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The Torch Bearer

Auhtor: Agnes Ryan

Language: english

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Review by M. Erb, January 2005


Rating: (***)
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Summary of the Book 'The Torch Bearer':

This pamphlet contains a history of the Womans journal which was of the official publication of AWSA.

Excerpts from the Book 'The Torch Bearer':


... immense amount of time and energy and initiative and planning. It is a case of driving twenty-four in hand. Some days it sends the driver home thoroughly ...
... she sold papers and took subscription orders she got $74.42. Many of the meetings were small and at the larger number of them the attendance was made ...
... leave such an important matter to haphazard uncertainties. We have, therefore, formed a small Finance Department and have studied all of the ways ...
... corporation formed under the laws of Massachusetts. Its stockholders are interested in furthering the cause of equal suffrage through a paper owned ...
... With the exception of these $4,000, I have raised or borrowed each year the necessary money, over and above receipts, to keep the paper going. With ...
... a paper to the cause, and that even then we must have over $5,000 additional to be out of debt for 1915. [Illustration: Alice Stone Blackwell ...
... of subscribers to the paper, for the price of the paper was changed from $3 to $2.50 to $1.50. The price is now $1 per year. The last change was made ...
... come until its paid circulation is about 50,000.) We are, therefore, face to face with the fact that, while all suffragists are agreed as to ...
... by getting all readers of the Journal, all believers in it as an educator, to join themselves into a mighty army to enroll as subscribers for the ...
... 10,020 3,989 1911.................. 18,510 15,275 1912.................. 24,499 19,309 1913.................. ...
... the circulation of the paper without running the risk of defeating its purpose. [Illustration: THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Left to Right-Lower row ...
... of heroism, of martyrdom, of stinging injustice in connection with everyday life,-if the doings within the movement are vital and challenging and ...
... for the next issue of the paper is sufficient to tell the subscriber that her money and order have been received. If, however, as so often happens, ...
... course, be attended to before the letter can go to the files. To avoid having a letter filed before all of its orders or requests have been attended ...
... was going on twelve months in the year, we began sending out bills each month to those subscribers whose subscriptions were about to expire. That ...
... offices, asking for information which the Woman's Journal publishes from week to week. Think of the waste! They have the faith but not the knowledge ...
... Woman's Journal will not accept liquor or tobacco advertisements, or any advertisements of patent medicines, swindling schemes, or matters of a questionable ...
... You Are An Educator. If You Are A Postman. If You Are A Business Man. If You Are A Minister. If You Are A Traveling Man. If You Are A ...
... legal and political equality, and especially to her right of suffrage. Founded in 1870 by Lucy Stone and Henry B. Blackwell Editor-in-Chief ...
... : WikkeyA. A. Alvarez (born 19 February 1982) is the author of the book, Chronicles of a Nomad: Memoirs of an Immigrant (2009). Born Alex Alberto ...