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Literature Review: Women’s Suffrage in St. Louis

August 26, 2020 Featured, Politics/Policy No Comments

It was 100 years ago today that the 19th amendment to the constitution was certified, just in time for millions of women to cast their first votes in the 1920 presidential election. By the time the 19th amendment became effective women in some states had been voting for decades, but now all women could vote in all elections.

DATE: 1916-06-14 Suffragists gathered on the steps of the old City Art Museum at Nineteenth and Locust Street for the Golden Lane demonstration during the 1916 Democratic National Convention. The crowd is gathered on the steps of the museum and on both sides of the street. A sign on the left reads: “Headquarters of the National State and City Woman’s Suffrage Association. Welcome!”

Last month we watched The Vote on American Experience/PBS which demonstrated women weren’t given the right to vote — they spend many decades fighting for the right.

One hundred years after the passage of the 19th Amendment, The Vote tells the dramatic culmination story of the hard-fought campaign waged by American women for the right to vote — a transformative cultural and political movement that resulted in the largest expansion of voting rights in U.S. history.

In its final decade, from 1909 to 1920, movement leaders wrestled with contentious questions about the most effective methods for affecting social change. They debated the use of militant, even violent tactics, as well as hunger strikes and relentless public protests. The battle for the vote also upended previously accepted ideas about the proper role of women in American society and challenged the definitions of citizenship and democracy.

Exploring how and why millions of 20th-century Americans mobilized for — and against — women’s suffrage, The Vote brings to life the unsung leaders of the movement and the deep controversies over gender roles and race that divided Americans then — and continue to dominate political discourse today. (American Experience/PBS)

Highly recommended. It got me thinking about the effort here in St. Louis, so I thought I’d look up old Post-Dispatch articles.  I found thousands of of articles on my search. Not all were relevant many about events elsewhere. I’ve spent days going through search results from 1874 – February 16, 1913. I’d hoped to at least get though this day 100 years ago, but time ran out. I will finish and update the research found below.

— Steve Patterson


The following are the articles I thought told the story of the suffrage movement in St. Louis, Missouri, and Metro East IL.  The Post-Dispatch archives and other digital media can be accessed for free using your St. Louis Library membership.

  1. WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE.: ONE OF THE LEADERS OF THE MOVEMENT GIVES A DISPATCH REPORTER “SOME POINTS.”. (1874, Mar 11). St.Louis Dispatch (1874-1877) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578450936
  2. “OUR RIGHTS, SIR.”: THE SENTIMENTS OF THE WOMEN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION OF MISSOURI. OUTSPOKEN RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED–NO SYMPATHY WITH FREE LOVE–DELEGATES CHOSEN. (1874, Sep 24). St.Louis Dispatch (1874-1877) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578623165
  3. THE GOOD FRUITS.: THE ST. LOUIS WOMEN ORGANIZE A SUFFRAGE SOCIETY, HAVING GOT INSPIRATION FROM THE LATE CONVENTION. (1879, May 14). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/576903593
  4. SUSAN B. ANTHONY.: A PUBLIC RECEPTION TO BE GIVEN HER IN ST. LOUIS. THE HISTORY OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN MISSEURI–WOMEN WHO SIGNED THE FIRST APPEAL FOR EQUAL. (1882, Sep 09). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578600656
  5. MISS ANTHONY’S LUGGAGE.: HOW SHE CONVERTS TWO BAGGAGE OFFICIALS AT THE UNION DEPOT. (1882, Sep 11). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578601361
  6. ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.: PETITION FOR A PROHIBITION AMENDMENT AND WOMAN SUFFRAGE–TO-DAY’S PROCEEDINGS. (1883, Mar 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578629754
  7. BALLOT FOR WOMAN.: SPEECH DELIVERED BY EX-GOVERNOR CHAS. P. JOHNSON. THE RIGHT OF WOMAN TO VOTE–AN ADDRESS AT MEMORIAL HALL BEFORE THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. (1883, Apr 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578627744
  8. Telegraph to the POST-DISPATCH. (1886, Feb 19). LATESTEDITION.: VEXED AT VEST. THE FEMAIL-SUFFRAGISTS GIVE THE MISSOURI SENATOR A HARD RAP. GETTING THE MORRISON TARIFF BILL IN SHAPE–CONGRESSMAN WARNER’S RESOLUTION TO RETIRE GEN. A. J. SMITH–CHECKING SPECULATING DEPARTMENT CLERKS–ADVERSE REPORT ON THE TELEGRAPH BILLS–CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS–WESHINGTON NEWS. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/576954541
  9. Special Correspondence to the POST-DISPATCHG,T. (1887, Apr 02). FEMALE SUFFRAGE: WOMEN TO VOTE NEXT TUESDAY IN THE STATE OF KANSAS. CURIOUS STATISTICS AS TO THE NUMBER REGISTERED. WICHITA AND THE CLASSIFLICATION OF ITS REGISTERED WOMEN. STRONG-MINDED FEMALES CORNERING AND BADGERING THE MAYOR OF TOPEKA. INTERESTING AND READABLE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE EFFECT OF FEMALE VOTERS–MRS. GOV. MARTIN REGISTERED–THE LADIES DIVIDED IN THEIR POLITICAL OPINIONS–2,700 WOMEN REGISTERED IN LEAVENWORTH AND 1,400 IN TOPEKA–STRINGENT PROVISIONS OF THE MURRAY BILL TO PREVENT DRUG STORES FROM SELLING LIQUOR–CURIOUS MEETINGS AND RESOLUTIONS-RESULT OF THE “POST-DISPATCH” CORRESPONDENT’S TOUR. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578802693
