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Special Collections: Guide to the Isabel Greenwood Collection

Summary Information:

Collection Title: Isabel Greenwood Collection
Date of Collection:  1900-1920
Box Numbers:  540-542 and folio
Quantity: 4 ft.

Administrative Information:

Provenance: Gift of Lora Gould Greenwood
Access Restrictions: No restrictions
Preferred Citation:   Isabel Greenwood Collection, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine
Copyright: Contact department for copyright information

For Additional Information:
Special Collections Department
University of Maine
5729 Fogler Library
Orono, Maine 04469-5729
(207) 581 1686

Scope and Content Note

The Greenwood Collection is divided into seven main categories: Greenwood, Isabel Whittier (14 folders); Woman Movement (7 folders); Woman Suffrage (4 folders); Woman Suffrage Leaflets (14 folders); Woman Suffrage News clippings (11 folders); Woman Suffrage Organizations (8 folders); and Publications (241 envelopes).

Arrangement

Papers are arranged in alphabetical order by subject heading, then by chronological order. Please see the cross reference list at the end of the finding aid for further information.

Contents of Boxes

Box 540   

Box 540 f1 Cross reference list
Box 540 f2 Finding aid

 A) Greenwood, Isabel Whittier (personal papers - 14 folders)

Box 540 f3 Correspondence 1906-1914)
Box 540 f4 Farmington High School Graduate Catalogue (1883-1922)
Box 540 f5 "The Laurel" (March 1905)
Box 540 f6 "The Laurel" (June 1905)
Box 540 f7 "The Laurel" (1907)
Box 540 f8 "The Laurel" (March 1908)
Box 540 f9 "The Laurel" (1910)
Box 540 f10 "The Laurel" (Feb. 1912)
Box 540 f11 "The Laurel" (June 1914)
Box 540 f12 "The Laurel" (Christmas 1916)
Box 540 f13 "The Laurel" (1919)
Box 540 f14 Maine Motor Vehicle Laws (1911)
Box 540 f15 Misc.
Box 540 f16 Yearbook, Jay High School (1923)

B) Woman Movement (topics in the Woman Movement - 7 folders)

Box 540 f17 Children's rights
Box 540 f18 Education
Box 540 f19 Feminism
Box 540 f20 Health care
Box 540 f21 Labor issues
Box 540 f22 Pacifism
Box 540 f23 Prohibition

C) Woman Suffrage (misc. topics - 4 folders)

Box 540 f24 Anti-suffrage material
Box 540 f25 Misc.
Box 540 f26 Prominant women
Box 540 f27 Speeches

D) Woman Suffrage Leaflets (14 folders)

Box 540 f28 Leslie Bureau of Suffrage Education
Box 540 f29 Maine State Suffrage Campaign Committee
Box 540 f30 Massachusettes Woman Suffrage Association
Box 540 f31 Misc.
Box 540 f32 National American Woman Suffrage Association
Box 540 f33 National Woman's Christian Temperance Union (W.C.T.U.)
Box 540 f34 National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company
Box 540 f35 National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company - duplicates
Box 540 f36 Oregon Equal Suffrage Association 
Box 540 f37 (Miss.) Ruby Gilbert
Box 540 f38 The Suffrage Referendum League of Maine
Box 540 f39 Woman Suffrage Campaign Committee
Box 540 f40 The Woman's Journal (long folder on side)
Box 540 f41 Woman's Temperance Publishing Association

E) Woman Suffrage Newsclippings (11 folders)

Box 540 f42 International
Box 540 f43 Maine - Column, "Equal Suffrage In Maine"
Box 540 f44 Maine - The Farmington Chronicle, "Suffrage Column"
Box 540 f45 Maine - Misc. a
Box 540 f46 Maine - Misc b (long folder on side)
Box 540 f47 Maine - Legislative action
Box 540 f48 Maine - Letters to the editor
Box 540 f49 Maine - Lewiston Saturday Journal, "Woman Suffrage Department" (ca. 1915-1920)
Box 540 f50 Maine - Speakers
Box 540 f51 "Great Suffrage Debate," Lewiston Saturday Journal (1917)
Box 540 f52 National

F) Woman Suffrage Organizations (8 folders)

