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Catt, Carrie Chapman
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Dohoney, E. L.
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Letter to the President from Carrie Chapman Catt
Letter to the President from Carrie Chapman Catt concerning a new woman's journal called "The Woman Citizen". It urges organizers at the state level to report on activites to the journal.
The Woman Citizen pamphlet
Pamphlet of the book The Woman Citizen written by Mary Summer Boyd. The pamphlet was promoted as a guide book for women voters and those wishing to vote as well as a handbook of women citizenship.
Letter to Mrs Helen Moore
Typed letter from Catherine Gay, The Woman Citizen business manager's assistant, to Mrs. Helen Moore of Galveston, TX. thanking her for accepting the position of state chairman of the Woman Citizen Circulation...
Whole world for women suffrage and the United States Senate lags behind!
A collection of articles in favor of women's suffrage around the world presented by the Women Citizen.
A couple articles from "The Woman Citizen" regarding Red Cross and medical work of women during World War I.
Two partial pages from "The Woman Citizen" a suffrage periodical.
An essay about the goals for women's suffrage and the contributions of women to national and international politics and social well being.
A periodical for women's suffrage, featuring specifically women's war work during World War i.
Program. Citizenship School. Auspices Harris County Equal Suffrage Association. Mrs. Hortense Ward, Presiding.
Typed outline of citizenship program detailing various lessons. Mrs. Hortense Ward presided over the lessons provided by the Auspices Harris County Equal Suffrage Association.
The Woman Citizen Journal
Printed speech from the National American Woman Suffrage Association president at a meeting held paying tribute to American Women War Workers.
Correspondence between Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth
This is correspondence between the Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth, the President of the Beaumont Equal Suffrage Association. Headquarters Secretary initially asked Mrs. J. W. Garth to mail...
Letters about recipes
Typed letters concerning recipe publication in The Woman Citizen, the organ of the National American Women Suffragist Association.
Letters regarding a photograph
Three typed letters from the Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission regarding a photograph of one of its presidents and children. Mrs. Rose P. Ames and her children were photographed and Mrs. Edith Hinkle League...
Letter to Mrs Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Typed Letter from Rose Young, Editor of The Woman Citizen to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham in response to a poem she submitted for publication. The poem was rejected due to space and "prohibited propoganda"....
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
This is a typewritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Nettie R. Shuler, the chairman of campaigns and surveys, about hers and her organization's work at the polls on Election Day. Nettie R. Shuler...
Political cartoons from The Woman Citizen
A collection of suffrage political cartoons, some are only partial.
Address on Full Citizen Suffrage, and the Power of Legislature to Amend the Suffrage Statue
A speech regarding women's suffrage and limiting suffrage to American citizens.
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