A secret diary kept by Elizabeth McShane in Occoquan has also come into the hands of the National Woman's Party.
Despite the fact that Lucy Burns and Dora Lewis, leaders of the week-old hunger strike at Occoquan, have been transferred to D.C.'s District Jail, the remaining strikers remain as committed as ever.
The number of suffragists being subjected to the ordeal of force-feeding has suddenly increased from two to five.
No word from - or about - the suffragists being held in Virginia's Occoquan Workhouse and D.C.'s District Jail today.
Sixteen of the suffragists imprisoned in Occoquan Workhouse are continuing the hunger strike they began upon arrival on the evening of the 14th.
It's not easy to shock the suffragists who have been picketing President Wilson over his refusal to support or work for the Susan B. Anthony (nationwide woman suffrage) Amendment, but today they were truly caught by surprise.
Where did the 41 suffragists arrested yesterday while trying to picket along the White House fence spend part of what may be their last day of freedom before their trials tomorrow? Inside the walls of the District of Columbia Jail.
Tonight's final speaker was Rev. Anna Howard Shaw, who expressed the kind of unbounded optimism that is now becoming widespread in the aftermath of this landmark victory.