Lobbying for Passage of the National Suffrage Amendment, Document List

What Lobbying Tactics Did Suffragists Use to Obtain Congressional Approval Of a Woman Suffrage Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, 1917-1920?

Document List

Introduction

Document One: "Suffragists' Machine Perfected in All States Under Mrs. Catt's Rule," New York Times, 29 April 1917

Document Two: Maud Wood Park to Mary Garrett Hay, 6 September 1918

Document Three: Carrie Chapman Catt to Maud Wood Park, November 1918

Document Four: Mary Garrett Hay to Maud Wood Park, 21 November 1918

Document Five: Adelaide M Balch, Report of the National American Woman Suffrage Association Political Committee, 9 December 1918

Document Six: Mary Garrett Hay to Maud Wood Park, [1919?]

Document Seven: Carrie Chapman Catt to Senator Charles Curtis, 15 January 1919

Document Eight: Mary Garrett Hay to Maud Wood Park, 30 January 1919

Document Nine: Minnie Cunningham to Mary Garrett Hay, 31 January 1919

Document Ten: Mary Garrett Hay to Maud Wood Park, 26 February 1919

Document Eleven: Mary Garrett Hay to Marjorie Shuler, 10 March 1919

Document Twelve: Mary Garrett Hay to Maud Wood Park, 13 March 1919

Document Thirteen: Letter from Mary Garrett Hay to Maud Wood Park, [1919?]

Document Fourteen: "Suffrage Wins in Senate; Now Goes to States," The New York Times, 5 June 1919

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