The New Citizen. Vol. 2, no. 18. January, 1912

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Title

The New Citizen. Vol. 2, no. 18. January, 1912

Description

Holiday Number, 1911-1912
Tagline: "The magazine that won equal suffrage in Washington"

Missouri Hanna was the founder and editor of the Edmonds Review in 1904. She is considered the first woman newspaper publisher in Washington. After selling the Edmonds Review, she created Votes for Women, the official newspaper of the women's suffrage movement in Washington (state) until the successful vote to enfranchise women in 1910. The New Citizen was its successor, and focused on the role of newly enfranchised women.

Date

1912-01

Subject

Journalists--Washington (State)
Suffrage--Washington (State)

Creator

Hanna, Missouri, 1856-1926, Owner and Editor

Publisher

Seattle, Washington : Votes for Women Pub. Co.

Contributor

Hanna, Mercy Cleone, Assistant Editor

Format

11 p.

Language

English

Identifier

PERI.1911.02

Original Format

Magazines (periodicals)

Physical Dimensions

35 cm.

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