview with ECS in New York [3 May 1899]
    (pp. 289-291)
  137. 128 SBA to Rachel Foster Avery Rochester, N.Y., May 12th, 1899.
    (pp. 291-294)
  138. 129 SBA to Herbert S. Stone and Company Rochester, N.Y., May 13th, 1899.
    (pp. 295-296)
  139. 130 ECS to Lillie Devereux Blake 250 West 94th Street New York City June 14th 1899
    (pp. 296-297)
  140. 131 From the Diary of SBA [14–22 June 1899]
    (pp. 298-300)
  141. 132 Article by ECS: A Trailing Dress and No Pocket. [24 June 1899]
    (pp. 300-302)
  142. 133 ECS to William Lloyd Garrison, Jr. Peekskill N.Y. July 21 [1899]
    (pp. 302-303)
  143. 134 Article by ECS: The Woman’s Suffrage Association. [22 July 1899]
    (pp. 303-306)
  144. 135 William Lloyd Garrison, Jr., to ECS Boston, July 26, 1899.
    (pp. 306-307)
  145. 136 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby Rochester, New York. Oct. 23, 1899.
    (pp. 307-310)
  146. 137 Samuel Gompers to SBA [Washington, D.C.] October 31, [1899]
    (pp. 310-312)
  147. 138 Remarks by SBA to the New York State Federation of Women’s Clubs
    (pp. 312-313)
  148. 139 Emily Parmely Collins to ECS Hartford Conn. Nov’r [12?] 1899
    (pp. 314-314)
  149. 140 Statement by ECS [c. 20 November 1899]
    (pp. 314-315)
  150. 141 SBA to Samuel Gompers Rochester, N.Y., Nov. 29, 1899.
    (pp. 315-317)
  151. 142 SBA to John F. Shafroth The Riggs—Washington D.C. Feb. 2, 1900—
    (pp. 317-318)
  152. 143 John F. Shafroth to SBA Washington, February 4, 1900.
    (pp. 318-318)
  153. 144 Interview with ECS [7 February 1900]
    (pp. 318-319)
  154. 145 Report and Remarks of SBA to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 319-321)
  155. 146 Testimony by ECS to the House Committee on Judiciary [13 February 1900]
    (pp. 321-325)
  156. 147 Verse by ECS for SBA’s Birthday [15 February 1900]
    (pp. 325-327)
  157. 148 Article by ECS: Are Homogeneous Divorce Laws in All the States Desirable? [March 1900]
    (pp. 327-333)
  158. 149 SBA to George F. Hoar Rochester, N.Y., March 12, 1900.
    (pp. 333-335)
  159. 150 ECS to Lillie Devereux Blake [New York, between 12 & 24 March 1900]
    (pp. 335-336)
  160. 151 George F. Hoar to SBA Washington, D.C., March 14, 1900.
    (pp. 336-338)
  161. 152 SBA to Priscilla Bright McLaren Rochester, N.Y., U.S.A., March 31, 1900.
    (pp. 338-340)
  162. 153 SBA to Laura Clay Rochester, N.Y. April 15, 1900
    (pp. 340-343)
  163. 154 Remarks by SBA to the Political Equality Club of Rochester
    (pp. 344-345)
  164. 155 Remarks by SBA to the New England Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 345-346)
  165. 156 Article by ECS: M’Kinley and the Women. [3 June 1900]
    (pp. 346-348)
  166. 157 Ida Husted Harper to ECS 17 Madison St., Rochester June 5, 1900.
    (pp. 348-351)
  167. 158 SBA to Anna O. Anthony Rochester, N.Y. June 7, 1900—
    (pp. 351-352)
  168. 159 SBA to ECS Rochester, N.Y. June 11, 1900.
    (pp. 352-353)
  169. 160 SBA to Mary McHenry Keith Rochester, N.Y. July 25, 1900.
    (pp. 354-355)
  170. 161 ECS to the Editor, New York Tribune No. 250 West Ninety-fourth-st., New-York September 3, 1900.
