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Name Women -- Nebraska

Associated Records

Image of RG1026.AM - RG1026 Gilmer, Bessie May (Tucker), 1898-1992

RG1026.AM - RG1026 Gilmer, Bessie May (Tucker), 1898-1992

The collection consists of reminiscences of Bessie May (Tucker) Gilmer of Lincoln, Nebraska. These reminiscences trace Gilmer's life as a child, teacher, and wife in northeast Nebraska, the Sandhills, and Lincoln, Nebraska. She writes about her parents, siblings, friends, neighbors, and her husband, Robert Gilmer, as well as their children. She makes observations on various things including education in Nebraska; the Kinkaid Act; how to build a sod house; weather; her boyfriends; influenze; and the Great Depression.

Image of RG1058.AM - RG1058 Philbrick, Inez Celia, 1866-1966

RG1058.AM - RG1058 Philbrick, Inez Celia, 1866-1966

This collection consists of one box of manuscript material arranged in three series: (1) General Correspondence, 1894-1844; (2) Printed Matter, and (3) Scrapbook. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence and printed matter relating to Dr. Philbrick's activities in support of women's suffrage, euthanasia, and education. Correspondents include: Anthony, Susan B., 1894, 1903; Bryan, Mary B., 1900, 1906; Pankhurst, Emmeline (Goulden), 1911; Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1902; and Teller, Henry Moore, 1907.

Image of RG1073.AM - RG1073 Nebraska Woman Suffrage Association

RG1073.AM - RG1073 Nebraska Woman Suffrage Association

This collection, records of the Nebraska Woman Suffrage Association, is arranged as follows: Series 1 - Correspondence, 1910-1920, n.d. Series 2 - Minutes, 1910-1920, n.d. Series 3 - Miscellaneous business records, 1913-1920, n.d. Series 4 - Printed matter, 1888-1920, n.d. Series 5 - Court case materials, c. 1918 Series 6 - Miscellany The materials in this collection relate to the operation of the Nebraska Woman Suffrage Association, particularly in the years 1910 to 1920, chronicling its efforts to secure the vote for women in the state of Nebraska. The records concentrate on official business, media coverage, relationship to the national organization, and details of the 1917-1919 c