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Frances E. Willard, She Became a Famous Woman
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Frances E. Willard, She Became a Famous Woman - File 003. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 22, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1996_007/item/1371/show/1370.

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Title Frances E. Willard, She Became a Famous Woman
Publisher Signal Press
Language eng
Subject
  • Feminism
  • Women's rights
  • National Women's Conference
  • Willard, Frances E.
Place
  • Evanston, Illinois
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  • brochures
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Identifier ID 1996-007, Box 1, Folder 21
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • Carey C. Shuart Women’s Research Collection
  • Marjorie Randal National Women's Conference Collection
Donor Randal, Marjorie
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Transcript Frances E. Willard Statuary Hall, U.S. Capitol Building, Washington, D.C. The first woman so honored "She knew the power of banded ill, But felt that love was stronger still, And organized for doing good The world's united womanhood." —John Green leaf Whit tier t-v.. /^....■•'i^.g "I knew her for a period of about twenty-five years, having met her shortly after her return from her first trip abroad. She was a most remarkable, a most extra-ordinary woman in every respect. She was a bunch of magnetism, possessing that occult force which all leaders must have. I never approached her but what I felt my nerves tingle from this magnetism. She had a great depth of understanding. Her brain was developed in a wonderful manner. She seemed to have the power, so seldom possessed, to take in everything at once." —Susan B. Anthony "Frances E. Willard was the greatest woman philanthropist of our generation. I do not hesitate at the use of this word 'greatest'. I am persuaded that when the annals of the nineteenth century are written her name will stand pre-eminent as the one who saw with a keen prophetic eye ahead of her time, and who furnished the women, not only of a great continent but the world over, with a just realization of their rightful position, by her safe-guarding gospel: 'Womanliness first — afterward, what you will.' " —Lady Henry Somerset FRANCES E. WILLARD was chosen one of twelve famous women of the century 1833-1933 LADIES HOME JOURNAL Poll Catalog No. 720 Ml 7,898,767 Historical & Biographical 100 for $5.85; 50 for $3.30; 10 cents singly SIGNAL PRESS 1730 Chicago Avenue, Evanston IL 60201 Printed in U.S.A.
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