    (pp. 355-357)
  171. 162 From the Diary of SBA [8–11 September 1900]
    (pp. 357-361)
  172. 163 Josephine Shatz to SBA Berlin [Germany] Oct. 6—1900—
    (pp. 362-362)
  173. 164 From the Diary of SBA [10 November 1900]
    (pp. 362-363)
  174. 165 SBA to ECS Rochester, N.Y., Nov. 11, 1900—
    (pp. 363-364)
  175. 166 SBA to Fannie Rosenberg Bigelow Rochester, N.Y., Nov. 22, 1900.
    (pp. 364-365)
  176. 167 ECS to the Editor, New York Evening Post [New York, before 28 November 1900]
    (pp. 365-367)
  177. 168 ECS to the Editor, New York Sun New York, Nov. 29 [1900].
    (pp. 367-370)
  178. 169 SBA to Carrie Chapman Catt Rochester, N.Y., Dec. 28, 1900
    (pp. 370-374)
  179. 170 Interview with SBA [1 January 1901]
    (pp. 374-378)
  180. 171 SBA to L. Burt Anthony [Rochester] Jan. 2, 1901.
    (pp. 378-379)
  181. 172 Book Review by ECS: Life and Letters of Thomas Huxley. [19 January 1901]
    (pp. 380-381)
  182. 173 ECS to the Editor, New York Sun New York, Feb. 2 [1901].
    (pp. 381-383)
  183. 174 ECS to Booker T. Washington 250 West 94th st. Feb. 15th 1901
    (pp. 383-384)
  184. 175 ECS to Lillie Devereux Blake Feb. 19/1901— 250 West 94th St New York—
    (pp. 384-386)
  185. 176 SBA to Alice Alt Pickler Rochester, N.Y., February 27th, 1901.
    (pp. 386-387)
  186. 177 SBA to William Van Benthuysen Rochester, N.Y., March 4th, 1901.
    (pp. 387-388)
  187. 178 SBA to Fannie Rosenberg Bigelow Rochester, N.Y., March 8th, 1901.
    (pp. 389-390)
  188. 179 ECS to the Editors, Woman’s Journal [New York, before 9 March 1901]
    (pp. 390-392)
  189. 180 ECS to Harriot Stanton Blatch 250 West 94 N.Y. April 2 1901
    (pp. 392-393)
  190. 181 Ida Husted Harper to ECS [Rochester] April 11, 1901.
    (pp. 393-396)
  191. 182 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby Rochester, N.Y., April 14, 1901—
    (pp. 396-397)
  192. 183 Article by ECS: Rich and Poor. [May 1901]
    (pp. 398-399)
  193. 184 Speech by SBA to the Rochester Council of Women
    (pp. 400-400)
  194. 185 SBA to Catharine Waugh McCulloch Rochester, N.Y., July 3rd., 1901.
    (pp. 401-403)
  195. 186 ECS to Elizabeth Boynton Harbert Wardenclyffe, L.I. [N.Y.] July 25, 1901.
    (pp. 403-405)
  196. 187 SBA to Anna E. Dann Rochester, N.Y., Aug 4th 1901
    (pp. 405-406)
  197. 188 SBA to Anna E. Dann [Rochester] Aug. 16, 1901
    (pp. 407-408)
  198. 189 SBA to Anna E. Dann Rochester, N.Y. Aug. 27, 1901—
    (pp. 408-409)
  199. 190 John C. Norton to ECS Plainville, [Conn.] Aug., E.M., 301. [1901]
    (pp. 410-411)
  200. 191 SBA to Henry A. Baker Rochester, N.Y., Nov. 6, 1901.
    (pp. 411-412)
  201. 192 ECS to Theodore W. Stanton New York, November 13, 1901.
