Texas Women's History and Suffrage Movement CollectionAdd to your cart.

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Title: Texas Women's History and Suffrage Movement CollectionAdd to your cart.
ID: 01/ AR0793
Extent: 1.0 Boxes
Arrangement: The Texas Women’s History and Suffrage Movement Collection is organized by material type in three series: Newspaper articles, excerpts from books, and research materials. The newspaper articles are organized in alphabetical order according to newspaper title and then date of the article. The excerpts and research material are organized in alphabetical order according to title.
Date Acquired: 05/14/1914

Abstract

The Texas Women’s History and Suffrage Movement Collection contains Dr. Turner’s research materials regarding the women’s suffrage movement in the United States and in Europe. Some of the most frequent clubs mentioned in the research are the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), the Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs (TFWC), and the National American Women’s Suffrage Association (NAWSA). This collection contains photocopies of newspaper articles, lists of articles, photocopies from books, and correspondence.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The majority of the collection’s materials are newspaper articles. The newspaper articles are photocopies of newspapers. They contain articles pertaining to the Women’s Suffrage Movement (e. g., clubs, events, and people), but also contain pieces from other articles that were surrounding the target articles. The majority of dates from the original newspapers photocopied are from 1908 - 1914. The events written about usually took place the day before the date of the newspaper. Other materials include photocopies of excerpts of books and research materials (i.e., specific information on organizations, people, procedures, and projects).

Collection Historical Note

The YWCA was formed in 1858 in New York City. Their mission is to eliminate racism, empowering women, and promoting justice, freedom, and dignity for all. They had many programs for girls in the late 1800s early 1900s including student associations, health programs, and programs that employed women.

The Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs (TFWC), was founded in 1897 when 18 women’s clubs met at the Waco Club and formed the Texas Federation of Literary Clubs. It initially formed to encourage Texas women in literary study and promoted cooperation between the literary clubs in Texas. In 1899 they joined the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) and changed its name to the Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs. In 1914, the Texas Legislature granted the TFWC its first charter. The TFWC has had numerous accomplishments and has influenced many aspects of the way Texas is today including the schooling system, roads, foster system, married women’s property rights, domestic violence, and historical preservations. The TFWC continues today with multiple chapters throughout Texas.

The National American Women Suffrage Association (NAWSA) was formed in 1890 when the National Woman Suffrage Association and he American Woman Suffrage Association merged. The NAWSA’s primary focus was to get equal suffrage for women. Their plan was to push for equal suffrage throughout the states until Congress was forced to approve a federal amendment and were successful.

Dr. Elizabeth Hayes Turner is an extremely successful Professor of History. Her research focuses on women’s studies, the new south, progressivism, and race relations. She received her B.A. in History from the University of Redlands, her M.A. in European History from the East Texas State University, and her Ph. D. in U.S. History from Rice University. She is currently a Distinguished Teaching Professor of History, an Affiliated Faculty Member and Advisory board member for Women’s studies at the University of North Texas. Dr. Turner has been a presenter, Keynote speaker, invited speaker, panelist and panel chair for many conferences, seminars, and association meetings. She has published numerous book reviews, book chapters, co-edited five books, and co-authored four books her most recent as follows respectively, Lady Bird Johnson: An Oral History (2013), "Gone to Washington: Mobilizing the 1968 Poor People's Campaign," in Unsteadily Marching On: The U.S. South in Motion (2013), Lone Star Pasts: Memory and History in Texas (2007), and Major Problems in the History of the American South, 3rd Edition (2012). Dr. Turner has authored Women, Culture, and Community: Religion and Reform in Galveston, 1880-1920 (1997) and Women and Gender in the New South, 1865-1945 (2009). Her most recent awards include Fulbright Scholar Award to Lecture at the University of Genoa, Italy in 2003, Winner of the T.R. Fehrenbach Book Prize for the best book in Texas History for Lone Star Pasts: Memory and History in Texas in 2007, Elected Fellow of the Texas State Historical Association in 2011, and University Distinguished Teaching Professorship in 2013. She is currently working on her third book, Juneteenth: The Evolution of an Emancipation Celebration, while she continues to teach at UNT. For more information please visit Dr. Turner's faculty profile.

