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members of the League of Women Voters of Colorado gather on the steps of the statehouse at Denver

As a part of a state-wide effort to promote local government reforms in the fall of 1967, members of the League of Women Voters of Colorado gather on the steps of the statehouse at Denver with symbolic ball and chain, calling for constitutional amendment to "unchain local government."

President Johnson accepted the Report of the President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation

On December 20, 1963, President Johnson accepted the Report of the President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation. Seated next to the President is Commision member Mrs. Robert J. Phillips, national President of the League of Women Voters.

Mrs. Robert Phillips

Mrs. Robert Phillips, President of the League of Women Voters of the United States is shown with Robert W. Sarnoff (left), Chairman of the Board of National Braodcasting Company and Dr. Peter Odegard, Professor of Political Science at the University of Callifornia at Berkeley, at the national Convention of the League held in Minneapolis April 30 - May 4, 1962. The National Broadcasting company was presented wtih an award for the Continental Classroom Course, the Structure and Function of the American Government and a citation whent to Dr. Odegard, the professor who conducted the course.

Three national Board members from the League of Women Voters honor Senator Carl Hayden

Three national Board members from the League of Women Voters honor Senator Carl Hayden, of Arizona, as the only Congressman still on the Hill who voted "yea" on the 19th amendment which granted women the right to vote. Ceremonies held on August 18, 1961 in the Old Senate Office Building. Honoring the Senator are (left to right) Mrs. William H. Wood, Secretary jof the League of Women Voters, Mrs. Luigi Petrullo, Board members, and Mrs. Haskell Rosenblum, Board members. Behind the Senator is Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson.

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