Manuscript : Women Awake! by Kenyon Hayden Rector. 1920

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Manuscript : Women Awake! by Kenyon Hayden Rector. 1920

Description

Florence Kenyon Hayden Rector (Mrs. James Rector), the first licensed woman architect in Ohio and a member of the National Advisory Council of the National Woman's Party, makes this plea to suffragists to support the National Woman's Party and take action for the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment.

She gives reasons why every woman should support the National Woman's Party and urges state and local chairmen to call meetings, read the history, and ask for financial support. She highlights the fact that Columbus, Ohio, where she lives, raised $6,600 dollars.

This essay is unbound, printed by mimeograph. The Lewis collection includes two copies of this manuscript.

Date

1920

Subject

Constitutional amendments
Fundraising
National Woman's Party
Rector, [Florence] Kenyon Hayden, 1882-1973
Suffragists -- United States
United States--Ohio--Columbus
Women--Suffrage--Ohio

Creator

Rector, Kenyon Hayden, 1882-1973

Publisher

Columbus, unpublished

Format

23 leaves

Language

English

Identifier

ALMS.1920.01

Original Format

Essays

Physical Dimensions

28 cm.

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