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As President of the California Equal Suffrage Association, aka the California Woman Suffrage Association, from 1909 to 1911, Mrs. Watson saw her dream come true for California women. Earlier, her personal quest for emancipation led her to become a pastor in the First Spiritualist Union of San Francisco (1896). For her friend and ardent suffragist, Georgiana Bruce Kirby, she delivered the funeral oration in Santa Cruz (1887).
 
As President of the California Equal Suffrage Association, aka the California Woman Suffrage Association, from 1909 to 1911, Mrs. Watson saw her dream come true for California women. Earlier, her personal quest for emancipation led her to become a pastor in the First Spiritualist Union of San Francisco (1896). For her friend and ardent suffragist, Georgiana Bruce Kirby, she delivered the funeral oration in Santa Cruz (1887).

Latest revision as of 16:42, 25 June 2014

Unfinished History

by Mae Silver, excerpted from The Sixth Star

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Elizabeth Lowe Watson

photo: from the San Francisco Main Library

As President of the California Equal Suffrage Association, aka the California Woman Suffrage Association, from 1909 to 1911, Mrs. Watson saw her dream come true for California women. Earlier, her personal quest for emancipation led her to become a pastor in the First Spiritualist Union of San Francisco (1896). For her friend and ardent suffragist, Georgiana Bruce Kirby, she delivered the funeral oration in Santa Cruz (1887).

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