Box 540 f53 The Franklin Equal Suffrage Association Record  (2/2/06-3/10/08)
Box 540 f54 Maine League of Women Voters
Box 540 f55 Maine Woman Suffrage Association
Box 540 f56 Men's Equal Suffrage League of Maine
Box 540 f57 Misc.
Box 540 f58 M.W.S.A. (Maine Woman Suffrage Association) correspondence
Box 540 f59 National American Woman Suffrage Association
Box 540 f60 Suffrage School, Portland, Maine (1/8/17-1/17/17)      (long folder on side) 

Box 541  

A) Publications (43 envelopes)

Box 541 f1

Anti-Suffrage: The Nautilus (Nov. 1903)  

The Woman's Protest (May 1913)  

Box 541 f2 Boston Sunday Post - pgs. 9-12 "The Suffrage Question" by Amelia E. Barr (Aug. 24,1913)  
Box 541 f3 Civic League Record (5-07, 6-14, 11-14, 3-15)  
Box 541 f4 The Evening Post - Special Woman Suffrage Section (2-25-14) PHOTOCOPY TO BE USED INSTEAD OF ENVELOPE # 5  
Box 541 f5 The Evening Post - Woman Suffrage Section (2-25-14)  
Box 541 f6

The Evening Post, "Victory in New York in 1915" (2-25-14)  

Greenwood Collection Finding Aid, pg. 3 of 7  

Box 541 f7

Harper's Weekly: "Special Suffrage Issue" (May 8, 1915)  

"Who's Elected?" (Nov. 13, 1916)  

"Automobile Number" (March 16, 1907)  

Box 541 f8 Kennebec Journal, "Miss Laura Hughes" (June 9,1917)
Box 541 f9 Lewiston Journal, "Farmington, Her Sons & Daughters" (June 6-10, 1908)  
Box 541 f10 Lewiston Journal, "Ntl. Women's Relief Corps of Maine"    (June 6-10, 1908)  
Box 541 f11 Lewiston Evening Journal, "Lillian Nordica" (May 11, 1914)  
Box 541 f12 Lewiston Evening Journal, "Suffragists and 'Antis'" (ca? Feb. 2, 1917)  
Box 541 f13 Lewiston Evening Journal, "What Women Talk About" (July 31, 1908)  
Box 541 f14 Lewiston Saturday Journal, "Great Suffrage Debate" (Feb. 3, 1917)  
Box 541 f15 PROGRESS (April 1904, July 1905, Oct. 1905)  
Box 541 f16 PROGRESS (Jan. 1906)  
Box 541 f17 PROGRESS (March 1906, April 1906)  
Box 541 f18 PROGRESS (June 1906, July 1906, Oct. 1906, Nov. 1906, Dec. 1906, Oct. 1907)  
Box 541 f19 The Sunday American, "Woman and Her Rights" by Max Nordau  (April 19, 1914)  
Box 541 f20 The Union Signal, "Susan B. Anthony" (March 29, 1906)  
Box 541 f21 The Woman's National Daily, "The Fruits of Equal Suffrage" (May 2, ?)  
Box 541 f22 The Woman Citizen Index (Vol. 1, Nos 1 to 26, June 2 to Nov. 24, 1917)  
Box 541 f23 The Woman Citizen (June 2, 1917; June 9,1918; July 14, 1917; June 16, 1917)  
Box 541 f24 The Woman Citizen (June 23, 1917; June 30, 1917; July 21, 1917; July 28, 1917)  
Box 541 f25 The Woman Citizen (July 28, 1917; Aug. 4, 1917; Aug. 11,           1917; Aug. 18, 1917; Aug. 25, 1917; Sept. 1, 1917)  
Box 541 f26 The Woman Citizen (Sep. 8, 1917; Nov. 24, 1917; Jan. 5, 1918; March 23, 1918; Aug. 17, 1918)  
Box 541 f27 Woman Journal Indexes (1901,1903,1904,1907,1910,1911,1912, 1913)  
Box 541 f28 The Woman's Journal 1900: Oct. 6  
Box 541 f29 The Woman's Journal 1901: May 18 (Suffrage Debate); May 25; July 6; Oct. 12  
Box 541 f30 The Woman's Journal 1901: Oct. 19; Nov. 2,9,16,23  
Box 541 f31  The Woman's Journal 1901: Nov. 30; Dec. 7,14,21,28  
Box 541 f32 The Woman's Journal 1902: Jan., 4,18,25  
33) The Woman's Journal 1902: Feb. 1,8,15,22  
34) The Woman's Journal 1902: March 8,15,22,29  
35) The Woman's Journal 1902: April 5,12,19,26  
36) The Woman's Journal 1902: May 3,10,17,31  
37) The Woman's Journal 1902: June 7,14,21,28  
38) The Woman's Journal 1902: July 5,12,19  
39) The Woman's Journal 1902: Aug. 2,9,16,23,30  
40) The Woman's Journal 1902: Sep. 6,13,20  
41) The Woman's Journal 1902: Oct. 4,11,18,25  
42) The Woman's Journal 1902: Nov. 8,15,22,29  
43) The Woman's Journal 1902: Dec. 6,13,20,27 