Access Information

Access Restrictions:

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Use Restrictions:

Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subjects to the policies of the UNT Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.

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Administrative Information

Repository: Manuscripts
Acquisition Source: Dr. Elizabeth Hayes Turner
Acquisition Method: Gift
Preferred Citation: Texas Women's History and Suffrage Movement Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections

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  • Box 1Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access

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    • Series 1: Newspaper ArticlesAdd to your cart.

      • Folder 1: Austin Statesman, 07/1/1908 – 12/13/1908Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains nine photocopies of newspaper articles from the Austin Statesman. These articles contain information on London suffragettes’ appeal to parliament dated July 1, 1908, suffragettes threatened to use bombs dated July 2, 1908, “‘Evans! I may let you ‘ave your way” cartoon dated July 19, 1908, a suffrage cartoon in Turkey dated August 7, 1908, a meeting to elect delegates to Houston dated September 27, 1908, Parliament in London is besieged by a mob of women dated October 14, 1908, London suffrage movement uses fashion dated November 1, 1908, demonstration against David Lloyd George in London dated December 6, 1908, and the history of the Women’s Club movement dated December 13, 1908.
      • Folder 2: Austin Statesman, 1/14/1909 – 5/21/1909Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains nine photocopies of newspaper articles from the Austin Statesman. These articles contain information on a suffragette who intruded upon a Board of Trade banquet in Birmingham, England dated January 14, 1909, Bernard Shaw’s interview about marriage dated January 24, 1909, London suffragettes become more forceful and are arrested dated February 25, 1909, rumors about King Edward’s heath are denied dated March 11, 1909, women in politics and in the community dated March 15, 1909, an advertisement for how women can vote without being arrested dated March 21, 1909, friction with American suffrage at the International Women’s Suffrage Alliance dated April 26, 1909, the disfranchisement of black votes dated May 9, 1909, and a comparison of women and blacks in getting the right to vote by John Temple Graves not dated.
      • Folder 3: Dallas Daily Times Herald, 03/03/1913 – 03/30/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from the Dallas Daily Times Herald. These articles contain information on problems with giving women the right to vote dated March 3, 1913, women’s suffrage parade in Washington D.C. dated March 3. 1913, threats during women’s suffrage parade dated March 4, 1913, protest for mismanagement at women’s suffrage parade dated March 12, 1913, petitions for women’s suffrage dated March 13, 1913, Dallas Suffrage Organization dated March 16, 1913, formal petitions for women’s suffrage dated March 17, 1913, Oak Cliff Women join child conservation league and elect officers dated March 26, 1913, the Burgess-Glasscock Act was passed dated March 30, 1913, and facts about Woodrow Wilson.
      • Folder 4: The Dallas Morning News, 3/4/1913 – 3/9/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on a mob at women’s suffrage parade in Washington D.C. dated March 4, 1913, the first annual Federation Day in Dallas dated March 4, 1913, women’s forum helps with Soap and Water Day dated March 5, 1913, Women’s Federation picks Tag Day date in Dallas dated March 5, 1913, nurses start a baby camp in Dallas dated March, 3, 1913, suffragettes demand police investigation for parade protection in Washington D.C. dated March 5, 1913, suffragettes testify for parade in Washington D.C. dated March 7, 1913, and drawings of suffragettes procession dated March 9, 1913.
      • Folder 5: The Dallas Morning News, 3/10/1913 – 3/12/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on suffragettes held a meeting in Hyde Park, London dated March 10, 1913, political position of women dated March 10, 1913, history of local women’s movement March 10, 1913, London suffragettes try to see British royalty dated March 10,1913, the Women’s Property Rights Bill in Texas being altered dated March 11, 1913, picture of the leader of the of Washington D.C. Suffrage parade dated March 11, 1913, merchants testify about women’s wages in Chicago dated March 11, 1913, police prevent demonstrations in London by women vote seekers dated March 12, 1913, Dallas Club Women make baby clothes dated March 12, 1913, and petitions for women’s suffrage are circulated dated March 12, 1913.
