Doris Stevens Played By Laura Fraser: Iron Jawed Angels : HBO Films Full Schedule. HBO Films Home. IJA Home. Synopsis. In Their Own Words. Photos and Video. Cast and Crew. Suffrage History. Get Involved. Community. Played by Laura Fraser. Doris Stevens (18921963) Played by Laura Fraser. Doris Stevens (1892-1963) Doris Stevens joined with Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, Mabel Commission of Women (1924-48). Doris Stevens died March 22, 1963. http://www.hbo.com/films/ironjawedangels/cast/characters/dorisstevens.html
Extractions: Doris Stevens joined with Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, Mabel Vernon, Olympia Brown, Mary Ritter Beard, Belle LaFollette, Helen Keller, Maria Montessori, Dorothy Day and Crystal Eastman to form the Congressional Union for Women Suffrage (CUWS) in 1913. The women attempted to introduce the militant methods used by the Women's Social and Political Union in Britain. This included organizing huge demonstrations and the daily picketing of the White House. Over the next couple of years the police arrested nearly 500 women for loitering and 168 were jailed for "obstructing traffic". By 1914 the CUWS had a membership of 4,500 and had raised more than $50,000 for its campaign. The following year Stevens was the organizer of the National Convention of Women Voters. The Congressional Union for Women Suffrage became the National Woman's Party (NWP) in 1916. Stevens, who published Jailed for Freedom in 1920, was member of the NWP's national council between 1931 and 1936. She was also chairman of the Inter-American Commission of Women (1924-48). Doris Stevens died March 22, 1963.
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Doris Stevens Doris Stevens 18921963. Doris Stevens was a very special woman. Shewas born October 26, 1892 in Omaha, Nebraska. She was special http://www2.lhric.org/pocantico/womenenc/stevens.htm
Extractions: Doris Stevens was a very special woman. She was born October 26, 1892 in Omaha, Nebraska. She was special because she was one of the women that was a supporter of women's suffrage in the early 1910s. Doris graduated from Oberlin College in 1911 and began settlement work in Cleveland, Ohio. Settlement houses were places that provided community services to those who were underprivileged. When she asked the Cleveland government to make her an inspector of the tenements (run down places) where her clients lived, they told her she could volunteer. Doris went back to Oberlin to teach from 1911-1912. She became vice-principal of Oberlin High School. After working to get women the right to vote in Ohio, Michigan. and Montana without success, Doris joined with Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, Mabel Vernon, Olympia Brown, Mary Ritter Beard, Belle LaFollete, Helen Keller, Maria Montessori, Dorothy Day, and Crystal Eastman to form the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage in 1913. She thought that the right to vote would have to come with a constitutional amendment. Doris Stevens went to jail just like Alice Paul and Lucy Burns and in 1920 she wrote Jailed for Freedom.
Listing Of Authors Abbott, John S. C. ( John Stevens Cabot), 18051877 Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768. Stevens, Doris, 1892-1963. Stevenson, Burton Egbert, 1872-1962 http://www.e-text.worldwide-library.org/listing_of_authors.htm
Extractions: Access Restrictions Access. Unrestricted. Originals are closed; use microfilm M-78. Ruth Hale, a journalist and founder of the Lucy Stone League, was born in 1886 in Rogersville, Hawkins County Tennessee, to Richard Hale and Annie Riley Hale. She attended Hollins Institute in Roanoke, Virginia, and Drexel Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. She married Heywood Campbell Broun, a newspaper columnist, on June 6, 1917 and their son was born on March 10, 1918. Ruth Hale and Heywood Broun were divorced on November 17, 1933 in Nogales, Mexico. Ruth Hale began her career as a journalist with the Hearst Bureau, in Washington D.C. when she was eighteen. She was subsequently a drama critic and sports writer for
Extractions: The papers of Alma Lutz were deposited with the Schlesinger Library in 1965, 1967, and in 1968 by Alma Lutz. The papers form a report of the National Woman's Party's activity from 1921 to 1961. The main thrust of the National Woman's Party's work was directed towards passage of an Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution. The National Woman's Party was also concerned with the issues of protective legislation, equality for working women, women and jury service and the international status of women. Alma Lutz aided the National Woman's Party in its national and international campaigns for women's equality by serving as a member of the party's National Council, as literature chairman and as contributing editor to the party organ EQUAL RIGHTS. Alma Lutz also participated in international conferences attended by the National Woman's Party as well as remaining an active member of the Massachusetts Branch of the party. The papers document Alma Lutz's contribution and the National Woman's Party's effort in the movement for the equality of women.
Extractions: Lake County Genealogical Society Willoughby Township Willoughby Village Cemetery Section G Row 9 Proofed 13 Oct 2003 Name Sec- tion Row Stone # Inscription Symbols Comments Moore, John D. G WW flagholder upright gov't marble Nau, Christian G Father/ Christian Nau/ 1860-1940 Minadeo, Michael Minadeo, Antonette G Minadeo/ Michael/ 1866-1951/ Antonette/ 1866-1936 Ivy; cross with ivy Higgins, Evelyn E. Higgins, George H. G Higgins/ Mother/ Evelyn E./ 1856-1936/ Father/ George H./ 1852-1939 Conder, Ford Jr. Conder, Bessie Conder, Ford G Conder/ Ford Jr./ 1928-1936/ Bessie/ 1889-1956/ Ford/ 1887-1963 Wild roses; Ladies Aux. flagholder red stone Di Palma, Valerdino Antonio G Doser, Mollie Doser, William E. G Doser/ Mother/ Mollie/ 1893 1982/ Father/ William E./ 1898 1989 Roses Buxton, Alice R. G Alice R./ Buxton/ 1896 1985 Roses Sebrell, Harry G U.S. flagholder upright gov't marble Porter, Anna V. Porter, Jay A. G Porter/ Anna V./ 1888-1942/ Jay A./ 1887-1942 Moncrief, O. Evelyn Porter G Daughter/ O. Evelyn Porter/ Moncrief/ 1920-1975 Kennedy, Clay G Clay Kennedy/ 1902 1943/ (night must fall) name in script Kennedy, Jennie M.
Names Index Page 7 APR 1964) Benallack, Millicent Taylor (18921963) Benallack, Nancy Francis (1908-1929)Hauser, Doris (1893-1935 Margaret (1813-1886) Stevens, Arthur Melbourne http://www.netspeed.com.au/dryandra1/pvbenallack html/names1.htm
Names Index Page William Frank (Private) BLAKE, Doris Elsie (Private Private-) BLAKE, William Thomas(1892-1963) CASANELIA, Alan SHEEHAN, Paul (Private-) Stevens, Terry (Private http://www.netspeed.com.au/dryandra1/pvbeynon html/names1.html
Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888 Jacques le Fataliste et son maitre. http//www.mozambook.net/, msr,pdffre. Stevens,Doris, 1892-1963, 1005966. Jailed For Freedom. http//gutenberg.net/, txt,htm-eng. http://hzeid.free.fr/tj.htm
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INDEX Stevens. Harold John (18891978) Harriet Ann (1841-1847) Harriet Maude (1890-1937)Harry Lewis (1894-1976) Hattie Louise (1892-1963) Hazel Estelle Doris ( - ) http://members.tripod.com/~aowen/Strang/fowndx6.htm
Index Volume 2, by Bentzon, Th., 18401907 Jacqueline Volume 3, by Bentzon, Th., 1840-1907Jailed For Freedom, by Stevens, Doris, 1892-1963 James Nasmyth Engineer http://www.elbooks.sk/angdieloJ.html