The front page of a 1923 leaflet produced by the Richmond League of Women Voters describes the role of the organization in promoting "the participation of women in the political parties" and in working "for a gradual improvement in the laws." The flyer contends that "women have a special contribution to make which is needed in government" because of their "experience in human problems."
Citation: Richmond League of Women Voters. Broadside 1923 .R53. Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.