A Septuagenarian

The National Woman's Party meets again—to spend its 75th birthday at its birthplace, Seneca Falls, N. Y. Most people have not the privilege of choosing their birthplaces. With organizations, however, it is a different matter. Nevertheless, it was more the choice of circumstances than of people that the woman's rights movements was born at Seneca Falls.

In 1848, Lucretia Mott, eloquent Quakeress, attending the Yearly Meeting of Friends in Western New York, visited her sister at Auburn. At Seneca Falls, ten miles away, was Elizabeth Cady Stanton,...

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