National Affairs: At Seneca Falls

The National Woman's Party meeting at Seneca Falls, N. Y., at the place and on the 75th anniversary of the first women's rights conference adopted a resolution for a Constitutional Amendment to give women and men equal rights throughout the country. Miss Alice Paul, Vice President of the party, presented the resolution. There was a dance of 50 women and children representing the progress of woman. Later the delegates went to Rochester, N. Y., and paid tribute at the grave of Susan B. Anthony, one of the early leaders of their movement.

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