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Susan B. Anthony to Olympia Brown, April 10, 1874

Susan B. Anthony to Olympia Brown, April 10, 1874
Anthony writes about her mother’s failing health, and the changes they are making to the house to be able to make room for "brother McLean"- her sister's husband. Anthony also describes the planning for the upcoming national meeting in New Jersey, to be held in, May. She reports: "It seems as if nobody cared a [pip?] for holding up our national plan any more - while it does seem to me we ought to do so religiously- and unless I shall be made to see it of no importance - I must work on to secure a good N.J. meeting-", [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 Olympia Brown, April 10, 1874
Anthony writes about her mother’s failing health, and the changes they are making to the house to be able to make room for "brother McLean"- her sister's husband. Anthony also describes the planning for the upcoming national meeting in New Jersey, to be held in, May. She reports: "It seems as if nobody cared a [pip?] for holding up our national plan any more - while it does seem to me we ought to do so religiously- and unless I shall be made to see it of no importance - I must work on to secure a good N.J. meeting-", [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 Olympia Brown, April 10, 1874
Anthony writes about her mother’s failing health, and the changes they are making to the house to be able to make room for "brother McLean"- her sister's husband. Anthony also describes the planning for the upcoming national meeting in New Jersey, to be held in, May. She reports: "It seems as if nobody cared a [pip?] for holding up our national plan any more - while it does seem to me we ought to do so religiously- and unless I shall be made to see it of no importance - I must work on to secure a good N.J. meeting-", [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 Olympia Brown, April 10, 1874
Anthony writes about her mother’s failing health, and the changes they are making to the house to be able to make room for "brother McLean"- her sister's husband. Anthony also describes the planning for the upcoming national meeting in New Jersey, to be held in, May. She reports: "It seems as if nobody cared a [pip?] for holding up our national plan any more - while it does seem to me we ought to do so religiously- and unless I shall be made to see it of no importance - I must work on to secure a good N.J. meeting-", [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 Olympia Brown, April 10, 1874
Anthony writes about her mother’s failing health, and the changes they are making to the house to be able to make room for "brother McLean"- her sister's husband. Anthony also describes the planning for the upcoming national meeting in New Jersey, to be held in, May. She reports: "It seems as if nobody cared a [pip?] for holding up our national plan any more - while it does seem to me we ought to do so religiously- and unless I shall be made to see it of no importance - I must work on to secure a good N.J. meeting-", [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.