Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, Miscellaneous, undated (Box 5, Folder 7)

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Correspondence, and manuscripts of Mathilde Anneke, an author and woman's rights advocate, who lived primarily in Milwaukee after 1849. The correspondence, practically all of which is in German script, contains much information on the opinions and activities of German-American intellectuals of the nineteenth century.

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Forest Spring

[St Louis Dept 28?]

Madam Anake

A Convention called in the interests of Woman Suffrage will be held in this City on the 6th & 7th of October You are cordially and earnestly invited to attend. Mrs [Major?] [Pitzman?] will

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