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Carrie Chapman Catt papers

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Carrie Lane Chapman Catt was an internationally recognized suffragist, feminist and political activist. She was born in Ripon, Wisconsin in 1859 and graduated from Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm (now Iowa State University) in 1880. Catt then worked as a law clerk, school teacher, principal, school superintendent, and reporter. In 1887 she joined the Iowa Woman Suffrage Association and served as state organizer from 1890-1892. Her skills as a speechwriter and organizer brought her national attention and in 1900 Catt succeeded Susan B. Anthony as President of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. She remained in this position until 1904.

Catt founded the International Woman Suffrage Alliance in 1902 and served as its president for many years. She is credited with revitalizing NAWSA during her second tenure as President (1915-1920). She formed the League of Women Voters in 1920 and was its honorary president until her death in 1947. In 1925 Catt founded the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War. During the 1930s and 1940s Catt was active in working against the Nazis, particularly their persecution of Jews. Although a champion of world peace, Catt was a vocal supporter of the Allied Forces during World War II. She died in New Rochelle, New York in 1947.

The Carrie Chapman Catt papers house a wide range of material in the collection, including correspondence & memorabilia, cartoons, and photographs. The collection focuses on the history of the women's suffrage movement, with material pertaining both directly to Catt herself and to the movement as a whole.

The collection consists of five boxes and is organized into three different series: "Correspondence," "Cartoons," and "Photograph Albums."

"Correspondence" contains C. C. Catt's personal correspondence and some official correspondence of women's suffrage groups. A good portion of this correspondence concerns the 1916 Democratic National Convention and letters of support for the Women's Suffrage Platform. The collection also holds Catt's correspondence with Anna Howard Shaw, Marion Park Edwards, and Woodrow Wilson, among others. Additionally, the collection contains both print and manuscript memorabilia from a variety of women's suffrage conventions and lectures. This section also includes suffrage ephemera: commemorative plaques and C. C. Catt's personal newspaper-clipping scrapbooks. "Cartoons" contains approximately sixty editorial cartoons pertaining to suffrage that appeared in newspapers around the country from ca. 1912 to ca.1920. "Photograph Albums" of the C. C. Catt Collection consist of six of Catt's personal albums, from ca. 1840 to ca. 1940. The albums contain approximately 815 photographs related to the women's suffrage movement, including portraits and records of parades and other demonstrations and events. The albums cover both the American and international suffrage movements. Notable figures and/or events depicted include: Louisa May Alcott, Dr. Josephine Baker, Carrie Chapman Catt, Emmeline Pankhurst, Mark Twain, Theodore Roosevelt, Mary Wollstonecraft, Woodrow Wilson, and hundreds of women involved in the suffrage movement.

Carrie Chapman Catt was highly influential feminist and activist in the first half of the twentieth century. This collection evidences her national and international connections, her feminist vision, and her personal life. Additionally, the cartoons and other suffrage ephemera provide context for the political clime, and the many varied opinions invoked by the fight for women's suffrage.

Gift of the estate of Carrie Chapman Catt, 1947.

Publisher
Bryn Mawr College
Finding Aid Author
Barbara Ward Grubb, Marianne Hansen, Sarah Sheplock, Lucy Fisher West, Melissa Torquato
Finding Aid Date
2000 June
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

The Carrie Chapman Catt papers is the physical property of the Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns.

Collection Inventory

From Lucy Anthony to C. C. Catt, (12 letters), 1919-1943. 12 items.
Box 1 Folder 1
Physical Description

12 items

From C. C. Catt to Lucy Anthony, (6 letters), 1940-1944. 6 items.
Box 1 Folder 1
Physical Description

