Woman and Temperance: or, The Work and Workers of The Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Title

Woman and Temperance: or, The Work and Workers of The Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Subject

Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
Temperance -- United States -- Societies, etc.

Description

Frances Willard transformed the Women’s Christian Temperance Union into a strong advocate of woman suffrage and brought the group into the political arena, actively campaigning for candidates across the nation. This work includes the biographies of Mary Livermore, Mother Stewart, and Annie Wittenmyer, as well as a portrait of Willard herself, written by Mary Lathbury.

Creator

Willard, Frances E. (1839-1898)

Source

Title page

Publisher

Hartford: Park Publishing Co.

Date

1883

Files

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Citation

Willard, Frances E. (1839-1898), “Woman and Temperance: or, The Work and Workers of The Woman's Christian Temperance Union,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed April 13, 2024, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/45.