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Charlotte Deming papers

2011-17-0

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Identifier: 2011-17-0
Scope and Contents The Charlotte Deming papers (2011-17-0, ,42 linear feet) consist of programs related to her performances in Litchfield, New York City, and Westchester, 1882-1924. Deming played violin with a number of groups and venues. The papers consist mostly of programs, and also news clippings, publications and ephemera related to music business and concerts, items related to the Women's String Orchestra Society of New York and the Musicians Club of New York, and an 1898 receipt for a grand piano...
Dates: Created: 1882-1924; Other: Date acquired: 03/04/2012

Litchfield Equal Franchise League records

1940-03-0

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Identifier: 1940-03-0
Scope and Contents A half-document box of records relating to the Litchfield Equal Franchise League, organized Sept. 5, 1913. It was an auxiliary of the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, which had as its mission the securing of the ratification of the 20th Amendment and preparing women for voting. Frances E. Hickox was the first president, serving 1913-1914. Adelaide Deming served next through at least 1920.A speech given by interntionally-renowned reformer and women's rights advocate Rev....
Dates: Created: 1913-1920; Other: Date acquired: 01/08/1940