Document 12: Letter from Hallie Q. Brown to Alice Paul, Wilberforce, Ohio, 22 January 1921, National Woman's Party Papers, 1913-1974, Library of Congress (Microfilm (1979), reel 5).
National Association of Colored Women
Office of MISS HALLIE Q. BROWN, President
January 22, 1921.
Miss. Alice Paul,
14 Jackson Place, N. W.,
I have been informed through our State Suffrage Channels of the unveiling of the historic monument of our three pioneers in suffrage at Washington, D. C. February 15th. I am anxious that the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs be represented on that occasion and shall appreciate all information bearing upon this matter.
Hallie Q. Brown [A]
A. Hallie Q. Brown was also extremely active in the 1893 protest of the exclusions of African American women from the planning of the Columbian Exposition. For more on her role in these events see: "A Great Slight to the Race" and Hallie Q. Brown's Speech on The Organized Efforts of the Colored Women of The South to Improve Their Condition.