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Press Room. In May Grady L. Webster, editor, and Winonah "Winnie" M. Sanger, associate editor, launched The Oklahoma Woman monthly magazine. By the third issue Blanche C. Naylor was editor and Sanger and Maude Richman Calvert, respectively, served as consulting editors for the health and home economics departments.
An earlier publishing attempt by Sallie Sturgeon in had resulted in a short-lived, weekly magazine, The Oklahoma Lady , which offered society and club news as well as commentary against women's suffrage. However, with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in , women gained suffrage and became more involved in politics. Hudlow, who was running for Oklahoma secretary of state. During the early s Harlow's Weekly also had a similar weekly column.
The August issue of The Oklahoma Woman carried a full- political campaign advertisement announcing Lamar Looney's bid for the U. As the publication evolved, staff writers contributed information on Oklahoma artists and authors, state women's clubs, music, and fashion.
Short stories and poetry by Oklahoma authors, including Jennie Harris Oliver, frequented the s. The publication cost twenty cents per copy or two dollars per year and continued to be published until at least June , the last known extant copy. Copyright to all of these materials is protected under United States and International law.
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