      • Folder 6: The Dallas Morning News, 3/14/1913 – 3/17/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on conference women’s bill is adopted in Texas dated March 14, 1913, plan for constitutional amendment for women’s right to vote dated March 16, 1913, Equal Suffrage Association beginning dated March 16, 1913, discovering the causes of prostitution dated March 16, 1913, baby camp opening dated March 16, 1913, the Texas Legislature explains the Women’s Property Rights Bill for married women dated March 16, 1913, the mob against London suffragettes dated March 17, 1913, the Women’s Property Rights Bill in Texas is uncertain dated March 17, 1913, a council meeting of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in Washington D.C. dated March 17, 1913, and infant mortality being investigated dated March 17, 1913.
      • Folder 7: The Dallas Morning News, 3/18/1913 – 4/5/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains nine photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on militant suffragettes declare war against non-militant suffragists dated March 18, 1913, uniform child labor law and provision for home delinquent girls pass to engrossment dated March 18, 1913, Sylvia Pankhurst protests against forced feeding dated March 19, 1913, the Mayor of Dallas petitions to appoint more female protective officers dated March 20, 1913, Pankhurst is released from jail dated March 22, 1913, the Ladies of Oak Cliff organized the Child Conservation League dated March 26, 1913, the Women’s Labor Bill was sent to committee dated March 28,1913, Mrs. Philip Snowden speaking at Columbian Club about votes for women dated April 5, 1913, and London suffragettes retaliate against sentencing of Mrs. Pankhurst dated April 5, 1913.
      • Folder 8: The Dallas Morning News, 4/6/1913 – 4/9/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eleven photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on Mrs. Philip Snowden speaking at Columbian Club in Dallas dated April 6, 1913, free kindergarten nursery reopened dated April 6, 1913, Southern Sociological Congress program dated April 6, 1913, Club Women at convention in Sherman, Texas dated April 6, 1913, institutionally raised children dated April 7, 1913, Eleanor Brackenridge elected president of the Texas Suffrage Organization dated April 7, 1913, Mrs. Philip Snowden in politics dated April 7, 1913, petitions for right to vote are sent to Washington D.C. dated April 8, 1913, Dallas Equal Suffrage Association monthly meeting dated April 8, 1913, municipal ownership proposition in Detroit dated April 8, 1913, and Miss Emerson was released from London jail dated April 9, 1913.
      • Folder 9: The Dallas Morning News, 4/11/1913 – 4/21/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on a suffrage meeting at Albert hall in London dated April 11, 1913, a shredded wheat advertisement dated April 11, 1913, the biennial convention of the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) dated April 11, 1913, philanthropic organizations of Dallas petition appointment of visiting nurses dated April 13, 1913, Strauss Milk dispensaries in Dallas dated April 13, 1913, Board of Municipal Commissioners of Dallas consider appointment of visiting nurses dated April 15, 1913, Woman’s Social and Political Union declared illegal in England dated April 19, 1913, London Suffragettes attacked by mob dated April 21, 1913, Mrs. Anna J.H. Pennybacker, President of National Federation of Women’s Club, completed tour dated April 21, 1913, and Child Welfare Commission and Married Women’s Property Bill signed dated April 21, 1913.
      • Folder 10: The Dallas Morning News, 4/22/1913 – 5/2/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on a hunger strike bill passed in England dated April 22, 1913, hints for mother and nurses dated April 24, 1913, Frances E. Willard Hall Association organizes a home for women dated April 25, 1913, property rights of married women dated April 27, 1913, women voters and organized liquor traffic dated April 27, 1913, American suffragettes arrested in London dated April 27, 1913, London suffragettes form a gun-women squad dated April 29, 1913, Mrs. Belmont warns New York against militant methods dated April 30, 1913, milk station in Dallas dated April 30, 1913, Mother’s Club make inspections of the food and beverage manufactures for school districts dated May 2, 1913.
