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- Theodore Roosevelt writes to Alice Carpenter regarding the proposed Federal amendment for women's suffrage. Roosevelt let her know that he urged Republican Presidential candidate Charles Evan Hughes to endorse the amendment, and that Hughes assured Roosevelt he was for it. Roosevelt asks Carpenter to let Eleanor Beatrice Higginson and Abby Scott Baker know this.
- Letters, Women--Suffrage--U.S. states, Americans--Politics and government, New York (State)--Oyster Bay, Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Alice Carpenter
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