Human Interest Bible Class in front of Queen Theatre, Knoxville, TN. Shows group of men (with two women, two children) and sign for Human Interest Bible Class. Also shows poster for Paramount Magazine: Envy. Three Of A Kind, Felix. O'Neils Cafe...
Human Interest Bible Class officers in front of Queen Theatre, Knoxville, TN. Shows group of five men with two children and sign for Human Interest Bible Class. O'Neils Cafe at left. Ordered by Human Interest Bible Class. January 6, 1921
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 24 b. Newspaper clipping: In the Interest of Votes For Women. The Knoxville Equal Suffrage League. Edited by Emma Farrand Tyler. Knoxville Journal and Tribune. July 20, 1919?
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 07 h. Newspaper clipping: 'Mrs. L. Crozier French Edits Paper.' Mrs. French has
begun the publication of a monthly journal, "The People," a journal of inquiry, protest and an exponent of the people.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 13 c. Newspaper clipping: Chattanooga's "Hot Dog" Quartette That Took First Prize At Toronto Convention And Entertained Banqueters Last Night. Also, Mrs. French Tells Lady Kiwanians of New Field. [Knoxville]...
Suffragist. Official Organ of the National Woman's Party. Vol. VIII, No. 7. August 1920. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Editor. Published monthly at Washington, D.C. by the National Woman's Party, Lafayette Square.
Mrs. L.S. Robinson, Harry Burn, Public Interest League of Mass., suffrage, politics, telegrams
Aug 19, 1920 telegram misaddressed to Harry Bains [Burn] from Mrs. L.S. Robinson,Boston, Mass, President, Pub[lic] Interest League of Mass. Urging Harry Burn to vote against ratification of the 19th Amendment.
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.