Mary Latimer McLendon

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Stacey Horstmann Gatti, “Mary Latimer McLendon: ‘Mother of Suffrage Work in Georgia,'” in
Georgia Women: Their Lives and Times, vol. 1., ed. Ann Short Chirhart and Betty Wood
(Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2009).
Carole A. Stevens, “The Road Is Still Rough: The Contribution of the Latimer Sisters to
Georgia’s Temperance and Suffrage Work, 1880-1921” ( M.A. thesis, Georgia State University,
Elizabeth Taylor, “The Origin of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Georgia,” Georgia
Historical Quarterly 28 (1944).
“Mary Latimer McLendon (1840-1921).” New Georgia
Mary Latimer McLendon Fountain:
Temperance Movement.” New Georgia
“Woman Suffrage.” New Georgia
Georgia Woman’s Christian Temperance Union records, 1888-1982 (bulk 1930-1956). Emory
University. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. Permanent

“Women’s Suffrage Movement.” Georgia Historical Society’s Three Centuries of Georgia History

Georgia Women’s History on the Georgia Women Vote

PBS: Prohibition.