Author Adele Gutman Nathan (1889 - 1986), among other things, was a suffragist who produced and directed pageants and celebrations. She discusses her life with WBAI's Nina Mende. Nathan was the youngest member of a delegation that traveled to Annapolis in 1920 to rally for women's suffrage. She has also written several history books, including "The building of the transcontinental railroad" (1951). Produced by Nina Mende. Program 5 in a series of many.
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