Nashua planning virtual celebration of the landmark legislation that gave women right to vote
By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Aug 8, 2020
Courtesy of Exeter Historical Society
Three suffragettes stand with a large horse-drawn wagon while traveling for the cause in the early 20th century. The location is unknown.
Courtesy photo by Pamela Tafe Michael
Dozens of Nashua suffragettes climbed aboard a truck, trailer and cars for a journey, possibly to Washington D.C., during the suffragist movement of the late 1910s. The man standing outside the truck is Frank E. Tafe Sr., who was probably the driver, and the woman in white sitting inside the truck is Deliah Lefavor Tafe.
Longtime reporter, columnist and photographer, is back doing what he does best ñ chronicling the people and history of Nashua. Reaching 40 years with The Telegraph in September, Deanís insights have a large, appreciative following.
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