  10. Telegraph to the POST-DISPATCH. (1887, Apr 05). LIKE GOOD CITIZENS.: THE WOMEN OF KANSAS EXERCIGE THE RIGHT OF SUFFRAGE. LADIES CANVASSING AMONG THEIR SEX LIKE OLDTIME POLITICIANS. REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS UNITE TO ROUTE THE SOCIALISTS IN CHICAGO. THE ELECTION OF ROCHE, THE CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR, AND THE BALANCE OF THE REPUBLICAN TICKET CERTAIN–A BIG VOTE POLLED BY THE LABOR PARTY IN CINCINNATI–BAD DEFEAT OF THE DEMOCRATS–RESULT OF THE VOTE ON PROHIBITION IN MICHIGAN DOUBTFUL–ELECTION NEWS. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578850761
  11. WOMEN SUFFRAGISTS.: PLAN FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WOMAN’S MOVEMENT, (1888, Jan 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/576971613
  12. WOMEN WORKERS.: THE W. C. T. U. WANT DRINKING FOUNTAINS–DR. FELTON FAVORS FEMALE SUFFRAGE. (1888, Feb 19). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/576971751
  13. Harland, M. (1888, Mar 25). SHOULD WOMEN VOTE?: MARION HARLAND VIGOROUSLY HANDLES WOMAN SUFFRAGE. WOMAN MIGHT BETTER POLITICS, BUT WOULD POLITICS BETTER HER?–WHAT THE BALLOT IN THE HANDS OF WOMAN MEANS–WOMEN AT HOME AND AT THE POLLS–WHY SHOULD THE BALLOT BE GIVEN TO WOMAN? St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578916343
  14. THE TWO SAMS: ENTERTAIN 8,900 PEOPLE AT THE BIG TEMPERANCE TABERNACLE. SAM JONES SPEAKS AGAINST WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE, THE REPUBLICANS, THE DEMOCRATS AND THE CLERGY–FURIOUS ASSAULT UPON THE ST. LOUIS PREACHERS–SAM SMALL DRAWS COMPARISONS FROM JONES’ EXPERIENCE–AN OLD POLITICIAN STOPPED ON HIS WAY TO HADES–ROUSING ADDRESSES AND VERY PLAIN TALK. (1888, May 06). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578907425
  15. EQUAL RIGHTS.: AT A MEETING OF WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS THE UNIVERSAL FRANCHISE TO DISCUSSED. (1888, Dec 12). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578945739
  16. GOV. MOREHOUSE’S MISTAKE.: THE WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE SOCIETY THINKS HE MADE ONE DESERVING SEVERE CRITICISM. (1888, Dec 23). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/578950948
  17. ENTHUSIASTIC LADIES: WHO PROPOSE TO BRING A NATIONAL CONVENTION TO ST. LOUIS. THEY WILL EXTEND AN INVITATION TO THE WOMAN’S CONGRESS TO ASSEMBLE HERE’ NEXT YEAR–A HISTORY OF THE ORGANIZATION AND ITS OBJECTS–ST. LOUISANS IN THE MOVEMENT–PERSONAL NOTES FROM SOCIAL CIRCLES. (1889, Sep 28). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577028225
  18. THE WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS.: THE MISSOURI BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY EFFECTS REORGANIZATION. (1890, Oct 30). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577054022
  19. THEY VOTED.: LADIES EXERCISE THE RIGHT OF SUFFRAGE IN ST. CLAIR COUNTY. PROMINENT BELLEVILLE SOCIETY LADIES GO TO THE POLLS. NOT ONE OF THE EAST ST. LOUIS FAIR SEX CAST A BALLOT. THE FIRST VOTER IN BELLEVILLE–LAUGHABLE INCIDENTS AT THE POLLS–A YOUNG MISS WHO DID NOT LIKE TO GIVE AWAY HER AGE–VOTING AT LEBANON, MASCOUTAH AND MARISSA–EAST ST. LOUIS AND BELLEVILE NEWS. (1892, Apr 17). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577152244
  20. THEY ASK SUFFRAGE st. louis women want a voice in the school elections.: A PETITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE LEGISLATURE TO-MORROW. the movement backe by the fashionable wednesday club, who will seni a committee to jafferson city–want to be eligible as school directors–to change the school age. (1893, Mar 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579084081
  21. FOR SUFFRAGE: THE W. C. T. U. PASSES A RESOLUTION PLACING ITSELF ON RECORD. ANOTHER RESOLUTION ADOPTED DECLARES THE ORGANIZATION NON-SECTARIAN. THE ST. LOUIS DISTRICT CONVENTION CONCLUDES ITS SESSION AND ADJOURNS. ALL THE OLD OFFICERS HE-ELECTED–THE PALTTERN OF THE PROHIBITION PARTY INDORSED–WENT A WOMEN MAIREN AT THE WORK-HOUSE–TOFIGHT CONCERT HALLS AND “ILLEGALLY CONDUCTED THEATERS”–ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT, MRS. F. H. INGAILS. (1894, Oct 14). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579196805
  22. STATE LEGISLATURE.: WOMAN SUFFRAGE DEFEATED BY ONE VOTE IN THE ILLINOIS SENATE. (1895, Mar 13). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579204688
  23. THESE WOMEN WANT TO VOTE.: REORGANIZATION OF THE MISSOURI EQUAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. TRIBUTES TO MRS. MINOR. THE FIRST RESOLUTION IN FAVOR OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE WAS PASSED IN A MISSOURI CONVENTION. (1895, May 04). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579213609
  24. EQUAL SUPFRAGE CONVENTION.: MISSOURI ASSOCIATION REORGANIZED AND NEW OFFICERS ELECTED. (1895, May 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579206705
  25. EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUB.: THE NEW ORGANIZATION WILL CONDUCT A VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN IN THE FALL. (1895, Jul 14). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579166602
  26. Dr. boyd on woman suffrage. (1895, Oct 16). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579163504
  27. MRS. STANTONS BIRTHDAY.: EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUB WILL OBSERVE IT ON TUESDAY. (1895, Nov 10). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579226370
  28. EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUB.: THE BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS CENSURED FOR OPPOSING MRS. GETZ. (1895, Nov 27). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579164820
  29. ROW AMONG THE SUFFRAGISTS.: EFFORTS OF THE W. C. T. U. TO RULE BREED DISSENSION. APPEAL TO MISS ANTHONY. MRS. JOHNSON’S APPOINTMENT OF DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL CONVERTION CAUSED THE TROUBLE. (1896, Jan 20). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579198220
  30. A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.: THAT AND NOT A ROW IS THE TROUBLE WITH MISSOURI’S WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS. (1896, Jan 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579197316
