Collection, 1921-1961

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Collection, 1921-1961

Minutes, reports, financial records, correspondence, etc., of suffragist Alma Lutz.

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National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs (U.S.)

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Allender, Nina E. (Nina Evans), 1873-1957

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Pollitzer, Anita, 1894-1975

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Anita Lily Pollitzer (October 31, 1894 – July 3, 1975) was an American photographer and suffragist. Anita Lily Pollitzer was born October 31, 1894, in Charleston, South Carolina. Her parents were Clara Guinzburg Pollitzer, the daughter of an immigrant rabbi from Prague, and Gustave Pollitzer, who ran a cotton company at Charleston, South Carolina. She had two sisters, Carrie (born 1881) and Mabel (born 1885) and a brother, Richard. Anita was raised Jewish and, as a young woman, taught Sabb...

Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937

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Amelia Mary Earhart (AE) was born on July 24, 1897, in Atchison, Kansas, the first daughter of Amy (Otis) Earhart and Edwin Stanton Earhart. Her sister, Grace Muriel, was born three years later. The family moved several times (to Kansas City, Kansas; Des Moines; St. Paul; Chicago) during AE's childhood as her father tried unsuccessfully to establish a profitable legal career. AE graduated from Chicago's Hyde Park High School in 1916. ESE's increasing reliance on al...

Smith, Jane Norman, 1874-1953

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Jane Norman was born in New Jersey in 1874. She was a descendant of Crean Brush, who was a member of the last two British Provincial Assemblies in New York, and of Giles de Mandeville of France who settled in New York in 1636. At 23 Jane married Clarence Meserole Smith. She had two daughters, Helen and Muriel. She moved to Manhattan in 1930. Mrs. Smith was particularly interested in industrial equality for women in New York and the investment of the National Woman's Party funds. Mrs. Smith wa...

Berrien, Laura M. (Laura Maria), 1877-1962

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Laura Maria Berrien (sometimes Barrien or Berrin), born in Waynesboro, Georgia on 1 November 1877, worked as an attorney in Washington, D.C. She was the daughter Moore and Elizabeth (Palmer) Berrien. She had one brother, John Berrien. Laura’s grandfather, John Berrien, fought in the Battle of the Jerseys during the American Revolution, becoming an original member of the Cincinnati of Georgia. Now known as the Society of the Cincinnati, this organization is the nation’s oldest voluntary societ...

Miller, Emma Guffey, 1874-1970

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Irwin, Inez Haynes, 1873-1970

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Inez Haynes Gillmore was a suffragist, activist and writer, and the wife of Will Irwin. From the description of The adventure of California : typescript, [19--]. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 214983819 Inez Haynes Irwin (March 2, 1873 – September 25, 1970) was an American feminist author, journalist, member of the National Women's Party, and president of the Authors Guild. Many of her works were published under her former name Inez Haynes Gillmore...

Ransome, Amy Cordoba Rock, 1872-1942

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Amy Cordoba Rock Ransome (1872-1942) was a well-known suffragist and leader in the National Woman's Party who spent much of her life promoting equal rights for women. Ransome was born in Cordoba, Argentina (the inspiration for her middle name) where her father, Miles Rock, was working at the newly-established Argentine National Observatory. She spent most of her childhood in Washington, D.C. where her parents were well established members of that city's scientific community. They e...

Stevens, Doris, 1888-1963

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Doris Stevens was born Dora Caroline Stevens on October 26, 1888, in Omaha, Nebraska, to Henry Henderbourck Stevens (1859-1930) and Caroline D. Koopman Stevens (1863-1932). Doris had an older sister, Alice Stevens Burns (1885-1954), and two younger brothers, Harry E. Stevens (ca.1892-1943) and Ralph G. Stevens (1895-1968). In December 1921, she married lawyer Dudley Field Malone (1882-1950), keeping her name. She filed for divorce in 1927; it was granted in 1929. In 1935, Stevens married journal...

Lutz, Alma, 1890-1973

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Alma Lutz (1890–1973) was an American feminist and activist for equal rights and woman suffrage. She was also the biographer of key women in the women's rights movement. Alma Lutz was born in Jamestown, North Dakota to Mathilde (Bauer) and George Lutz in 1890. She attended the Emma Willard School (class 1908) and then went to Vassar College. At Vassar she was active in the feminist movement and after graduation in 1912 she went back to North Dakota where she continued campaigning for women's ...

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962

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Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was the longest-serving First Lady throughout her husband President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s four terms in office (1933-1945). She was an American politician, diplomat, and activist who later served as a United Nations spokeswoman. A shy, awkward child, starved for recognition and love, Eleanor Roosevelt grew into a woman with great sensitivity to the underprivileged of all creeds, races, and nations. Her constant work to improve their lot made her one of the most loved–...

