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A scanned version of a pamphlet printed in 1917 to make the case against women having the right to vote. Distributed by the Maine Association Opposed to Suffrage for Women; Mrs. Clarence Hale, Portland, President; Mrs. Fred E. Hollis, Portland, Secretary.
Maine Association Opposed to Suffrage for Women, "The Case Against Woman Suffrage: the Most Important Question On the Ballot at the Special Election, September 10, 1917" (1917). Maine History Documents. 127.
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