[Libs-Or] Women's suffrage

Rose Flores Medlock rfmedlock at gmail.com
Tue Jan 14 21:46:11 PST 2020

Hi Stephanie,

You may want to reach out to the Oregon Historical Society for
recommendations. As a member of The Cabinet
<https://ohs.org/about-us/board/the-cabinet.cfm> at OHS, I've heard
positive comments about the upcoming exhibit "Nevertheless, They Persisted:
The Nineteenth Amendment and Women's Voting Rights
<https://ohs.org/museum/exhibits/nevertheless-they-persisted.cfm>," and
it's possible someone at the organization or a contributor to the work
would be able to help.


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On Thu, Jan 9, 2020 at 4:07 PM Stephanie Rubel <srubel at ccrls.org> wrote:

> Greetings!
> I am looking for a speaker on Women's suffrage for the Centennial of the
> 19th Amendment. I was hoping fellow librarians would have a recommendation.
> (Ideally, I would like someone who is also willing to address the racism of
> the suffragettes, though that won't be the focus.)
> Thanks in advance!
> *Stephanie Rubel*
> *Library Assistant*
> *Stayton Public Library*
> 515 N. 1st Ave, Stayton, OR
> 503-769-3313 | srubel at ccrls.org
> staytonlibrary.org <http://stayton.plinkit.org/>

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