In Her Own Right

Sarah Hopper Gibbons Emerson letter to Anna M. Jackson

Image A00183488 lg
Date created 1911-01-31
Creators Emerson, Sarah Hopper, 1835-
Description Sarah H. Emerson was the daughter of prominent social reformer Abby Hopper Gibbons. On behalf of The Women's Prison Association and Societies Allied to Repeal Section 79 of the Page Bill, thanks Jackson for provided assistance at the Cooper Union meeting.
Description The Women’s Prison Association and Societies, Allied To Repeal Section 79 of the Inferior Courts Law Woman's Medical Association of the City of New York American Purity Alliance Women's Society for Prevention of Crime Women's Henry George League Women's Political Union Philanthropic Committee Friends' Monthly Meeting Women's Christian Temperance union State of New York Women's Trade Union League Equality Suffrage League of New York American Federation of Nurses Assembly District 22 Woman Suffrage Party and Others Headquarters 110 Second Avenue January 31, 1911. Mrs. Anna L. Jackson. My dear friend. The Women’s Prison Association and Societies Allied to Repeal Section 79 of the Page Bill desire me to express their warm thanks for the grateful service rendered at Cooper Union on the evening of January nineteen. The Meeting seemed to us a very great success and we appreciate highly the assistance rendered by our fellowworkers. Thine sincerely, Sarah H. Emerson. 425 West End Avenue.
Size 1 page
Type text
Subjects Women--Societies and clubs | Bills, Legislative | Prostitution--Law and legislation | Women social reformers
Geographical location New York (N.Y.)
Language English
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Contributing institution Friends Historical Library: Swarthmore College
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