Margaret Hinchey in 1916
10 December 1870|
|Died||29 February 1944
Manhattan, New York City
In February, 1914, Hinchey spoke at a meeting of the Equal Suffrage League, recounting her meeting (along with 35 other women suffragists) with President Woodrow Wilson to push for women's suffrage. By 1920 she was working as a domestic servant.
- Vapnek, Lara (February 2000). "American National Biography Online, Margaret Hinchey". Retrieved 12 September 2014.
- "Margaret Hinchey Tells Of Wilson". New York Times. February 5, 1914. Retrieved 2015-01-15.
Margaret Hinchey, the laundry worker who was one of the speakers in the delegation of women that went to Washington and interviewed President Wilson last Monday, talked before the Equal Suffrage League at the Hotel Astor yesterday afternoon. She told something of "Why the Laundry Workers Need the Ballot," and more about the visit to the President.
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