Letter, Susan B. Anthony to Mrs. C.C. Thayer

May 24, 1900

A letter from Susan B. Anthony, on behalf of the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA), to Mrs. C.C. Thayer, secretary of the International Missionary Union (IMU). Anthony requests that her letter to the IMU be read and discussed at their upcoming convention. She asks if the Union would like a visit from one of NAWSA’s speakers.

Letter, Susan B. Anthony to Mrs. C.C. Thayer

[Letterhead: National American Woman Suffrage Association]
May 24, 1900
Mrs. C.C. Thayer,
Sec’y of the International Missionary Union,
Rochester, N.Y.
My Dear Friend: –
The enclosed letter for you and all the officers of the International
Missionary Union will explain itself. I have only to add to it that
you will greatly oblige the national woman suffrage association if you
will see that it is read at your coming convention. Of course, the ear-
lier you are able to let me know should your Union desire one of our
speakers, the easier it will be for me to make the arrangement.
Thanking you in advance for whatever you may do in our behalf, I am,
Very sincerely yours,
Susan B. Anthony

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