  31. THERE WILL BE SOME HOT TALK.: THE DEMON RUM AND THE RIGHT TO VOTE, THE ISSUES. SUFFRAGISTS STAND FIRM. THEY ISSIST THAT WITHOUT THE BALLOT WOMEN CANNOT ACCOMPLISH THE REFORMS THEY DESIRE. (1896, Feb 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579241861
  32. THE SUFFRAGISTS NOT PERTURBED.: RECEIVED MRS. INGALLS RESIGNATION WITH EQUANIMITY. NO ACTION TAKEN ON IT. OTHER MEMBERS OF THE W. C. T. U. EXPECTED TO DRAW OUT OF THE EQUAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. (1896, Feb 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579238535
  33. St, louis equal suffrage club. (1896, Feb 18). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579243115
  34. FOR WOMAN’S RIGHTS.: EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUB MEETS AND ELECTS OFFICERS. (1896, May 06). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579308760
  35. MRS. WHITNEY IS NOT THE BOSS.: MRS. PRESIDENT JOHNSON SAYS SO IN GOOD SET TERMS. NO CONVENTION TILL FALL. THE WOMEN SUFFRAGISTS ARE STILL UNABLE TO GET TOGETHER IN PEACE AND HARMONY. (1896, May 17). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579279076
  36. JUST AS IF SHE HAD NOT SPOKEN.: ST. LOUIS EQUAL-SUFFRAGE CLUB WILL IGNORE MRS. JOHNSON. ARE BUSILY SAWING WOOD. CONFERENCES IN THE LINDELL HOTEL BY MRS. WHITNEY’S ADHERENTS BODE ILL FOR THE STATE PRESIDENT. (1896, May 19). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579269702
  37. WILL LET MISS COUSINS SUFFER.: SHE HAS NO CLAIM ON THEM, SAY THE WOMEN SUFFRAGISTS. NEVER HELPED THE CAUSE. MRS. JOKNSSN, THE STATE PRESIDENT SIDES WITH MISS ANTHONY AND THE SICK WOMAN IS LEFT DESTITUTE. (1896, May 23). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579262639
  38. ALL ROADS LEAD TO ST. LOUIS.: TWELVE CONVENTIONS TO BE HELD DURING THE SUMMER. THE CITY WILL BE OVERRUN. IT IS ESTIMATED THAT, INCLUDING THE EXPOSITION VISITORS, OVER 500,000 STRANGERS WILL COME HERE. (1896, May 24). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579285597
  39. WOMEN SUFFRAGISTS.: NATIONAL LEADERS WILL ATTEND THE BIG REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. (1896, May 27). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579259358
  40. WOMAN, WOMAN, LOVELY WOMAN.: EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS DO NOT AGREE ON A HARMONY PLANK EXCITEMENT IN A CHURCH. DOWN-TRODDEN WOMEN ABUSE EACH OTHER WHILE TRYING TO ORGANIZE–CRIES OF “SHAME,” “SHAME.”. (1896, Jun 15). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579268863
  41. SUFFRAGISTS STILL AT WAR.: BOLTERS ADIOURNED, BUT THE OTHERS HAD A STORMY TIME. FOUGHT OVER A NAME. MRS. MERIWETHER OF THE JOHNSON FACTION MADE A SPEECH IN THE WHITNEY MEETING. (1896, Jun 16). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579268561
  42. SUFFRAGISTS ARE ACTIVE.: CALL A MEETING AND NAME A COMMITTEE TO GO TO CHICAGO. (1896, Jun 28). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579283390
  43. WOMEN SUFFRAGISTS DEMAND A PLANK.: THEIR CLAIMS WILL BE URGED AT THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. (1896, Jun 28). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579309840
  44. ON WOMAN.: OPPOSED TO AT THE SUFFRAGISTS. 103-YEAR-OLD DISCUOURSES ON MEN AND THE FIN DE SIECLE MAIDEN. (1896, Jul 01). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579286798
  45. PIONEER EQUAL RIGHTS WOMAN.: ABIGAIL BUSH STILL LIVES AND IS DEVOTED TO FEMALE SUFFRAGE. (1896, Jul 12). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579279003
  46. MRS. JOHNSON VICTORIOUS.: HER FACTION OF EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS RECOGNIZED. MISS ANTHONY FAVORED THEM. THE NATIONAL CONVENTION PASSED RESOLUTIONS AGAINST THE ST. LOUIS EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUB. (1897, Feb 01). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579356783
  47. BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.: ST. LOUIS EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUB DISCUSSED THEIR HATED RIVALS. (1897, Feb 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579345184
  48. CAPTURED BY NEW WOMEN.: DELEGATION OF ST. LOUIS EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS. SWOOP DOWN ON THE CAPITAL. THEY BESEECH THE STATESMEN IN LEGISLATURE ASSEMBLED TO RECOGNIZE THEIR “RIGHTS.”. (1897, Feb 17). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579342116
  49. EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS.: THEY INTEND KEEPING UP THEIR WORK, DESPITE THEIR DEFEAT. (1897, Feb 27). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579384747
  50. A SHAMEFUL SPECTACLE. (1897, Mar 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579367294
  51. WILL HELP THE SCHOOL BOARD.: DR. BOYD IS IN FAVOR OF WOMAN MEMBERS. ARE SUCCESSFUL ELSEWHERE. THEY HAVE GREAT CAPACITY FOR DETAIL WORK AND WILL DIGNIFY THE BOARD’S DELIBERATIONS. (1897, Apr 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579449166
  52. THE OLD BOARD WON’T WALK OUT.: WILL REFUSE TO GIVE UP THE BOOKS. NEW DIRECTORS WILL INSIST. MISS BELLE NORMAN’S DEFEAT PLEASED MRS. WHITNEY AND A FEW OTHER FAIR PATRIOTS. (1897, May 19). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579384769
  53. WOMEN INSPECTORS WANTED.: SUFFRAGE SOCIETY WILL TAKE UP THE QUESTION OF CLEAN STREETS. (1897, Oct 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579433045
  54. ST. LOUIS WOMEN ADVOCATE THE APPOINTMENT OF FEMALE STREET CLEANING INSPECTORS. (1897, Oct 10). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579433664
  55. WILL APPOINT WOMEN: COMMISSIONER MILNER MAKES A PROMISE REGARDING INSPECTORS OF STREETS. WAS CALLED ON BY LADIES. HEADED BY MRS. WHITNEY, REPRESENTATIVES OF THE EQUAL SUFFRAGE CLUB CARRIED ONE POINT. (1897, Oct 13). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579432472
