Woman was a weekly newspaper founded in 1908 in Grand Rapids, Michigan by a group of local newspaper women. Spanning November 21, 1908 to January 23, 1909, the ten issues of Woman reveal turn-of-the-century views on suffrage, wage equity for women, home decoration, national and international news, music, theatre, motherhood, and more.
For more information about the magazine, view the collection inventory here.
This collection is available online thanks to support from the Nokomis Endowment Fund of the Grand Rapids Public Library Foundation.
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