|Your search for " American Woman's Republic-Convention " returned 3 records . Click the thumbnail for the full record.|
|The Senate of the American Woman’s Republic met for the first time on June 22, 1912. This report of their first meeting is a summary of actions taken, including the swearing of Senate President Alma Moore and passage of several bills.|
|This collection of documents includes reports of the Resolutions Committee, the Committee on the League, the Committee on Industrial Commerce, Finance, Organization and Credentials and the Committee on the Declaration and Constitution of the Republic of the American Woman’s Republic. These committees met during the Convention in June 1912. Some pages are typed. Many have pencil notations. Some are officially signed, either by the officers or by all members present. This collection may have been used to prepare Convention coverage for the “Woman’s National Weekly.”|
|This collection includes letters and telegrams sent to Edward Gardner Lewis and the American Woman’s Republic meeting in Convention in June 1912 by members and chapters across the country. They reflect the loyalty and support for Mr. Lewis, despite the legal and financial problems and demise of the American Woman’s League.|
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