The scrapbook includes newspaper clippings and ephemera concerning women's groups involved in the fight for suffrage at the Knoxville and state levels, as well as other women's issues such as temperance. Each of the fragile items in this scrapbook...
Tennesseans, Nineteen Hundred and One and Two. The Speed Publishing Company. 1901-1902. 416 pages including index. Photographic portraits of approximately 800 Tennesseans, including Governors. state officers, politicians and business men.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 28 b. Newspaper clipping: Woman Suffrage Is Warmly Defended. Mrs. L.C. French Thinks Women Should Possess Right of Ballot. Knoxville Sentinel. March 14, 1928. By L. Crozier French.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 18 a. Newspaper clipping: In the Interest of Votes for Women - The Knoxville Equal Suffrage League. Edited by Emma Farrand Tyler. Statement by Susan B. Anthony. Knoxville Journal & Tribune. March 18, 1912.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 17 a. Newspaper clipping: Equal Suffrage Department. Editors: Mrs. Julia Lucky, President of Equal Suffrage League, and Mrs. Sara H. Hood, Secretary. 'An Apostle of Progress. Judge Henry R. Gibson.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 13 a. Newspaper clipping: Knoxville Has Witnessed Long Fight By Women for 'Rights' In Politics by Margaret Lipscombe. July 28, 1940. Knoxville Journal. Includes photographs of Miss Ada Fanz and Mrs. Sarah H....
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 34 d. Newspaper clipping: Difference of Opinion in Securing Suffrage. Mrs. Funk and Mrs. Seton Express Opposite Views at Mass Meeting. [Knoxville] Sentinel. October 29, 1914. (continued).