    (pp. 412-413)
  202. 193 SBA to William C. Gannett Rochester, N.Y., Nov. 27, 1901
    (pp. 413-413)
  203. 194 Article by ECS: Education Will Do It. [5 December 1901]
    (pp. 413-415)
  204. 195 SBA to Emily Howland Rochester, N.Y., Dec 15, 1901—
    (pp. 416-418)
  205. 196 M. Carey Thomas to SBA [Bryn Mawr, Pa.] January 20, 1902.
    (pp. 418-419)
  206. 197 ECS to the Editor, New York Evening Post New York, January 22 [1902].
    (pp. 420-421)
  207. 198 ECS to Ida Husted Harper 250 West 94th St [New York] Jan 26—1902
    (pp. 421-421)
  208. 199 Remarks by SBA to the First International Woman Suffrage Conference
    (pp. 422-423)
  209. 200 Remarks of SBA to the Senate Select Committee on Woman Suffrage [18 February 1902]
    (pp. 423-425)
  210. 201 Remarks by SBA to the National Council of Women
    (pp. 425-425)
  211. 202 Remarks by SBA to the National Congress of Mothers
    (pp. 426-427)
  212. 203 SBA to Elizabeth Lowe Watson Atlantic City, N.J. April 1, 1902
    (pp. 427-429)
  213. 204 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby [New York, 8 April 1902]
    (pp. 429-430)
  214. 205 Article by ECS: A Defence of Woman’s Tears [20 April 1902]
    (pp. 430-432)
  215. 206 SBA to Anna H. Shaw Rochester, N.Y., June 23rd, 1902.
    (pp. 432-433)
  216. 207 ECS to SBA 250 West 94th St New York—Sept 15th 1902
    (pp. 433-434)
  217. 208 Harriot Stanton Blatch to SBA 250 West 94th St., New York, Sept. 25, 1902—
    (pp. 434-435)
  218. 209 ECS to Ida Husted Harper 250 West 94th St New York—Sept 30th 1902
    (pp. 435-437)
  219. 210 International Declaration of Principles [September? 1902]
    (pp. 437-440)
  220. 211 ECS to the Editor, New York Evening Post New York, October 10 [1902].
    (pp. 440-441)
  221. 212 Article by ECS: How Shall We Solve the Divorce Problem? A Symposium: Article I [13 October 1902]
    (pp. 441-446)
  222. 213 Florence Beeton Everett to ECS Oct 15—1902—↑2545 N. Oakley ave↓Chicago
    (pp. 446-447)
  223. 214 ECS to William R. Hearst New York, Oct. 21, 1902.
    (pp. 447-447)
  224. 215 ECS to Theodore Roosevelt New York, October 22d, 1902.
    (pp. 448-449)
  225. 216 ECS to Edith Carow Roosevelt, with Enclosure 250 West 94th st New York Oct. 25 [1902]
    (pp. 449-450)
  226. 217 SBA to ECS [Rochester, before 26 October 1902]
    (pp. 451-451)
  227. 218 Telegrams from Harriot Stanton Blatch to SBA New York Oct 26 1902
    (pp. 452-452)
  228. 219 Article by ECS: An Answer to Bishop Stevens [27 October 1902]
    (pp. 452-453)
  229. 220 SBA to Friend 250—West 94 street New York Oct. 28,1902
    (pp. 454-455)
  230. 221 SBA to Ida Husted Harper 250—West 94th street New York—Tuesday—Oct. 28, 1902—
    (pp. 455-456)
  231. 222 Lavina A. Hatch to SBA Oct 28th 1902 East Pembroke Mass
    (pp. 456-456)
  232. 223 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby Rochester, N.Y., October 31, 1902
    (pp. 457-458)
  233. 224 SBA to Mary McHenry Keith Rochester, N.Y. Nov. 28, ’02
    (pp. 459-461)
  234. 225 Margaret Richardson Sievwright and Christina K. Henderson to SBA Gisborne New Zealand December 22 1902
    (pp. 461-462)
  235. 226 Interview with SBA in Rochester [26 January 1903]
    (pp. 462-465)
  236. 227 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y. Feb. 4, 1903.
