Women -- Suffrage
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
List of presenters and events at the suffrage festival held at Copley Plaza. Includes Beth's notes about the performances.
The Bowles-Hoar Family Papers document the personal and professional lives of multiple members of the Bowles and Hoar families circa 1779-1960. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, documents, miscellaneous materials, and publications, all of which provide a detailed portrait of the two families before and after their histories joined with the marriage of Samuel Bowles IV to Elizabeth Hoar in 1884.
Three letters from Elizabeth Hewes Lilton, a social worker in Massachusetts, including thanks for a visit and for placement of a speech in the "Republican"; asks Beth to declare for women's suffrage; her desire for a "great movement against liquor and white slave traffic"; her work at "wage boards" and on the campaign for a minimum wage, etc. (undated).