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I Learned it in the Archives: Women’s Rights Activism Runs in Steinem Family

We are currently in the process of reviewing collections for women’s suffrage and women’s rights materials to potentially digitize to help commemorate the upcoming women’s suffrage centennial (2020). Martha McClellan Brown (1838-1916) was active in the temperance and women’s rights … Continue reading

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Women’s Suffrage Cemetery Tour

Emily Reth is a graduate of the Wright State University Public History program and completed her capstone project with SC&A in the spring of 2018. Look for some of the suffragists’ graves at Woodland Cemetery! Woodland currently holds a variety … Continue reading

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Newspapers and the Public’s Perception

Emily Reth is a graduate student in the Wright State University Public History program completing her capstone project with SC&A. There are rumors the Women’s suffrage movement was quite large within Dayton’s borders. Looking at the Dayton Daily News during … Continue reading

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