    (pp. 465-467)
  237. 228 SBA to Mass Meeting on Disfranchisement in New York City [Rochester, before 19 February 1903]
    (pp. 467-468)
  238. 229 Carrie Chapman Catt to SBA [New York] Mch 11, 1903
    (pp. 468-469)
  239. 230 Business Committee to the Editor, New Orleans Times-Democrat New Orleans, La., March 18, 1903.
    (pp. 469-473)
  240. 231 Robert J. Burdette to SBA East Orange, N.J. March 18th 1903
    (pp. 473-474)
  241. 232 SBA and Mary S. Anthony to Anna Dann Mason Tuskegee, Ala., March 29, 1903.
    (pp. 474-476)
  242. 233 Harriot Stanton Blatch to SBA [New York, Spring 1903]
    (pp. 476-476)
  243. 234 Remarks by SBA to Mass Meeting on Disfranchisement in Rochester
    (pp. 477-477)
  244. 235 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y. April 29, 1903—
    (pp. 478-479)
  245. 236 Inscriptions by SBA to Adella Hunt Logan [25 May 1903]
    (pp. 479-480)
  246. 237 Theodore W. Stanton to SBA Paris, June 9, 1903.
    (pp. 480-481)
  247. 238 William Lloyd Garrison, Jr., to SBA Boston, June 12, 1903.
    (pp. 481-482)
  248. 239 SBA to Margaret A. Haley [Rochester, before 6 July 1903]
    (pp. 482-483)
  249. 240 SBA to Herbert Putnam Rochester, N.Y. July 18, 1903.
    (pp. 483-486)
  250. 241 Ainsworth R. Spofford to SBA [Washington, D.C.] July 22 1903
    (pp. 486-487)
  251. 242 SBA to Ainsworth R. Spofford Rochester, N.Y. July 24, 1903.
    (pp. 487-488)
  252. 243 SBA to Helen Leslie Gage Rochester, N.Y. July 30, 1903
    (pp. 488-492)
  253. 244 Speech by SBA to the Judean Club of Rochester
    (pp. 493-494)
  254. 245 SBA to Elizabeth Browne Chatfield Rochester, N.Y., Dec. 12, 1903.
    (pp. 494-496)
  255. 246 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y., Dec. 15, 1903.
    (pp. 496-499)
  256. 247 Last Will and Testament of SBA [4 January 1904]
    (pp. 500-501)
  257. 248 SBA to Clara Spalding Ellis Rochester, N.Y., Jan. 19, 1904.
    (pp. 501-502)
  258. 249 SBA to Robert L. Stanton Rochester, N.Y. April 15, 1904—
    (pp. 502-503)
  259. 250 SBA to Anna Dann Mason [en route to Plymouth, England, before 28 May 1904]
    (pp. 504-506)
  260. 251 SBA to Mary Lewis Gannett [Berlin, Germany] June 17, 1904.
    (pp. 506-508)
  261. 252 Interview with SBA by Ignota [c. 26 July 1904]
    (pp. 508-510)
  262. 253 SBA to Jane Cobden Unwin Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 6, 1904.
    (pp. 511-514)
  263. 254 From the Diary of SBA [4–8 October 1904]
    (pp. 514-516)
  264. 255 SBA to Catharine Waugh McCulloch Leavenworth, Kansas, Oct 12, 1904—
    (pp. 516-517)
  265. 256 From the Diary of SBA [14 October–8 November 1904]
    (pp. 518-519)
  266. 257 SBA to the Wisconsin Woman Suffrage Association [Rochester, before 12 November 1904]
    (pp. 519-521)
  267. 258 From the Diary of SBA [12–19 November 1904]
    (pp. 521-524)
  268. 259 SBA to Anna Osborne Anthony [Rochester, c. 2 December 1904]
    (pp. 524-527)
  269. 260 Albert J. Beveridge to SBA [Washington, D.C., after 3 December 1904]
    (pp. 527-528)
  270. 261 Remarks by SBA to the Rochester Council of Women [12 December 1904]
    (pp. 528-530)
  271. 262 SBA to Aletta H. Jacobs Rochester, N.Y. December 17, 1904.
