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Goucher Suffrage Web Exhibit is a project of Goucher College’s Special Collections and Archives. Thank you to Education Archivist Debbie Harner who curated the exhibition and Uyen Nguyen ’22 who designed the website.

For general information or to schedule an appointment to view any of the materials in the exhibit please contact the Special Collections and Archives at or 410-337-6075. Goucher College is a selective, private, coed, liberal arts college dedicated to providing a multidisciplinary, international education, and it is the first college in the nation to make study abroad an undergraduate degree requirement. Empowered by rigorous academics, a close-knit, residential campus community, and hands-on experience in the world, Goucher students graduate as true global citizens.

The Goucher College Library serves the intellectual and creative needs of the greater Goucher community and visiting researchers. Founded in 1890 in Goucher Hall on the city campus of the Woman’s College of Baltimore with a collection of twelve journals and a few hundred books, the library is now in its sixth home as the anchor of the Sanford J. Ungar Athenaeum. Visit the Goucher College Library online at

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Women’s Suffrage Resources