  56. NO PLACE FOR WOMEN.: THE MAYOR DISCUSSES HIS REFUSAL TO APPROVE OF FEMALE STREET INSPECTORS. SAYS NOTHING CAN MOVE HIM. THINKS WOMEN SHOULD WORK AT HOME AND NOT “SLOSH AROUND IN RUBBER BOOTS.”. (1897, Oct 14). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579432428
  57. WHAT THEY WOULD DO: REV. ELLA E. BARTLETT IS IN FAVOR OF WOMEN STREET INSPECTORS. WOULD REFORM THE WORKMEN. ST. LOUIS’ ONLY WOMAN PREACHER PICTURES WHAT A CLEAN TOWN THE LADIES WOULD MAKE. (1897, Oct 15). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579429072
  58. SUFFRAGE WILL WAIT.: MISS PHOEBE COUZINS BELIEVES WE ARE DRIFTING RAPIDLY TOWARD EMPIRE. FRANKLIN WAS BEFORE GEORGE BUT MISS COUZINS SAYS THE CURRENCY IS THE REAL THING TO TINKER WITH JUST NOW. (1897, Dec 26). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579483787
  59. MISS COUZINS WILL LECTURE.: ENTERTAINMENT TO BE GIVEN BY ‘THE EQUAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. (1898, Jan 23). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579481479
  60. MISS COUZINS CAN TALK.: A LECTURE ON EQUAL SUFFRAGE AT JEFFERSON CLUB HALL. (1898, Jan 29). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579482208
  61. EQUAL SUFFRAGE MEETING.: ANNUAL CONVENTION NEXT TUESDAY AT THE LINDELL HOTEL. (1898, Jun 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577365374
  62. TWO MOST REMARKABLE WOMEN IN ST. LOUIS NAMED BY A JURY OF WOMEN FOR THE SUNDAY POST-DISPATCH.: CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LIVES OF EACH WHICH LED TO THEIR SEFECTION AS PREEMINENTFU GREAT BU MEMBERS OF THEIR OWN SEX, (1899, Jan 22). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579427085
  63. POLL TAX FOR THE BIG FAIR.: IN THAT WAY THE STATE COULD RAISE $2,000,000. AUDITOR SEIBERT’S PLAN. THE SUGGESTION WILL BE DISCUSSED AT THE BANQUET. GOV. STEPHENS SAYS THE GENERAL REVENUE OF THE STATE IS NEEDED, BUT HE THINKS AN APPROPRIATION SHOULD BE PROVIDED. (1899, Mar 11). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579625718
  64. WAR BETWEEN WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS OF ILLINOIS AND LEADERS OF FACTIONS. (1899, Mar 26). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579477345
  65. CENTRAL BELLAMY CLUB.: MRS ANNA SNEED CAIRNS WILL SPEAK ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE. (1899, May 07). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579481299
  66. THE BELLAMY CLUB MEETING.: MRS. ANNA SNEED CAIRNS’ TALK ON THE GROWTH OF WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE. (1899, May 09). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579480110
  67. EQUAL SUFFRAGE CONVENTION.: ASSOCIATION WILL MEET TUESDAY AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. (1899, Jun 18). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577385365
  68. SUFFRAGE CONVENTION.: MRS. VICTORIA CONKLING WHITNEY AGAIN ELECTED PRESIDENT. (1899, Jun 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577352714
  69. RETURN OF MRS. V. C. WHITNEY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON SHE WILL TELL ST. LOUIS EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS ABOUT THE NEW YORK MEETING. (1899, Oct 16). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579508874
  70. WOMEN CLASH AT SUFFRAGE MEETING: MRS. WHITNEY DENIED ADMITTANCE TO CONFERENCE. (1901, Nov 16). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577402443
  71. MISS ANTHONY AIDS NEGROES: DECLAEE IT IS OUTRAGE TO COUNT WOMEN AND BLACKS IN REPRESENTATION AND DENY THEM SUFFRAGE. (1903, Feb 20). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579623854
  72. Speaker on woman suffrage. (1903, Oct 23). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579637259
  73. Hundt, M. (1904, Feb 25). WOMAN SUFFRAGE IS NONSENSE SAYS MISS LAVINIA EGAN. WHO IS SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF LADY MANAGERS: SHE DOES NOT CARE FOR STYLE, SHE THINKS LONG TRESSES A NUISANCE AND REFUSES TO TELL WHAT SHE’S GOING TO DO WITH THAT $100,000 WORLD’S FAIR APPROPRIATION. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579640127
  74. Special to the Post-Dispatch. (1905, Mar 05). WOMEN ARE “GADS” IF THEY CAN VOTE. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579696676
  75. WOMEN RAISE A CAMPAIGN FUND: MISSOURI SUFFRAGISTS’ CONVENTION DECIDES TO RAISE $20.70 BY EUCHRE. BABY GIRL THEIR MASCOT DELEGATE’S LITTLE DAUGHTER BEGS ALL FOR CANDY DURING PROCEEDINGS. (1905, Nov 17). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579792329
  76. WANTS ST. LOUIS WOMEN TO VOTE: MRS. LOUISE WERTH MOVES WARD ASSOCIATION TO WORK WITH HER. SEEKS CHARTER CHANGE BELIEVES EQUAL SUFFRAGE WILL INSURE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE CITY. (1906, Jan 31). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579775854
  77. WOMEN OF ST. LOUIS: WOULD YOU VOT IF YOU COULD?: ALL OVER THE WORLD, EXCEPT IN THE UNITED STATES, THE WEAKER SEX HAS WON OR IS DEMANDING THE RIGHT TO HAVE A VOICE IN GOVERNMENT—POLL MADE BY THE SUNDAY POST-DISPATCH SHOWS THAT WHILE MANY ST. LOUIS WOMEN WOULD VOTE IF PERMITTED, MOST OF THEM REGARD THE BALLOT WITH INDIFFERENCE. (1908, May 10). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577799417
  78. Martyn, M. (1908, Jul 06). Marguerite martyn is in desperate stern chase after suffragettes who are in lively pursuit of reporters: Post-dispatch woman is told that voting has always been a disagreeable task to colorado women who have suffrage. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577729144
  79. If women ruled st. louis AND OTHER CITIES: Reforms that would result from a female council and house of delegates, illustrated in lander, wyo.—no more gang rule, no more corporation government, no more corruption in public life. (1908, Aug 16). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577736003
  80. CLUB ASKS CANDIDATES TO INDORSE WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE: SOCIALIST ORGANIZATION ADDRESSES LETTER TO NOMINEES OF THE FIVE LEADING PARTIES. (1908, Sep 06). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579680568
