Making History: Transcribe is made possible in part by federal funding provided through the Library Services and Technology Act program administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Equal Suffrage League: General Assembly Index cards, 1920.--EXPORTED

The Equal Suffrage League of Virginia was organized in 1909 in Richmond, Virginia. Its primary purpose was to publicize and propagandize women's issues in the state, with the goal to win the political vote. Virginia was one of the six states which did not ratify the amendment. The final board meeting of the previous Equal Suffrage League was on November 8, 1920, and it became the League of Women Voters on November 10, 1920.

These index cards were kept by members of the Equal Suffrage League to keep track of the position of General Assembly members regarding suffrage.