1917 Class Will "Gertrude Dunmore gives and bequeaths to the Social and Civic Club and undying faith in women and a suffrage banner"

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1917 Class Will "Gertrude Dunmore gives and bequeaths to the Social and Civic Club and undying faith in women and a suffrage banner"

Description

In the 1917 Class Will, student Gertrude Dunmore expressed a desire for the Social and Civic Club to persist in its “undying faith in Woman” after her graduation, and left the organization a suffrage banner. Dunmore’s bequest suggests that the Social and Civic Club was involved in suffrage activism, though the group never publicly expressed its political sentiments.

Creator

The Microcosm

Source

Simmons University Archive, Yearbook Collection

Date

1917

Citation

The Microcosm, “1917 Class Will "Gertrude Dunmore gives and bequeaths to the Social and Civic Club and undying faith in women and a suffrage banner",” Suffrage at Simmons, accessed May 21, 2022, https://beatleyweb.simmons.edu/suffrage/items/show/25.

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