From the J. Archive

Selina Solomons from her book "How We Won the Vote in California." (Photo/Internet Archive)

This S.F. Jew dedicated her life to women’s suffrage

“Miss Selina Solomons, interesting suffragette.” That was the headline of a short article by Pauline Hess that ran in this publication in 1910. It told of a powerhouse political activist, a writer, a feminist and a member of a fascinating San Francisco Jewish family. “Miss Selina Solomons, who has been an important factor in organizing…
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