Jane Rooker Breeden correspondence, 1914 - 1933

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Dear Sir,

We hope you are in favor of granting suffrage to the women of S Dakota and that you will assist us by speaking to the voters in behalf of this measure when opportunity offers.

Of 430 Pierre women interviewed recently, over 70% expressed themselves as wanting the ballot, 7% were opposed and the rest indifferent.

Pierre Political Equality Club.

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31 Jackson Street Deadwood Co. Dakota March 23rd 1914.

My dear Mrs. Breeden

Your letter of encouragement and congrations, suffrage papers and clippings all received and genuinely appreciated. I have been working farther with the situation here and have come to the conclusion that it will require time, energy, ability, and some money to do the work

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