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Fri Mar 21 17:03:52 2014 UTClccn-n930015950.00Miller NAWSA suffrage scrapbooks, 1897-19110.470.92The National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection, 1848-1921126814004n 930015953540088Carrie Chapman Catt Collection (Library of Congress)Library of Congress. National American Woman Suffrage Association CollectionNAWSA Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n50035823Catt, Carrie Chapman1859-1947lccn-n79135291Strachey, Lytton1880-1932lccn-n79023320American Academy of Political and Social Sciencelccn-n50043337Essex, Robert DevereuxEarl of1566-1601lccn-n79081709ElizabethIQueen of England1533-1603lccn-n93120992Shapiro Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n81010194Stone, Lucy1818-1893lccn-n82096260Anthony, Susan B.(Susan Brownell)1820-1906lccn-n80010327Dorr, Rheta Childe1866-1948lccn-n90653685Shaw, Anna Howard1847-1919National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection (Library of Congress)BiographyHistoryPeriodicalsJuvenile worksRecords and correspondenceGreat BritainUnited StatesQueensVictoria,--Queen of Great Britain,Essex, Robert Devereux,--Earl of,Political scienceElizabeth--I,--Queen of England,Social sciencesWomen--SuffrageFavorites, RoyalNobilityMan-woman relationshipsWomenAnthony, Susan B.--(Susan Brownell),Rome (Empire)SuffragistsHowe, Julia Ward,Industries, PrimitiveManners and customsEmpressesPalmer, Alice Freeman,Authors, AmericanWellesley CollegeWomen educatorsFeministsPresidentsFeminismBehn, Aphra,Emigration and immigrationSocial historyTravelCivilization, AncientCatt, Carrie Chapman,Women labor union membersItaly--RomeEnglandWomen's rightsCivilizationWomen--Social and moral questionsAuthors, English--Early modernWomen and literatureWomen--Political activityWorld War (1914-1918)Washington (D.C.)PrincessesWomen--EmploymentFriendshipShaw, Anna Howard,Courts and courtiersKings and rulers1796179918011808183418381843184518501851185218531854185518571858185918601861186518671868186918701871187318741875187618781879188118831884188518861887188818901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119331934193519361937193819431944194519721995199619972005201217971368590BDA554179118ocn001479265serial0.39American Academy of Political and Social ScienceAnnals of the American Academy of Political and Social SciencePeriodicalsProQuest electronic version of: Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Supports browsing, searching, and printing of documents16701ocn000399135book19280.29Strachey, LyttonElizabeth and Essex : a tragic historyHistoryBiographyDramatizes one of the most famous and most baffling romances in history -- between Elizabeth I, Queen of England, and Robert Devereux, the vital, handsome Earl of Essex. It began in May of 1587 when she was 53 and Essex was not yet 20 and continued until 16016701ocn000223677book19080.53Palmer, George HerbertThe life of Alice Freeman PalmerBiography6523ocn001228063book19150.47Shaw, Anna HowardThe story of a pioneerBiographyShe continued to serve her congregations while simultaneously attending Boston University Medical School, where she received a diploma in 1885. Inspired by leaders of the suffrage and temperance movements, Shaw resigned from her parishes in 1885 to become a lecturer for the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association. After touring the country in a series of freelance speaking engagements, she accepted Francis Willard's invitation to head the Franchise Department of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union from 1888 to 1892. With the encouragement of Susan B. Anthony, her close friend and mentor, Shaw devoted increasing amounts of time to the work of the National Woman Suffrage Association and, in 1891, became national lecturer for the newly- created National American Woman Suffrage Association. From 1892 to 1904 she was vice-president of this organization and served as its president from 1905 through 1915. In addition to eyewitness observations on the developing suffrage movement, Shaw provides extensive descriptions of frontier life and the rigors of traveling the country as a female lecturer. She also reminisces about reform-minded luminaries such as Julia Ward Howe and John Greenleaf Whittier, and includes anecdotes about her experiences in Europe6292ocn037178233book19210.28Strachey, LyttonQueen VictoriaHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyThis study of the childhood, marriage, and reign of England's beloved queen reveals a tender but determined woman4911ocn000248684book19440.50Peck, Mary GrayCarrie Chapman Catt, a biography4861ocn000239527book19280.39Dorr, Rheta ChildeSusan B. Anthony, the woman who changed the mind of a nationBiography4591ocn000689266book18940.70Mason, Otis TWoman's share in primitive cultureHistory4391ocn008407686book18990.59Howe, Julia WardReminiscences, 1819-1899Biography3421ocn000203583book19280.59Sachs, Emanie N"The terrible siren" : Victoria Woodhull (1838-1927)3232ocn000500961book0.53Harper, Ida HustedLife and work of Susan B. AnthonyHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceA biography of Susan B. Anthony, plus a great deal of information about the 19th century women's suffrage movement2991ocn001222634book19240.63Bremer, FredrikaAmerica of the fifties: letters of Fredrika BremerRecords and correspondence2922ocn000919204book19230.63Harriman, Florence JaffrayFrom pinafores to politicsThis autobiography details the life of Daisy Hurst (Mrs. J. Borden) Harriman, a wealthy New York woman who worked diligently for issues concerning working-class women. Harriman was one of the women who lent her financial support to the shirtwaist workers' strike in 1909. In addition, with Mrs. Oliver H.P. Belmont and Miss Anne Morgan, she helped organize a strike meeting of the WTUL at the Colony Club, the first women's social club in NYC, which she also helped organize. In 1912, she was named by Woodrow Wilson to serve on the Federal Industrial Relations Commission2401ocn001020611book19170.66Abbott, GraceThe immigrant and the community2351ocn001004034book19120.73Key, EllenThe woman movementKey, a noted Swedish feminist, reflects on the woman movement, painting an optimistic picture of women's future2081ocn016746550book19250.37Ferrero, GuglielmoThe women of the CæsarsHistoryBiographySocial history of the women of ancient Rome, concentrating on a few notable women of the time2011ocn055665261book19280.70Sackville-West, VAphra Behn, the incomparable AstreaHistoryBiography19026ocn001768698serial0.86Bulletin1891ocn002181781book19280.59Strachey, RayThe cause : a short history of the women's movement in Great BritainHistory1802ocn001675066book19150.76Henry, AliceThe trade union womanThe book examines the history of women's labor organization and the relationship of working-class women to the campaign for woman suffrage21ocn079237721com0.92The National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection, 1848-1921HistoryManuscripts"The NAWSA collection consists of 167 books, pamphlets and other artifacts documenting the suffrage campaign. They are a subset of the Library's larger collection donated by Carrie Chapman Catt, longtime president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, in November of 1938. The collection includes works from the libraries of other members and officers of the organization ..."01ocn439640876comMiller NAWSA suffrage scrapbooks, 1897-1911Between 1897 and 1911, Elizabeth Smith Miller and her daughter, Anne Fitzhugh Miller, filled seven large scrapbooks with ephemera and memorabilia related to their work with women's suffrage. Created by the Library of Congress, this Web site is an online companion to an exhibit that showcases these scrapbooks which offer a unique look at the political and social atmosphere of the time as well as chronicle the efforts of two women who were major participants in the suffrage movementFri Mar 21 16:12:38 EDT 2014batch24272