Announcing 1898 National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention, Washington, D.C.; hotel and rail road rates; suggests state reports on fifty years of progress
Carrie Chapman Catt thanks Anne Fitzhugh Miller for sending her a copy of the Geneva Political Equality Club souvenir booklet; notes she has put Elizabeth Smith Miller's picture over her desk.
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Formal portrait, head and shoulders, Carrie Chapman Catt, facing forward with head and eyes turned slightly to right, wearing a high-collared, richly brocaded or embroidere... more
Clipping illustration of woman on horseback marching toward a "Franchise" sunrise with photomechanical prints of Carrie Chapman Catt and Rev. Anna Howard Shaw
In 1851, Indiana adopted a state constitution that included a measure protecting the property rights of married women. Robert Dale Owen was the chief architect of this provision and the women of Indiana honored... more
This is a report of a meeting held in Boston, Massachusetts, concerning women's rights in New England. Among the speakers were Wendell Phillips, Caroline Dall, Harriot Hunt, James Freeman Clarke, and John T. Sa... more
This report contains addresses by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Samuel J. May, C.C. Burleigh, Frances D. Gage, Lucretia Mott, Parker Pillsbury, Ernestine Rose, Henry Ward Beecher, Sojourner Truth, and Charles Lenox R... more
Sara J. Spencer and Sarah E. Webster each brought cases before the court in the District of Columbia arguing that they were enfranchised by the Fourteenth Amendment. This pamphlet contains the arguments of thei... more
Written by one of the more radical women's rights activists of the nineteenth century and covers a wide range of topics concerning the role of women in American society. It also includes a chapter on the rights... more
The message of this pamphlet is that all women in Pennsylvania must be enfranchised under the new state constitution to keep business interests--in this specific case the railroads and the coal mines--from runn... more
Carrie S. Burnham tried to vote in the state of Pennsylvania in 1871. This pamphlet concerns her arguments before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania about why she was entitled to vote. In addition to Burnham's a... more
LC copy has annotations, a newspaper clipping, and a letter and two congressional documents tipped after the text. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.