From The New York Times
December 23, 1898
The relevant paragraphs showing the suffragettes’ longing for the days of Col. Waring’s leadership of the White Wings. In case comment is necessary on the rubber boots, these were worn not only to avoid rain puddles and snow, but the trash and horse droppings that covered the streets. That cake sounds pretty amazing, too - “the carts and horses and all the street cleaning apparatus in frosting.”
The start of this article is also worth reading. There’s a resolution that the government should provide husbands to support women if they’re not to be allowed to work outside the home.
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