BOX #542  

A) Publications (43 envelopes)  

 1) The Woman's Journal 1903: Jan. 3,10,17,24,31  
 2) The Woman's Journal 1903: Feb. 14,21,28; March 14,21  
 3) The Woman's Journal 1903: April 4,11,18,25  
 4) The Woman's Journal 1903: May 2,9,16,23,30  
 5) The Woman's Journal 1903: June 13,20,27  
 6) The Woman's Journal 1903: July 4,11,18,25  
 7) The Woman's Journal 1903: Aug. 1,8,15,22  
 8) The Woman's Journal 1903: Sep. 5,12,19,26  
  9) The Woman's Journal 1903: Oct. 3,10,17,24,31  
10) The Woman's Journal 1903: Nov. 7,14,28  
11) The Woman's Journal 1903: Dec. 6,19,26  
12) The Woman's Journal 1904: Jan. 9,16; Feb. 6,13,20,27  
13) The Woman's Journal 1904: March 5,12,19,26  
14) The Woman's Journal 1904: April 2,9,16,23,30  
15) The Woman's Journal 1904: May 7,14,21,28  
16) The Woman's Journal 1904: June 11,18; July 2,9,16,30  
17) The Woman's Journal 1904: Aug. 6,13,20,27  
18) The Woman's Journal 1904: Sep. 3,10,17,24  
19) The Woman's Journal 1904: Oct. 1,8,15,22,29  
20) The Woman's Journal 1904: Nov. 5,12,19,26  
21) The Woman's Journal 1904: Dec. 3,10,17,24,31  
22) The Woman's Journal 1905: Jan. 7,14,21,28  
23) The Woman's Journal 1905: Feb. 4,18; March 4,11,18,25  
24) The Woman's Journal 1905: April 8,15,22,29  
25) The Woman's Journal 1905: May 3,20,27  
26) The Woman's Journal 1905: June 3,10,17,24  
27) The Woman's Journal 1905: July 1,8,22,29  
28) The Woman's Journal 1905: Aug. 5,19,26  
29) The Woman's Journal 1905: Sep. 2,9,16,30  
30) The Woman's Journal 1905: Oct. 14,21,28  
31) The Woman's Journal 1905: Nov. 4,11,18,25  
32) The Woman's Journal 1905: Dec. 2,9,16,23  
33) The Woman's Journal 1906: Jan. 6,13,20,27  
34) The Woman's Journal 1906: Feb. 3,10,17,24  
35) The Woman's Journal 1906: March 3,10; April 14,21,28  
36) The Woman's Journal 1906: May 5,12,19,23  
37) The Woman's Journal 1906: June 2,9,16,23,30  
38) The Woman's Journal 1906: July 14,21,28  
39) The Woman's Journal 1906: Aug. 4,18,25  
40) The Woman's Journal 1906: Sep. 1,8,22,29  
41) The Woman's Journal 1906: Oct. 6,13,20  
42) The Woman's Journal 1906: Nov. 3,10,17,24  
43) The Woman's Journal 1906: Dec. 15,29  

BOX #542a

A) Publications (43 envelopes)