      • Folder 11: The Dallas Morning News, 5/3/1913 – 5/8/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains seven photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on the Actress League Meeting dated May 3, 1913, Colonel Roosevelt urges need of votes for women dated May 3, 1913, appeal for women’s suffrage dated May 4, 1913, reading of Dickinson’s Bill at the House of Commons in London dated May 6, 1913, suffrage bill loses in House of Commons dated May 7, 1913, the Texas Women’s Press Association pressured the University of Texas for a department of Journalism dated May 8, 1913, and suffragettes damage property in the British Iles dated May 8, 1913.
      • Folder 12: The Dallas Morning News, 3/13/1914 – 11/8/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains seven photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on a mob breaks women’s parade into squads dated March 13, 1914, child benefits in Dallas dated November 1, 1914, women’s clubs continue civic improvement dated November 1, 1914, women’s protective leagues growing in New York City dated November 2, 1914, Montana and Nevada grant right to vote to women dated November 5, 1914, eleven states grant equal suffrage dated November 6, 1914, and a “suffragists gain two” cartoon dated November 8, 1914.
      • Folder 13: The Dallas Morning News, 11/11/1914 – 11/15/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on Mrs. Belmont predicts votes for women soon dated November 11, 1914, Christabel Pankhurst speaks at Southern States Women Suffrage Conference dated November 12, 1914, activities of the YWCA dated November 12, 1914, interview with President Wilson dated November 13, 1914, Otto Koehler and another man killed by Miss Burgemeister dated November 13, 1914, Dr. Shaw spoke at the National American Women’s Suffrage Association (NAWSA) November 13, 1914, Vote at the NAWSA convention dated November 14, 1914, and illustrations and information on buildings at Rice University dated November 15, 1914.
      • Folder 14: The Dallas Morning News, 11/16/1914 – 11/30/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains nine photocopies of newspaper articles from The Dallas Morning News. These articles contain information on faction leaders hold a discussion at the NAWSA Conference dated November 16, 1914, discussion at the Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs (TFWC) dated November 17, 1914, Dr. Shaw is reelected president of the NAWSA dated November 17, 1914, TFWC report of civic improvement throughout Texas dated November 18, 1914, literacy in women increasing November 19, 1914, Helen Boswell spoke at the TFWC meeting dated November 20, 1914, TFWC adopted resolutions and a new constitution dated November 21, 1914, Mrs. Henry B. Fall speaks at annual TFWC meeting dated November 28, 1914, and women become soldiers dated November 30, 1914.
      • Folder 15: The Galveston Daily News, 1/4/1914 – 7/26/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains nine photocopies of newspaper articles from The Galveston Daily News. These articles contain information on a Dallas man defends suffrage movement dated January 4, 1914, a bomb in St. Georges Church was possibly planted by London suffragettes dated June 15, 1914, Mary Blomfield receives offer of marriage dated June 28, 1914, National Education Association endorses equal pay dated July 10, 1914, Nelda Jaeger only women police judge in U.S. dated July 17, 1914, Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan supports women suffrage dated July 17, 1914, housewife wage is held to be illegal dated July 17, 1914, women get involved in public services dated July 19, 1914, and Mrs. William G. Shailer develops plan for teaching home economics dated July 26, 1914.
      • Folder 16: The Galveston Daily News, 8/2/1914 – 8/31/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from The Galveston Daily News. These articles contain information on Germany at war with Russia dated August 2, 1914, women convert gold and silver items into cash for the war chest dated August 3, 1914, explanation of the hardships of women dated August 24, 1914, women observe Lucy Stone’s birthday dated August 24, 1914, jobs given to women dated August 24, 1914, recreational problems solved dated August 24, 1914, blacklist made public by women dated August 30, 1914, and female students want right to vote dated August 31, 1914.
