A program booklet printed in black ink with fancy fonts for a luncheon, [organized] by Virginia P Moore as the Home Economics Director, Federal Food Administration for Tennessee and the Food Director, Tennessee Division, Women's Committee, Council of National Defense. Front page includes 'Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Chairman, Women's Committee National Council Defense, Washington, D.C., Honor Guest.', also the well-known suffragist and a close colleague of Susan B. Anthony. Page  includes the luncheon's menu. Page  includes the 'toasts' listing of two reports' titles, "Production of food in our homes" and "Conservation of food in our homes' from Women of West, Middle and East Tennessee. The toast mistress is listed as "Home Economics Director, Federal Food Administration for Tennessee, and Food Director, Tennessee Division, Woman's Committee, Council of National Defense", with a handwritten script in pencil of Moore's name under 'Toast Mistress'. Moore wrote with a fountain pen in blue 'see note" on this page. Page  Moore's noted in blue ink, "I would not permit my name to appear on the program as no other name appeared. I should have according to Mrs Ida Belle Wilson and others who asked me to do this. Mama wrote my name in. I was well known by the things I represent. Virginia P. Moore, 1918." This luncheon is an evidence of home demonstration agents' contribution to the war effort in lieu of food production and conservation and Tennessee women's connection to the Women's Rights Movement in the United States.
Back caption handwritten in pen reads "Sealing Contest Tenn State Fair 192." A separate caption handwritten in pencil reads "V. P. Moore 1st on right." Handwritten in pencil in the upper righthand corner is "Fla. 2 (Tennessee picture)"
Devised title. Back caption, handwritten in ink, "2nd Tomato Club Exhibit Tenn State Fair Nashville 1912." Canned goods from various Tomato Clubs from Tennessee (especially Benton County and Hamilton County) are shown. There are photos from their work displayed. Sylvia Richmond from Soddy, Tenn. has a sign showing her costs and profits from her garden.
Scrapbook page containing a photo of Anti-suffragists with a Confederate veteran at their headquarters at the Hermitage Hotel in August 1920. The caption reads: "Truth crushed to the Earth will rise again" - is illustrated in this lovely picture of Mrs. Jas. S Pinkard, President General of the Southern Women's League for the Rejection of the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, who as grand-niece of John C. Calhoun - unfurls the Confederate flag as emblematical of Southern States Rights fight for the defeat of the Federal Amendment; to her left sits the veteran who "fought and bled" for Tennessee's States Rights; standing to his left, holding the flag of the Union, is Miss Josephine A. Pearson, Pres. of the Tenn. Division of the Southern Women's Rejection League for the Rejection of the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, who led the fight in Tennessee which became the BattleGround of the nation. August 1920.
Photo from scrapbook with caption that reads: Front or Outer office of Anti-Ratification Headquarters, Hotel Hermitage, Mrs. Morgan Brown, Executive Chairman, standing at the Entrance. Seated is a (relay?) of many prominent Nashville women, who faithfully served their state in detachments, day and night, during August 1920. Standing in the rear at the Entrance to the inner office of the President and Vice-President, Miss Josephine A. Pearson and Mrs. George A. Washington, respectively; is Mrs. Jas. Pinkard, President General of the Southern Women's League for the Rejection of the Susan B. Anthony Amendment. To her right, in the center, is Miss Charlotte Raine, field Speaker of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage; near her to the right, is Mrs. Aspy of Boston, Field Organizer of the National Association.