Victoria C. Woodhull
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Victoria C. (Victoria Claflin) Woodhull (1838-1927) was born in Homer, Ohio, and died in Bredon's Norton, Worcestershire, England. She was a suffragist, writer, editor, and stockbroker. In 1872, she became the first woman to run for President of the United States, after receiving the nomination of the Equal Rights Party. On October 5, 1876, Mary Baker Eddy attended a lecture delivered by Woodhull at the Music Hall in Lynn, "The Human Body the Temple of God." Eddy's response to the lecture, "Lynn Morals and Woodhull," was published in the Lynn Transcript on October 14, 1876.
Victoria C. Woodhull
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Victoria C. (Victoria Claflin) Woodhull (1838-1927) was born in Homer, Ohio, and died in Bredon's Norton, Worcestershire, England. She was a suffragist, writer, editor, and stockbroker. In 1872, she became the first woman to run for President of the United States, after receiving the nomination of the Equal Rights Party. On October 5, 1876, Mary Baker Eddy attended a lecture delivered by Woodhull at the Music Hall in Lynn, "The Human Body the Temple of God." Eddy's response to the lecture, "Lynn Morals and Woodhull," was published in the Lynn Transcript on October 14, 1876.