Reverend Anna Shaw to Millicent Garrett Fawcett

Scope and Content

Explains the attitude taken by American suffragists to Lady Cook and her sister, Mrs Martin. Hopes that Mrs Fawcett will come to America.

(For biographical details on Lady Cook and Mrs Martin, see under Woodhull, Victoria, vol III of 'Notable American Women', ed TE James 1971. Also E Sachs 'The Terrible Siren - Victoria Woodhull, 1838-1927'; p.236 of R Strachey's biography of Millicent Garrett Fawcett; periodicals 'The Freewoman' (later The Egoist) and 'The Humanitarian'. These are all in the Fawcett Library, as are books and pamphlets by the sisters). Typed on ICW headed paper. Signed.