San Francisco Woman Suffrage

Downtown Walking Tour

In 1911, women in California won the right to vote.  This walking tour of downtown San Francisco will introduce you to the wide range of tactics used by the suffragists of San Francisco, who ranged from the waitresses and other working women of the Wage Earners' Suffrage League to upper-class club women.  These women made the streets of San Francisco their own to demand their full rights as citizens.

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Click on a marker to get more information about each site and its significance to the lives of women in San Francisco at the turn of the century. The sites can be visited in any order.

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