6 items

From A. Wetmore, Smithsonian Institution, to Lucy Anthony.
Box 1 Folder 1
From Lucy Anthony to Mr. Canham of Christian Science Monitor, [copy], 1944.
Box 1 Folder 1
From Woodbridge N. Ferris (Governor of Michigan) to C. C. Catt, (1 letter), 1916 May.
Box 1 Folder 2
From Key Pittman (Nevada Senator) to C. C. Catt, (1 letter), 1916 May.
Box 1 Folder 2
From Edward F. Goltra (Missouri Democratic National Committee) to C. C. Catt, 1916 May.
Box 1 Folder 2
From John E. Rakes (California State Representative) to C. C. Catt, (1 letter), 1916 June.
Box 1 Folder 2
From Jeanette Rankin (Montana Good Government State Central Committee) to C. C. Catt, (1 letter), 1916 June.
Box 1 Folder 2
From Grace Simons (Friday Morning Club) to Esther G. Ogden, (1 letter), 1916 May.
Box 1 Folder 2
From Mrs. George R. Buffham (Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore) to Miss Hannah J. Patterson, (1 letter), 1916 June.
Box 1 Folder 2
From Mrs. Frederick Greene (New York State Woman Suffrage Party) to Mrs. Raymond Brown, (1 letter), 1916 June.
Box 1 Drawer 2
From Elizabeth Lewis to Mrs. Roessing, (1 letter), 1916 June.
Box 1 Folder 2
Collection of letters to/from Mrs. Esther Lovejoy (N.A.W.S.A.), to/from various delegates to Convention 1916 (12 letters), 1916.
Box 1 Folder 2
Drexel, Constance, 1920 December.
Box 1 Folder 3
General

From Constance Drexel to C. C. Catt (1 letter)

International Women's Suffrage Alliance, 1919 January.
Box 1 Folder 4
General

From C. C. Catt to International Women Suffrage Alliance (1 letter)

Kildare, Mrs. Owen (Leita Russell Bogartus), 1927 September.
Box 1 Folder 5
General

From C. C. Catt to Mrs. Owen Kildare (1 letter)

N.A.W.S.A., 1946 July.
Box 1 Folder 6
General

From C. C. Catt to Marion Edwards Park expressing condolences on the death of M. Carey Thomas [photocopy- original in Park Papers] (1 letter)

Park, Marion Edwards.
Box 1 Folder 7
General

From C. C. Catt to Marion Edwards Park expressing condolences on the death of M. Carey Thomas [photocopy- original in Park Papers] (1 letter)

Powderly, T.V.
Box 1 Folder 8
General

From T.V. Powderly to C. C. Catt (1 letter)

Sheepshanks, Mary, 1918 November.
Box 1 Folder 10
General

From C. C. Catt to Mary Sheepshanks [draft] (1 letter)

Wasson, Henry, 1916 May 12.
Box 1 Folder 11
General

From Republican National Committee to (unidentified, male) Republican party member (1 letter)

From Woodrow Wilson to C. C. Catt [copies] (3 letters), 1917 October 13.
Box 1 Drawer 12
From C.C.Catt to Woodrow Wilson [drafts] (2 letters), 1917 October 13.
Box 1 Folder 12
White, True Worthy, 1925 October.
Box 1 Drawer 13
General

From Mrs. True Worthy White to C. C. Catt with Boston Herald clipping (1 letter)

"3 Platforms" for the National Board in support of the federal ammendment for women suffrage (TMs).
Box 1 Folder 14
Names of Kansas lawmakers (TMs).
Box 1 Folder 15
Partial manuscripts of lectures (3) (TMs).
Box 1 Folder 16
"Get Ahead of Hungary" press release with C. C. Catt's initials, 1 page (TMs).
Box 1 Folder 17
"Women Suffrage Ratification Meeting" press release, (TMs), 1910 November 10.
Box 1 Folder 17
Report from the Petition Committee of Greater New York, population and occupation list, (TMs), 1910 April.
Box 1 Folder 17
Delegates for Democratic National Convention's positions on women's suffrage (TMs), 1916.
Box 1 Folder 18
Legal documents: Will and Testament of Mrs. Frank Leslie, C. C. Catt as Residuary Legatee (DS); List of Mortgages (TMs), 1916-1917.
Box 1 Folder 19
Press release on the death of Anna Howard Shaw; draft of speech on the life of Anna Howard Shaw (TMs), 1919.
Box 1 Folder 20
Actions of state conventions on federal suffrage amendment (TMs), 1920.
Box 1 Folder 21
NASWA delegates to International Women's Suffrage Alliance, Geneva (TMs), 1920.
Box 1 Folder 22
"Women's Council for Post-War Europe", draft with proposed speakers (TMs), 1943.
Box 1 Folder 23

