• It is not quite the same when we are seventy-two as when we are twenty-seven; still I am glad of what is left, and wish we might both hold out till the victory we have sought is won, but all the same the victory is coming. In the aftertime the world will be the better for it.

    Letter to Susan B. Anthony in 1891. "The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony" by Ida Husted Harper, 1898.