Chapter's End

Women

Chapter's End

Hard by the man-made National capitol which it had stormed and captured, the Executive Council of the National American Woman Suffrage Association held a meeting— probably the last.

Fully 300 "votes-for-women" veterans were there. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Miss Mary Garrett Hay, Mrs. Maud Wood Park. Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton—they were there. The Vice Presidents of the Republican and Democratic National Committees (Mrs. Hert and Mrs. Blair respectively)—they were there. Nonagenarian Mrs. Hester M. Poole of New Hampshire—she, the eldest, was there. Heroic memories...

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