The Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Tex.) Vol. 35. August 18, 1920.

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Title

The Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Tex.) Vol. 35. August 18, 1920.

Description

This issue of the Dallas Morning News contains the article, "Suffragist Hopes Gone Glimmering / Only Miracle Seems Able to save Situation in Tennessee Legislature"

The author asserts that with North Carolina Senate postponing a vote on the suffrage amendment until 1921, and other states against calling their legislatures to consider the amendment, and the Speaker Walker of the Tennessee Legislature claiming he has enough votes to defeat ratification, suffragists need a miracle to pass the amendment in 1920.

Short article: "Suffrage is Defeated in North Carolina" discusses the vote to table the amendment until the next regular session in 1921.

Date

1920-08-18

Subject

Constitutional amendments--Ratification
Cox, James M. (James Middleton), 1870-1957
Dallas (Tex.)--Newspapers
Dallas County (Tex.)--Newspapers
North Carolina. General Assembly
Tennessee. General Assembly
Walker, Seth M., 1892-1951
Women--Suffrage--Tennessee
Women--Suffrage--North Carolina

Creator

Gleissner, John, U.S. News Staff Correspondent

Publisher

Dallas, Tex. : A.H. Belo & Co.

Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

Dallas, Texas

Original Format

Newspapers

Physical Dimensions

18 p. ; 44.5 x 57 cm.

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