   1) The Woman's Journal 1907: Jan. 5,19; Feb. 2,23  
   2) The Woman's Journal 1907: March 2,23; April 13,20,27  
   3) The Woman's Journal 1907: May 11,18; June 1,8,13,20  
  4) The Woman's Journal 1907: Aug. 3,10,17,24  
   5) The Woman's Journal 1907: Sep. 7,28; Oct. 5,12,19,26  
   6) The Woman's Journal 1907: Nov. 2,9,16,23,30  
   7) The Woman's Journal 1907: Dec. 7,21  
   8) The Woman's Journal 1908: Feb. 15; March 21; April 3; Aug. 22  
   9) The Woman's Journal 1909: June 26; Dec. 18  
10) The Woman's Journal 1910: Jan. 8; Feb. 12,26  
11) The Woman's Journal 1910: April 2,23,30  
12) The Woman's Journal 1910: May 7,21,28  
13) The Woman's Journal 1910: June 4,11,18,25  
14)  The Woman's Journal 1910: July 2,9,16,23,30  
15) The Woman's Journal 1910: Aug. 6,13,20,27  
16) The Woman's Journal 1910: Sep. 3,10,17,24  
17) The Woman's Journal 1910: Oct. 1,8,15,22,29  
18) The Woman's Journal 1910: Nov. 12,19,26  
19) The Woman's Journal 1910: Dec.3,10,17,24  
20) The Woman's Journal 1911: Jan. 28; Feb. 4  
21)  The Woman's Journal 1911: Feb. 11,18,25  
22) The Woman's Journal 1911: March 4,11,18,25  
23) The Woman's Journal 1911: April 1,8,15,29  
24) The Woman's Journal 1911: May 6,20,27  
25) The Woman's Journal 1911: June 3,10,17,24  
26) The Woman's Journal 1911: July 1,8,22,29  
27) The Woman's Journal 1911: Aug. 5,12,19,26  
28) The Woman's Journal 1911: Sep. 2,9,16,23,30  
29) The Woman's Journal 1911: Oct. 7,14,21,28  
30) The Woman's Journal 1911: Nov. 4,11,18,25  
31) The Woman's Journal 1911: Dec. 2,9,16,23,30  
32) The Woman's Journal 1912: Jan. 6,13,27  
33) The Woman's Journal 1912: Feb. 3,10,17  
34) The Woman's Journal 1912: March 16,23,30  
35) The Woman's Journal 1912: April 6,13,20,27  
36) The Woman's Journal 1912: May 4,11,18,25  
37) The Woman's Journal 1912: June 1,8,15,22,29  
38) The Woman's Journal 1912: July 6,13,27  
39) The Woman's Journal 1912: Aug. 3,10,17,24,31  
40) The Woman's Journal 1912: Sep. 7,14,21,28  
41) The Woman's Journal 1912: Oct. 5,19,26  
42) The Woman's Journal 1912: Nov. 2,9,16,30  
43) The Woman's Journal 1912: Dec. 7,14,21,28  

BOX 3542B

A) Publications (36 envelopes)

  1) The Woman's Journal 1913: Jan. 11,18,25  
   2) The Woman's Journal 1913: Feb. 1,15,22; March 1  
   3) The Woman's Journal 1913: March 8,15,22,29  
   4) The Woman's Journal 1913: April 5,12,19,26  
  5) The Woman's Journal 1913: May 3,10; Woman Suffrage Supplement; May 17  
  6) The Woman's Journal 1913: May 24,31; June 7,14  
  7) The Woman's Journal 1913: June 21, 28; July 12, 19  
  8) The Woman's Journal 1913: July 26; Aug. 2,9,16  
   9) The Woman's Journal 1913: Aug. 23; Sep. 6,13,20  
10) The Woman's Journal 1913: Sep. 27; Oct. 4,11,18  
11) The Woman's Journal 1913: Oct. 25; Nov. 1,15,22  
12) The Woman's Journal 1913: Nov. 29; Dec. 6.13.27  
13) The Woman's Journal 1914: Jan. 4,10,27,24  
14) The Woman's Journal 1914: Jan. 31; Feb. 7,14,21  
15) The Woman's Journal 1914: Feb. 28; March 7,14,21  
16) The Woman's Journal 1914: March 28; April 4,11,18  
17) The Woman's Journal 1914: April 25; May 2,9,16  
18) The Woman's Journal 1914: May 23,30; June 6,13  
19) The Woman's Journal 1914: June 20,27; July 4,11  
20) The Woman's Journal 1914: July 18,25; Aug. 1,8  
21) The Woman's Journal 1914: Aug. 15,22,29; Sep. 5  
22) The Woman's Journal 1914: Sep. 12,19,26; Oct. 3  
23) The Woman's Journal 1914: Oct. 10,17,24; Nov. 7  
24) The Woman's Journal 1914: Nov. 14,28; Dec. 5,26  
25) The Woman's Journal 1915: Jan. 2,9,16,23  
26) The Woman's Journal 1915: Jan. 30; Feb. 6,27; March 6  
27) The Woman's Journal 1915: March 20, 27; April 3,10  
28) The Woman's Journal 1915: April 17,24; May 1,8  
29) The Woman's Journal 1915: May 22,29; June 5,12  
30) The Woman's Journal 1915: June 19,26; July 3,10  
31) The Woman's Journal 1915: July 17,24,31; Aug. 7  
32)  The Woman's Journal 1915: Suffrage News Supplement; Aug. 21,28; Sep. 4  
33) The Woman's Journal 1915: Sep. 11,18,25; Oct. 2  
34) The Woman's Journal 1915: Oct. 9,16,23,30  
35) The Woman's Journal 1915: Nov. 13,20,27  
36) The Woman's Journal 1915: Dec. 4,11,18,25  

