[NY: Guiney, nd.]. Signed by Claflin in purple ink. Rare. A fine example of a scarce image showing the notorious Tennie Claflin from the waist up. Item #38892
Clafin and her more infamous sister, Victoria Woodhull, edited Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly and were most active in the Equal Rights Movement. Their free love stance was more than many in the movement could take and when Victoria Woodhull ran for president it split the suffrage movement. Claflin advocates, "the perfect equality of all human beings."