Voices of Progress: Twenty Women Who Changed New Orleans

Historic New Orleans Collection

Voice of Progress

This exhibition presented, and still presents in an online exhibition, the stories of twenty remarkable women whose contributions range from the nineteenth-century campaign for child welfare, through the early twentieth-century suffrage movement, to the mid-twentieth-century fight for civil rights and equality. In letters, objects, photographs, film, and more, Voices of Progress spotlights the achievements of these extraordinary women in New Orleans history.

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