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Broadside with black text on brown paper, signed  Minnie Bell Adney
Election notice for Minnie Bell stating her intention to run for the constiuency of Victoria-Carleton, Woodstock, New Brunswick, 1925
Source: The Conservative candidate, "by their fruits ye shall know them" : Minnie Bell Adney, greatest piano virtuoso, music teacher and horticulturalist of her time and generation, first British born woman candidate for federal government : election card
: to the electors of the federal constituency of Victoria-Carleton, I hereby desire to serve notice on the electors of the above constitutency that i -- [Woodstock? N.B. : M. Adney, 1925] -- 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 46 cm. -- Entire work
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