BOX 542c  

A) Publications (33 envelopes)

THE NEXT 32 ENTRIES ARE FOR THE WOMAN'S JOURNAL  

   1) The Woman's Journal 1916: Jan. 1,8,22,29  
   2) The Woman's Journal 1916: Feb. 5,12,19,26  
   3) The Woman's Journal 1916: March 4,11,18,25  
   4) The Woman's Journal 1916: April 1,8,15,22  
   5) The Woman's Journal 1916: April 29; May 6,13,20  
   6) The Woman's Journal 1916: May 27; June 3,10,24  
  7) The Woman's Journal 1916: July 8,15,22,29  
   8) The Woman's Journal 1916: Aug. 5,12,19,26  
   9) The Woman's Journal 1916: Sep. 2,9,16,30  
10) The Woman's Journal 1916: Oct. 7,14,21  
11) The Woman's Journal 1916: Nov. 4,11,18  
12) The Woman's Journal 1916: Dec. 2,9,23,30  
13) The Woman's Journal Jan. 6, 1917  
14) The Woman's Journal Jan. 13, 1917  
15) The Woman's Journal Jan. 20, 1917  
16) The Woman's Journal Jan. 27, 1917  
17) The Woman's Journal Feb. 3, 1917  
18) The Woman's Journal Feb. 10, 1917  
19) The Woman's Journal Feb. 17, 1917  
20) The Woman's Journal Feb. 27, 1917  
21) The Woman's Journal March 3, 1917  
22)  The Woman's Journal March 17, 1917  
23) The Woman's Journal March 24, 1917  
24) The Woman's Journal March 31, 1917  
25) The Woman's Journal April 7, 1917  
26) The Woman's Journal April 14, 1917  
27) The Woman's Journal April 21, 1917  
28) The Woman's Journal April 28, 1917  
29) The Woman's Journal May 5, 1917  
30) The Woman's Journal May 12, 1917  
31) The Woman's Journal May 19, 1917  
32) The Woman's Journal May 26, 1917  
33) The Woman's Tribune (March 17, ?)  

FOLIO  

Suffrage Petition, 1917  

CROSS REFERENCE FOR GREENWOOD COLLECTION

For additional references on the following subjects, see the Supplement to the Woman's Journal: 1901, 1903, 1904, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1912, and 1913, and The Woman's Journal issues for 1905, 1906, 1908, 1909, 1914, 1915, 1916, and 1917.  Also see the "Index to The Woman Citizen" Vol. I, NOS 1 to 26.  All folder numbers cited are for box 540.  The remaining files are under Publications in boxes 541 and 542 in alphabetical order.  

ANTI-SUFFRAGE

Woman Suffrage: Anti-Suffrage Material (folder #24)

"Dr. Mary S. Croswell" (notes on anti-suffrage speakers)  
Mrs. Ford of Boston on "Anti-Suffrage" (notes on 1916 speech)  
"L.W. Greenwood" (envelope on anti-suffrage, materials include)  
Untitled  
"Comparison of the Official Votes in Six Non-Suffrage and Six Suffrage States"  
"Massachusettes Association Opposed to the Further Extention of Suffrage to Women"  
"Municipal Suffrage for Women - Why?"  
"Of What Benefit to Women?"  
"Objections to License Suffrage Fram A No-License Point of View"  
"Opinions of Eminent Persons Against Suffrage"  
"The Successful Woman"  
"Woman's Power and Woman Suffrage"  
"Suffragists and the 'Antis'"  
"Mrs. Edwin Ford Speaker at Anti-Suffrage Meeting"  
"What Mrs. White Says"  
"A Truce in Suffrage Battle"  
"An Amazing Argument"  
"Anti-Suffragists Argue Their Case"  
"Anti-Suffrage In Discussion..."  
"Anti-Suffragists Open Headquarters"  
"Antis' Movement is Constructive"  
"Local Woman... Plans for Anti-Suffrage Order"     
"Suffrage Column"  
"What Women Talk About"  
Publications: The Nautilus (November 1903)  
Publications: The Woman's Protest (May 1913)  