  81. WOMEN INVADE JEFF. CITY TO ASK SUFFRAGE: ST. LOUIS SOCIALISTS DEMAND STRONG PLANK IN PLATFORMS OF BOTH CONVENTIONS. MRS. HUNSTOCK LEADER DIRECTS DISTRIBUTION OF 1000 ADDRESSES TO DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN DELEGATES. (1908, Sep 11). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579668945
  82. ACTRESS AND CLUBWOMAN DISAGREE ABOUT BALLOT: CLUBWOMAN SAYS WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE WILL RESULT IN MANY NEEDED REFORMS. (1908, Oct 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579673912
  83. SUFFRAGETTES IN SMILE INVASION AT SPRINGFIELD: 1600 WOMEN LOBBYISTS DESCEND ON ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS TO PLEAD FOR BILLS. (1909, Apr 14). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579755614
  84. WOMEN COMBAT MISS COUZINS’ CHANGED IDEAS: ST. LOUIS SUFFRAGISTS WILL NOT FOLLOW HER INTO CAMP OF THE OPPOSITION. HER CLAIMS DISPUTED MRS. WERTH QUOTES FROM COLORADO CITIZENS TO DISPROVE CONTENTIONS. (1909, May 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579739965
  85. PHOEBE COUZINS WANTS TO HELP ANTI-DRY FIGHT: FORMER WOMAN SUFFRAGE LEADER TELLS POST-DISPATCH WHY SHE WAS WRONG. MOTHERHOOD IS FIRST SHE HAS “SEEN WOMEN DO SO MANY ABSOLUTELY FOOLISH, HYSTERICAL THINGS–“. (1909, May 09). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579752502
  86. Martyn, M. (1909, May 12). Phoebe couzins telk why she has changed all her former beliefs: She no longer believes in prohibition, republicanism nor woman suffrage. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579720358
  87. Emerson, E. (1909, Oct 03). LOVE OR DUTY: NEW PROBLEM FOR ST. LOUIS SUFFRAGETTES. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577786889
  88. IT TAKES A WOMAN TO RULE THE UNDERWORLD. (1909, Oct 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577837634
  89. SUFFRAOISTS IN ST. LOUIS TO ORGANIZE BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION: CALL IS ISSUED TO HUNDREDS OF WOMEN FOR MEETING FRIDAY. (1910, Apr 02). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577824633
  90. SUFFRAGETTES IN ST. LOUIS WILL ORGANIZE FRIDAY: FIRST VOTES-FOR-WOMEN CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED FOR MISS ARNOLD. (1910, Apr 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577825792
  91. WOMEN TO SEEK VOTES IN WHOLLY QUIET WAY HERE: GOOD FORM TO MARK CAMPAIGN FOR SUFFRAGE IN ST. LOUIS. (1910, Apr 09). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577820207
  92. SUFFRAGIST TO OPEN CAMPAIGN IN ST. LOUIS TONIGHT: MISS ETHEL M. ARNOLD OF LONDON TO ADDRESS MEDEING AT WEDNESDAY CLUB. MANY IN MOVEMENT LEADERS IN CLUB CIRCLES JOIN FORCES TRYING TO GET VOTES FOR WOMEN. (1910, Apr 11). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577801376
  93. MODERN HOMES ARE CONDEMNED BY CLUBWOMAN: MRS. ELLEN M. HENROTIN DECLARES SYSTEM IS HOPELESSLY EXTRAVAGANT. WIVES NEED TRAINING THEY HAVE LEARNED TO SPEND THEIR MONEY NOT WISELY, BUT TOO WELL. (1910, Apr 14). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577806788
  94. W. C. T. U. LEADER HERE TO PLEAD FOR LABOR VOTES: WANTS UNIONS TO LET MEMBALLOT ON LIQUOR QUESTION AS THEY WISH. IS A SUFFRAGIST, TOO NOT A SUFFRAGETTE, HOWEVER BELIEVES SYSTEM OF DISTRIBUTION IS WRONG. (1910, Apr 15). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577799936
  95. Martyn, M. (1910, May 06). WIVES! MISS MARTYN FINDS LAW AUTHORIZING YOU TO RIFLE HUBBY’S POCKETS: IF HE DOESN’T SHARE HIS SALARY WITH YOU, HELP YOURSELF TO WHAT YOU CAN FIND AND THE COURTS WILL UPHOLD YOU. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577824118
  96. SUFFRAGETTES ACCUSE MRS. MOORE OF GIVING FOES A KEEN WEAPON: BLOCKING OF VOTE BY GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN’S CLUBS IS CONSIDERED A MENACE TO CAUSE. (1910, May 15). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577819805
  97. SUFFRAGETTE SAYS WOMEN SOON ARE TO BE POLICEMEN: JUDGE AND LAWYERS, TOO–AND GOOD ONES–DECLARES MRS. FRANCES S. POTTER. TO PICK HUSBANDS BALLOT SEEKER BELIEVES VOTE WOULD LEVEL ALL SOCIAL. (1910, May 27). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577890251
  98. Martyn, M. (1910, Jun 30). IN HARD CAMPAIGN TELLS MISS MARTYN ALL OF HER SEX SHOULD WORK: MRS. JOSEPH WHELESS, WORKING TO ELECT HUSBAND, DECLARES WIFE’S INDEPENDENCE WOULD MAKE HOMES HAPPIER. IS NOT A SUFFRAGETTE, BUT BELIEVES BALLOT, IF GIVEN, SHOULD GO TO MARRIED AS WELL AS SINGLE WOMEN. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577813536
  99. Martyn, M. (1910, Sep 25). WOMEN PROPOSE? THEY SHOULD, AND—SH!—THEY REALLY DO!: SO DECLARES MISS CAROLINE THUMMEL, SUFFRAGIST AND ONLY ST. LOUIS WOMAN LAWYER ADMITTED TO FEDERAL COURT PRACTICE; BUT AS FOR DOING IT HERSELF–WELL, NO MAN WILL EVER BE SO FLATTERED, SHE VOWS! St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579777990
  100. SUFFRAGETTES IN AUTOS TO VISIT EAST ST. LOUIS: FLYING SQUADRON OF WOMEN WILL CARRY ON A CRUSADE SHORTLY. TO TAKE COLLECTIONS CAMPAIGN WILL BE WAGED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION. (1910, Oct 07). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579829099
  101. SUFFRAGISTS ON TOUR DESERTED BY COMPATRIOTS: OF EIGHT MILITANT WOMEN SEEKING THEIR RIGHTS, TWO REACH EDVARDSVILLE. THEY FIRE CHAUFFEUR THEN, RATHER THAN DEPEND ON A MAN TO RUN IT, THEY TAKE TO TROLLEYS. (1910, Oct 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579799054
  102. MRS. SNOWDEN TO TALK HERE; SUFFRAGIST, NOT SUFFRAGETTE: THINKS DISTINCTION IS IMPORTANT, FOR HER FOLLOWERS DON’T GO TO JAIL. (1910, Oct 28). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579792422
  103. Martyn, M. (1910, Nov 06). MRS. PHIlLIP SNOWDEN, NOTED SUFFRAGIST FROM OVER THE SEAS, TELLS MARGUERITE MARTYN: “don’t worry about women becoming beasts of burden–they always have been.” “your men place women on a pedestal–I haven’t much use for that pedestal lady.” “as things are now, men and women are virtually enemies.” “surely you american women resent being called idle, aimless, heartless, neurotic.”. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577831184
