A poem by Padilla de Sanz written in honor of her friend, the suffragist Ana Roque de Duprey, after her death in 1933. La Hija not only paid tribute to Roque de Duprey's fulfilling life, but also alluded to the broader struggle of the women's suffrage movement.
"Conferencia dada en la Cárcel de Arecibo por la Hija del Caribe"
Speech given by Padilla de Sanz in the prison of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. La Hija addressed the inmates directly and offered them advice on how to rehabilitate themselves through Christianity and education.