      • Folder 17: The Galveston Daily News, 9/6/1914 – 10/25/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eleven photocopies of newspaper articles from The Galveston Daily News. These articles contain information on a contest for best baby dated September 6, 1914, Church of England grants votes to women dated September 7, 1914, James Ferguson speech in favor of suffrage test dated September 8, 1914, James Ferguson gives speech against women’s suffrage dated September 9, 1914, Christabel Pankhurst gives speech in London dated September 9, 1914, African American women have a thriving civic club dated September 17, 1914, explanation of the Woman’s Civic Center of San Diego dated September 24, 1914, TFWC will hold annual convention in November dated October 4, 1914, Women’s activities and employment dated October 19, 1914, photos of Nashville Equal Suffrage League dated October 19,1914, and Christabel Pankhurst addresses health of women with suffrage dated October 25, 1914.
      • Folder 18: The Galveston Daily News, 11/5/1914 – 11/16/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from The Galveston Daily News. These articles contain information on women’s suffrage in Colorado, Nevada, Illinois, and California dated November 5, 1914, women’s suffrage in Nevada and Montana dated November 6, 1914, endorsement of women’s suffrage from San Antonio Mother’s meeting dated November 7, 1914, two parades and a coronation ball for a visiting businessman dated November 12, 1914, NAWSA meeting dated November 13, 1914, NAWSA adopted resolution to give all women right to vote dated November 15, 1914, new constitution of Galveston Equal Suffrage Association dated November 15, 1914, and fractional differences in NAWSA plan to reach a decisive stage dated November 16, 1914.
      • Folder 19: The Galveston Daily News, 11/18/1914 – 12/28/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains six photocopies of newspaper articles from The Galveston Daily News. These articles contain information on Mayor Lewis Fisher’s speech on equal suffrage dated November 18, 1914, Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge wrote a letter to president Wilson dated November 29, 1914, Mrs. Hortense Ward presents legislative needs for child home and child welfare dated November 30, 1914, YWCA enroll women dated December 1, 1914, Galveston suffragists plan to carry campaign to the rest of Galveston County dated December 13, 1914, and women’s suffrage being taught in schools in New York dated December 28, 1914.
      • Folder 20: Houston Chronical, 8/20/1995Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains a newspaper clipping of the Houston Chronicle about the history of women’s suffrage dated August 20, 1995.
      • Folder 21: The News Magazine Supplement, 12/6/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains a photocopy of a newspaper article from The News Magazine Supplement about Christabel Pankhurst criticizing George Bernard Shaw dated December 6, 1914
      • Folder 22: San Antonio Express, 1/14/1912 – 1/28/1912Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains five photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on American suffragists speak to French women about suffrage dated January 14, 1912, congress of mothers have a meeting dated January 18, 1912, Anna M. Jones gives a speech at the women’s Club dated January 18, 1912, Mother’s Congress has an officer election dated January 20, 1912, and an explanation of the women’s clubs members and programs dated January 28, 1912.
      • Folder 23: San Antonio Express, 2/11/1912 – 3/3/1912Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain a poem “From a Man’s Viewpoint” by John W. Low dated February 11, 1912, and information on Equal Franchise Society held a meeting dated February 18, 1912, riot in London shopping district by suffragettes dated March 2, 1912, “Why Women Shouldn’t Vote” by Mrs. Gilbert Jones dated March 3, 1912, “Why women should vote” by Jane Addams dated March 3, 1912, arguments for and against women’s suffrage dated March 3, 1912, “Women’s right to equal rights” by Selma Lagerlof dated March 3, 1912, and membership sign up for Equal Franchise Society dated March 3, 1912,
      • Folder 24: San Antonio Express, 3/12/1912 – 3/31/1912Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains nine photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on suffrage question brought up at Washington D.C. dated March 12, 1912, women’s club meeting dated March 14, 1912, Ethel M. Arnold oppose England’s militant suffrage tactics dated March 20, 1912, office positions closed to women dated March 20, 1912, suffragettes wear uniforms in parade dated March 20, 1912, Alice Morgan Wright goes to jail in England dated March 22, 1912, Maud Malone interrupts Colonel Roosevelt at meeting dated March 26, 1912, House of Commons refused women’s right to vote in London dated March 30, 1912, and Equal Franchise Society meeting about right to vote in Texas dated March 31, 1912.
