Carrie Chapman Catt Papers

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Carrie Lane Chapman Catt (1859-1947) was an internationally recognized suffragist, feminist, and political activist. This collection contains six of Catt’s personal photograph albums, circa 1840 to 1940. The albums contain approximately 815 photographs related to the women's suffrage movement, including portraits and records of parades, demonstrations, conferences, and other events. The albums cover both the American and international suffrage movements. Notable figures depicted include: Louisa May Alcott, Dr. Josephine Baker, Carrie Chapman Catt, Emmeline Pankhurst, Mark Twain, Theodore Roosevelt, Mary Wollstonecraft, and Woodrow Wilson.

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Suffragist portraits
Governor of Maine Signing Suffrage Bill
Suffragists in Alabama
Letter from Mary A. Hunter to Carrie Chapman Catt, August 12, 1945
Mary A. Livermore, Lucy Stone, and Henry Blackwell
National American Woman Suffrage Association portraits
Suffragist portraits
Wisconsin delegation, National Suffrage Parade
National American Woman Suffrage Association
Portrait of Mrs. LaFollett
Suffragist parades
National League of Women Voters group portrait
Suffragist portraits
Suffrage in Wyoming
National American Woman Suffrage Association portraits
Liberty Bell and staircase, Independence Hall
Suffrage leaders in Washington, D.C.
Suffrage parades
Suffragist group portrait
Suffragists in Arizona