December 29, 1894 to November 5, 1895. Much of Fox's journal accounts her involvement with the women's suffrage movement. She attends a Press Club meeting in which she listens to Phebe Couzins speak on suffrage. She notes attending a local convention at which B.H. Roberts argues against women's suffrage as it would delay statehood. She attends the Constitutional Convention to support inclusion of the Women's Suffrage Amendment in the State Constitution. She notes conflict between Joseph F. Smith and B.H. Roberts over the pending Constitution. On May 19, Fox discusses Susan B. Anthony and Reverend Anna Shaw who visit a reception held for delegates to the convention, Fox being one of them. On October 21, 1895, Fox mentions Joseph F. Smith visiting a political meeting with his whiskers tied back with a handkerchief.