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Belva Ann Lockwood Autograph Sold
Belva Ann Lockwood was a layer, educator, author and women’s rights activist. She was one of the first female layers in the U.S. and the first female allowed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. Lockwood fought for more equal pay for women’s work during her law career. She met Susan B. Anthony while working as the principal for several schools for young women. Anthony encouraged Lockwood to reshape the curriculum of schools to better prepare females for professions other than homemaker or teacher. Lockwood also wrote articles on women’s suffrage as well as other legal rights for women.
We sold a Belva Ann Lockwood autograph for $3,372. Lot details are below:
Scarce Women’s Suffrage Item Signed by Belva Ann Lockwood — First Woman Presidential Candidate and First Woman Admitted to Practice Law Before U.S. Supreme Court
Belva Ann Lockwood autograph note signed, dated 24 Feburary 1906, on her silhouette portrait. Note reads, “My Dear Friend, Mrs. Willard Parker, from Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood. Philadelphia, Penn. Feb. 24, 1906. In answer to your inquiries at the Penn. Wom. Press Assoc. would say I was admitted to the Supreme Court, D.C. in May, 1873 and to the United States Supreme Constl Court of Claims, Feb. 1879.” Silhouette measures approximately 11.75″ x 11.75″, matted to an overall size of 18″ x 17.25″. Toning and minor soiling, else near fine. Sold for $3,372.
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