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I checked newspapers.com and couldn't find any examples of Girl Scouts dealing with suffrage matters. I found these links for Mary Rafter in DC:
April 30, 1919. MR seeks passage of teachers’ pension bill. https://www.newspapers.com/image/76008312/?terms=Mary%2BRafter
June 1, 1915. Mary Rafter had a baby boy. https://www.newspapers.com/image/332077698/?terms=Mary%2BRafter
November 5, 1916. Mary Rafter had another boy. https://www.newspapers.com/image/332112010/?terms=Mary%2BRafter
February 24, 1918. Mary Rafter to lead PTA delegation to national meeting. Washington Evening Star.