CHILDREN'S RIGHTS

Woman Movement: Children's Rights (folder #17)  

"House Refuses Central Court for Juveniles"  
  "Visit Interrupts Debate"  
"The Juvenile Court Laws of the State of Colorado" (1905)  
"The Problem of the Children and How the State of Colorado Cares for Them: A Report of the Juvenile Court of Denver" (1904)  
"Protect the Children"  
"Recent Progress of the Juvenile Court Movement"  

Woman Movement: Labor Issues (#21)  

"National Child Labor Committee: Child Labor Legislation -  A Requisite for Industrial Efficiency" by Jane Adams  
"Child Labor Legislation" (1906)  
"Women and Children in Industry"  

EDUCATION

Woman Movement: Education (folder #18)  

"History of the Education of Women in the United States up to        the time of their General Admissions Into Colleges"(A bibliography)  
"Why Petition of the Teachers Was Denied"  
"Suffrage Column: Facts About Denver"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Leslie Bureau... (#28)  

"Turn On The Light"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Mass. Women Suffrage Assoc. (#30)  

  "For Equal Rights"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Pub. Co.      (#32)  

"Teachers Need the Vote"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Woman's Journal (#40 - folder on side)  

"The Schools and the Commonwealth"  

FEMINISM

Woman Movement: Feminism (folder #19)  

"What the Woman Movement Means" (Dec. 1916)  
"What's In A Woman's Mind?" (1916)  
  "The Status of Woman Marks the Degree of a Nation's Civilization"  
Publications: Harper's Weekly (May 8, 1915)  
"Mothers, Sisters and Sons" (socialized gender roles, pg. 448)  

HEALTH CARE

Woman Movement: Health Care (folder #20)  

"Manufacturing of Foods in the Tenements"  
"Vaccination" (May 1906)  
"Vaccination" (June 1906)  
"Vaccination" (July 1906)  
"The Right Way" (Sep. 1908)  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Leslie Bureau... (#28)   

"Turn on the Light" 

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. Woman Suffrage Pub. Co. (#34)  

"Suffrage Argument: Outline for Speech or Debate"  
"Woman in the Home"  

INTERNATIONAL SUFFRAGE

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Masachusettes Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#30)  

"For Equal Rights"

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Misc. (#31)  

"Where Women Vote"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"Equal Suffrage in Australia"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Woman Suffrage Campaign Committee (#39)  

  "Have You Heard the News?"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"Equal Suffrage in New Zealand"  

Woman Suffrage Newsclippings: International (#42)  

Cartoon on international suffrage  
"The History of Man Suffrage"  

LABOR ISSUES

Woman Movement: Labor Issues (folder #21)  

Untitled  
American Magazine (July, 1906) "The Single Woman's Problem"   (pg.281)  
"Antitrust Legislation" (May 26, 1914)  
"Child Labor Legislation..." by Jane Adams  
"Child Labor Legislation" (1906)  
"Consumer League of Massachusettes" (3 pamphlets)  
"Ladies Tailors"  
"Referendum News for the Termination of Machine Rule"  (10/19/05)  
"Housewives Not Responsible for Food Waste In America"  
"Rounds Downed in One Round"  
"Plaint of the Perfect Lady"  
Letter to the editor  
"Scissored Wisdom"  
"Women and Children In Industry"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Leslie Bureau of Suffrage Education (#28)  

"Turn on the Light"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Mass. Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#30)  

"For Equal Rights"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Nt. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

  "The Division of Labor"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. Woman Suffrage Pub. Co. (#34)  

"Suffrage Argument: Outline for Speech or Debate"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Oregon Equal Suffrage Assoc. (#36)  

"Argement in Favor of Equal Suffrage Consititutional Amendment"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"Will the Home Suffer?"  
"Women In Industry"  
Publications: Harper's Weekly (May 8, 1915)  
  "The 'Protected Sex' in Industry" (pg. 443)  

