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About the Collection
This collection of documents provides a glimpse into the lives of North Carolina women as they changed history in our state and the nation during the 19th and 20th centuries. It focuses on documents gathered from across the holdings of the State Archives, including Private Collections, Organization Records, and State Agency Records. While this collection provides an overview of the materials available, it is not an exhaustive survey of women's history materials at the State Archives.
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Pro-Woman Suffrage Circular: What Every Woman Knows
Pro-Woman Suffrage Circular: Women Vote Under These Flags
Pro-Woman Suffrage Circular: North Carolina Women Do Want the Vote
Pro-Woman Suffrage Circular: Who Represents Her?
Letter from Fred S. Ross to Lillian Exum Clement, January 29, 1904
Letter from Bertha Clement to Lillian Exum, Nancy, and Elizabeth Clement, September 20, 1912
Letter from William Garrett Brown to Lillian Exum Clement, December 30, 1912
Letter from Fred S. Ross to Lillian Exum Clement, June 21, 1904
Letter from Walter Clark to Lillian Exum Clement, June 7, 1920
Letter from Elias Eller Stafford to Lillian Exum Clement, 1920