Isabella Beecher Hooker

Copies of Woman Suffrage Resolution, October 21, 1871
The resolution was adopted by the Massachusetts State Convention and asks for the right to vote to be extended to "all law-abiding, tax-paying American citizens, and will hail the day when the educated intellect and enlightened woman finds direct expression at the ballot box.", Copies of Woman Suffrage Resolution, October 21, 1871, Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
Unknown writer to "Dear Brownie"
The writer encourages Brownie not to take Stanton's sense of humor too seriously, referring to an unknown slight or disagreement between the women., Unknown writer to "Dear Brownie", Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
Photograph of Isabella Beecher Hooker with a signed autograph sentiment., 1868-1880
The sentiment reads: "The World is my Country- To do good is my Religion." Isabella Beecher Hooker., Photograph of Isabella Beecher Hooker with a signed autograph sentiment., 1868-1880, Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
"To the Editors of the United States", Undated
Broadsheet enclosed with letter from January 30, 1872, "To the Editors of the United States", Undated, Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
"Forty-Second Congress. Second Session. Yesterday's Proceedings." National Republican, January 16, 1872
Newspaper article was enclosed with letter from Isabella Beecher Hooker to John Hooker, January 16, 1872., "Forty-Second Congress. Second Session. Yesterday's Proceedings." National Republican, January 16, 1872, Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
"Statement of John Hooker with regard to a conversation at Brooklyn, N.Y., March 21st 1876 with Thomas G. Shearman, Esq. With regard to the Beecher-Tilton matter.", March 21, 1876
"Statement of John Hooker with regard to a conversation at Brooklyn, N.Y., March 21st 1876 with Thomas G. Shearman, Esq. With regard to the Beecher-Tilton matter.", March 21, 1876, Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
Newspaper article: "Washington...The Strong Minded Women Coalescing with the 'Liberal Republicans.'" New York Herald, January 30, 1872
Enclosed with letter from Isabella Beecher Hooker to John Hooker, February 4, 1872., Newspaper article: "Washington...The Strong Minded Women Coalescing with the 'Liberal Republicans.'" New York Herald, January 30, 1872, Isabella Beecher Hooker and John Hooker Papers, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.