Beyond Suffrage: A Century of Northern Utah Women Making History

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Beyond Suffrage: A Century of Northern Utah Women Making History was initiated to examine the impact women have had on northern Utah. Weber State University explored and documented women past and present who have influenced the history of the community, the development of education, and are bringing the area forward for the next generation. The project looked at how the 19th Amendment gave women a voice and representation, and was the catalyst for the way women became involved in the progress of the local area. The project examines the 50 years (1870-1920) before the amendment, the decades to follow and how women are making history today.

The following is an oral history interview with Dr. Dianna Abel, conducted on July 18, 2019 in her office, by Kandice Harris. Dianna discusses her life, her memories at Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Alexis Stokes, the video technician, is also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Dr. Melina Alexander, conducted on July 25,2019, in her office, by Sarah Storey. Melina discusses her life, her memories, at Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Sarah Tooker, the video technician, is also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Lindsey Anderson, conducted on August 5, 2019, by Sarah Tooker. Lindsey discusses her life and her memories of Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment.

The following is an oral history interview with Adrienne Gillespie Andrews, conducted on March 21, 2019, in her office, by Kandice Harris. Adrienne discusses her life, her memories at Weber State, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Lorrie Rands, the video technician, and Alyssa Dove are also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Dr. Michelle Arnold, conducted on March 12, 2019, in the Tracy Hall conference room, by Kandice Harris. Michelle discusses her life, her memories at Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Tanner Flinders, the video technician, is also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Estrella Beltran, conducted on April 20, 2019, in the Stewart Library, by Sarah Tooker. Estrella discusses her life, her memories, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Alyssa Kammerman, the video technician, and Martin Beltran, are also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Elizabeth Brewster, conducted on June 27, 2019, in her home, by Kandice Harris. Elizabeth discusses her life, her memories at Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Marina Kenner, the video technician, is also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Lori Memmott Brown, conducted on August 28, 2019, in the Stewart Library's Archives Conference Room, by Kandice Harris. Lori discusses her life, her memories at Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Alexis Stokes, the video technician, is also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Wendy Buehler, conducted on August 21, 2019, in her home, by Sarah Taylor. In this interview, Wendy discusses her life, her memories at Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment. Marina Kenner, the video technician, is also present during this interview.

The following is an oral history interview with Desiree Cooper Larsen, conducted on May 7, 2019, in the Archives Conference Room in the Stewart Library, by Kandice Harris. Desiree discusses her life, her memories at Weber State University, and the impact of the 19th Amendment.