Poster: Republican Sample Ballot.
Box 2 Folder 1
List of Songs.
Box 2 Folder 1
Booklet: Collegiate Equal Suffrage League of New York State.
Box 2 Folder 1
Postcard: Susan B. Anthony picture and quote.
Box 2 Folder 1
"United States Map of the Progress of Equal Suffrage" on cardstock.
Box 2 Folder 1
Book: Jane Bull to John Bull, Pictures for Grown-Ups.
Box 2 Folder 2
Facsimile of New York Times front page June 1, 1867.
Box 2 Folder 3
Facsimile of New York Evening Post, May 19, 1838.
Box 2 Folder 3
Menu: Internationaler Frauen-Kongress, 1904 June 15.
Box 2 Folder 4
Program: Kings County Political Equality League dinner, with photo of Susan B. Anthony, 1905.
Box 2 Folder 5
Broadsheet: Meeting Announcement of London Society for Women's Suffrage, 1909 April 27.
Box 2 Folder 6
Program: First Woman Suffrage Convention, Carnegie Hall, 1909 October 29.
Box 2 Folder 7
Pamphlet with song lyrics: Wimbledon Women's Social and Political Union, 1909.
Box 2 Folder 8
Booklet: A Woman's Calendar, 1912.
Box 2 Folder 9
Pamphlet: A Welcome Home to Mrs. C. C. Catt, 1912.
Box 2 Folder 10
Lecture Advertisement: "20 Talks"; School for Suffrage Workers, 1913.
Box 2 Folder 11

Scrapbook 1. Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, "South Dakota Campaign, Ms. Catt's First Suffrage Campaign", 1890.
Box 3
Scrapbook 2. Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, "Retirement S.B. Anthony; N.A.W.S. Assn; Election", 1900.
Box 3
Scrapbook 3. Scrapbook of newspaper photographs, 1937.
Box 3
Three Commemorative plaques of the mural painting in Women's Building at the Chicago Exposition, 1933.
Box 2

"Justice and Equality - 'Greetings to You'", 1912.
Box 4
General

Creator: Unknown Dimensions: 19.8 cm x 13.1 cm Publisher: Unknown

"I Take Great Pleasure…", 1912 February 5.
Box 4
General

Creator: Bushnell, E.A. Dimensions: 29.5 cm x 24.4 cm Publisher: Cincinnati Times-Star

"Votes for Women", 1912.
Box 4
General

Creator: Neall, Josephine Dimensions: 15.2 cm x 20.3 cm Publisher: Suffrage Calendar

"Who's Afraid…", 1913.
Box 4
General

Creator: Lance, Elizabeth Dimensions: 23.4 cm x 29.5 cm Publisher: Times-Leader? (Phila.)

"Waiting in Ambush", 1913 or 1914.
Box 4
General

Creator: Osborn(e), Harry Dimensions: 16.9 cm x 23.9 cm Publisher: Maryland Suffrage News; reproduced in Woman Vote

"Yet She is Not…", 1915.
Box 4
General

Creator: Chamberlain, Kenneth Dimensions: 20.8 cm x 16.9 cm Publisher: Woman's Journal, Boston

"If the Anti Were…", 1915 January 27.
Box 4
General

Creator: Palmer, Fredrikke S[chjoth] Dimensions: 25.2 cm x 17.8 cm Publisher: Woman's Journal

"The Comet", 1915 January 16.
Box 4
General

Creator: Handy, R[ay] D[eWitt] Dimensions: 20.6 cm x 17.2 cm Publisher: Woman's Journal (reproduction)

"'Anti' Logic is Antilogical", 1915 February.
Box 4
General

Creator: Osborn(e), Harry Dimensions: 18.8 cm x 18.5 cm Publisher: Maryland Suffrage News

"Why This Ever-Present", 1915 February.
Box 4
General

Creator: Osborn(e), Harry Dimensions: 20.3 cm x 23.2 cm Publisher: Maryland Suffrage News

"She's as Smart…", 1915 February or March.
Box 4
General

Creator: McCutcheon, John T[inney] Dimensions: 19.5 cm x 17.6 cm Publisher: The Courier (suffrage edition)

