Jane McCallum: Suffrage Movement


This is an online exhibit from the Austin History Center and the Austin Public Library and draws from materials form the Jane McCallum Papers and highlights the work of the Austin Suffrage Association and women who played key roles in the movement. The majority of the materials in this online exhibit are part of the Jane Y. McCallum Papers (collection number FP E.4) held by the Austin History Center. Documenting not only the suffrage movement in Texas but also McCallum's personal and professional life, the Jane Y. McCallum Papers consist of thirty-seven linear feet (roughly 65,000 pages) of correspondence, diaries and other manuscripts. Researchers interested in this, or any, manuscript collection can contact the Austin History Center's reference service for more information.
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http://www.austinlibrary.com/ahc/suffrage/default.htm Disclaimer: this does not appear to be a resource that we own or control.

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Austin History Center
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