Manuscripts/Mixed Material Mary H. Loines to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 10, 1905
NEW YORK STATE WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION
President, ELLA HAWLEY CROSSETT
Vice-President at Large, HARRIET MAY MILLS
926 West Genesee St., SysACUSE
Chairman, MRS. MARY HILLARD LOINES
26 Garden Place, Brooklyn
Recording Secretary, NICOLAS SHAW FRASER 324 Huestis St., ITHACA
Corresponding Sec'y, GEORGIEANNA FIELD POTTER
485 Auburn Ave., BUFFALO
MRS. GEORGE HOWARD LEWIS, 656 Seventh St., Buffalo
MRs. MARY E. CRAIGIE, 143 Linden Ave., Brooklyn
Treasurer, IDA AUGUSTA CRAFT
294 Stuyvesant Ave., BROOKLYN
Auditors ELIZA WRIGHT OSBORNE, Auburn
ISABEL HOWLAND, SHERWOOD
MISS ANNE F. MILLER, Geneva Miss JULIE R. JENNEY, 363 Green St., Syracuse
Dear Fellow-mebaer of the Ltgislative Comnittee:Senatoe Raines wote en lat sEk that the inser.tion of hoe Bill was delayed as it -ould ha e to be soaehat shed in fer in Q ode? not
to interfere ith oe cshrtales. This has beaen done by ad ing,lt hii8 act shall not be oonstrued as abridging the riPht heretofore oonferred pon any person to vote sat stirh electionr . Senator atines' point i: that we ';ant the -romen tax-payes to vote wherever the me tax- t ayers do, but if in any ity any ele to3 r vote, e have no ri lit to abride tht t priviltee.
As soon as tie staryo of harter is publishod yos wtll see th rihit is Generally safeguarded for etax-ga eletors there -foen do not
vote. In it. Vernon eleotor vote on the School Tax.
Today Senator Raines hai sent me printed iopies of the Bill. As soon as I can got more I ill forwamrd theB. It is o. 246, is a seoital Oat, and wa introdtedi Pebruary d. I have no t yet hea freo: kr. Bedell
who was to introidue it, nor did I sea any mention of this Bill in my daily papE.
Letters fro, influential aen tlanking Senator Raines for introdu-a in the Thir-olasa C(ities Bill, andx '_si proMpt pass age are maot desirale. Also preparations to send a qualified lawye to the hearing, if e ar ca.lled upon to Cio so.
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