• Tennessee Suffrage Convention Program, 1918 March 20-21

    Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association

    A program for the Eleventh Convention of the Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association Incorporated, which took place at the Chisca Hotel in Memphis, March 20-21, 1918. The 19th Amendment to the U. S. Cons…

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  • Tennessee League of Women Voters

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  • "When Women Get Their Rights"

    A political cartoon by T. E. Powers published in the Commercial Appeal on February 25, 1908. It bears the caption 'A Political Parade - Not Yet, but Soon' and features women marching with signs such a…

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  • Letter from E. H. Crump to State Treasurer Hill McAlister

    Crump, Edward Hull, 1874-1954

    E. H. Crump, chairman of the Democratic State Executive Committee and County Trustee of Shelby County wrote to State Treasurer Hill McAlister to encourage him to use his influence with the governor to…

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  • Thomas Kader Riddick

    A photograph of Thomas Kader Riddick. T. K. Riddick, of Memphis, Tennessee, was a prominent attorney, state representative, and proponent of women's suffrage. The photograph appeared in the 1922 publi…

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  • Mrs. R. M. Beattie

    A photograph of Mrs. Robert Beattie, President of the Beethoven Club of Memphis, featured in the April 29, 1916 issue of The Lookout, the official publication of the Tennessee Federation of Women's Cl…

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  • Letter from E. H. Crump to State Treasurer Hill McAlister

    Crump, Edward Hull, 1874-1954

    E. H. Crump, chairman of the Democratic State Executive Committee and County Trustee of Shelby County wrote to State Treasurer Hill McAlister to about the recent election which he felt would make the…

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  • Marion Scudder Griffin

    A photograph of Marion Scudder Griffin, State Representative from Shelby County and first woman in Tennessee to be licensed to practice law. She was an ardent advocate of women's rights and suffrage.…

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  • Voting District 29-2, Memphis

    Taylor, Reverend L.O

    Color film footage showing African American women standing in line, two African American men assisting a small boy walking on a porch, a sign reading 29-2 "Vote Here," African American men standing in…

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