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Name Suffrage
Number of Object records 109
Number of Photo records 105
Number of Archive records 55
Number of Library records 1

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Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.050.001

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.050.001

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card William P. Connery, Jr. See congressional file for letter REVERSE: (heavily crossed out) Carter William H. Mass. Rep. 13th Dist. Are any members of his family suffragists: His father, William Cater, step-mother, J.G.A. Carter, and brother Horace Carter are in favor of suffrage: do not know that any of his relations are opposed. (Information sent in by Miss E.F. Baxter, Holden, Mass.)

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.051.002

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.051.002

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Roberts, Ernest W. Republican Mass. 9th Dist. Sketch of Life Nationality. American Where born East Madison, Maine How long a resident of this state? Since early boyhood Religion Protestant Education Public schools of Mass. Highland Military Academy of Worcester Married or single Married Children 3, eldest about 14 years Are any members of his family suffragists? Wife

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.051.009

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.051.009

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Roberts Ernest W. Republican Mass. 9th Dist. Political History Party Republican District 9th Congressional Has he served in the State legislature? Yes Record on Suffrage in Congress: Voted "Yes" on Mondell amendment, Jan. 12, 1915. What influences were paramount in electing him? "The welfare of Chelsea. Charlestown Navy Yard." What other political offices has he held? City Council, of Chelsea. House and Senate of Mass. In congress since the 56th Congress.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.052.002

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.052.002

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card J. J. Rogers Mother, Miss Carney of Lowell. Nativity. Her maternal ancestors were Bostonians. (Inf. coll. from home dist.) Education Occupation Offices held Religion Unitarian. Political faith Strong/Suffragist Additional inf. His sisters are also strong suffragists.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.056.015

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.056.015

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Winslow Suffrage Record Interviews. Mr. Winslow has not stated his attitude on Suffrage. but his wife without realizing probably the importance of the statement, said that he was an anti. (Inf. coll. from home dist.)

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.057.009

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.057.009

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Lodge Suffrage Record Outside of Congress. Speeches made: a. date- b. occasion c. for or against Part taken in Suff. Org. Part taken in State legislation for Suffrage: Voted "no" on measure in the State Legislature. Mass. W.S.A.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.058.013

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.058.013

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Weeks of Massachusetts. Suffrage Record in Congress. August 12th, 1913. Senator Weeks was absolutely opposed to woman suffrage and to the amendment; said he had made up his mind over thirty years ago on that subject and "never changed his mind; certainly did not expect to on this question. It would make him the laughing stock of the Senate, at this late day." 1st Senate Canvass. Jeanette Rankin and Emily K. Perry.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.063.007

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.063.007

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. Charles R. Davis Minnesota Political Life prior to Congress: Prosecuting attorney for 12 years, city attorney and city clerk of St. Peter for 18 years. Served 6 years in the Minnesota Legislature as representative and senator. Political Life in Congress: Elected to the 58th, 59th, 60th, 61st, 62nd, 63rd, 64th and 65th Congresses and reelected to the 65th Congress. Election vote: support: Opposition: Suffrage record outside Congress: Suffrage Record in Congress: Voted "nay" Mondell amendment Jan. 12, 1915 Voted "Yea" S.B.A. Amendment Jan. 10, 1918

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.063.009

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.063.009

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Davis, Charles R. Republican Minn. 3rd Dist. "His wife very unpopular in home town. Was appointed vice-regent of state D.A.R. mostly to get rid of her. Not suffragist but not opposed. Very ambitious; political boss of family." Information given by Mrs. G. Hunter and Mrs. Edward Breitung. Dec. 1915.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.070.009

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.070.009

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card C. B. Miller Suffrage record in Congress. Interview. Representative C.B. Miller of Minnesota in favor of Woman suffrage. Information given by Miss McClure, his secretary.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.071.003

