Quotation by Susan Pecker Fowler

Through all opposition the personal benefits of the reform [dress] [bracketed word in original] have compensated; but had it been mainly sacrifice, the thought of working for the amelioration of women and the elevation of humanity would still have been the beacon-star guiding me on amid all discouragements.
Susan Pecker Fowler (1823–1911), U.S. suffragist, tax protestor, and dress reformer. From a testimonial letter Fowler wrote for Women's Way Out, by Mary E. Tillotson (1876). As quoted in Past and Promise, part 3, by Charlotte Perry-Dickerson and Joyce Bator-Rabinoff (1990).
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