Maud Wood Park Archive: The Power of Organization
Part One: Maud Wood Park and the Woman Suffrage Movement

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Introduction to Archive

Abstract

Introduction to Part One

Section One: Beginnings

Document 1: Registry Department of the City of Boston, Birth Certificate, Maud May Wood, 25 January 1871

Document 2: Maud Wood Park, "Who I Am and What I Believe," [1903]

Document 3: Maud Wood Park, "An explanation as to why Bob and I were not publicly married is probably needed," June 1945

Document 4: "The Class of Ninety-Eight, Twenty-five Years Later," [ca. 1923]

Document 5: Maud Wood Park, "College Women Then and Now," [ca. 1925]

Document 6: W. F. Bigelow to Maud Wood Park, 21 September 1925

Document 7: Maud Wood Park, "Helen M. Biscoe," November 1945

Document 8: Helen M. Biscoe to Maud Wood Park, 10 February 1909

Section Two: Working for Woman Suffrage in Massachusetts

Document 9: Maud Wood Park, "Supplementary Notes" to "Suffrage Reminiscences," January 1943

Document 10: Maud Wood Park, "Alice Stone Blackwell, Supplementary Notes," December 1942

Document 11: Maud Wood Park, "The College Equal Suffrage League, Introductory Notes," December 1942

Document 12: Maud Wood Park, "The College Equal Suffrage League, Supplementary Notes," January 1943

Document 13: Maud Wood Park, "Round the World, Supplementary Notes," February 1943

Document 14: Maud Wood Park, "Round the World, Supplementary," February 1943

Document 15: Maud Wood Park, "Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, Excerpts from 'First Report,' 1901-1903. Report of the Secretary"; "Second Report, 1903-1905"; "Third Biennial Report, 1905-1907"

Document 16: "Russian Tea Served. Joint Rally Conducted in Faneuil Hall. Young Women's Political Club and College Equal Suffrage League Meet," 17 April 1901

Document 17: "Reply to Woodrow Wilson. College Equal Suffrage League Maintains that Women Vote Where They Have the Privilege," 14 March 1908

Document 18: "Equal Suffrage Study Courses in charge of Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government," [1911-1912]

Document 19: Maud Wood Park, "The Founding of the First College League," 25 April 1914

Document 20: Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, Minutes of the Executive Board, 24 March 1916

Document 21: Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, Minutes of the Executive Board, 10 April 1916

Document 22: Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, Minutes of the Executive Board, 24 April 1916

Document 23: Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, Minutes of the Executive Board, 1 May 1916

Document 24: Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, Minutes of the Annual Meeting [of the Executive Board], 25 March 1920

Section Three: Lobbying Washington

Document 25: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 13 April 1917

Document 26: Rose Young, "Honor Where Honor Is Due," 19 January 1918

Document 27: Robert Freeman Hunter to Maud Wood Park, 8 February 1918

Document 28: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 17 February 1918

Document 29: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 21 February 1918

Document 30: Robert Freeman Hunter to Maud Wood Park, 26 February 1918

Document 31: Robert Freeman Hunter to Maud Wood Park, [?] March 1918

Document 32: Robert Freeman Hunter to Maud Wood Park, [?] March 1918

Document 33: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 3 March 1918

Document 34: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 17 March 1918

Document 35: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 24 March 1918

Document 36: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 26 April 1918

Document 37: Blanche Ames to Maud Wood Park, 5 November 1918

Document 38: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 26 November 1918

Document 39: Maud Wood Park to Miss Mary Garrett Hay, 8 January 1919

Section Four: The Reconstruction Lecture Tour

Document 40: "Mrs. Maud Wood Park to Lecture on Reconstruction," 6 September 1919

Document 41: Maud Wood Park to Mrs. [Lillian Ford] Feickert, 3 September 1919

Document 42: Maud Wood Park, "Outline of My Speaking Engagements (for help in press clippings)," [1920-1921]

Document 43: Maud Wood Park, "Principles Underlying Federal Legislation (and a review of the short session)," [ca. 1920-1921]

Document 44: "Mrs. Maud Wood Park will give two courses of six lectures each on 'Pending Legislation in Congress' under the auspices of The Brooklyn League of Women Voters," [1920]

Document 45: M. M. Stewart (Mrs. Geo. S. Stewart) to My dear Mrs. [?], 3 March 1920

Document 46: "Reconstruction, What the Congress is Doing Now," [14-19 November 1920]

Document 47: "The Boston League of Women Voters, 553 Little Bldg., Boston 11, Mass. Managing Lectures by Maud Wood Park, Season 1920-1921"

Section Five: Preserving the History of the Woman Suffrage Movement

Document 48: Maud Wood Park, "Clothes and a Cause," n.d.

Document 49: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 18 April 1933

Document 50: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 15 May 1933

Document 51: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 11 November 1933

Document 52: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 16 March 1938

Document 53: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 11 May 1943

Document 54: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 18 May 1943

Document 55: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 25 May 1943

Document 56: "Substance of Conversation with Mrs. Maud Wood Park and Mrs. [Edna Lamprey] Stantial," 30 September 1942

Document 57: Edna Lamprey Stantial to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Blackall, 9 November 1942

Document 58: Edna [Lamprey] Stantial to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Blackall, 21 January 1943

Document 59: Edna [Lamprey] Stantial to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Blackall, n.d.

Document 60: Edna [Lamprey] Stantial to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Blackall, 14 June 1943

Document 61: Edna [Lamprey] Stantial to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Blackall, n.d.

Document 62: Maud Wood Park to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Blackall, 11 July 1943

Document 63: Invitation to Opening of the Woman's Rights Collection, 26 August 1943

Document 64: Form letter asking for contributions to the Woman's Rights Collection, 30 August 1943

Document 65: "Itemized Expenses for Setting up Woman's Rights Collection," 1943

Document 66: Blanche Ames to Edna [Lamprey] Stantial, 10 August 1943

Document 67: Edna [Lamprey] Stantial to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Hinckley, 14 May 1945

Document 68: Edna [Lamprey] Stantial to Mrs. [Georgiana Ames] Hinckley, 3 June 1945

Document 69: Office of the President, Radcliffe College, to Miss Howard and Marjorie Sprague, 20 October 1948

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