  104. Martyn, M. (1910, Nov 27). A NEW ALLY FOR SUFFRAGISTS AND WHO DO YOU THINK IT IS? SHAKSPEARE: ELLEN TERRY CONVINCES ST. LOUIS AUDIENCE THAT THE GREAT BARD, BY HIS TYPES OF HEROINES, ADMIRED AND APPROVED SELF-RELIANT, “STRONG-MINDED” WOMEN AND IF THAT DOESN’T DESCRIBE THE TWENTIETH CENTURY WOMAN WHO WANTS TO VOTE, WHAT DOES? St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577858700
  105. WOMEN’S VOTES NEEDED TO MEND MEN’S BLUNDERS: THIS IS ARGUMENT OF MRS. FLORENCE WYMAN RICHARDSON, SUFFRAGIST. HOME IS TOO NARROW MODERN WOMAN NEEDS A BROADER SPHERE, SHE TELLS LIBRARY AUDIENCE. (1910, Dec 29). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579831796
  106. SUFFRAGE IN ILLINOIS: CHANCES FOR BILL PASSING SENATE ARE FAVORABLE. (1911, Mar 22). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579848895
  107. ILLINOIS SENATE PASSES WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE BILL: WOMEN ACCEPT AMENDMENT TO MEASURE APPLYING THE PRINCIPLE OF LOCAL OPTION. “STORK MAYOR” IS WON MISS HARRIET GRIM CREDITED WITH CONVERTING SENATOR WHO WAS ENEMY OF CAUSE. (1911, Mar 23). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579842803
  108. CAMPAIGN APPEAL AIMED AT WOMEN IN EAST ST. LOUIS: ORATORS INVITE THEM AND PARTIES PLEDGE EFFORTS IN BEHALF OF SUFFRAGE. MORE MEETINGS PLANNED BREWERY AGENT CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR PROMISES TO RESIGN JOB IF ELECTED. (1911, Mar 24). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579847301
  109. ADVOCATES WIVES AS HUSBANDS’ TRADE PARTNERS: AGNES REPPLIER WOULD HAVE ST. LOUIS WOMEN OCCUPY SAME POSITION AS FRENCH SISTERS. NOT KEEN ON SUFFRAGE THINKS, HOWEVER, WOMEN SHOULD BE TRAINED FOR IT AND ALSO FOR ECONOMY. (1911, Mar 29). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579829588
  110. Patterson, E. (1911, Mar 31). Parasite women menace nation with disaster: Prof. nearing, in an interview for the post-dispatch, assails the spongers on men who spend as fast as the earner accumulates. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579840650
  111. Martyn, M. (1911, Apr 02). Modern woman’s very worst fault SHE WANTS TO BE SO VERY GENTEEL!: AGNES REPPLIER TELLS MARGUERITE MARTYN: “the school teacher considers her work more genteel than that of the stenographer, who feels above the shop girl, who looks down on the factory girl. who regards her position higher than domestic seivice,” “it is far more humiliating to wait upon the caprices of shoppers than to be mistress of a cook stove.” “suffrage? women are too badlg spoiled, as it is, by having all of their whims gratified.”.St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579880741
  112. Greeley-Smith, N. (1911, Apr 20). Woman should increase brawn: She is no longer the weaker sex, says the militant suffragist who advocates courses in boxing. an interview for the post-dispatch. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579948982
  113. SUFFRAGE BILL GETS A HARD BLOW. (1911, Apr 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579835766
  114. Mrs. bush finds house and moves in while her husband runs railroad: Wife considers making of home her business, signs lease, fixes contracts, and attired in old gowns directs the laborers. (1911, Jun 13). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577835775
  115. Martyn, M. (1911, Oct 29). CHEER UP, MERE MEN, YOU’RE SAFE; MRS. PANKHURST ISN’T LOOKING FOR A DEBATE ON “VOTES FOR WOMEN”: BUT BRITISH SUFFRAGE LEADER WILL PUT WAVERING ST. LOUIS SOCIETY WOMEN ON THE GRILL, SHE TELLS MARGUERITE MARTYN, IN AN INTERVIEW AT LOUISVILLE.St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579950176
  116. HENRY GEORGE JR. PLEADS HERE FOR THE SINGLE TAX: IN ADDRESS TO THE CITY CLUB HE SAYS VANCOUVER HAS TRIED IT WITH GREAT SUCCESS. FAVORS WOMEN VOTING PREDICTS SUFFRAGE IN MISSOURI WILL SOON BE EXTENDED TO BOTH SEXES. (1911, Oct 29). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579876319
  117. ST. LOUIS WOMEN TO AID MRS. PANKHURST: WILL DISTRIBUTE PAMPHLETS WRITTEN BY SUFFRAGE LEADER WHEN SHE LECTURES HERE. (1911, Oct 31). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579863272
  118. LIVELY RUMPUS STOPS PANKHURST FREE BRIDGE TRIP: WOMEN GET EXCITED, FEARING POLITICAL TURN TO SUFFRAGETTE’S VISIT. MAYOR’S FRIENDS BLAMED PLAN TO GET GOOD WORD SPOKEN FOR BOND ISSUE QUICKLY HEADED OFF. (1911, Nov 02). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577856405
  119. Opinions gathered by post-dispatch show that many of the state executives favor ballot for women.: What is your opinion of the women frage movment and the justice of its causet is the sentiment in your state increasing in its favor? what is the outlook for its success in the united states within ten years? (1911, Nov 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579863283
  120. Harper, I. (1911, Nov 23). WHY WOMEN ARE DENIED the BALLOT. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579877178
  121. BISHOP TUTTLE IS OPPOSED TO WOMEN HAVING SUFFRAGE: MAKES A PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT OF HIS POSITION AT CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL. THEIR WORK SUFFICIENT WOMEN, HE SAYS, BEAR FOURSEVENTHS OF THE BURDENS OF MANKIND. (1911, Dec 01). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577861580
  122. GIRL MASQUERADER FINDS MAN’S LOT IS A HARD ONE: MUCH EASIER TO GET ALONG AS A WOMAN–EXPERIENCE DISPELS SUFFRAGE IDEAS. SHE STARTLES THE POLICE LETS SECRET OUT AT HEADQUARTERS AND TELLS OF TRAMPING JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT. (1911, Dec 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577855981
