Knoxville Equal Suffrage League by Margaret M. Craft in "City Beautiful" Edition, Knoxville Sentinel. Gives background and activities of the League. Mentions participation in the Appalachian Exposition of 1910. Page 2 of 2.
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Statement of Professor A.A. Schaeffer. Re: remarks allegedly made by University of Tennessee Professor Schaeffer at Stough Tabernacle re: double standard for men and women. Handwritten comments by Brown Ayres (University of Tennessee President). ...
Types of American Homes, Geo. F. Barber. Includes selections from "Modern Dwellings" and the work of Barber & Kluttz, Architects. Features homes from various states. Pages 9-12 are printed on a smaller page, added in to the volume. From the...
Letter from Anne Dudley, written on The Cap and Gown letterhead, University of the South, Sewanee, TN, to Mrs. L. Crozier French, President, Tennessee Equal Suffrage Asso., Knoxville, TN. Page 2 of 3. Comments on the Tullahoma meeting, lists...
American Homes. A book of Everything for Those Who Are Planning to Build or Beautify Their Homes.
By Geo. F. Barber
Conducted Under the Management of Geo. F. Barber, of Illinois
Thos A. Kluttz, of Georgia
Minutes of Conference of Tennessee Suffragists Held at Tullahoma (TN), on Monday, May 17, 1915, Pursuant to Call Issued by Memphis Equal Suffrage League, Nashville Equal Suffrage League, and Murfreesboro Equal Suffrage League. Page 2 of 5.
Letter from Finis Garrett, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Rules, Washington, D.C., to Mrs. Crozier French, President, Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association, Knoxville, Tenn. January 5, 1915. Page 2 of 3. Re: his position on suffrage.
Letter from Joseph W. Byrns, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Appropriations, Washington, D.C., to Mrs. Crozier French, Knoxville, Tenn. January 6, 1915. Page 2 of 2. Re: his position on suffrage.