Harriet "Hattie" Redmond's grave
If Hattie Redmond’s name is familiar to you, it would likely be because of her political work. Redmond worked on women’s suffrage campaigns in the 1890s. During that time, she also contributed to the Women’s Christian Temperance Union movement. She later joined the Colored Women’s Council which focused on advocacy for women in the community. As you can see on Ms. Redmond's 1912 Multnomah County voter’s registration card, she was 38 years old when she registered to vote after the passage of women’s suffrage in Oregon. She listed her occupation as Hairdresser. You can find additional information about the suffrage movement in Multnomah County in the digital exhibit Voting for Women: Suffrage in Multnomah County.
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