Maud Wood Park Archive: The Power of Organization
Part Two: Maud Wood Park in a Nation of Women Voters

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Abstract

Introduction to Maud Wood Park Document Archive

Introduction to Part Two

Section One: Organizing Women Voters

Document 70: Amanda M. Miller, "Women in a New Venture," n.d.

Document 71: A. M. Miller, "Biographical Service, Mrs. Maud Wood Park, Washington, D.C.," 10 February 1922

Document 72: "Joint Letter to Local Branches of National League of Women Voters and General Federation of Women's Clubs, Cooperation the Word," 1921

Document 73: "Political Parties and the League of Women Voters (An Interview with Mrs. Maud Wood Park)," "Filed Dec. 31, 1921."

Document 74: "Mrs. Park Answers Five Questions About the League of Women Voters," "Filed Dec. 31, 1921."

Document 75: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, Easter Sunday 1922

Document 76: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, 1 April 1923

Document 77: Elizabeth Eastman, "Side-Lights on the Women's Joint Congressional Committee," November 1923

Document 78: Women in Industry Committee of the National League of Women Voters, "Minimum Wage Legislation," November 1923

Document 79: Maud Wood Park to Robert Freeman Hunter, April 1924

Document 80: Maud Wood Park, "A Record of Four Years in the National League of Women Voters, 1920-1924," 1924

Document 81: Excerpt from National League of Women Voters "obit" of Maud Wood Park, 1924

Document 82: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 30 November 1925

Document 83: Maud Wood Park, "Lobbying," March 1927

Section Two: Defining the Issues: The Equal Rights Amendment, the Sheppard-Towner Act, and the Cable Act

Document 84: Maud Wood Park, "The So-Called Equal Rights Amendment, Introductory Note," April 1943

Document 85: Maud Wood Park, "Child Labor Amendment, Introductory Notes," April 1943

Document 86: "Adversity in 1924-1925 and its rewards in 1926," n.d.

Document 87: Maud Wood Park, "Cable Act, Introductory Notes," April 1943

Document 88: Maud Wood Park, "Cable Act, Supplementary Notes," May 1943

Document 89: National Board of the League of Women Voters, "How Can Equal Rights for Women Be Best Secured?" n.d.

Document 90: "League of Women Voters to Support Independent Citizenship Says Mrs. Park, Nat'l President," n.d.

Document 91: Edward Clifford to Hon. James J. Davis, 23 July 1921

Document 92: Maud Wood Park, "A Triumph for Women," 3 December 1921

Document 93: Amanda M. Miller, "Mrs. Park Outlines Attitude of League of Women Voters on So Called Blanket Amendment," 1921

Document 94: Maud Wood Park, "Naturalization and Citizenship of Women," Hearings Before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Statement of Mrs. Maud Wood Park, 8 June 1922

Document 95: John L. Cable to Mrs. Maud Wood Park, 24 July 1922

Document 96: Minnesota League of Women Voters, "Sheppard-Towner Bill in Action at Last!" 15 September 1922

Document 97: "During the month of March. . . ." ca. 1924

Document 98: Leonard L. Cline, "'Spider-Web' Orator's Charges Aren't Supported by 'Informants,'" 8 June 1924

Document 99: Julia Margaret Hicks, "Latest News on the Sheppard-Towner Act!" 26 January 1927

Document 100: Julia Margaret Hicks, "Final Days of Sheppard-Towner In the Congress," 11 January 1927

Document 101: Helen W. Atwater to Members of the Women's Joint Congressional Committee, 5 July 1927

Document 102A: Belle Sherwin to Maud Wood Park, 16 May 1932

Document 102B: Belle Sherwin, "Confidential Memorandum," 10 May 1932

Document 103: "Suggested Press Release," 19 June 1946

Document 104: Dorothy S. (Mrs. Thomas F.) McAllister to Maud Wood Park, 24 June 1946

Document 105: "Draft of the letter to be signed by thirty or more prominent women and to be sent to each of the twenty-four Senate sponsors of the Equal Rights Amendment, S. J. Res. 61," n.d.

Section Three: Women's International Efforts

Document 106: "A Significant Pan American Conference," 1922

Document 107: "Will Interview European Women, Mrs. Park to Represent Voters' League," 7 May 1923

Document 108: Mabeth H. Paige to Minnie Fisher Cunningham, 8 June 1923

Document 109: Mabeth H. Paige, European Travel Journal, 8 June 1923

Document 110: "Coolidge Can Talk, Says this Woman Legislator," 28 October 1923

Document 111: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 30 January 1926

Document 112: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 26 July 1929

Document 113: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 29 August 1929

Document 114: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 31 October 1930

Section Four: Enduring Friendships and Loyalties

Document 115: Helen M. Biscoe to Maud Wood Park, 28 December 1921

Document 116: Helen M. Biscoe to Maud Wood Park, 20 February 1924

Document 117: Maud Wood Park, "To C. C. C." 1932

Document 118: Maud Wood Park, "To Carrie Chapman Catt." 9 January 1934

Document 119: Helen M. Biscoe to Maud Wood Park, 29 September 1936

Document 120: "Copy of Speech made by Maud Wood Park in conjunction with slides shown at 80th birthday celebration of Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt," 9 January 1939

Document 121: Helen M. Biscoe to Maud Wood Park, Christmas 1939

Document 122: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 10 August 1945

Document 123: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, 22 March 1946

Section Five: The Alice Stone Blackwell Fund

Document 124: Maud Wood Park, Harriet Taylor Upton, Ida Porter Boyer, Anna Child Bird, Isabella Pratt Shaw, Wenona Osborne Pinkham to Fellow-Suffragist, 1 September 1919

Document 125: "You are Cordially Invited to Attend a Reception to Miss Alice Stone Blackwell," 1919

Document 126: Maud Wood Park, "Miss Blackwell's 'Day's Work,'" January 1926

Document 127: Maud Wood Park to Dorothy Brown, 14 April 1934

Document 128: Maud Wood Park to Dorothy Brown, 10 July 1934

Document 129: Carrie Chapman Catt to Mrs. La Rue Brown, 18 April 1935

Document 130: Eleanor Roosevelt to Dorothy Kirchwey Brown, 18 April 1935

Document 131: "To the Friends and Admirers of Alice Stone Blackwell," May 1935

Document 132: Carrie Chapman Catt to Mrs. La Rue Brown, 4 May 1935

Document 133A: Alice Stone Blackwell to Mr. LaRue Brown, 24 July 1935

Document 133B: Alice Stone Blackwell to Maud Wood Park, 24 July 1935

Document 134: Ida Porter Boyer to Maud Wood Park, 25 July 1935

Document 135: Ida Comstock to Mr. LaRue Brown, 19 February 1936

Document 136: "Alice Stone Blackwell Fund, Treasurer's Report," 1 February 1936

Document 137: Edna Lamprey Stantial to "Members of the Alice Stone Blackwell Fund Committee," 19 April 1950

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