Woman Suffrage Party of Logan meeting minutes

Item

Title

Woman Suffrage Party of Logan meeting minutes

Description

The Woman Suffrage Society of the County of Philadelphia was established by prominent suffragist Jane Campbell in 1892 and was one of an array of associations dedicated to promoting women’s suffrage in the Philadelphia area during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Society’s meeting minutes reveal developments in promotional activities, which included fundraising events, the distribution of leaflets, petitions, and educational lectures. The minutes also record membership lists and financial statements, and trace the changes in the Society’s organizational structure and composition. Pages 15 to 22 are missing from this volume.

Identifier

16193

Type

text

Creator

Woman Suffrage Party of Logan

Date Created

1892-12-09 - 1901-12-05

Format

Manuscript

Is Part Of

Woman Suffrage Party of Logan meeting minutes (Am 8894)

Spatial Coverage

Philadelphia (Pa.) | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Subject

Woman Suffrage Party of Logan (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Minutes (Records) | Germantown (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Philadelphia (Pa.) | United States. Constitution. 19th Amendment | Shaw, Anna Howard, 1847-1919 | Women--Suffrage--United States--History | Women's rights--United States--History--20th century | Manuscripts

Extent

65 pages

Language

eng

Rights

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16193.pdf

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