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1846   Martha Washington Salem Union No. 6., Daughters of Temperance, a portion of the charter of an early women's temperance union, 1846. 

c. 1910s   Juliet Clannon Cushing, advocate of protective labor legislation for women. 

1923   The New Jersey Republican, April 1923, a cover photo of Juliet Clannon Cushing (1845-1934) being congratulated for the passage of the night work bill.

1942  World War II Ration Book and Stamps, 1942.  

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