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Voter registration records may provide important naturalization information, a birth date, and a signature. In August 1920, women were given the right to vote, thus a large number of registrations occurred that fall. The women that registered were U.S. citizens by birth, those who were naturalized via marriage to a U.S. citizen, or women who were naturalized at the same time as their father or husband. In 1922 women were required to naturalize as individuals, without their father or husband.
St. Louis City Voter Records
St. Louis County Voter Records
Carlson, Avis D. The League of Women Voters in St. Louis: The First Forty Years, 1919–1959. St. Louis: League of Women Voters of St. Louis, 1959.
St. Louis Genealogical Society. St. Louis City Ward Maps 1908–1952. CD-ROM. St. Louis: St. Louis Genealogical Society, 2004.
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