  123. Mrs O H P BELMONTMRS,O.H.P.BELMONT. (1911, Dec 03). MY NEW IDEA for WOMEN: Former mrs. W. K. vanderbilt recognized as the most effective champion of equal rights. will conduct regularly for the post-dispatch a department wherein she hopes women Wil1Find aid, inspiration, advice.St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577856083
  124. Equal suffrage lesgue dance. (1911, Dec 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577862042
  125. Mrs. chas. A. stix routs louis aloe in suffrage debate–and husband, too: She engages in an impromptu debate at the columbian club, going to the assistance of wm. marion reedy. (1911, Dec 08). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577858108
  126. “ATTENTION, FIRST CLASS IN COOKING”: DAUGHTERS AND WIVES OF WEALTHY ST. LOUISANS WHO GO TO CULINARY SCHOOL AND TAKE MORE PRIDE IN MAKING DAINTY DISHES THAN ANY BUTTERFLY ACCOMPLISHMENTS. THEY HAVE ONLY A PASSING INTEREST IN THE QUESTION OF VOTES FOR WOMEN. (1912, Feb 03). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579913840
  127. CITY CLUB HEARS ENGLISH WOMAN ON SUFFRAGE. (1912, Feb 20). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579904962
  128. MOTHERS HERE IN CONGRESS DIVIDED ON SUFFRAGE ISSUE: LESS THAN HALF OF 40 INTERVIEWED FAVOR ADDING DUTY OF VOTING TO HOME WORK. MISSOURI WOMEN JOIN FORMAL ADMISSION OF STATE MEMBERS TO NATIONAL ORGANIZATION TODAY ASSURED. (1912, Mar 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577868773
  129. LADY LIKE OR NOT, JANE ADDAMS IS SEEKING BALLOT: NOTED WOMAN TELLS CITY CLUB SUFFRAGE CAMPAIGN WILL SURELY WIN. (1912, Apr 06). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577960195
  130. To lecture an woman suffrage. (1912, Apr 07). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577879623
  131. St. louis suffragists, like dr. anna shaw, decry the ‘women first’ rule on sea: Mrs. robert atkinson, president of missouri league, would except children only. fire at plue street. (1912, Apr 24). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577865346
  132. INSTRUCTION FOR ALL AGES IN CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT: MINOR’S CARTOONS ARE FEATURES, OF SUFFRAGE AND CHILD LABOR DEPARTMENTS. SCHOOLS’ WORK IS SHOWN MAPS SHOW BAD EFFECT ON NEIGHBORHOODS OF UNSUPERVISED DANCE HALLS. (1912, May 02). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579907677
  133. CARDELL, R. M. (1912, May 11). The jarr family mrs. jarr will be an observer only at the great suffragette parade. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577872410
  134. Martyn, M. (1912, Jun 17). Miss martyn sees suffrage meeting turned into a bully roosevelt rally: Post-dispatch correspondent is informed by california woman delegate that the suffragist should be free of home ties. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579971284
  135. WOMEN LAWYERS WHO ORGANIZE CLUB THAT WILL DISCUSS SUFFRAGE, CIVICS AND LIKE: NEWEST ST. LOUIS CLUB IS FORMED BY WOMEN LAWYERS MRS. VICTORIA WHITNEY IS PRESIDENT AND MISS CAROLINE THUMMEL VICE-PRESIDENT. (1912, Jul 18). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579918098
  136. Chooteau place women to organize to make city do its duty by them; leaders in movement taxpayers: Damage resulting from inadequate sewers in recent storm leads to action. (1912, Jul 19). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579905823
  137. SUFFRAGETTES PLAN CAPTURE OF MILLINERS: ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO GET THEM TO LEAD VOTES-FORWOMEN MOVEMENT. WILL BE ENTERTAINED ST. LOUIS WOMEN DECIDE TO HAVE HEART-TO-HEART TALK WITH VISITORS. (1912, Jul 28). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579928037
  138. SUFFRAGISTS TO SPEAK: WOMEN’S LEAGUE SUPPER AT Y. W. C. A. TUESDAY. (1912, Aug 11). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579884445
  139. Martyn, M. (1912, Aug 18). WOMAN ON THE FIRING LINE IN POLITICS: ALL THREE PARTIES, FOR THE FIRST TIME, ENLIST FEMININE ADVOCATES FOR WORK IN THE FIELD AND ON BOARDS OF STRATEGY MARGUERITE MARTYN POINTS OUT THE WOMEN WHO HAVE BEEN NAMED FOR HIGH PLACES IN CAMPAIGN COUNCILS AND URGES THEIR ST. LOUIS SISTERS TO GET INTO THE GAME.St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579883902
  140. 75 MILLINERS ARE GUESTS OF EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE: WOMAN SPEAKER AT SUPPER AT Y. W. C. A. DECLARES THAT WOMEN “MUST FIGHT.” PASTOR AGREES WITH HER DR. JOHN L. BRANDT, ONLY MAN PRESENT, QUOTES BIBLE TO SUPPORT DEMAND FOR VOTE. (1912, Aug 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579925628
  141. ST. LOUIS WOMAN TAKES THE STUMP FOR GOV. WILSON: MRS. ANITA CALVERT BOURGEOISE, ATTORNEY AND SUFFRAGIST, TO MAKE MANY SPEECHES. (1912, Aug 30). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579912563
  142. ST. LOUIS ACTRESS WILSON SPEAKER AND ORGANIZER: MISS WILLETTE KERSHAW IS ONE OF TWO WOMEN ON STUMP IN THE EAST. (1912, Sep 08). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577882912
  143. Suffrage league to meet. (1912, Sep 15). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577891476
  144. SUFFRAGE IS OF SMALL MOMENT, PRELATE ASSERTS: ARCHBISHOP IRELAND DECLARES PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN IS MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION. ARRIVES IN ST. LOUIS CHURCH DIGNITARIES HERE ON RETURN FROM DEDICATION OF CATHEDRAL IN WICHITA. (1912, Sep 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577893413
  145. SUFFRAGE TO BE A TOPIC AT STATE W. C. T. U. MEETING: VOTES AND LEGISLATION FOR WOMEN TO BE DISCUSSED AT ANNUAL BANQUET. FIRST SESSION WEDNESDAY ORATORICAL CONTEST FOR DIAMOND MEDAL TO BE TUESDAY NIGHT. (1912, Sep 22). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577930630FOR HAPPY HOME MAN MUST RULE WITH IRON HAND: GUSTAVE SCHLECHT AT SILVER WEDDING IMPARTS SECRET OF MARITAL BLISS. CALLS SUFFRAGE A CURSE DECLARES WOMAN MAN’S INFERIOR, AND THAT SHE MUST KNOW IT–HUSBAND IS GENERAL. (1912, Nov 29). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579215513
