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ONLY WOMAN DELEGATE
Mrs. Bradford, Of Denver, A Radical Politician SHE HAS SOME DECIDED NOTIONS First Woman To Be Elected To A Sent At A Democratic National Convention Gives Her Views
The Sun (1837-1991) - Baltimore, Md.
Date: Jul 6, 1908
Start Page: 3
Pages: 1
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Mrs. Mary C. C. Bradford, of Denver, one of the "big sis" of Colorado who will attend the Democratic National Convention as delegate-at-large, enjoying the tinction of being the flrst woman to be elected to a seat in a Democratic National Convention, gave her views to the World today on the political issues of the convention.

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