Anna E. Dickinson, on Woman’s Work and Wages

 Miss Dickinson, the eloquent female orator, has been invited by some of our most prominent citizens to lecture in this city upon Woman’s Work and Wages, and the invitation has been accepted. She will accordingly speak this evening at the Tremont Temple; and as we have heard this lecture elsewhere, we can assure all who shall attend that it is one of thrilling power and interest. 

                                                                (Liberator, April 7, 1865, pg 3)