Equal Rights Party Vice Presidential candidate for 1888

Charles S. Welles was married to Ella Miles, daughter of Victoria Woodhull's sister, Margaret Ann Claflin Miles.

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Equal Rights Party Vice Presidential candidate for 1888 - EQUAL RIGHTS PARTY. CS.Wcllei'WIU Be Helvn'i...
EQUAL RIGHTS PARTY. CS.Wcllei'WIU Be Helvn'i Running Mate lit thn Coming Klcrtlon. CHARLES STEWAKT WELLES, of New Tork, who wns nominated for Vice President by the Equal llights party in place of A. II. Love, has' written n letter ot acceptance. Ilia platform contains twelve planks, the principal one of which, of course, is suffrage for both men nnd women. : IIo wants to stop tlio adulteration of food, to reform the marriage nnd divorce laws, uud favois n pro rntn tax, Government ownership of nil public improvements, and several other things. The ticket is now Lockwood and Welles.

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  1. Sterling Standard,
  2. 01 Nov 1888, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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  • Equal Rights Party Vice Presidential candidate for 1888 — Charles S. Welles was married to Ella Miles, daughter of Victoria Woodhull's sister, Margaret Ann Claflin Miles.

    victoriawoodhull – 30 Sep 2016

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