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COLLECTION Identifier: WRC Pa; M-133, reels D30-48; M-91

Papers of Maud Wood Park in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1870-1960

Journal, photographs, scrapbooks, writings, etc., of Maud Wood Park, suffragist, civic reformer, and writer. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.

Dates

  • 1870-1960

Language of Materials

Materials in English.

Access Restrictions:

Access. ORIGINALS CLOSED. USE MICROFILM. REQUEST AS: M-133, reels D30-48.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright. Copyright in the papers created by Maud Wood Park as well as copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns.

Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.

Extent

8.71 linear feet ((5 cartons, 2 file boxes, 3 folio boxes) plus 3 folio folders, 6 folio+ folders, 1 supersize folder)

This series has been sub-divided into four sub-series: Personal and biographical, Writings and speeches, Suffrage and women's rights, and Other organizations and issues.

The papers provide information about Maud Wood Park's college education and her early attempts at writing, her involvement in Massachusetts and national woman suffrage campaigns, her activities after the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, the organizations with which she was affiliated, some of the people with whom she worked, her trip around the world, and her speeches and writings. There is almost no information about her family and personal life (childhood, adolescence, marriages).

In reprocessing this series, the processor assumed that the existing filing system was Park's and/or Edna Stantial's and rearranged the papers as little as possible. Although a part of WRC, this series is numbered separately; each file unit is preceded by the letters Pa (for Park).

Many items, such as plays and the "Around the World" reports, were in binders and in the previous inventory were listed as volumes. To facilitate microfilming and for preservation purposes they were removed from their binders and placed in folders. Dates given in this revised inventory and not found on the items themselves are derived from the previous inventory. Some items retain indelible former volume and folder numbers; these should be disregarded.

"Introductory Notes" and "Supplementary Notes" by Park occur throughout the series. Many of these organizational and legislative histories were written in 1943, while some are undated; they have been placed first in their respective folders. There are dated and undated notes (on separate sheets and directly on items) by Edna Stantial and person/s unknown; some contain misleading information. There are also numbers or combinations of numbers and letters on many items, particularly in the League of Women Voters section of sub-Series C. All information added by the processor is in square brackets.

Subseries A, Personal and biographical (#Pa 1-17, vol. 63o-vol. 66o), contains a journal, photographs, scrapbooks, reminiscences, interviews with Park, press releases, clippings, obituaries, and tributes. Four of the five scrapbooks, containing mostly clippings re: Park, were previously microfilmed and discarded. Their old volume numbers have been retained in this revised inventory so as to match the numbers on the film, which has been spliced in at the appropriate place.

Subseries B, Writings and speeches (#Pa 18-93f), is arranged alphabetically and contains articles, books, essays, plays, poems, short stories, and speeches by Park. The material in most categories is arranged chronologically, with correspondence and miscellaneous notes and pages, etc., at the end; the exception is the plays, which are arranged alphabetically by title.

Subseries C, Suffrage and women's rights (#Pa 94-242), is divided into two sections. The suffrage section contains Park's organizational histories, and documents (constitutions, minutes, reports, etc.), correspondence, photographs, fliers, brochures, and other printed material of Massachusetts and national suffrage organizations. Organizations appear in the following order: Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government (including reports from Park's "Around the World" trip, which was financed by Pauline Agassiz Shaw, president of Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government); Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association; other Massachusetts organizations, arranged alphabetically; national organizations, arranged alphabetically; and anti-suffrage pamphlets, clippings, etc.

The second section, women's rights, contains Park's organizational and legislative histories, and reports, publications, correspondence, photographs, Park speeches, clippings, etc., of or about the national and Massachusetts League of Women Voters, with one folder from the World Woman's Party for Equal Rights. Much of the League of Women Voters material was numbered and arranged, apparently by Park and/or Edna Stantial, perhaps for an article. This arrangement is partly chronological, partly by subject; some interspersed items are unnumbered, some numbered differently, some dated, others undated. The processor has left this "system" in place and rearranged as little as possible.

