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Susan B. Anthony to Paulina Wright Davis

Susan B. Anthony to Paulina Wright Davis
Anthony writes that the new suffrage workers want their expenses paid, but that she, herself works without compensation. Anthony shares her concerns at having to sell the rights of The Revolution to a stock company. She discusses the company and the process of borrowing money in detail. Davis writes about her deteriorating relationship with Lucy Stone, and also comments on the stock company that Anthony mentioned. Davis notes: "poor Susan I know just how she feels it is a heartbreaking thing to yield a pet like this to the cold work Heaven help her for men are hard and women weak & jealous.", [Item title, item date], Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Box D.292, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
Susan B. Anthony to Paulina Wright Davis
Anthony writes that the new suffrage workers want their expenses paid, but that she, herself works without compensation. Anthony shares her concerns at having to sell the rights of The Revolution to a stock company. She discusses the company and the process of borrowing money in detail. Davis writes about her deteriorating relationship with Lucy Stone, and also comments on the stock company that Anthony mentioned. Davis notes: "poor Susan I know just how she feels it is a heartbreaking thing to yield a pet like this to the cold work Heaven help her for men are hard and women weak & jealous.", [Item title, item date], Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Box D.292, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.