Woman Suffrage Party of Logan meeting minutes, 1915-1920

Date created 1915-03-16 - 1920-11-02
Creator Woman Suffrage Party of Logan

The Woman Suffrage Party of Logan, previously known as the Logan Suffrage League, was the Germantown branch of the Pennsylvania’≥ Woman Suffrage Party. Members of the party sponsored the suffrage movement through a panoply of promotional activities, namely through supporting women’≥ suffrage speeches, organizing open-air meetings, attending state legislature assemblies, and advertising through circulating pamphlets and other public promotional campaigns. The meeting minutes of the Woman Suffrage Party of Logan, which span from 1915 to 1919, disclose the Party's underlying executive and financial operations and trace the strategic developments of suffragists in the years leading up to the nineteenth amendment.

Size 65 pages
Subjects Woman Suffrage Party of Logan (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Germantown (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Women--Suffrage--United States--History | Women's rights--United States--History--20th century | Manuscripts | Minutes (Records) | Philadelphia (Pa.) | Shaw, Anna Howard, 1847-1919
Geographical location Philadelphia (Pa.) | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Language English
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Local identifier 16193

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Contributing institution Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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