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“Pic Nic-iana: The Fashionable Summer Amusement” (1865)

PIC NIC-IANA. — The Fashionable Summer Amusement—Pic Nics Considered Socially, Topographically, Gaily and Festively—A Glance at the Greensward—An Afternoon out of doors among the Dancers and Danceresses. Reader, dost thou pic nic it? Not such pics nor such nics as… Continue Reading →

“Socialism and Suffrage” lecture at Lansing’s Grove (1915)

An address on “Socialism and Suffrage,” with a special discussion of some of the testimony given before the Federal Relations Commission and its relation to the “votes for women” propaganda, will be given by Mrs. Mary G. Schoenberg, woman’s correspondent… Continue Reading →

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