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The Woman's Era, Volume 3, an electronic edition

by Josephine St. P. Ruffin and Florida R. Ridley, Eds. [Ruffin, Josephine St. P. and Ridley, Florida R.]

date: [1894-1897]
source publisher: Woman's Era Club
collections: Abolition, Freedom, and Rights, Women's Advocacy

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June 1896

The most important feature of this number, after the programme of the three days' convention, will be the advertisements of men and women of business in the different cities. Many of the agents interested in this Souvenir, are asking for a whole page upon which to show up the successful business people of their section, and all are taking a local pride in the result. As this number is to have handsome covers, and fine cuts, it will be a lasting ornament, as well as a good business Directory for future reference. All our business people failing to be in evidence in this triumphant showing of successful effort, will have cause for regret when too late to remedy. All orders for space must be in the Boston office by July 10th, to insure insertion ill this great free edition. Among the cuts promised is one of Harriet Tubman, of the latest statue presented to the city of Boston, that of John Boyle O'Riley, and in reception of which Mayor Quincy said, "it is the fittest piece of sculpture erected in all Boston," of the building where the first convention of women was held in Boston, and the church where the first annual meeting will be held in Washington, in July.