      • Folder 25: San Antonio Express, 4/1/1912 – 6/9/1912Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on women’s suffrage meeting; Mrs. Clarence H. Mackay returned dated April 1, 1912, Reverend Mary E. Andrews speaks about England’s militant tactics dated April 6, 1912, Arizona House of Representatives pass right to vote bill dated April 9, 1912, premiere of “The Playboy of the Western World” in New York City dated April 14, 1912, Myra Lee, first Chinese woman registers to vote in California dated April 17, 1912, NAWSA meeting; Dr. Shaw speaks dated May 18, 1912, women’s suffrage news and notes dated May 27, 1912, origins of the Women’s Club dated May 27, 1912, women’s suffrage news and notes dated June 3, 1912, and Dr. Shaw is interviewed by McCall’s Magazine dated June 9, 1912.
      • Folder 26: San Antonio Express, 6/17/1912 – 6/24/1912Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains six photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on women’s suffrage news dated June 17, 1912, anti-suffragists’ plan to appear before resolutions committee dated June 19, 1912, women at Republican National Convention dated 20, 1912, Gertrude Atherton is interviewed dated June 20, 1912, Votes for Women picture drama and Suffrage and the Man motion picture play dated 6/23/1912, and women’s suffrage news dated June 24, 1912.
      • Folder 27: San Antonio Express, 6/15/1913 – 7/31/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on women’s suffrage losing ground dated June 15, 1913, Women Suffrage Congress opened the Academy of Music in Budapest dated June 16, 1913, Annie Kenney gives a speech at Central Court dated June 18, 1913, three suffragettes are released from London jail dated June 23, 1913, Equal Franchise Society holds a meeting dated July 11, 1913, non-militant suffragists pilgrimage to London dated July 27, 1913, a manifesto against wording of marriage service dated July 27, 1913, women’s suffrage demonstration to present petitions to senators dated July 31, 1913, Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable compound dated July 31, 1913, and H.E. Singleton (supporter of women’s suffrage) elected president of the Texas Farmer’s Congress dated July 31, 1913.
      • Folder 28: San Antonio Express, 8/1/1913 – 8/29/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on speeches made before Congress for women’s suffrage dated August 1, 1913, resolution to favor equal suffrage by Texas Women’s Educational and Industrial Association dated August 2, 1913, Catholic Women’s League opposes women’s suffrage dated August 5, 1913, National Council of Women Voters Convention dated August 14, 1913, Robert L. Henry will hear anti-suffragettes dated August 14, 1913, Emmeline Pankhurst goes to France dated August 17, 1913, Equal Franchise Association meeting; Fall membership dated August 20, 1913, Equal Franchise Association petition for right to vote is sent out date August 24, 1913, Mrs. Pankhurst hunger strike and daughters flee for safety dated August 24, 1913, and Senator Tillman’s speech against women’s suffrage dated August 29, 1913.
      • Folder 29: San Antonio Express, 1/1/1914 – 1/4/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains six photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on a speech by Dr. Shaw about equal Suffrage progress in 1913 dated January 1, 1914, civic and charity progress by the Women’s Club in 1913 dated January 1, 1914, progress of city schools by San Antonio Council of Mothers in 1913 dated January 1, 1914, poll tax contest between San Antonio, Dallas, and Houston begins dated January 4, 1914, Sir Johnson Forbes- Robertson defends militant tactics as necessary dated January 4, 1914, and The City Federation of Women’s Federated Clubs meet dated January 4, 1914.
      • Folder 30: San Antonio Express, 1/12/1914 – 1/27/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains nine photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on Women’s Suffrage Congressional Union complain for amendment dated January 12, 1914, Women’s Suffrage Committee in the House of Representatives voted down dated January 18, 1914, new system for paying poll tax dated January 18, 1914, women paying poll tax dated January 18, 1914, plan for a sea wall in Galveston dated January 19, 1914, the meaning of the woman’s movement dated January 19, 1914, Mrs. Dodge, leader of the National Association Opposed to Women’s Suffrage, campaigns in South Carolina dated January 20, 1914, final lecture in a series by Newton Riddell and Mrs. Leroys Bates, president of Women’s Club dated January 26, 1914, and Reverend Dr. Arthur Foley Winnington Ingram wants permission to interview suffragettes dated January 27, 1914.
