Questionnaire : Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore. No. 2. October 1, 1910

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Title

Questionnaire : Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore. No. 2. October 1, 1910

Description

Circular 2 of 3 distributed by the Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore to study the city and the ways in which the League might engage women in its political activities. This questionnaire asks for details about the wards in Baltimore, including police force, saloons, condition of public schools, condition of streets and alleys, and parks and play grounds, etc.

The League planned to organize its 1,000 members into local civic centers according to the wards where they lived. The purpose of the civic centers was to train men and women in the responsibilities of citizenship.

Date

1910-10-01

Subject

Ellicott, Elizabeth King, 1858-1914
Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore
United States--Maryland--Baltimore
Women--Suffrage--Maryland

Creator

Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore
Ellicott, Elizabeth King, 1858-1914

Publisher

Baltimore, MD : Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore

Relation

DOCU.1910.09
DOCU.1910.11

Format

2 p.

Language

English

Identifier

DOCU.1910.10

Original Format

Questionnaires

Physical Dimensions

17.5 x 25.5 cm.

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