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Photo of Ellen Spencer Mussey's marshal ribbon worn as she led the women’s legal group in the 1913 Woman Suffrage Procession.

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 Photograph with label "The first picket line. College day in the picket line."

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Brief biography of Ellen Spencer Mussey from "Woman's Home Companion."

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Longer poem written as a birthday tribute to Mussey. Notes her work ethic and values.

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Brief and humorous poem about the time Mussey broke her arm, and more broadly about Mussey’s character and strength.

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Flyer outlining reasons why women should study law. Language echoes reasons Gillett gave for why women should study the law in a 1922 interview with Grace Knoeller.

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One of a handful of articles about Emma Gillette's 70th birthday dinner, notes how Gillett was seen by other prominent suffragists.

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One of a handful of articles about Emma Gillette's 70th birthday dinner, notes how Gillett was seen by other prominent suffragists.

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One of a handful of articles about Emma Gillette's 70th birthday dinner, notes how Gillett was seen by other prominent suffragists.

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Clipping from the February 17, 1923 issue of the Washington Post. Summarizes a recent interview with Mussey regarding the Cable Act. Law did away with naturalization at the altar and loss of American citizenship when women married foreign men.
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