ELISABETH GILMAN - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED 10/30/1930 - HFSID 286893
Sale Price $180.00
Autograph Sentiment signed in October 1930, while she was the Socialist candidate for Governor of Maryland
Autograph Sentiment signed: "With all good wishes/from/Elisabeth Gilman/Oct. 30, 1030", 3¾x1¾, paper, affixed to 5x3½ cardboard. American political activist Elisabeth Gilman (1867-1950), known as "Miss Lizzie," a campaigner for workers' rights and civil liberties, was a leader of the League for Industrial Democracy. The founding meeting of the Maryland Civil Liberties Union was held in her home. Gilman was the Socialist candidate for Governor of Maryland (1930), Mayor of Baltimore (1935) and US Senator (1938). She did humanitarian volunteer work in France during World War I, but adopted a pacifist stance before World War II. One hole at left edge from hole-punch. Toned with edges irregularly cut. Otherwise fine condition. Accompanied by an unsigned newspaper photo.
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