Women’s Suffrage Family History Project

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Women’s Suffrage Family History Project
Telling women’s stories. Featuring women’s contributions. Documenting and digitizing women’s family histories.
The Justice Bell Foundation was founded in 2016 with a mission to reclaim women's history and promote voter participation. To fulfill our mission, we have created the Women’s Suffrage Family History Project to help families tell the stories of their suffrage ancestors.
What We Do
  • Help organize family photographs and documents.
  • Preserve photographs and family records by digitizing them.
  • Conduct interviews with family members.
  • Collect oral histories and document them with audio and video recordings.
  • Compile the family history into a hardback book and e-book of approximately 50 to 75 pages that includes a family tree, maps, photographs, newspaper clippings, biographies and a section that provides historical context.
If you are interested in having us work with your family, please contact us. If you would like to help us reclaim women's stories and document their achievements, please consider making a tax-deductible donation.