Wobbly Structure

I was just reading about Selina Solomons, president of the Votes for Women’s Club of San Francisco. During the 1911 woman suffrage campaign in California, Solomons reported that she had “numberless hand-to-hand encounters” with anti-suffragists who held “anti-diluvian arguments and theories . . . .the product of a certain wobbly structure of the brain cells, which neither logic nor fact could remedy.”

WS2302-^Salina Solomons ^Writer and Activist-San Francisco,CA

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