Papers of Grace A. Johnson in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1840-1952: Subseries A-E


Papers of Grace A. Johnson in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1840-1952: Subseries A-E, 1840-1952 (inclusive)

Papers of Grace A. Johnson in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1840-1952: Subseries A-E


Subseries A-E (Personal and biographical; Courses taught, lectures, writings, and speeches; Correspondence; Suffrage and women's political participation; and Prohibition) of the Grace Johnson Papers in the Woman's Rights Collection include reminiscences; lectures with accompanying notes and outlines for classes; speeches; correspondence; and notes, reports, publications, etc. concerning her work for suffrage, women's rights, and prohibition.

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