"The Old Umbrella's Leaking Badly", 1915 March 1.
Box 4
General

Creator: Osborn(e), Harry Dimensions: 19.1 cm x 22.5 cm Publisher: Maryland Suffrage News

"Anti-Allies and the Dog", 1915 October 2.
Box 4
General

Creator: Ames, Blanche Dimensions: 16.7 cm x 17.7 cm Publisher: Woman's Journal

"Double the Power of the Home…", 1915 October 23.
Box 4
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Creator: Ames, Blanche Dimensions: 26.2 cm x 17.9 cm Publisher: Woman's Journal

"My How You Have Grown", 1915 December 18.
Box 4
General

Creator: Winner, [Charles] Dimensions: 18.4 cm x 11.2 cm Publisher: Woman's Journal

"Voting vs. Jabots", 1916?.
Box 4
General

Creator: McIntyre, E. C. Dimensions: 26.2 cm x 18.5 cm Publisher: Woman's Journal

"He'll Do It…", 1917 March?.
Box 4
General

Creator: Rogers, [Annie] Lou[ise] [Wehlitz] Dimensions: 13.8 cm x 12 cm Publisher: New York?

"Changing the Announcement", 1917 June 23.
Box 4
General

Creator: Rogers, [Annie] Lou[ise] [Wehlitz] Dimensions: 35.1 cm x 23.3 cm Publisher: Woman Citizen (cover)

"Over the Top", 1917 October 12.
Box 4
General

Creator: Batchelor, C[larence] D[aniel] Dimensions: 29.5 cm x 34.3 cm Publisher: New York Journal

"The New Jewel", 1917 November.
Box 4
General

Creator: Satterfield, Robert W. Dimensions: 18.6 cm x 17.6 cm Publisher: Herald Weekly, Indiana

"Clearing the Way", 1918.
Box 4
General

Creator: McCay, Winsor Dimensions: 18 cm x 27.8 cm Publisher: International News Service (Hearst)

"So This is Tammany Hall", 1918.
Box 4
General

Creator: Cesare, Oscar Dimensions: 20.1 cm x 21.1 cm Publisher: Evening Telegram (Phila.)

"Another Dark Alley", 1918 January; 1918 April 27.
Box 4
General

Creator: Chamberlain, Kenneth Dimensions: 22.3 cm x 16 cm Publisher: Evening Telegram (Phila.); Woman Citizen

"At His Door", 1918 January 11.
Box 4
General

Creator: Kettner, Magnus G Dimensions: 19 cm x 19.6 cm Publisher: The Delaware Gazette

"Welcome", 1918 March 27; Unknown.
Box 4
General

Creator: Reene, Sidney L Dimensions: 24.9 cm x 17.7 cm Publisher: Reproduced in Woman Citizen; Evening Telegram

"Not so Unbecoming…", 1918 May 8.
Box 4
General

Creator: Cesare, Oscar Dimensions: 24.2 cm x 17.8 cm Publisher: New York Post

"Father Gives…", 1918 June 1; Unknown.
Box 4
General

Creator: "Ding," [Jay Norwood Darling] Dimensions: 25.5 cm x 16.4 cm Publisher: Kansas City Star; Syracuse Post Standard; Woman Citizen

"Home, Charles", 1918 June 1; Unknown.
Box 4
General

Creator: Kirby, Rollin Dimensions: 26.2 cm x 22.7 cm Publisher: Reproduced in Woman Citizen; New York World

"Cornered", 1918 July; 1918 July 24.
Box 4
General

Creator: Rogers, [Annie] Lou[ise] [Wehlitz] Dimensions: 18.2 cm x 11.3 cm Publisher: Birth Control Review; reproduced in New York Paper

"Sir Walter Raleigh", 1918 June 17; 1920 May 28 ; unknown.
Box 4
General

Creator: Portland, Perry Dimensions: 22.9 cm x 17.2 cm Publisher: Oregonian; Bridgeport, CT Post; Woman Citizen

"Must Children Die…", 1918 September.
Box 4
General

Creator: Everett, Walter H Dimensions: 11.8 cm x 8 cm Publisher: Woman Citizen

"Looks as if…", 1919.
Box 4
General

Creator: "Ding," [Jay Norwood Darling] Dimensions: 21.5 cm x 17 cm Publisher: Unknown

