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Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.018.002

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.018.002

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary October 28, 1923 Stanford University, California. Dear Miss Paul: Replying to your letter of October 16th, I doubt very much whether California will be represented by any one from here in November -- for the usual obvious reason. I believe that Miss Vernon has communicated with those who would be interested. Mrs. Kent has probably reported to you that a number of us called upon Senator Shortridge the other day. I thought that Mrs. Kent presented the amendment to him very well-and that Miss Clements' discussion of the effect of the minimum wage law was quite effective. It occurred

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.021.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.021.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary, affixed to a 5" x 8" paper card. Copy Alva B. Adams United States Senate Colorado Washington DC Oct. 20th, 923. Miss Mary Oldfield, Cor, Sec. Business and Professional Woman's Club Colorado Springs Dear Madam:- I am in receipt of your recent letter asking that I pledge myself to vote for the Amendment of the U.S. Constitution which is being advocated by the National Woman's Party. At the present time I am not prepared to commit myself as to my attitude in reference to this amendment. I am in receipt of resolutions from women's org

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.003.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.003.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate, Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. (HANDWRITTEN IN PENCIL) Attention Younger (TYPED LETTER) April 4, 1924. Miss Cary F. Wilson 172 So. Ga. Ave. Mobile, Alabama. My dear Miss Wilson, I am in receipt of a petition signed by a large number of women from Mobile in reference to Senate Joint Resolution #21 introduced by Senator Curtis of Kansas. It will give me pleasure to bear in mind your interest and wishes when this bill comes be- fore the Senate for consideration.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.003.002

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.003.002

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" paper card NWP Date: March 5, 1924 Senator Heflin State: Alabama Place of interview: office Purpose of Interview: Lucretia Mott Amendment Interviewed by: Gertrude James Robey Purcellville, Va Exact Statement and Remarks: Began by paying high tribute to Miss Pollitzer said she had opened his mind to conviction (??) Thought measure was sound + well represented by our Lobbyists - asked for literature which I am delivering today. My opinion is that he would prove a strong advocate.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.004.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.004.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" paper card NWP Date: 04-14-1924 Senator Hill State: Alabama Position on Equal Rights Amendment: N.C.D. Place of interview: House Interviewed by: Gertrude James Robey Exact Statement and Remarks: After repeated efforts to talk to this very young man - I stopped him in corridor - and such a outpouring of contempt I've not had the honor to receive - but from very very immature minds. Said no sound thinking women were supporting our theory. which was nothing but a theory - that we should be endeavoring to make this a better world instead of chasing after such absurd th

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.005.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.005.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" paper card NWP Date: 03-27-1924 Senator Huddleston State: Ala Position on Equal Rights Amendment: NO Place of interview: office Purpose of Interview: Amendment Interviewed by: Gertrude James Robey Purcellville, VA Exact Statement and Remarks: He + Mr. OConner of Louisiana are the only 2 men - so far - that have absolutely refused to discuss measure - Both object to it

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.008.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.008.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" paper card NWP Date: 4-11 1924 Senator Underwood State: Alabama Place of interview: Senate Purpose of Interview: Interviewed by: Gertrude James Robey Exact Statement and Remarks: Realizes very forcibly that Welfare preventa- -tive legislation is restricting - Says he voted for all state-law some years ago - hoping to aid women but instead of making it easier he saw many forced to scrub floors or starve. He fears the removal of equalizing property rights. I liked him immensely.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.010.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.010.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" paper card NWP Date: January 27 Senator Cameron State: Arizona Place of interview: office Purpose of Interview: Amendment Interviewed by: Mrs. G. J. Robey VA Exact Statement and Remarks: Agreeable + open to arguement Thinks we are on right track and halfway promised to support amendment.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1929.002.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1929.002.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card NWP Date: January 11, 1929 Senator Carl Hayden State: Arizona, Party: Dem. Position on Equal Rights Amendment: N.C.F. Place of Interview: Senate Lobby Purpose of Interview: To determine views on Porto Rican suffrage bill Interviewed by: Constance Carpenter Address: 21 First st. N.E. Exact Statement of position on Equal Rights Amendment: Believes the right to give Porto Rican women the vote should be left to the legislature in Porto Rico. Rather set and unwilling to discuss the subject at any length. Senator Hayden signed the Minority Report.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, Feb. 8, 1924 Mrs. Lila J. Warren, Framingham Center, Mass. Dear Mrs. Warren: - Thank you for yours of the 4th inst. The matter is having considera- tion. Yours truly, T.H. Caraway

