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Mabel Vernon: suffragist, undated

 Item — Reel: 2938

Mabel Vernon: suffragist, undated, produced by Melanie Malhalek and the Feminist Radio Network is an interview with Mabel Vernon, a member of the National Women's party who fought for women's suffrage and the equal rights movement, on her 91st birthday, a year before her death in 1975. Vernon speaks of her life dedicated to the cause of women, undated.


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