    (pp. 531-532)
  272. 263 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester N.Y. December 22nd, 1904.
    (pp. 532-533)
  273. 264 Thomas C. Platt to SBA Washington [D.C.] January 3, 1905.
    (pp. 534-534)
  274. 265 SBA to Mary McHenry Keith Rochester, N.Y. January 28th, 1905.
    (pp. 534-537)
  275. 266 SBA to George W. Martin Rochester, N.Y. January 28, 1905.
    (pp. 538-539)
  276. 267 SBA to Julia Dodson Sheppard [Rochester,] February 11, 1905.
    (pp. 539-541)
  277. 268 SBA to Lucy Browne Johnston Rochester, N.Y. Feb. 20, 1905.
    (pp. 541-543)
  278. 269 SBA to Fannie Rosenberg Bigelow Rochester, N.Y. February 24, 1905.
    (pp. 543-544)
  279. 270 SBA to the Political Equality Club of Rochester Rochester, N.Y. February 24th, 1905.
    (pp. 544-544)
  280. 271 SBA to Ida Husted Harper Rochester, N.Y. April 24, 1905.
    (pp. 545-548)
  281. 272 Interview with SBA [25 April 1905]
    (pp. 549-551)
  282. 273 SBA to Charles K. Gallup Rochester, N.Y. May 3rd, 1905.
    (pp. 551-552)
  283. 274 SBA to Ida Husted Harper Rochester, N.Y. May 25, 1905
    (pp. 552-553)
  284. 275 SBA to Ellen Clark Sargent [Rochester, c. 12 June 1905]
    (pp. 553-554)
  285. 276 SBA to Anna Dann Mason [Chicago] June 22, 1905—
    (pp. 554-555)
  286. 277 Interview with SBA in Portland, Oregon [3 July 1905]
    (pp. 555-557)
  287. 278 Remarks by SBA at the Woman’s Clubhouse, Los Angeles
    (pp. 558-559)
  288. 279 Conversation between SBA and Celia Coyle [30 July 1905]
    (pp. 559-561)
  289. 280 Henry A. Baker to SBA New York, Oct 20/05
    (pp. 562-562)
  290. 281 SBA to Booker T. Washington Rochester, N.Y. Nov. 6, 1905.
    (pp. 562-563)
  291. 282 Samuel Gompers to SBA [Washington, D.C.] December 2, 1905.
    (pp. 564-564)
  292. 283 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y. Dec. 8, 1905.
    (pp. 565-566)
  293. 284 SBA to Rush Rhees Rochester, N.Y. Jan. 3rd, 1906.
    (pp. 566-568)
  294. 285 SBA to Grace A. Woodworth Rochester, N.Y. Jan. 8, [1906]—
    (pp. 568-569)
  295. 286 Jenkin Lloyd Jones to SBA [Chicago] January 20, 1906.
    (pp. 569-570)
  296. 287 College Evening of the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 570-576)
  297. 288 Remarks by SBA at Birthday Celebration in Washington
    (pp. 577-578)
  298. 289 Lucy E. Anthony to Ida Husted Harper Rochester, N.Y. Feb. 28, 1906.
    (pp. 579-579)
  299. 290 Lucy E. Anthony to Elizabeth Smith Miller Rochester, N.Y. March 2nd, 1906
    (pp. 580-580)
  300. 291 Statement to the press about SBA’s health [6 March 1906]
    (pp. 581-581)
  301. 292 Mabel Nichols to Maude Nichols Rochester N.Y. Homeopathic Hosp. March 13th, 06
    (pp. 581-582)
  302. Index
    (pp. 583-602)