"Votes for Women and Equal Rights", 1919-20?.
Box 4
General

Creator: Donahey, [James Harrison] Dimensions: 22.5 cm x 16.5 cm Publisher: Cleveland Plain Dealer

"Greater Triumph…", 1919 June 3.
Box 4
General

Creator: Plaschke, Paul A[lbert] Dimensions: 22.3 cm x 16.9 cm Publisher: Courier-Journal, Louisville

"The Rest are Easy", 1919 June 9.
Box 4
General

Creator: Satterfield, Robert W. Dimensions: 21.7 cm x 17 cm Publisher: The Wichita Beacon

"She'll be there May 4!", 1920.
Box 4
General

Creator: Cassel, J[ohn] H[armon], Dimensions: 19.4 cm x 17.1 cm Publisher: Los Angeles?

"There's a Couple of Distinguished Gentlement…", 1920 January 8.
Box 4
General

Creator: "Ding," [Jay Norwood Darling] Dimensions: 25.1 cm x 16.8 cm Publisher: Chicago Post

"All Ready But…", 1920 April 7.
Box 4
General

Creator: "Ding," [Jay Norwood Darling] Dimensions: 23.2 cm x 16.8 cm Publisher: New York Herald Tribune

"Right in the Middle...", 1920 July 8; Unknown.
Box 4
General

Creator: Donahey, [James Harrison] Dimensions: 21.8 cm x 17 cm Publisher: Cleveland Plain Dealer; reproduced in Philadelphia Ledger

"We Suppose that the Disintegration of the Home", 1920 September 7.
Box 4
General

Creator: "Ding," [Jay Norwood Darling] Dimensions: 21.9 cm x 16.3 cm Publisher: Boston Evening Transcript

"Horribly Frightened", 1920 September 11.
Box 4
General

Creator: Alley, J[ames] P[inckney] Dimensions: 16.6 cm x 12.2 cm Publisher: Memphis Commercial Appeal

"Instructing the Women Voters".
Box 4
General

Creator: Kirby, Rollin Dimensions: 26.5 cm x 22.2 cm Publisher: New York World

"A Thankless Burden".
Box 4
General

Creator: Batchelor, C[larence] D[aniel] Dimensions: 26.5 cm x 16.2 cm Publisher: NY Paper

"Ring in the Love of Truth…".
Box 4
General

Creator: Batchelor, C[larence] D[aniel] Dimensions: 18 cm x 17.4 cm Publisher: Unknown

"Suffrage: 'I am Fortunate…'".
Box 4
General

Creator: Batchelor, C[larence] D[aniel] Dimensions: 21.4 cm x 17.3 cm Publisher: Unknown

"Trying Out Her First Pie on the Boys".
Box 4
General

Creator: Bushnell, E.A. Dimensions: 19.8 cm x 16.1 cm Publisher: New York Paper?

"The GOP Strap-Hanger".
Box 4
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Creator: Kirby, Rollin Dimensions: 23.2 cm x 18.1 cm Publisher: New York World; reproduced in Boston Evening Transcript

"Well, Boys, We Saved the Home".
Box 4
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Creator: Kirby, Rollin Dimensions: 24.2 cm x 17.6 cm Publisher: New York World; reproduced in National Woman Suffrage Printing Co., NY

"The Woman Voter".
Box 4
General

Creator: Kliz Dimensions: 11.7 cm x 11.5 cm Publisher: Evening Sun (NY); reproduced in Woman Voter

"States' Rights".
Box 4
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Creator: Rogers, [Annie] Lou[ise] [Wehlitz] Dimensions: 9.1 cm x 11.9 cm Publisher: Unknown

[Untitled].
Box 4
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Creator: Rogers, [Annie] Lou[ise] [Wehlitz] Dimensions: 5.8 cm x 16.7 cm Publisher: New York Suffrage Paper?

