Talk:John Van Voorhis
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-- Jvv62 03:15, 9 May 2007 (UTC)
- Frederick Douglass for house closing and business dealings
- Susan B. Anthony, JVV was counsel to Board of Elections that let SBA register to vote and was co-counsel at the trial in Seneca Falls, NY
- Martha Matilda Harper, real estate and contract work for creator of the American Franchise system - beauty shops 
Censure motion in the house which did not pass.