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"Founder of the First Women's School of Law in Capital Seeks Equal Jury Rights" newspaper reproduction, undated
Reproduced newspaper headline of Ellen Spencer Mussey and the Washington College of Law.
"General John A. Logan and Mrs. Mary A. Logan," The Courier, December 1911
Article from The Courier, volume XVIII, number 3, December 1911
"Group Wearing Costumes from the Biblical Museum of the American University," The Courier, June 1913
Article from The Courier, volume XX, number 1, June 1913
"In Honor of Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey," circa 1930
Flyer calling for donations to help get Mussey’s name included on a memorial that the National League of Women Voters was putting together. Reprinted in the Women’s City Bulletin.
"Lauds Flappers at Dinner in Honor of Miss Gillett," unknown publication, circa 1922
One of a handful of articles about Emma Gillette's 70th birthday dinner, notes how Gillett was seen by other prominent suffragists.
"Madame Mountford and Her Palestinian Museum," The Courier, March 1911
Article from The Courier, volume XVII, number 4, March 1911
"Madame Mountford in the Museum," The Courier, December 1909
Image from The Courier, volume XVI, number 3, December 1909
"Madame Mountford's (Lydia Mamreoff Von Finkelstein" $50,000 Oriental Collection for the American University," The Courier, June 1909
Article from The Courier, volume XVI, number 1, June 1909
"Meaning of Separate Citizenship for Women Explained by Lawyer," Washington Post, 17 February 1923
Clipping from the February 17, 1923 issue of the Washington Post. Summarizes a recent interview with Mussey regarding the Cable Act. Law did away with naturalization at the altar and loss of American citizenship when women married foreign men.
"Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Somers," The Courier, April 1918
Article from The Courier, volume XXIV, number 3, April 1918