The following selections speak out, opposing Restellism, and are the basis for the exhibit.
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The Revolution Advertisement Policy
The Revolution, January 8, 1868
The Revolution, Inaugural Edition, Cover Page
January 8, 1868
Notice on the Death of Dr. Charlotte Denman Lozier, Paulina Wright Davis
The Revolution, January 20, 1870, 346
Is Woman Her Own?, Matilda E J Gage
The Revolution, April 9, 1868
Child Murder, Editorial
The Revolution, March 12, 1868, 146-147
Foundling Hospitals, Parker Pillsbury
The Revolution, March 26, 1868
Hester Vaughn, Elizabeth Cady Stanton
The Revolution, November 19, 1868
The Lectures of Dr. Anna Densmore.
The Revolution, March 19, 1868
Restellism in NY
Elizabeth Blackwell Quote