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Mrs. Kelley on "Woman Suffrage"


Mrs. Florence Kelley, secretary of the National Consumers' League, will lecture on "Woman Suffrage" under the auspices of the Harvard Men's League for Woman Suffrage in the New Lecture Hall this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock.

Mrs. Kelley is a recognized authority on social and political questions. She graduated from Cornell University in 1882, and from 1893-97 served as state inspector of factories for Illinois. Finally, in 1899, she became general secretary of the National Consumers' League, which position she has held ever since.

As an author, Mrs. Kelley published a book in 1905 entitled "Some Ethical Gains through Legislation," and has also translated Friedrich Engel's "Condition of the Working Class in England."

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