Folder 5, Lubbock Chapter, 1963-1965.

dc.descriptionThe League of Women Voters of Texas is a non-partisan organization that works to promote political responsibility through active informed participation of all citizens in their government. In 1919, the Texas Equal Suffrage Association evolved into the Texas League of Women Voters, and today is recognized as the League of Women Voters of Texas. Their hallmark activity is the circulation of Voters' Guides through newspapers prior to elections; locally, regionally, statewide, and nationally. The League's intent is dissemination of information on political candidates, and the objective promotion of "political responsibility through informed and active participation of citizens in government." The organization's efforts, however, are by no means limited to politics, but also address issues on water, health care, hazardous wastes, education, energy, and such international concerns as the United Nations.
dc.descriptionThe records of the League of Women Voters of Texas also reflect socio-economic changes in the United States with the active organizational membership drives of the mid to late 1970s in response to American society's evolution into a two income family. Collectively, the materials provide researchers with invaluable insight into politics and political concerns on an international, national, statewide, and local basis.
dc.descriptionThe collection consists of materials from national, state, and local files, financial materials, photographs, and publications of the National, Texas, and local leagues, as well as other state leagues. Also included are a study of the national league, scrapbooks, memorabilia, vice-presidential program files, and printed materials. The focus of the collection is on state committees and local units.
dc.descriptionHighlights from the donation include the original 1919 minutes from the Texas Equal Suffrage Association authorizing the organizational conversion to the Texas League of Women Voters, films produced by the group on legislative processes, the 104th Congressional recognition given and signed by Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison on the 75th anniversary of the League of Women Voters of Texas, and the flag that flew over the Texas capitol on that day.
dc.descriptionBox 20, Folder 5
dc.format.extent708 pdf pages.
dc.rightsThe images in this collection are for study purposes, teaching, classroom projection and research only. Permission to publish these digital files in any form must be obtained from the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, 806-742-9070 or email
dc.subjectLeague of Women Voters (U. S.)en_US
dc.subjectLeague of Women Voters of Texasen_US
dc.subjectTexas--Politics and government--1865-1950--Citizen participationen_US
dc.subjectTexas--Politics and government--1951- --Citizen participationen_US
dc.subjectCivic leaders--Texasen_US
dc.subjectPolitical campaigns--Texasen_US
dc.subjectPolitics, Practical--Texasen_US
dc.subjectWomen--Texas--Societies and clubs--Historyen_US
dc.subjectWomen civic leaders--Texasen_US
dc.subjectWomen in politics--Texasen_US
dc.titleFolder 5, Lubbock Chapter, 1963-1965.en_US


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