Papers of Carrie Chapman Catt, 1848-1950 (inclusive), [microform].

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Papers of Carrie Chapman Catt, 1848-1950 (inclusive), [microform].

The papers of Carrie Chapman Catt contain correspondence, diaries, drafts of speeches and articles, subject files, biographical material, newspaper clippings, printed material, and other papers, chiefly covering the period 1890-1920, and relating primarily to Carrie Catt's efforts on behalf of the women's suffrage movement, feminism, and the cause of international peace. Also included is material concerning the Women's Centennial Congress of 1940 and the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War. The diaries, 1911-1923, describe her travels to Europe, Africa, the Near East, and Far East.

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Yale University Library

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