Woman Suffrage Party of Logan minutes

Begun as the Germantown branch of the Woman Suffrage Party, this woman's organization called itself the Logan Suffrage League until 12 July 1915, when it changed its name to the Woman Suffrage Party of Logan. Its social, literature, membership, and press committees had as their mission the spon...

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Main Author: Woman Suffrage Party of Logan (Philadelphia, Pa.) (Creator)
Collection:Woman Suffrage Party of Logan Minutes
Collection Number:Am.8894
Format: Manuscript
Language:English
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Physical Description: 0.04 Linear feet 0.04 linear feet, 1 volume
Summary: Begun as the Germantown branch of the Woman Suffrage Party, this woman's organization called itself the Logan Suffrage League until 12 July 1915, when it changed its name to the Woman Suffrage Party of Logan. Its social, literature, membership, and press committees had as their mission the sponsorship of women's suffrage speeches and the distribution of circulars advertising such occasions and other fund-raising events. This minute book, 16 March 1915-10 December 1919, of regular, public, special, and executive meetings includes two photographs of suffragist Anna Howard Shaw. Also included is a dance program from a dance held 16 January 1920 at the Hotel Rittenhouse, sponsored by the Philadelphia League of Women Citizens in honor of the death of Wolstan Dixey.