      • Folder 31: San Antonio Express, 2/1/1914 – 2/4/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on a Doings of Van Loons cartoon dated February 1, 1914, events of the women’s clubs dated February 1, 1914, poll taxes contest in counties and cities dated February 1, 1914, women workers prepare an interview for President Wilson dated February 2, 1914, poll tax contest continues dated February 3, 1914, Mrs. Daere-Fox interviews Archbishop of Canterbury dated February 3, 1914, women workers give speech to President Wilson dated February 3, 1914, and women in Chicago register to vote dated February 4, 1914.
      • Folder 32: San Antonio Express, 2/5/1914 – 2/9/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains seven photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on the democratic party opposing federal women’s suffrage dated February 5, 1914, a debate about amendment to the agricultural extension bill about Black agricultural colleges using federal funds dated January 6, 1914, a debate between suffragettes in London about using militant or peaceful methods dated February 7, 1914, Fritze Weimar, bind artist dated February 8, 1914, US census of voters dated February 8, 1914, Mrs. Medill McCormick opened campaign headquarters in Washington D.C. dated February 8, 1914, and federal equal suffrage being voted on in Senate dated February 9, 1914.
      • Folder 33: San Antonio Express, 2/16/1914 – 2/25/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains seven photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on Dr. Anna Shaw and Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt’s trip to Texas dated February 16, 1914, “He’s Against the Woman” by E. K. Wooley dated February 19, 1914, Equal Franchise Society meeting dated February 21, 1914, Mrs. Ida Crouch Halett and Miss Margaret J. Blitz spoke at Equal Franchise Society meeting dated February 22, 1914, Mrs. Ida Crouch Halett and Miss Margaret J. Blitz spoke at Equal Franchise Society meeting dated February 23, 1914, females in Chicago vote in primary election dated February 25, 1914, and an Uncle Rastus advertisement for Cream of Kentucky dated February 25, 1914.
      • Folder 34: San Antonio Express, 3/1/1914 – 3/4/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains seven photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on the women’s club officer elections dated March 1, 1914, James Ferguson’s response to candidacy for governor dated March 1, 1914, Equal Franchise Society meeting dated March 2, 1914, Mrs. Ida Crouch-Hazelett speaks for women’s suffrage dated March 2, 1914, Equal Franchise Association meeting and officer elections dated March 3, 1914, all phases of women’s suffrage presented to the House Judiciary Committee dated March 4, 1914, Mabel Stafford, and the Executive Secretary of the Southwester field of the National Board of the YWCA, speaks dated March 4, 1914.
      • Folder 35: San Antonio Express, 3/5/1914 – 3/9/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on suffragettes attempted to break up a meeting of the laborites in London dated March 5, 1914, money raised for a new building for the YWCA dated March 5, 1914, senators plead for constitutional amendment dated March 5, 1914, Women’s club officer elections dated March 5, 1914, and “Hooray! Sambo Gets to School” cartoon dated March 8, 1914, events of the day dated March 9, 1914, Equal Franchise Association meeting dated March 9, 1914, and report of cause of equal suffrage influencing Senate in proposed amendment dated March 9, 1914.
      • Folder 36: San Antonio Express, 3/12/1914 – 3/18/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on the Equal Franchise Association at headquarters all day dated March 12, 1914, money raised for YWCA dated March 15, 1914, poll tax needs to be rendered dated March 15, 1914, Miss Marlon II Drake, progressive candidate, works among workmen’s wives dated March 15, 1914, and Helen Keller is for women’s suffrage dated March 16, 1914 Captain Marianna Gutierraz, a women leader in the Mexican Army dated March 17, 1914, Equal Franchise Society holds reception dated March 17, 1914, and woman’s suffrage in debate because of 15th amendment dated March 18, 1914.
