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Kansas Good Citizenship League, Inter-State Suffrage Banquet

Kansas Good Citizenship League, Inter-State Suffrage Banquet
Creator: Kansas Good Citizenship League
Date: Bulk October 15, 1914-October 16, 1914
The Kansas Good Citizenship League held a meeting in Kansas City, Kansas, October 15-16, 1914. It included the Inter-State Suffrage Banquet meeting held in Kansas City, MO. This booklet is the program for the event and lists speakers and officers. States involved in the Inter-State banquet were Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri. Kansan Lucy B. Johnston was President Emeritus.


What the women want

What the women want
Creator: Kansas Good Citizenship League
Date: 1914
This leaflet outlines the voting measures discussed at the April 1914 meeting of the Kansas Good Citizenship League. Women in Kansas won the right to vote in 1912, and with their new voting privileges they hoped to change Kansas society for the better. Among other things, Kansas women were interested in ensuring that all children received equal educational opportunities and in creating a division of child hygiene in the department of the State Board of Health. Most of their concerns revolved around improving the rights of women and children.


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