Suffragists were publicity hounds . . .

Keeping the suffrage issue constantly in front of the public was a daunting task. Grandmother Edna Kearns got news coverage when standing on a street corner and speaking about suffrage. Here’s an example from a Long Island local paper:

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2 responses to “Suffragists were publicity hounds . . .

  1. It’s also fascinating that they managed to get so much coverage. I’ve learned how difficult that is from some modern organizing work I’ve participated in … it’s HARD to get covered, even locally!

  2. Aren’t you exaggerating a little?

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