The Missouri Historical Review
Published by The State Historical Society of Missouri
Volume XIV, Nos. 3-4 April-July, 1920
History of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Missouri
edited by Miss Mary Semple Scott
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Nos. 3-4, April-July, 1920, p. 282 ff.
Contributors: abbreviated list
- Mrs. Robert Atkinson, first president of the Missouri
Equal Suffrage Association, 1910-1912; a leader in the 1910 suffrage movement.
- Mrs. E. M. Grossman, member executive board of the St. Louis Equal Suffrage League
and of the Missouri Woman Suffrage; noted for her constructive work in passage of
- Miss Mary Semple Scott, editor The Missouri Woman, 1916-19;
member St. Louis Suffrage City Central Committee and State Board; during the war
[World War I] was
ward chairman St. Louis Women's Division, Council National Defense for Registration
- Miss Florence Weigle, St. Louis lawyer; president St. Louis Woman's Suffrage League.
- Miss Marie B. Ames, sent to Missouri as National Field
Director by the National American Woman Suffrage Association to assist in passing of
the Missouri Presidential Suffrage Bill in the 1919 Legislature. Since March, 1919,
has organized and conducted Citizenship Schools in Missouri cities and towns. Is
Regional Citizenship Director of Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, and