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Carrie Chapman Catt papers, 1848-1950

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Speech and Article File, 1892-1946 (continued)
“Looking Forward,” undated (continued)
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“Men, Women, and War,” Apr. 1925
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“A Message to the Home,” undated
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The Nation Calls: An Address to the Jubilee Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1919
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“Nazis and Nazism,” Mar. 30, 1938
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“Neutrality,” Nov. 11 [1935]
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“On the Inside,” Feb. 14, 1920
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Partisans or Non-Partisans,” Jan. 1921
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“Peace or War--What Shall We Do About It?” [1923?]
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“Political Parties and Women Voters,” Feb. 14, 1920
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“Poverty After War,” undated
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“The Price of Peace,” Feb. 14, 1935
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“Scattered Thoughts about After-War Reconstruction,” undated
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“Ten Suggestions to Young Workers for Peace,” undated
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“Then...and Now,” Jan. 9, 1939
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“They Shall Not Pass,” fragment, undated
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“This Changing World,” Dec. 3, 1930
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“The Traffic in Women,” 1899
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“The Vote as a Safeguard of Democracy,” May 1936
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“War or Peace,” Nov. 10, 1923
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“What Have Women Done with the Suffrage?” undated
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“What Is the Monroe Doctrine?” Jan. 1929
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“What Shall We Do about War?” Dec. 8, 1936
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“Who Won Suffrage?” undated
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“Woman Suffrage as a War Measure” [1918]
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“Woman Suffrage Now Will Stimulate Patriotism,” undated
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“The Woman's Century, 1820-1920,” June 9, 1936
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“Women Voters at the Crossroads” [1919]
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Untitled
1892, 1900-1908, 1916-1928
(22 folders)
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BOX 11 REEL 8 1928-1944
(30 folders)
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Fragments
(4 folders)
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Lists of
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Notes for
(2 folders)
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Notes and quotations for
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BOX 12 REEL 8 Undated
(2 folders)
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Lecture notes
(2 folders)
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Articles
“Anti-Feminism in South America,” Current History Magazine, undated
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“Are You a Normal?” [1924]
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“Chang Sing--Another True Story,” Woman Voter [Jan. 1914]
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“College Women as Citizens,” The Arrow, June 1922
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“A Corset Problem Too?” circa 1925
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“An Eight-Hour Day for the Housewife--Why Not?” Pictorial Review, Nov. 1928
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“Fads and Fancies,” Indiana Club Woman, undated
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“The First Woman Voter,” fragment, undated
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“Fourteen Points,” May 8, 1925
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“Gaps in the Machinery of Peace,” Christian Advocate, Nov. 6, 1930
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“God and the People,” [1915]
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“How Far Have We Come in Suffrage?” Union Signal, May 5, 1946
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“The Idea and the Hour,” Woman's Press, Sept. 1928
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“If Not Prohibition, What?” undated
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“It Makes Sense,” Aug. 25 [1940]
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“Looking Forward,” General Federation Clubwoman [Jan. 1945]
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“More Votes for Women,” Woman Voter, circa 1909
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“The Most Interesting Person I Ever Met,” 1917
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“Mrs. Catt on the Election,” New York Times, Nov. 21, 1920
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“Observance and Enforcement--Not Repeal,” undated
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“One Growing Menace” [1925?]
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“Our Obvious Duty,” for publication in the General Federation paper, Oct. 10, 1935
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“Our War Aims Demand a Pledge of Sincerity” [1918]
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