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Swing, Betty Gram, -1969

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Powell, Rose A., 1876-1961

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Holmes, John Haynes, 1879-1964

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American clergyman and reformer. From the description of The voice of God is calling : autograph poem signed, 1930 Nov. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269557327 John Haynes Homes (1879-1964) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and raised near Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard College in 1902 and Harvard Divinity School in 1904. He received honorary doctorates from Benares Hindu University, Rollins College, and Meadville Theological School. He served as...

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Mesta, Perle Skirvin, 1891-

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Hooker, Edith Houghton, 1879-1948

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League of Nations

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Casey, Josephine

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Rose Arnold Powell

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Hamilton, Alice, 1869-1970

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A physician who was the first woman professor at Harvard University, Hamilton also worked as a resident researcher at Hull House, a researcher of industrial poisons for the U.S. Department of Labor, and was a member of the League of Nations Health Organization and of President Hoover's Committee on Social Trends. For further information, see Notable American Women, The Modern Period (1980); Hamilton's autobiography, Exploring the Dangerous Trades (1942); and Barbara Sicherman, Alice Hamilton: A ...

Inter-American Commission on the Status of Women

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Helena Hill Weed.

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World Woman's Party

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Kitchelt, Florence Ledyard Cross, 1874-1961

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Hurlburt, Olive E

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Ogle, Dora

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Wiley, Anna Kelton, 1877-1964

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Consumers' rights reformer, feminist, and club woman of Washington, D.C. From the description of Papers of Anna Kelton Wiley, 1798-1964 (bulk 1925-1960). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71063964 A member of many Washington, D.C., clubs, ranging from the Daughters of the American Revolution to the Consumers' League, Wiley spent five days in jail for picketing the White House in 1917 for women's suffrage. She was chairman of the National Woman's Party (1930-1932 and 1940-1942),...

International Labor Organization

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Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935

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Palmer, Mildred

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Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973

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Pearl S. Buck was the daughter of American missionary parents, and spent the first seventeen years of her life in China. Her third novel, The Good Earth, won the Pulitzer Prize, and a Nobel Prize for literature followed, citing The Good Earth as well as her biographies of her parents. Critical reception for her works has been mixed since these early successes. A prolific and optimistic author, most of her fiction is set in China, and she displays great affection for the place and her characters....

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born in Johnstown, New York in 1815. She organized the first Women's Rights Convention at Senecca Falls, New York, in 1848 and for more than fifty years thereafter was a crusader for women's rights, especially women's suffrage. She died in New York City in 1902....

Younger, Maud, 1870-1936

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Maud Younger was born Jan. 10, 1870 to a wealthy family in San Francisco, CA. She began her activism work after visiting New York College Settlement House. While in New York City, she joined the New York Waitresses' Union. Younger later worked as a waitress in San Francisco and organized the city's first Waitresses' Union, serving as first president. In 1908 she helped found the San Francisco Wage Earners' Suffrage League. She is well known for giving the memorial keynote at the funeral of Inez ...

West, Helen Hunt, 1892-1963.

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Florida lawyer and journalist, [Mrs. Byron McG.] West was congressional chairman and national council member of the National Woman's Party, and editor of its Equal Rights. From the description of Papers, 1917-1964 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122565813 ...

Beard, Mary Ritter, 1876-1958

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Historian, feminist, and author. Married historian Charles Beard. From the description of Papers, 1935-1958 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006703 From the description of Letters, 1937-1942 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232008676 Beard was an American author and historian. From the description of Correspondence: [1938?]-1959. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155180912 Mary Ritter Bear...

Armstrong, Florence A. (Florence Arzelia) 1881-1962

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Social economist (State University of Iowa, Ph.D., 1924) Armstrong did research for the Social Security Board (later Administration) and was an active club woman and feminist. From the description of Papers, 1901-1961 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006618 ...

Vernon, Mabel

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Mabel Vernon was an active suffragist who participated in the Nevada suffrage campaign in 1914 and 1916 as Anne Martin's assistant, and served as her campaign manager in the 1918 and 1920 senatorial races. Afterward she returned to her work at the National Woman's Party, and became associated with the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and the People's Mandate to End Wars. From the description of Mabel Vernon papers, 1914-1920. (University of California, Berkeley). Wo...

American Association of University Women

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According to the The American Association of University Women's website, the AAUW is a nationwide network for the advancement of equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. From the guide to the The American Association of University Women, 1937-1994, (Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives) Based in Washington, D.C. From the description of American Association of University Women records, 1935-1955. (Unkno...

Babcock, Caroline L. (Caroline Lexow), 1882-

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Caroline Lexow Babcock (b. Feb. 5, 1882, Nyack, NY–d. March 8, 1980, Nyack, NY). The daughter of legislator Clarence Lexow, she graduated Barnard College in 1904. She became executive secretary to Harriot Stanton Blatch at the Women's Political Union. Babcock also served as president of the College Equal Suffrage League of New York, executive secretary of the National College Equal Suffrage League, served on the executive committee and board of directors of the Birth Control Federation of Americ...