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Collection National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection
Catalog Number 1930.004.001
Object Name Card, Congressional Voting
Title Interview card about Representative Green by Anne C. Rotter, 1930
Date 03-1930
Dates of Creation 03-1930
Year Range from 1930
Year Range to 1930
Scope & Content Congressional Voting Card file, 1915-1932
The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" card:

Date: March 1930
Rep. Robert A. Green
State Fla.
Place of Interview: His Office
Purpose of Interview: Cable Amendments & Nationality Laws at Hogue Conf.
Interviewed by Anne C. Rotter, Milwaukee, Wis.

Will think nationality treaty over & consult international lawyers. Deplores immigration of Negroes, Japanese, Chinese, etc. as they multiply so fast. Predicts fall of U.S. through mixing the blood, as of Rome.
Approves Equality in Nationality laws if they can be straightened out. Wants women to have every right in this country but hesitates a little on international laws for fear it will lead to foreign entanglements.
Creator Rotter, Anne C.
People Green, Representative Robert A., 1892-1973
Rotter, Anne C.
Subjects Cable Act - amendment of 1931
Congressional Card Index
Congressmen
Florida
Green, Representative Robert A., 1892-1973
Interviews
Lobbying
Rotter, Anne C.
Search Terms Cable Act - amendment of 1931
Congressional Card Index
Congressmen
Florida
Green, Representative Robert A., 1892-1973
Interviews
Lobbying
Rotter, Anne C.