Subseries D, Other organizations and issues (#Pa 243-256), contains documentation about children's issues, including the Children's Bureau of the United States Department of Labor, Social Security legislation, and conferences; and about race relations and the poll tax. There is also material from or about the Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of the American Constitution, and the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies.

The last folder (#257) in the series contains photographs moved from their original locations; they were filmed with their respective folders.

The printed guide includes a name and subject index compiled by UPA.

BIOGRAPHY

Maud Wood Park, suffragist, civic reformer, first president of the National League of Women Voters (League of Women Voters), and writer, was born on January 25, 1871, in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Mary Russell (Collins) and James Rodney Wood. Little is known about her childhood and early adolescence. Her adult life is summarized in the following chronology.
  1. 1887: Graduated as class valedictorian, St. Agnes School, Albany, New York
  2. 1887-1895: Taught school in Bedford and Chelsea, Massachusetts
  3. 1895: Entered Radcliffe College
  4. 1895-1898: Studied English with Professor George Pierce Baker
  5. 1897: Participated in co-ed intercollegiate debate; September: secretly married Charles Edward Park, a Boston architect
  6. 1898: With fellow student Inez Haynes Irwin, invited Alice Stone Blackwell to address Radcliffe students; Spoke at annual dinner of New England suffrage associations; Graduated summa cum laude
  7. 1898-1899: Lectured on English literature in Boston area; joins Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association (MWSA), made suffrage speeches
  8. 1900: Attended her first National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) meeting, Washington D.C.; With Inez Haynes Irwin, organized College Equal Suffrage League (CESL); Visited Massachusetts women's colleges to form College Equal Suffrage League chapters
  9. 1900-1902: Chair of Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association Executive Board
  10. 1901: Co-founder and then executive secretary of Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government (BESAGG)
  11. 1902-?: Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association Chairman of Meetings, later Legislative Chairman ca.1903 helps organize the first Boston Parent-Teacher Association
  12. 1904: Charles E. Park died
  13. 1904-1907: Organizes College Equal Suffrage League chapters in New York and other states
  14. 1905: Taught Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government study classes on state government; visited the four woman suffrage states: Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming
  15. 1907: Conducted a conference on pending legislation sponsored by Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, Women's Educational and Industrial Union, and Massachusetts State Federation of Women's Clubs; Resigned from her Massachusetts suffrage positions; July: moved to San Francisco
  16. 1908: Visited six midwestern states to organize College Equal Suffrage League chapters; With M. Carey Thomas, president of Bryn Mawr College, and approval of National American Woman Suffrage Association, organized National College Equal Suffrage League; Secretly married Robert Hunter, actor and theatrical agent
  17. 1908-1916: Vice-president of College Equal Suffrage League
  18. 1909-1910: With Mabel Willard traveled around the world to study women in other countries
  19. 1910: Executive secretary of Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government; served on Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association board and Legislative Committee; Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government formed Woman Suffrage Party
  20. 1910-?: Lectured on suffrage, women in other countries
  21. 1912: Named one of three Massachusetts women delegates to Progressive Party national convention; stumped for suffrage in Kansas, Wisconsin, Ohio
  22. 1912-1915: Helped formulate Massachusetts suffrage campaign strategies ca.1914-1916 with Robert Hunter, wrote play: "Cotton Dresses"
  23. 1915: Massachusetts suffrage referendum campaign fails
  24. 1916: Left Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government job
  25. 1917: Moved to Washington, D.C., became chair of National American Woman Suffrage Association Congressional Committee
  26. 1920: Nineteenth Amendment ratified
  27. 1920-1924: First president of National League of Women Voters (LWV); chair of Women's Joint Congressional Committee (WJCC), coalition of ten women's organizations, including League of Women Voters
  28. 1921-1922: Women's Joint Congressional Committee lobbied successfully for Sheppard-Towner Maternity and Infancy Protection Act and Cable Act
  29. 1924: Fell ill; moved to Cape Cottage, Maine; continued play writing, under own name and also C.J. Maywood, Constance May, Anna Field (?)
  30. 1924: Continued to lecture
  31. 1925: Spoke in support of World Court
  32. 1926: Served as League of Women Voters legislative counselor
  33. 1928: Robert Hunter died
  34. 1939: Park's play, Lucy Stone, performed in Boston
  35. 1943: With Edna Stantial, a former secretary of Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, prepared and gave Woman's Rights Collection (WRC) to Radcliffe College
  36. 1946: Sold Maine house, moved to Boston
  37. 1955 May 8: Died in Reading, Massachusetts
  38. 1960: Park's book, Front Door Lobby, published
More biographical information is available in this series. See also the article in Notable American Women, The Modern Period (Cambridge, Mass., 1980), which includes a list of additional sources. The official repository for the records of League of Women Voters is the Library of Congress, which also has additional Maud Wood Park papers.

