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Women -- Suffrage -- United States -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Ada Haldeman Ford, Suffragist, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3537
Overview Papers of Ada Haldeman Ford, women's suffragist of Taylor County, West Virginia. Includes reminiscence, letters, and clippings documenting Ada Haldeman Ford's active role as a suffragist in Taylor County through 1920. There are also clippings and other materials regarding political matters dating through 1970. There are photographs and genealogies regarding the Ford and Haldeman families, and a collection of books (including bibles, foreign language textbooks, poetry, etc.). Artifacts...
Dates: 1900-1970

Harry F. Temple, Indenture and Suffrage Narrative

Collection Number: A&M 0431

Copies of two items from the papers of Harry F. Temple of Pendleton County, West Virginia. Consists of an 1801 apprenticeship indenture for Mary Hollen to John Dunkle of Pendleton County and an undated essay entitled "Women's Suffrage" written by Harry F. Temple.

Dates: 1801 and undated

Izetta Jewel Brown Miller (b.1883), Clippings and Photographs

Collection Number: A&M 2316
Overview Originals and copies of clippings and photographs concerning the life and career of Izetta Jewel Kenny Brown Miller. Her career included work in the theater, Women's Suffrage Movement, radio, agriculture, television, and politics. Her first husband was William Gay Brown, Sr., West Virginia Congressman from Kingwood, and her second marriage was to Dr. Hugh Miller of the faculties of George Washington University and Union College. In 1922 and 1924, Mrs. Brown ran for the nomination as the...
Dates: ca. 1908-1973