      • Folder 37: San Antonio Express, 3/19/1914 – 3/24/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains ten photocopies of newspaper articles from the San Antonio Express. These articles contain information on Eleanor Brackenridge sent an appeal for women’s suffrage to senator Sheppard dated March 19, 1914, women’s suffrage meetings dated March 19, 1914, Anna Maxwell Jones gives speech in San Antonio dated March 19, 1914, Dr. Anna Shaw proposes a woman’s independence dated March 20, 1914, women’s suffrage amendment failed dated March 20, 1914,  Mabel Veron gives speech dated March 20, 1914, Mabel Vernon gives speech in San Antonio dated March 21, 1914, Mabel Veron’s speech blocks traffic dated March 21, 1914, Equal Franchise Association have a luncheon dated March 23, 1914, and the first men’s league for women’s suffrage in Texas is being organized dated March 24, 1914.
      • Folder 38: Clippings, 6/12/1913 – 7/10/1913Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles containing information on Illinois’ Woman’s Suffrage Bill passed in House dated June 12, 1913, a suffragette throws flour at Premier Asquith dated June 12, 1913, police chief of Los Angeles supports women suffrage dated June 13, 1913, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt spoke about abandoning prudery dated June 20, 1913, an overview of opinions about equal suffrage dated June 21, 1913, suffragettes start a water strike dated June 28, 1913, suffragettes denied usage of park for celebration dated July 1, 1913, Kitty Marlon released from prison dated July 9, 1913, suffragettes defeat a candidate for the national Educators dated July 10, 1913, and suffragists have a special committee in House for their bill dated July 10, 1913.
      • Folder 39: Clippings, 7/25/1913 – 7/5/1914Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains eight photocopies of newspaper articles containing information on Margaret Morrison and other were arrested dated July 25, 1913, Sylvia Pankhurst leads a riot in London dated July 28, 1913, Mayor Riddle refused to grant permission of public speeches to Mr. Potter of Texas dated August 4, 1913, peaceful demonstration in Mexico dated August 11, 1913, news about suffragists dated August 24, 1913, Viscount Haldane comes to America and supports women suffrage dated August 30, 1913, Dr. Anna Shaw writes a letter of disapproval of some suffragists to President Wilson dated July 5, 1914, and a cartoon of President Wilson being interviewed by a mob of suffragists dated July 5, 1914.
      • Folder 40: Clippings, n.d.Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains a photocopy of newspaper article containing information on Professor M.F. Knox, founder of the Mental Science College at Bryn Mawr, Washington, speak in favor for women’s suffrage.
      • Folder 41: List of Articles, n.d.Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains a lists of newspaper articles from various newspapers.
      • Folder 42: Microform Photocopy Request, n.d.Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains a microform photocopy request form from Rice University with a list of articles from the Dallas Morning News.
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      • Folder 46: Dallas Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1898-1950Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains research on the Dallas Federation of Women’s Clubs. The research includes photocopies of lists of members, of newspaper clippings, bulletins, roster of officers from 1898-1950.
      • Folder 47: Ida Loving Turner, 2006Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains research on Ida Loving Turner, a possible ancestor or Dr. Turner. Ida Loving Turner was the postmistress of Fort Worth and one of the lady managers of the Chicago World’s Fair 1893. The research includes a letter from C. Derdre Phelps, Ph. D., photocopies of newspaper clippings about Mrs. Ida Turner being appointed and her post as postmistress, a poem, Fort Worth’s 86th Birthday, Charles Turner (her father-in-law), the Fort Worth Business and Professional Women’s Club, appointment certificate for Ida Loving Turner’s appointment for the Board of Lady Managers of the World’s Columbian Commission, and an essay about the Chicago World’s Fair by Ida Turner.
      • Folder 48: Population of Culberson County, 1920-1940Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains research on the population of Culberson County. The research includes population by sex and race for the years 1920-1940 lists of articles written on the back.
      • Folder 49: Research Procedures, n.d.Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains information on research procedures.
      • Folder 50: Women’s Suffrage Project, 1996-1997Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

        This folder contains correspondence about the women’s suffrage research project. These correspondence contain correspondence about Dr. Turner's research requests of articles.

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