  146. SUFFRAGE PARADE TO OPEN CARNIVAL: SOCIETY WOMEN TO BE IN FRANKLIN AVENUE EXHIBITION. (1912, Sep 28). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577884337
  147. PARADE HOOTS TOO MILD TO SATISFY WOMEN: THEY HOPED FOR SCORN INSTEAD OF GOOD-NATURED JEERS TO PROVE MOVEMENT IS TAKEN SERIOUSLY. BUT OPE OLD MAN IN CROWDS ALONG ROUTE SEEMED TO BE ANGERED BY DEMONSTRATION–MARCHERS PLEASED. HUSBANDS AND MEN FRIENDS WHO TAKE PART IN PROCESSION ARE ACCLAIMED REAL HEROES. (1912, Oct 01). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579171081
  148. SUFFRAGISTS MAKE MRS. GEO. GILLIAM STATE PRESIDENT: “SUFFRAGE FOR MISSOURI IN 1914,” IS FIRST ADOPTED BY ASSOCIATION. (1912, Oct 06). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577895571
  149. VOTES FOR WOMEN WANTED IN STATE SCHOOL ELECTIONS: DIRECTORS OF STATE FEDERATION OF CLUBS DEMAND PARTIAL SUFFRAGE. BOOKS ARE TOO COSTLY MOVEMENT TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS OF RURAL INSTRUCTION ARE DISCUSSED. (1912, Oct 10). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577885344
  150. ST. LOUIS CENTER OF MISSOURI-WIDE SUFFRAGE FIGHT: MRS. EDNA FISCHEL GELLHORN, NEWLY ELECTED STATE ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT, IN CHARGE. MEN AND SUFFRAGETTES ALL TRADESMEN TO BE ENLISTED IN GIVING “EQUAL-RIGHTS CAUSE” PUBLICITY. (1912, Oct 20). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577899827
  151. James, W. (1912, Oct 23). SUFFRAGE RALLY NOV. 16; MEETINGS IN MANY WARDS: COMMITTEES OF WOMEN PREPARED FOR MOST PRETENTIOUS DEMONSTRATION CITY HAS KNOWN. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577891353
  152. EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE OFFERS A PRIZE FOR POSTER: ACCEPTED DESIGN WILL BE USED FOR TWO YEARS’ CAMPAIGN BEGINNING SUFFRAGE DAY. (1912, Oct 27). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577891312
  153. Martyn, M. (1912, Nov 10). St. louis peeress-to-be is a suffragette miss thornburgh’s fiance not converted YET. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579237067
  154. Missouri suffragists to organize for fight for ballot. (1912, Nov 15). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579242799
  155. SUFFRAGIST OPPOSITION. (1912, Nov 16). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579174932
  156. Suffragists’ attempts to speak to theater audience fail “votes for women” day is a big success otherwise: FOLA LA FOLLETTE DISAPPOINTED AT TWO PLAYHOUSES shubert manager hadn’t heard of speaking arrangement–no-time at olympic. REEDY FORCES ATTENTION meeings held in interest of equal suffrage at many centers in the city. (1912, Nov 17). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579187647
  157. SUFFRAGE POSTER OF POST-DISPATCH ARTIST WINS PRIZE. (1912, Nov 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579181359
  158. THE ANTISUFFRAGE LEADER’S OBJECTION. (1912, Nov 21). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579183110
  159. Special to the Post-Dispatch. (1912, Nov 24). ST. LOUIS WOMEN LEAD FIGHT FOR JANE ADDAMS; WIN: THEY DEFEAT, IN SUFFRAGIST CONVENTION, AMENDMENT SUGGESTED BY MRS. BELMONT. MRS. O’NEIL IS ELOQUENT MRS. GEORGE GELLHORN MAKES EFFECTIVE SPEECH AND MRS. KNEFLER READS REPORT. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579179382
  160. Debate on woman suffrage. (1912, Dec 01). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579241191
  161. Greeley-Smith, N. (1912, Dec 02). Should the national government undertake the regulation of costumes for our women. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579243346
  162. NOBLEMAN VISITS HIS FIANCEE HERE; HE’S A SUFFRAGIST: SIR WILFRID PEEK, AT MISS THORNBURGH’S HOME, SAYS ST. LOUIS IS FINE. UP LATE FOR HIS “TUB” MISSES BY A MINUTE CHANCE TO COLLECT ST BECAUSE 24-HOUR TRAIN IS LATE. (1912, Dec 23). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579241348
  163. CHAS. BATES. (1913, Jan 06). WHY ST. LOUIS SHOULD HAVE HOME RULE. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579212920
  164. A PROGRAM OF LEGISLATION. (1913, Jan 07). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579243119
  165. EQUAL OR UNEQUAL SUFFRAGE? (1913, Jan 12). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579267684
  166. “ENFRANCHISE WOMAN TO EMANCIPATE MAN”: IF SHE HAS VOTE, MAN WILL BE FREE TO DEVELOP IN OWN WAY, SAYS OSCAR LEONARD. (1913, Jan 22). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579206730
  167. SUFFRAGISTS PLAN ROUSING WELCOME TO DR. ANNA SHAW: YOUNG WOMEN IN EVENING GOWNS TO USHER WHEN SHE LECTURES AT ODEON, FEB. 5. (1913, Jan 31). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/579215384
  168. Martyn, M. (1913, Feb 02). JEFF CITY, LOOK OUT FOR TRAIN OF SUFFRAGISTS: MYSTERIOUS SIGNS INDICATE ONSLAUGHT ON LEGISLATURE IS PLANNED HERE DR. ANNA SHAW COMING OF COURSE NOBODY KNOWS BUT THE WOMEN ARE QUIETOMINOUSLY QUIET. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922)Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577895851
  169. DR. ANNA SHAW, SUFFRAGIST HEAD, HERE TO SPEAK: ADDRESS AT ODEON TONIGHT FOLLOWS RECEPTION AT HOTEL JEFFERSON. PARTY THEN TO CAPITAL WILL URGE VOTES FOR WOMEN UPON JOINT COMMITTEE OF LEGISLATURE IN SENATE CHAMBER. (1913, Feb 05). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577905752
  170. Martyn, M. (1913, Feb 06). LEGISLATORS CHEER AS DR. ANNA SHAW ARGUES SUFFRAGE: MISSOURI ASSEMBLY HEARS NOTED LECTURER MAKE PLEA FOR VOTESFOR-WOMEN. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577899470
  171. McAULIFFE, J. (1913, Feb 11). “DRYS” OF HOUSE UNITE IN PLAN TO BLOCK HOME RULE. St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577891371
  172. MISSOURI AND THE INITIATIVE; 6 TIMES INVOKED; 6 DEFEATS: LEGISLATURE NOW MAKING ATTEMPT TO HOBBLE THE LAW. (1913, Feb 16). St.Louis Post – Dispatch (1879-1922) Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.slpl.org/docview/577896533

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