A suffrage Christmas greeting and gift of a one-year subscription for the Woman’s Journal.
Woman’s Journal was a women’s rights periodical founded by Lucy Stone in 1870. It covered topics such as woman’s suffrage debates and women’s rights convention notes and featured contributors such as Louisa May Alcott and William Lloyd Garrison. Woman’s Journal ceased publication in 1931.
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