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The foreword of the 1920 Ward-Belmont yearbook, Milestones. This was published after 18 August 1920, when Tennessee became the needed state to ratify the 19th Amendment.

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Eva is from Missouri and truly she has to be "shown." She appears to be very quiet but just mention "woman suffrage" and her tongue is loosed. She is ambitious and works hard and the only thing that calls her from her Chemistry is a suffrage…

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Doctor Hollinshead gave us a most beneficial and sincere talk on "patriotism" at our last club meeting. He impressed upon us the fact that equal suffrage has given us the right to vote, by which we can use our influence inputting honorable, capable…

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Instead of the regular Sunday-school services last Sunday week, Ward-Belmont listened to lectures by three noted speakers from the Suffragist Convention.
Miss Mary Johnson, the author, gave a very optimistic talk in which she told of the three great…

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Is it unpatriotic to criticize the proposed Peace Plan and League of Nations?
What do you think of Senator Borah from Idaho, who refused President Wilson's invitation to dine with him and the Committee on Foreign Relations next Tuesday so they could…

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The women didn't vote in Sodom and Gomorrah,
No suffrage rights had they;
And this ought to fill the anti-suffs with horrah,
Where are them towns today?

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Women are citizens and wish to do their civic duty.
Working women need the ballot to regulate conditions under which they work.
Do working men think that they can protect themselves without the right to vote?
Housekeepers need the ballot to…

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On Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock Miss Townsend served tea in her studio to some of her friends who were in Nashville as delegates to the Suffrage Convention. Among those present were Miss Martin, of Montana, and Mrs. Townsend and Mrs. Page, of…

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At the chapel service Monday morning, November 16, we had the unusual pleasure of hearing Rosalie Jones, better known as General Jones, of New York City.
Miss Jones spoke of her delight in speaking to a body of students, and of the fact that the…

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Last Thursday Mrs. Solon Jacobs of Birmingham, Alabama, spoke to the assembled student body on women suffrage. Mrs. Jacobs, who attended Ward Seminary as a girl, is now President of the Women Suffrage League, and one of the foremost leaders in the…
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