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.002

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.002

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, Feb. 7, 1924 Miss Genevieve M. Fuller Milton? Mass. Dear Miss Fuller: - Thank you for yours of the 5th inst. The matter about which you write is having consideration. Yours truly, T.H. Caraway

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.003

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.003

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, Feb. 7, 1924 Miss Josephine A. Collins, Framingham Centre, Mass. Dear Miss Collins:- I am in receipt of yours of the 4th inst. The matter about which you write is having my consideration. Yours truly, T.H. Caraway

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.004

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.004

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Education and Labor, Feb. 6, 1924 Mrs. Edith Washburn Clarke, Framinham Center, Mass. Dear Mrs. Clark:- I am in receipt of your letter of the 4th inst. The matter is having my consideration. Yours truly, T.H. Caraway

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.005

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.005

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, Feb. 7, 1924 Mrs. Hennie Strouse, 39 W. 91 St., New York City. Dear Madam:- I have yours of the 5th inst. The matter about which you write is having consideration. Yours truly, T.H. Caraway

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.006

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.013.006

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Jan. 24, 1924 (HANDWRITTEN) Please file after showing Younger Younger (Typed:) Miss Anita L. Politzer, Allerton House, 57 & Lexington, New York City. My dear Miss Politzer - Yours of the 22nd inst. doing me the honor of asking me to be present and address a meeting of the Women's National Party, on Sunday February 10th at Seven O'Clock at the Hotel Aster, was received. I truly appreciate the honor, but it is going to be impossible for me to be present. Of course I regret it. With best wishes, I am, Sincerely your

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1929.003.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1929.003.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" paper card NWP Date: May 19, 1929 Senator T. H. Caraway, Arkansas Position on Equal Rights Amendment: Opposed Place of Interview: His office Purpose of Interview: Amendment Interviewed by: Anne C. Rotter Address: Milwaukee, Wis. Opposed on grounds of States Rights

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.018.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.018.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is handwritten on a 5" x 8" paper card Extract from letter from Carol A. Rehfisch to Miss Paul. October 28, 1923 Mrs. Kent has probably reported to you that a number of us called upon Senator Shortridge the other day. I thought that Mrs. Kent presented the amendment to him very well and that Miss Clements't discussion of the effect of the minimum wage law was quite effective. It occurred to me in this connection that Miss Clements might supply you with an article on this subject, if you cared to ask her for one. She writes very well, and has the Woman's Party cause much at heart. I believe that she has not, however, very m

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.017.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.017.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Territories and Insular Possessions. December 29, 1923 Sara P. Grogan 242 Fir St. San Diego, California, Dear Madam: This is to acknowledge the receipt of your communication expressing support of an amendment to the Constitution granting equal rights to men and women throughout the United States and every place subject to its jurisdiction. Sincerely, Hiram Johnson (signed)

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.017.002

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1923.017.002

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Territories and Insular Possessions. December 29, 1923 Letitia F. Snow Casa Blanca San Diego, California, Dear Madam: This is to acknowledge the receipt of your communication favoring an amendment to the Constitution granting equal rights to men and women throughout the United States and every place subject to its jurisdiction. Sincerely, Hiram Johnson (signed)

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.016.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1924.016.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on 8.5" x 11" paper stationary United States Senate Committee on Territories and Insular Possessions. 323 Senate Office Bldg. February 5, 1924. Miss A. Evelyn Smith, 457 D. Avenue, Coronado, Cal. My Dear Miss Smith: - I acknowledge receipt of your letter of January 22nd, signed by yourself and others, in relation to the Lucretia Mott amendment. When this legislation comes before the Senate, it shall have my utmost attention and consideration. Sincerely, Hiram Johnson (signed)