Woman Suffrage Exhibit Tour

Leading the Way: Montana Woman Suffrage and the Struggle for Equal Citizenship

The Montana State Library is coordinating the tour of this exhibit to public, special, and academic libraries only.  All other institutions should inquire with Julie Edwards at the Mansfield Library.  Libraries may contact Jo Flick jflick@mt.gov to be placed on the tour.  There is no fee to host the exhibit, but each library must make arrangements for transportation between libraries.

The library tour will extend into early 2015. 

Find information and training related to the Woman Suffrage Exhibit from the University of Montana touring through early 2015 to public, tribal, academic, and special libraries throughout the Treasure State.  Use the links below:

More information about the tour at Women's History Matters website from the Montana Historical Society

Sample Press Release

Library host responsibilities, logistics, tour schedule, contact information for libraries

Set-up and packing instructions

Archived informational video: 

  Exploring the content in the five 2-sided, free-standing panels – recorded March 31, 2014 with Julie Edwards of the Mansfield Library

This exhibit is developed with financial assistance from Humanities Montana, the American Association of University Women-Missoula, and UM’s African-American Studies Program, History Department, Mansfield Library, and Women’s and Gender Studies Program.

For more information or to join the tour (public and college libraries only), contact Jo Flick jflick@mt.gov


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