"It Makes a Difference".
Box 4
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Creator: Sinclair, Peter[?] Dimensions: 14.1 cm x 11.3 cm Publisher: Unknown

"605,436 Women Wage Earners".
Box 4
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Creator: Winner, [Charles] Dimensions: 19.7 cm x 17.3 cm Publisher: Unknown

"Another Suicide".
Box 4
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Creator: Winner, [Charles] Dimensions: 14.9 cm x 11.2 cm Publisher: Unknown

"A Fizzle".
Box 4
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Creator: Winner, [Charles] Dimensions: 20.3 cm x 17.2 cm Publisher: Unknown

"Leaking Badly".
Box 4
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Creator: Winner, [Charles] Dimensions: 19.9 cm x 17.5 cm Publisher: Unknown

"Pennsylvania's Chance".
Box 4
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Creator: Winner, [Charles] Dimensions: 15 cm x 11.8 cm Publisher: Unknown

Conditions Governing Use

The Carrie Chapman Catt Albums, part of the Carrie Chapman Catt Papers, are the physical property of Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns.

(Album 1): "Parades and Page[a]nts".
Box 1
General

"Parades and Page[a]nts" is comprised of photographs of parades, floats, marching units, street meetings, suffrage posters, and suffrage headquarters from throughout the United States. Subjects of series of photographs include "Your Girl and Mine," identified as a woman suffrage picture melodrama, the sale and distribution of the Woman's Journal; the Illinois suffrage campaign; and World War I soldiers' support for woman's suffrage.

(Album 2): "Pioneers and Leaders", 1919-1925.
Box 2
General

"Pioneers and Leaders" is made up of individual and group photographs of women leaders of the suffrage movement augmented with a small lot of photographs of male reformers. Roughly chronological in format, the album features National American Woman Suffrage Association officers, particularly Susan B. Anthony. Along with portraits, there are informal photographs of ceremonies in Washington, D.C. and several states celebrating the submission of the suffrage resolution to the states in 1919. The volume concludes with a picture of the final meeting of the Woman Suffrage Council in Washington on April 23, 1925.

(Album 3) "States M-W-Omitting New York".
Box 3
General

Albums 3 through 6 depict the history of the movement by states and internationally. Formal and informal photographs of suffrage leaders, in groups or singly, predominate. In addition, there are fewer photographs of parades and rallies, headquarters buildings and offices, ceremonies, and celebrations. Albums 3 ("States M-W, Omitting New York"), 4 ("States A-L") and 5 ("New York State and N.Y. City") are devoted to the individual state organizations. They afford a pictorial record of local campaigns and provide a collection of portraits of leaders and workers in the suffrage movement at the state and municipal level. Album 5 includes photographs of the New York City suffrage parades.

(Album 4) "States A-L".
Box 4
General

Albums 3 through 6 depict the history of the movement by states and internationally. Formal and informal photographs of suffrage leaders, in groups or singly, predominate. In addition, there are fewer photographs of parades and rallies, headquarters buildings and offices, ceremonies, and celebrations. Albums 3 ("States M-W, Omitting New York"), 4 ("States A-L") and 5 ("New York State and N.Y. City") are devoted to the individual state organizations. They afford a pictorial record of local campaigns and provide a collection of portraits of leaders and workers in the suffrage movement at the state and municipal level. Album 5 includes photographs of the New York City suffrage parades.

(Album 5) "New York State and N.Y. City".
Box 5
General

Albums 3 through 6 depict the history of the movement by states and internationally. Formal and informal photographs of suffrage leaders, in groups or singly, predominate. In addition, there are fewer photographs of parades and rallies, headquarters buildings and offices, ceremonies, and celebrations. Albums 3 ("States M-W, Omitting New York"), 4 ("States A-L") and 5 ("New York State and N.Y. City") are devoted to the individual state organizations. They afford a pictorial record of local campaigns and provide a collection of portraits of leaders and workers in the suffrage movement at the state and municipal level. Album 5 includes photographs of the New York City suffrage parades.

(Album 6) "International".
Box 6
General

Albums 3 through 6 depict the history of the movement by states and internationally. Formal and informal photographs of suffrage leaders, in groups or singly, predominate. In addition, there are fewer photographs of parades and rallies, headquarters buildings and offices, ceremonies, and celebrations. Album 6 focuses on the international suffrage movement. Although most of the photographs are of European subjects, Africa, Asia, South America, and Canada also are represented. Of special note are numerous photographs of international woman's suffrage conferences.

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