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Collection: Wisconsin Women's History

EricRoscoe
EricRoscoe added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “Page left in review for final paragraph in German?”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “Returned and basically finished. This is a printed document with its own spacing and various fonts and sizes of print. I did not try to duplicate that formatting although I did get all the text correctly (I hope.)”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “Incomplete. Needed a break. did not try to do formatting as in original printed sheet. ”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “Mary Bentley was from Marathon County Wisconsin. I cannot find her middle name. It looks like Wylie possible. Also, I guess the abbreviation after Marathon in Co for county but I cannot be sure”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “here is page two of a handwritten letter written on a sheet designed to collect signature for support of the amendment. I have included all of the text, but did not attempt to format as it was in the original either for fonts or for spacing. ”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “letter is written on a petition blank so there are various fonts in the letterhead. I did check the names and the title of the lecture and those are accurate (according to Google).”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.3 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “the donation line is written in a slightly different hand. I can't make out the word for contribution/donation.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “hand-written letter and much poorer handwriting than her other letters”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “Odd copy----its as though the page was placed against another document which bled through, the front text is presumably page 187 in the file”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “This is on letter-head, which I can't reproduce, so I typed the text without formatting. there are two hand-written notes at the top---one says, "the year of her death", the other "dictated by S.B.A. Anneke died in 1884. I think this is the fr...”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “Written on the back of a form of National Woman Suffrage Association. Signed in different color ink by Susan B. Anthony”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “signature block not included in letter”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “I have noted the inserts by typing them in a bracket over the spot inserted. I hope this is clear, they seemed important to understand the thinking of the writer of the letter.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “This is a letter with formatting appropriate to a letter and some inserted remarks. I have not tried to accurately duplicate the format, however the actual letter is very legible.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “newspaper article in German”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “As with the previous page this is very difficult and I will have to come back to it.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “I find this letter very hard to read and I think I will come back to it another time, unless someone else picks it up”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.6 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “note that campaign was struck and changed to battlefields”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “At top of page another hand "page 131--Vol II (History of German [?]”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “I can't read the salutation for Susan Anthony. pencil notes "used in chapter X put in appendix"”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “some words very hard to read in this letter. the sense of it is pretty clear, except for not knowing what was the issue with the husband.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “labeled 1871 in ink”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “the word after darkness is something like priestcraft---she definitely feels the church is actively opposing the efforts of the movement.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “signature doesn't look like Mathilde but that is her name as in the file”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “This letter is mostly pretty readable. A few spots were difficult”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “letter is edited on the page in the original, and some words unintelligible. ”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.4 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “guessed at a couple of words based on context. confident of the sense if not the exact word”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.3 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “first line and names very difficult to accurately read.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.2 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “handwriting difficult to read in places----paper damaged esp at bottom. Sought to only transcribe when highly confident. ”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “letter has torn margins and strike overs. I am confident in most parts but there are places which are difficult. ”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “some phrases don't make sense as I transcribed them---left them for now.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “On letterhead-----letterhead noted on transcription”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “parts of this letter were very difficult for me to decipher. Since it is SB Anthony it seems important. If I knew the issues better I think it would translate better for me”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “labeled in pencil, faint, at top of page.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “This is a formal document with formal fonts. I have rendered all the text and adjusted the formatting as necessary.”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “There is a pencil note on the document which indicates it is from 1870. All the text is included---formatting, font changes and some ornate letters are in the original. ”Note Added
Westbrook
Westbrook added a note to page p.1 in the work Mathilde Franziska Anneke - Women's Suffrage Correspondence, 1866-1884 (Box 5, Folder 4), saying “This document has various type faces. Also because of the font of the document the lines exceed the length of the transcription. ”Note Added