After most women in Washington permanently achieved the right to vote on November 8, 1910 with the ratification of an amendment to the Washington State Constitution, the first all-women jury in the state was impaneled on December 13, 1910 in Olympia. Link here for more information about the jurors and the trial.
A full size copy of the poster shown at left is on display in the Thurston County Courthouse Building 2. If you would like to download and print a high resolution image of the poster shown at left, please e-mail email@example.com.
This project was funded through a Votes for Women Centennial Grant provided by the Washington State Women’s Commission and the Washington State Historical Society and produced by the Thurston County Historic Courts Committee in partnership with Thurston County Superior Court and Olympia Historical Society and Bigelow House Museum.