[From] SEEKING CITIZENSHIP.
THE WOMAN'S SUFFRAGISTS CLOSE THEIR CONVENTION.
A Record of the Last Day's Talk and Work — A Testimonial to Miss Susan B. Anthony — "Zekie's Wife Again."
. . . At the close of this, Miss Anthony made an address, which she prefaced with several announcements. The sketch by Mrs. Amy T. Dunn, "Zekie's wife," would, in response to many requests, be repeated in that hall the following night. She characterized this as a true picture of the present system of treating women. In 1859 she solicited Mrs. Stowe to make this picture, which would have had more rapid fruition in the enfranchisement of women than had Uncle Tom's cabin in the emancipation of the slaves. Mrs. Dunn's sketch stood to the present movement as did that play to abolition.