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The Womens Suffrage Traveling Exhibits are made available free of charge to libraries, museums, schools, non-profit organizations, businesses, government entities and speial events. 

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Arizona Questers, a nonprofit group dedicated to historic preservation and education, spearheading a statewide project to commemorate the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote in America. Coordinating with other nonprofit, civic and governmental organizations, the Questers set about to raise funds for traveling exhibits featuring the history of the Suffrage movement.


A total of 6 sets of exhibits, revealing the tremendous significance of the 19th Amendment which passed August 26, 1920, have since been created, one of which is on display at the Arizona Capitol Museum. .

Throughout 2020 and beyond, the Questers Women's Suffrage Centennial Project is sponsoring traveling exhibits at no charge in Arizona libraries, museums, historic sites, schools and businesses. as well as providing programs on the women's suffrage movement through the Questers Speaker's Bureau.

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