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Exhibit - Women's Suffrage Movement in LA

June 5 - Sept. 26, 2010 



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 Los Angeles, CA--Their rights and nothing less! That's the theme of an upcoming exhibit at Heritage Square Museum that celebrates the 90th anniversary of the women's suffrage movement in Los Angeles and the nation. What is suffrage? The right of women to vote and to run for office. In the United States women were allowed to vote beginning in 1920. Voting rights for women were introduced into international law in 1948 when the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. A women still has not been voted into the office of President some 90 years later in the U.S. The exhibit offers many unique items and collections surrounding this subject. It will be held at Heritage Square, Los Angeles, CA.


Woman (docent) in photo wears sash, "Votes for Women" at historic building in Los Angeles Heritage Square Museum complex


Heritage Square Museum 3800 Homer Street Los Angeles 323-225-2700

This complex of historic homes on a tree-lined boulevard began in 1969 as a living history museum. Through guided tours of eight historic structures and ever-changing exhibits, Heritage Square transports guests back in time to an era when electricity was a novelty, a trip to the beach was often a full-weekend activity, and manners were distinctly different from those of today.


In addition to free museum day co-sponsored by Museums of the Arroyo, many exhibits are featured such as the Vintage Doll Exhibit, and an Annual Victorian Tea and Fashion Show






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