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.071.003

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card (3) Schall, Thomas D. Minnesota, 10th District 10. Political History: (a.) Party: Republican (b) District: Congressional; elected Congressman 10th Minn. Dist. Nov. 1914 (c) Has he served in State Legislature: no (d) Record on suffrage in the State: none (e) Record on suffrage in Congress: Hasn't voted yet. Will he support the Susan B. Anthony amendment: I can't answer for him now, he is pledged to vote to submit a woman's suffrage amendment to the states. (f) What influences were paramount in electing him: The undersigned; P.J. Youngdald, former Supt. Minn. Anti

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.071.002

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.071.002

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card (2) Schall, Thomas D. Minnesota, 10th District 9. Sketch of Life: a. Nationality: Holland Dutch and Irish b. Where born: Reed City, Mich. on a farm, June 4, 1877 c. How long a resident of this state: 29 years d. Religion: Methodist e. Education: U. of Minn., Acad. 1902; Law, 1904 f. Married or single: Married g. Children: two small boys Are any members of his family suffragists: Wife. Mr. Schall is also a suffragist.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.071.004

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.071.004

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card (4) Schall, Thomas D., Minnesota, 10th District 12. Record of election: (a) votes received by the Congressman in his Congressional Dist: 1914 votes as follows: Jepson, Rep. 11383 Sevenson, Dem. 8502 Schall, Prog. 12786 Schall's plurality about 1400 All candidates at this election were pledged to vote for suffrage amendment. (b) Votes received by the suffrage amendment in the same Congressional dist.: Not submitted Signed by Wm. T. Cox, Campaign Manager.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.075.004

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.075.004

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Van Dyke, Carl C. 1st Cong. Dist. Minnesota 11. Present Stand on Suffrage: He has the reputation of believing in suffrage. but will not declare himself on the federal amendment, nor take any positive stand. The Minnesota Federation of Labor put itself on record against suffrage this summer. 12. Record of election: (a) Van Dyke, Dem. 16,988; Socialist 2,221 Stevens, Rep. 11,058; Progressive 519 (b) Never been voted on. Bill in last legislature defeated in the Senate by one vote; 33 ayes; 34 noes. No indication though, as it was all arranged. Not voted on in House.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.075.006

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.075.006

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Van Dyke, Carl C. 1st Cong. Dist. Minnesota "Hopeful of conversion." Information given by Mrs. G. Hunter and Mrs. Edward Breitung, Dec. 1915

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.075.007

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.075.007

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Van Dyke, Carl C. 1st Cong. Dist. Minnesota "Socially prominent women have no influence with him. In interviewing him, send a labor woman." Information given by Mrs. G. Hunter and Mrs. Edward Breitung, Dec. 1915

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.082.015

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.082.015

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. Ezekiel Samuel Candler, Jr. Mississippi Political Life Prior to Congress: Was nominated by the Democratic State Convention in 1888 for presidential elector and elected by largest majority received by any district presidential elector at that election in the state. For 10 years member of Democratic Executive Committee of Alcorn Co. Political life in Congress: Elected to 57th, 58th, 59th, 60th, 61st, 62nd, 63rd, 64th, 65th, and 66th Congressess Election vote: Support: Opposition: Elected to 64th Congress without opposition Suffrage Record outside Congress: Suffrage Recor

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.083.010

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.083.010

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card 3. James William Collier Mississippi Political Life prior to Congress: In 1895 elected a member of the lower house of the Mississippi Legislature, being the youngest member of that body; elected circuit clerk of Warren County in 1899 and reelected with out opposition in 1903 and 1907. Political Life in Congress: In 1908 nominated by Democratic Party for the 61st Congress and elected without oppostion, reelected to 62nd, 63rd, 64th, 65th and 66th Congresses Election Vote: Support: Opposition: Suffrage Record outside Congress: Suffrage Record in Congress: First House C

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.102.025

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.102.025

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Fall Suffrage Record in Congress. August 15th, 1913. Senator Fall said he was in favor of suffrage but was not ready to say he believed in the expediency of an amendment to the Constitution in a matter of franchise. 1st Senate Canvass. Jeannette Rankin and Emily K. Perry.

Image of National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.107.009

National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection - 1915.107.009

Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932 The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card Brown, L.B. Suffrage Record in Congress. First Dem. Caucus Feb. 3, 1914 Against the Heflin Resolution Suff. Feb. 14