Northwestern University and Woman Suffrage

Title

Northwestern University and Woman Suffrage

Subject

women's suffrage, Catharine Waugh McCulloch, Northwestern University

Description

To show that educators are in favor of woman suffrage, Catharine McCulloch asked Northwestern University faculty about their opinions on women's suffrage. Of the 80 that replied, 58 were in favor of women's suffrage, 9 noncommittal, and 13 against, indicating that a majority of these educated people supported the vote for women. McCulloch then published their opinions in this booklet.

Creator

Catharine Waugh McCulloch

Source

EHC Collection 214, Box 1, Folder 3

Publisher

Evanston History Center

Date

1909

Contributor

Evanston Women's History Project

Rights

Courtesy of EHC and EWHP

Language

English

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