Left to Right: Miss Nell Sanders Aspero, Mrs. Anthony A. Aspero, Chairman of Voters Service and practicing attorney, Mrs. Robert W. Shafer, President of the Memphis League and Bobby Shafer Jr, all of Memphis with Mrs. Asperos' Oldsmobile and "Bossy." August 1959.
Los Angeles, CA (Left to Right: Etta-Belle Kitchen (LWVLA Pres.); Jim Gilson, (Dep. Sup. Ed Edelman); Tom Houston, (Dep. Mayor); Bonnie Kingry, (Foster & Kleiser); Richard Alatorre (City Council); Barbara Billingsley (actress); Linda Broder (LWV CA Pres.); Ernani Bernadi (City Council); Lois Saffian (Proj. Dir.)
Left to Right: Mrs. Harry Hall, President, Edinburg League; Mrs Howard Tewell, Mrs Reuben Travino (seated); Mrs. Lee Williams (standing); Mrs. Joe Atkinson; Mrs. Jack Butler; Mrs. H C. Barton (kneeling); and Mrs. James Bates.
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.