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The Kansas Womans Journal, vol. 1, no. 11, October, 1922, contains the following articles: "To The Women Voters Of Kansas", "Equal Citizenship Bill Passes Congress", "Some Ku-Klux Klan History", and a list of "Topeka Business Women". The Womans Journal, was published in Topeka, Kansas, by the Kansas Womans Journal Publishing Company and was the Women's Republican official organ. The editor was Lilla Day Monroe.

Creator: Kansas Womans Journal Publishing Company
Date: October 1922

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Item Number: 210722
Call Number: K 050 K13w
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 210722

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