Books Suffragists Display New Offices at Reception; page 2
; Between the national offices and the library are the State headquarters, occupying two large and well lighted rooms,done in dark oak, with mission furniture, the gift of Mrs. Henry ViMard. Pictures off
the former presidents adorn these walls, there being four in all.
Mrs. Ella Hawley Crossett presides ova'r the state offices, assisted by the vice president, Miss Harriet May Mills, and Miss Carolyn Crossett, a young Cornell grad-. uate, who will act in the capacity o� private secretary to her mother during' the coming campaign. Two rooms arj% given over to the press bureau of the na-; tional society, where Mrs. Ida Husted' Harper, and her assistant, Miss Elizabeth'
J. Hauser, of Ohio, preside. . ,,_
The speakers of the afternoon were Dr."
Anna Howard Shaw, Mrs. Ella Hawley''
Crossett, Miss Harriet May Mills and MrS;1-
Ida Husted Harper. Mrs. Belmont was-called upon to talk, but declined. Both*
headquarters, the national arid the State';
wlll.be open daily, except Sunday, from
nine till five,