Women -- Suffrage
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Small metal round pin (5/8”) With blue border with white stars and a round white center with a red ‘36’ in the center. The 36 represents the 36th state needed to ratify the 19th amendment (women’s suffrage). Manufactured by Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, NJ (incorporated in 1892). 1 pc.
75th Anniversary of Woman Suffrage poster
Poster celebrating the 75th anniversary of woman suffrage, 1920-1995. Color 18 x 24”.
Abby Crawford Milton Papers.
Cobblestone Magazine - “Women Get the Vote!” issue
March 2020 issue of Cobblestone Magazine with the theme “Women Get the Vote!” McClung images of Harry T. Burn and Febb Burn used on page 32.
Harry T. Burn Papers
Lizzie Crozier French biographical sketch (ca. 1890s).
Biographical sketch on the life of Lizzie Crozier French, Knoxville, Tenn. Primarily about her work with women’s causes. 14 handwritten pages. Unsigned. Ca. late 1890s.
Lizzie Crozier French Papers.
Mrs. Hugh L. White Papers.
Ossoli Circle scrapbook on the 75th anniversary of women’s suffrage and the Tennessee Suffrage Woman’s Memorial, 2006. (scrapbooks)
“Suffrage Wins But Faces New Fight,” Cleveland Plain Dealer.
“Suffrage Wins But Faces New Fight,” Cleveland Plain Dealer (August 19, 1920)(newspaper with banner headline for suffrage vote in Tennessee)