F.E. Curtis letter to Washington Territory Governor Semple regarding women's suffage, January 15, 1888
F.E. Curtis, a flour mill owner in Spokane Falls, writes to Gov. Eugene Semple to convey the idea that information in local newspapers does not accurately reflect the sentiment of the public. He states reasons why those who are in favor of the women's suffrage movement may not make their feelings known, resulting in the papers inaccurately stating that the public is in favor of "refusing to give a voice" to women.
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