Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 43 a. Newspaper clipping: Tennessee May Save Suffrage. Governor Urged to Include Ratification In Extra Sessions; Opinion Given. Special to the Knoxville Sentinel. 1919.
Our Confederate Dead. Oration by Maj. Gen'l Wm. B. Bate, U.S. Senator, on occasion of Unveiling Confederate Monument at Knoxville, Tennessee, May 19, 1892, together with history of Ladies' Memorial Association and other orations and ceremonies...
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 21 a. Newspaper clipping: Women Meet In Debate Unique In Annals of Public Speaking. Mrs. L. Crozier French Presents the Cause of Woman Suffrage. Knoxville Journal & Tribune. September 17, 1913.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 26 a. Newspaper clipping: Mrs. L. Crozier French's Views on Equal Suffrage. Local Suffragist Is Interviewed in Birmingham and Expresses Herself Freely on the National and State Phases of the Issue. Interview by...
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 28 a. Newspaper clipping: Mrs. French, President of the Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association Talks of Conditions In That State. August 18, 1914. By Dolly Dalrymple. Includes photograph of Mrs. L. Crozier French.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 28 c. Newspaper clipping: Enfranchisement Of The American Woman. Arguments Against Woman's Suffrage Answered By Principles Of Good Government. By L. CROZIER FRENCH, President, Equal Suffrage Club.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 29 b. Newspaper clipping: Equal Suffrage Department. Editors: Mrs. Julia Lucky, President of Equal Suffrage League, and Mrs. Sara H. Hood. Knoxville Journal & Tribune. April 6, 1913.
Souvenir History of Knoxville. The Marble City and Great Southern Jobbing Market. Its Importance as a Manufacturing Center and its Manufacturing Possibilities. Edited by W.M. Goodman. Illustrated and published by Knoxville Engraving Co. .