Physical Location

Collection stored off site: researchers must request access 36 hours before use.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

These papers of Maud Wood Park fill 257 folders of the Woman's Rights Collection, which was given to Radcliffe College by Maud Wood Park and others in August 1943 and formed the nucleus of the Women's Archives, later the Schlesinger Library. The material in this series was prepared for microfilming in December 1990 by Bert Hartry. It was microfilmed as part of a Schlesinger Library/University Publications of America project.

MICROFILM OF SERIES

Dates and/or other information have been written on some items by a number of people. In organizing the material, the processor accepted dates added by others and left undated material that was grouped with dated items where it was. All dates and other information added by the processor are in square brackets.

The pages of some items were numbered to aid the microfilmer, the proofreaders, and researchers. These numbers are in square brackets.

The film was proofread by University Publications of America.

Some of the material in the collection was difficult to film due to such problems as flimsy paper with text showing through, faded or smudged writing, faint pencil notations, creased and brittle paper and newsprint, or faded or blurred carbon copies on flimsy paper. The film was carefully produced to insure that these items are as legible as possible.

Letters of one or more pages with either the salutation or the signature missing, as well as portions of letters, have been marked as fragments.

All photographs were microfilmed with the collection. They are also available on the microfilm of the Schlesinger Library photograph collection (M-54).

In many cases, the enclosures referred to in letters are missing.

The reverse sides of outdated letterhead and form letters were sometimes used for carbon copies, drafts, or notes; print may show through.

In #Pa 22-27, Front Door Lobby, Maud Wood Park used pins to attach corrections, additions, and insertions. The processor substituted plastic clips, which, in some cases, were left in place during filming.

Related Material:

This material forms part of the Schlesinger Library's Woman's rights collection, 1853-1958 (WRC).

Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook, November 1897 to November 1919 (Vol. 63o)

With few exceptions the items indexed prior to and following Maud Wood Park report the suffrage activity and public work of Maud Wood Park during the period from 1897 to November 1919.

