Mary L. Doe

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American suffragist, temperance reformer and business woman

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According to Wikipedia, Mary Lydia Doe was a 19th-century American suffragist, temperance reformer, teacher, and author from the U.S. state of Ohio. She served as the first president of the Michigan State Equal Suffrage Association, as well as parliamentarian of the International Label League. She was also the author of a book on parliamentary law. While still a child, she signed the temperance movement pledge under one of the original Washingtonians, later joining the Good Templars and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.

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