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Where, oh where is my wandering wife tonight?
Digital Humanities | Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Ethnicity in Communication | History | History of Gender | Speech and Rhetorical Studies | Women's History
Anti-suffrage; Commercial publishers; Dunston Weiler Lithograph Company; Crying children; Men; Women; Women gain-men lose;
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