"They are still at it" – Women’s Suffrage in Arizona
A compilation of documents, reports, newspaper clippings, and other ephemera about the Women’s Suffrage movement from materials in the State of Arizona Research Library, spanning from 1863 to 2011.
Women’s Suffrage Research Topic
Discover letters, reports, newspapers, photographs, and more selected from the rich historical collections of the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records.
Click here to view the Arizona State Archives' Women’s Suffrage Collection.
Select "hot topics" and "Women's Suffrage Collection."
Women's Suffrage Centennial Reading List
A list of books assembled by the Arizona Center for the Book at the Arizona State Library exploring the history of women's suffrage for readers of all ages. State Library staff, Arizona librarians, and members of Questers International helped compile this list.
Women of Arizona on Reading Arizona
Ebooks and audiobooks about the diverse group of women who shaped Arizona history.
Voting Rights Timeline
This timeline denotes milestones in the uneven expansion of voting rights in America, highlighting those who were enfranchised, and noting those who were not. It is a resource intended to support ongoing education about voting rights and what that means for equity and equality in this country.
In Celebration of Women Art Exhibition
In Celebration of Women is a juried art exhibit featuring woman artists in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. It first opened in the Herberger Theater Gallery in March 2020 to commemorate Women's History Month and International Women's Day.