Clipping : "Women to hold great jubilee; invite Wilson, Taft and Roosevelt; Suffragists happy over being given the right to vote." June 12, 1913
Article about the Illinois General Assembly granting women partial suffrage. On June 11, 1913, Illinois granted women the right to vote for presidential electors, mayor, and for all local offices not specifically named in the Illinois Constitution. The article mentions that Illinois suffragists planned to continue working toward complete enfranchisement. It also discusses the legislative process of adopting the suffrage bill.
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46.5 cm. ; 1 col.