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  St. Louis Equal Suffrage League Founded
Brief Description:  The St. Louis Equal Suffrage League was founded in 1910 to promote voting rights for women. In 1910, Mary Ezit Bulkey and nine other women met to organize the St. Louis Equal Suffrage League. The League made attempts to cross lines of color and class when educating the public about the topic of suffrage. The League operated for 10 years and then disbanded in 1920 to form the League of Women Voters of St. Louis.
Year:  1910
Decade:  1910 - 1919
Beginning Date:    1910

In Her Place: A Guide to St. Louis Women's History



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