MAINE WOMAN SUFFRAGE  

Woman Suffrage: Speeches (folder #27) (from Isabel Whittier Greenwood files - untitled)  
Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Maine State Suffrage Campaign Committee (#29)  
Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Suffrage Referendum League of Maine (#38)  
Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Woman Suffrage Campaign Committee (#39)  
Woman Suffrage News clippings - Maine "Equal Suffrage In Maine" (#43)  
Woman Suffrage News clippings - Maine: The Farmington Chronicle "Suffrage Column" (#44)  
Woman Suffrage News clippings - Maine misc. a (#45)  
Woman Suffrage News clippings - Maine Legislative Action (#47)  
Woman Suffrage News clippings - Maine Letters to the Editor (#48)  
Woman Suffrage News clippings - Maine "Woman Suffrage Department" (#49)  
Woman Suffrage Newsclippings - Maine Speakers (#50)  
Woman Suffrage Newsclippings - Maine "Great Suffrage Debate" (#51)  
Woman Suffrage Organizations: The Franklin Equal Suffrage      Association Record (#53)  
Woman Suffrage Organizations: Maine League of Woman Voters (#54)  
Woman Suffrage Organizations: Maine Woman Suffrage Association News articles; pamphlets; by laws and constitution; correspondence; convention booklets; programs; membership lists. (#55)  
Woman Suffrage Organizations: Men's Equal Suffrage League of Maine Statement of purpose and news article (#56)  
Woman Suffrage Organizations: Maine Woman Suffrage Association Correspondence to Isabel Whittier Greenwood (#58)  
Woman Suffrage Organizations: Suffrage School, Portland, ME  Pamphlet, news article, and outlines of organized lectures for 1/8/17-1/17/17. (#60)  
Publications: Civic League Record Publication of The Christian Civic League of Maine: May, 1907; June, 1914.  

MALE SUPPORT OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE

Woman Movement: Feminism (folder #19)  

"What's In A Woman's Mind?"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Leslie Bureal of Suffrage Education (#28)  

"Living Witnesses"  
"Opinions of Catholic Clergy"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Mass. Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#30)  

  "A Reasonable Reform" by Ralph Waldo Emerson  
"Woman in the State"  
"Woman Suffrage Essential to the Republic"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Misc. (#31)  

"Opinions of Prominant Men of Maine on Woman Suffrage"  
"Rossevelt for Equal Rights"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"Judge Lindsay on Suffrage"  
"Ruling at Second Hand"  
"Woman's Co-operation Essential to Pure Politics"  
"Women Should Mind Their Own Business"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. Woman Suffrage Pub. Co. (#34)  

"Is Woman Suffrage Important?"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: (Miss.) Ruby Gilbert (#37)  

"A Double Jury on Woman Suffrage"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Suffrage Referendum League of Maine (#38)  

  "The West - A New Factor"  
"Why Does A Man Vote?"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"A Duty of Women"  
"The City for the People"  
"Father Scully On Equal Suffrage"  
"James Freeman Clarke versus Francis Parkman"  
"Judge Lindsay's Testimony"  
"Objections to Woman Suffrage Answered" by Henry B. Blackwell  
"Opinions of Clergy"  
"Straight Lines or Oblique Lines"  
"Three Massachusettes Statesmen"  
"Woman Suffrage: Reason for and Against"  
"Women and the State"  

Woman Suffrage Newsclippings: Maine, misc. a (#45)  

"The Fruits of Equal Suffrage" 

Woman Suffrage Newsclippings: Maine, misc. b (#46) 

"Woman and Her Rights"  
Publications: The Woman's Journal (4/23/10)  Mark Twaine  

NATIONAL SUFFRAGE

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Mass. Woman Suffrage Assoc. (folder #30)  

"For Equal Rights"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Misc. (#31)  

"Mayors of Five States Recommend Municipal Suffrage for Women"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"The Elective Franchise"  
"More Testimony from Colorado"  
"Prosperity in Colorado"
"When Gamblers 'Pray' and Mothers Can 'Demand'"  
"Woman Suffrage and Prosperity"  
"Woman Suffrage in Wyoming"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. Woman Suffrage Pub. Co. (#34)  

"Votes for Women A Success"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"How Women Voted In Colorado"  
"Professor Kelly on Colorado"  
"Wyoming Speaks for Herself"  

Woman Suffrage News clippings: National (#52)  

"Mrs. Pankhurst's Address"  
"McCalls Plurality Over Walsh"  
"How Recent Legislation Affects Woman of U.S."  
"Do Women Vote Where They Can?"  
"Suffrage Issue Will Come Up In Congress"  
"Denies Woman Suffrage Makes Mollycoddles" by Alice Stone Blackwell  
"N.Y. Suffragists Condemn Pickets"  
"Facts As To New Jersey"  
"Federal Amendment"  
  "Suffrage States"  
cartoon 
"Not That Kind of People"  
"Democracy in the Nation's Capital"  

Woman Suffrage Organizations: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc.  

