The Tennessee Federation of Women's Clubs, the state arm of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC), held its annual convention in Pulaski, Tennessee, from Thursday, May 14 to Saturday, May 16, 1914. The program included election of officers, committee reports and a special address on "The Women of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow." Unlike federations in more progressive states, the Tennessee Federation forbade membership to suffrage groups. The convention's highlight was an attempt by suffragists to amend the body's constitution to include suffrage groups; however, conservative members defeated the amendment. For more on the organization of the GFWC and its relation to the suffrage movement, see Blair's The Clubwoman as Feminist.