Belva Lockwood letter to Lella Gardner

Date created 1912-08-11
Creator Lockwood, Belva Ann, 1830-1917

Written on "Belva A. Lockwood, LL. D. Attorney and Solicitor" stationery. Lella Crum Gardner (1873-1956) was the wife of Belva Lockwood's nephew Frank Gardner. Conveys news about family/friends, including the marital trouble of her sister Inverno. Discusses her participation in the woman suffrage campaigning in Columbus, Ohio, where she spoke to a crowd of five thousand people and helped to organize the "Lockwood Chapter" of the American Woman's Republic. H. Anna Quimby, a lawyer and editor of "The Ohio Woman," was nominated for Governor of Ohio.

Size 2 pages
Type Text
Subjects Women--Suffrage | Women orators | Women--Societies and clubs | Women political activists | Marital conflict
Geographical location Washington (D.C.)
Language English
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Local identifier Lockwood-0019

Belva Ann Lockwood Papers, SCPC-DG-098 (explore contents)

Contributing institution Swarthmore College Peace Collections
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