Original volume and clippings discarded after microfilming. Documents removed from volumes and retained can be found in folders #Pa-8-Pa-8a.
  1. Abrahams, Henry, 10, 11, 43, 44
  2. Adams, Ellen Fisher, 119, 120
  3. Adams, Lida Stokes, 74
  4. Addams, Jane, 30, 63, 68, 73, 74, 80
  5. "Adventure, The Great", 1
  6. Allen, Florence E. 57
  7. Amendment, Federal Suffrage, 159, 162, 163
  8. Ratification, telegrams from Governors, 52
  9. Cartoon, "Goodbye and Good Luck", 161
  10. "Rousing Victory in House", 129, 130, 133, 134
  11. Amendment, Susan B. Anthony, see Amendment, Federal Suffrage
  12. Ames, Mrs. Oakes (Blanche Ames), 102, 120
  13. Ames, Mrs. Oliver, Sr., 102
  14. Amherst College, 37
  15. Andrews, Mrs. Julius (Esther N.) 86, 106, 108, 111
  16. Anthony, Susan B. 3, 76, 85, 125, 126, 129, 141, 152, 155
  17. Anti-Suffragists, 11, 13
  18. Ashley, Jessie, 30
  19. Augusta, Georgia Equal Suffrage League, 143
  20. Avery, Martha Moore, 13
  21. Avery, Rachel Foster, 135
  22. Balch, Mrs. John (anti-suffragist) 124
  23. Baldwin, Amelia Muir, 102
  24. Barney, Mrs. J.Dellinger, 90, 103
  25. Barron, Jennie Loitman, 119
  26. Bass, Robert P. 101, 102
  27. Belmont, Mrs. O. H. P. 82, 75, 63
  28. Benton, Everett C. 119
  29. Bird, Mrs. Charles Sumner, 119, 134, 135
  30. Birthday, Lucy Stone (1914), 104
  31. Blackmur, Eleanor, 118
  32. Blackwell, Alice Stone, 3, 7, 15, 17, 21, 23, 30, 42, 67, 69, 70, 85, 88, 101, 102, 103, 116, 118, 119, 120, 134
  33. Blackwell, Antoinette Brown, 118, 136, 135, 154
  34. Blackwell, Henry B. 17, 116, 117
  35. Blair, Mrs. Donald M. (Fanny) 106, 109, 111, 124
  36. Blatch, Harriet Stanton, 71, 69, 56, 74
  37. Bloomfield, Meyer, 59
  38. Boland, Mrs.Esther F. 86, 106, 109, 111
  39. Bond, Mrs. Charles H. (Isabella Bacon) 155
  40. Bonnet and Ballot, 133
  41. Boot and Shoe Club, Boston 1912 - 39, 41
  42. Boyd, Mary Sumner, 137
  43. Boston American, Campaign Issue, 99
  44. Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, 25, 23, 59, 118, 134
  45. Boston Common Meeting, 104
  46. Boston Evening Transcript, P.A.Shaw article, 60
  47. Boston Globe Symposium, 42
  48. Boston Herald, Editorial, 33
  49. Boston Ideas, Feb. 1915 - 95
  50. Boston Journal, 12
  51. Boston Literary Society, 28
  52. Boston Rotary Club, 168
  53. Boston University - Harvard-Radcliffe Debate, 1
  54. Boston Women Who Have Made Good, 123
  55. Boutwell, Georgianna, 106
  56. Bowles, Mary F. 120
  57. Boyd, Mary Sumner, 137
  58. Boyer, Ida Porter, 68
  59. Brainard, Bessie F. G. 9
  60. Brandeis, Louis D. 119
  61. Brannan, Mrs. John Winters, 35
  62. Breckinridge, Mrs. Desha, 135
  63. Brigham, Harriet, 119
  64. Brockton Times, 98
  65. Bronson, Minnie (anti-suffragist) 43, 44
  66. Brookline Chronicle, 92
  67. Brookline Suffrage Association, 153
  68. Brooks, Mrs. Charles H. 135
  69. Brooklyn Woman Suffrage Party, 143
  70. Brown, LaRue, 43
  71. Brown, Mrs. Raymond (Gertrude Foster Brown) 67, 118, 137, 139
  72. Cabot, Dr. Hugh, 101, 102
  73. California Victory, 35, 71, 75, 137, 157, 167
  74. California (No.) Branch, College Equal Suffrage League, 4, 15, 21, 62, 123, 134
  75. Campaign Issue, Boston American, 99
  76. Campaign Committee, National Am. Woman Suffrage Assn. 101
  77. Campaign, Ohio, 49, 45, 47, 52, 53, 57, 58, 50, 51, 61, 85
  78. Cape Cod Campaign, 1913 - 1980
  79. Cartoon, 101, 104, 109, 140
  80. Case for Woman Suffrage, 92