Newsclippings (#59)

Publications: Boston Sunday Post (8/24/13)  

"The Suffrage Question" by Amelia E. Barr (pg. 9-12)  

Publications: Harper's Weekly (May 8, 1915)  

Special Suffrage Issue  

Publications: Progress (April 1905 to Dec. 1906)  

Publications: The Union Signal #13 (3/29/06)  

"The Enfranchisement of Women In Colorado" (pg. 3-6)  

"Equal Suffrage In Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah" (pg. 7)  

Publications: The Woman's Journal (Aug. 5, 1905, Sep. 9, 1905,

 March 17, 1906)  

PACIFISM

Woman Movement: Pacifism (folder #22)  

"Perpetual Peace or Perpetual Battle?"  

Publications: Harper's Weekly (May 8, 1915)  

"Men and Guns" (pg. 441)  

Publications: Harper's Weekly (Nov. 13, 1916)  

"Face the War Danger and Prepare For Peace" (pg. 265)  

PROHIBITION

Woman Movement: Prohibition (folder #23)  

"Beneficial Results of Prohibition In Kansas"  
"The Bible Teaches Prohibition"
"Personal Liberty"  
"Shall The Maine Prohibitory Law Be Resubmitted?"  
"Woman Suffrage and the Liquor Interests"  
"Woman Suffrage and the Social Evil"  
"What Prohibition Has Done For Kansas"  
Publications: The Civic League Record May 1907; June 1914; Nov. 1914; March 1915.  

Publications: The Union Signal (3/29/06)  

"A Glimpse of the Year's Work of the W.C.T.U. for the Enfranchisement of Women" (pg. 10-13)

WOMEN PROMINENT IN THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT

ADAMS, JANE

Woman Movement: Labor Issues (folder #21)  

"Child Labor Legislation"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"The Modern City and the Municipal Franchise for Women"  (Feb. 1906)  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: NTl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"Women & Public Housekeeping"  

ANTHONY, SUSAN B.

Publications: Progress (October 1907)  
Publications: The Union Signal (NO.13)  

"Susan B. Anthony"  

Woman Suffrage: Prominent Women (#26)  

"The Susan B. Anthony Amendment: A Bit of History"  

BLACKWELL, ALICE STONE

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"The Division of Labor"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Temperance Pub. Assoc. (#41)  

"12 Reasons Why Women Want to Vote"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"Objections Answered"  
"The Woman's Column" (1/10/03)  
"The Case in Washington"  
"Equal Suffrage in New Zealand" (Jan. 1898)  

CATT, CARRIE CHAPMAN  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Misc (#25)  

"Where Women Vote"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"Do You Know?"  

Woman Suffrage Organizations: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage  Assoc. (#59)  

Portrait  

Woman Suffrage News clippings: National (#52)  

"Denies Woman Suffrage Makes Mollycoddles"  

Woman Suffrage Organizations: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#59)  

"Something of Mrs. Catt's Career"
"Story of Mrs. Catt and Her Long Service" (#59)  

BARTON, CLARA

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"Clara Barton for Woman Suffrage" (March 1898)  

HOWE, JULIA WARD

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"Mrs. Howe on Equal Rights" (2/12/06)  

LIVERMORE, MARY A.

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Nt. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"Mrs. Livermore on Suffrage"  

PANKHURST, EMMELINE (Mrs.)

Woman Suffrage Newsclippings: National (#52)  

"Local Intelligence: Mrs. Pankhurst's Address"

STONE, LUCY  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. American Woman Suffrage Assoc. (#32)  

"Questions for our Remonstrants"  

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: The Woman's Journal (#40)  

"Lucy Stone" (Sep. 1893)  
Publications: The Woman's Journal 1900 to 1917 - Lucy Stone founder

STANTON, ELIZABETH CADY  

Woman Suffrage: Misc. (#25)  

"Suggestions for Celebration of the Birthday Anniversary of  Elizabeth Cady Stanton"  

WILLARD, FRANCES E.

Woman Suffrage: Prominant Women (#26)  

"Two Patriots: Abraham Lincoln, Frances E. Willard"  

SONGS ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE

Woman Suffrage Leaflets: Ntl. Woman's Christian Temperance Union   (#33)  

"Franchise Song"  
"Song Leaflet"  

 

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