Collection Mss 1534 - Women collection, circa 1899-1950

Instructions to Canvassers An Open Letter to Every Liberty-Loving Voter of Oregon Denial to Protest of Corporate Interests: Equal Suffrage Votes for Women flier State Fair Program Advertisement in favor of 1912 Equal Suffrage Referendum Will Federal Suffrage Amendment Complicate the Race Problem? Equal Rights a Cure for the Emotional Politics of Women Call for a Pacific Slope Woman Suffrage Convention, 1872 Argument in Favor of Equal Suffrage Constitutional Amendment in Oregon To the Voters of Clackamas County Women of America Support the National Suffrage Amendment Initiative Petition for Equal Suffrage Amendment, 1906 Election-Day Postcard Election-Day Postcard This Book Contains all the Reasons Why Women Should Not Have the Ballot Is It Just? Judge Lindsey on Suffrage Mrs. Decker on Equal Suffrage Where Women Vote Roosevelt for Equal Rights Lincoln, Garfield, and Roosevelt for Equal Rights Some Reasons Why Oregon Women Should Vote Testimony from Governors of the Four States in which Women Vote Equal Suffrage in Practice

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Mss 1534

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Women collection, circa 1899-1950

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  • 1899-1950 (Creation)

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1 cubic feet (2 boxes and 1 oversize box)

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Collection of materials assembled by the Oregon Historical Society relating to women in Oregon, ca. 1899-1950. Included in the collection are postcards with anti and pro-suffrage images, the correspondence and diary of Mrs. Sylvia Thompson, the correspondence of M.H. Wicoxon, scrapbook of the League of Women Voters, papers of various women's political groups (including anti-suffrage groups) and newspaper clippings regarding women's rights, legal status and prominent women.

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The collection is open to the public.

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  • English

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  • Citation: Women Collection, Mss 1534, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

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