  81. Carpenter, Alice, 10, 30, 113
  82. Catt, Carrie Chapman, 14, 70, 74, 118, 129, 135, 137, 139, 141, 152, 155, 157, 159, 162, 167
  83. Central Labor Union, 29
  84. Chairman Congressional Committee, 162
  85. Chase, Mary N. 30
  86. Chase, Stuart, 118
  87. Chautauqua School of Political Education, 164
  88. Cincinnati, Ohio, 85
  89. "Citizens' Plattsburg", 168, 170, 171
  90. Civic Federation, 86
  91. Clapp, Moses H. 82
  92. Clark, Champ, 131, 133, 157
  93. Clark, Nelson B. 119
  94. Clark, Sue Ainslee, 10, 11, 12, 13, 88
  95. Cleveland, Ohio, 47, 48, 56
  96. Codman, Mrs. James, 109
  97. Coe, Mrs. Evelyn Peverley, (Richard D.) 102, 120, 134
  98. Coggeshall, Mrs. Mary J. 135
  99. College Equal Suffrage League, 30, 4, 15, 21, 26, 62, 85, 123, 134
  100. Collins, Emily P. 135
  101. Columbus, Ohio, 45
  102. Concord, N.H. Mass Meeting, 96
  103. Congratulations, 145, 147, 149
  104. Congressional Committee, 130, 142
  105. Congressional Committee Chairman, 162 ???" Work, 127
  106. Congressional Union (Maud Wood Park refutation) 126, 152
  107. Conventions, Political Party, 113
  108. Cook, Caroline J. 88
  109. Cooper, Dahl, 61
  110. Cotnam, Mrs. T. T. 135
  111. Cox, Lenore Hamm, 143
  112. Crane, Dr. Caroline Bartlett, 74
  113. Crocker, Mrs. Florence K. 7
  114. Crowley, Mrs. Teresa A. (John) 11, 13, 16, 17, 82, 90, 101, 120, 155
  115. Cummings, Dr. Edward, 88, 90
  116. Cumningham, Minnie Fisher, 143
  117. Curtis, George William, 135
  118. Curtis, Mrs. Thomas Pelham, 80
  119. Declaration of Principles, 135
  120. DeFord, Miriam, 33
  121. Democracy of the West, 42
  122. Democratic National Convention, 30, 33, 133
  123. Dennett, Mary Ware, 30, 65, 66, 72, 74
  124. Detroit Campaign, 62
  125. Distaff, The, 81
  126. Don'ts, Six - 131
  127. DuBois, Dr. William E. B. 88, 90
  128. Dudley, Mrs. Guilford, 131, 135, 143
  129. Dumaine, Mrs. Frederic C. 103
  130. duPont, Miss Zara, 57, 118, 143
  131. Eastman, Rev. A.J. 43, 44
  132. Editorial, Boston Evening Record, 106
  133. Edwards, Marie Stuart (Mrs.Richard S.) 135, 143
  134. Elder, Margaret Munro, 88
  135. Elder, Samuel J. 103
  136. Eliot, William G. 135
  137. Ellicott, Mrs. Charles, 135
  138. Ellis, A Caswell, 145
  139. Elm Hill Equal Suffrage Association, 134
  140. Endorsement, Democratic Committee, 33
  141. Endorsement, Republican Committee, 33
  142. Endorsement, State Federation of Women's Clubs, Mass., 105, 106, 107, 109, 110, 112, 120
  143. English Festival, The, 103
  144. Equal Franchise Committee, N.J. 118
  145. "Equal Suffrage" - Maud Wood Park, 2
  146. Equal Suffrage Section, Boston American, 78
  147. Equal Suffrage League Virginia, 143
  148. Ericson, Mrs. 57
  149. Ettor and Giovanetti, Lawrence Strike - 65
  150. Evans, Mrs. Glendower (Elizabeth G.) 80, 106, 111, 124
  151. Federal Amendment, 129, 130, 133, 134, 135, 159, 161, 162, 163, 166
  152. Federal Amendment, Ratification, 133, 134
  153. Federation, Endorsement of Suffrage, 105, 106, 107 to 112, 124
  154. Federation of Labor, 16
  155. Fisher, Mrs. Emily C. 105, 109
  156. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Richard Y. (Susan Walker) 17, 29, 70, 88, 11, 12, 74, 118
  157. Fleischer, Charles, 119
  158. Flint, Charlotte L. 42, 145
  159. Foley, Margaret, 17, 29, 30, 69, 72, 80, 88, 101, 119
  160. Forbes, Mrs.J. Malcolm (Rose Dabney) 102
  161. Open Forum, 1915 - 1990
  162. Foss, Eugene Noble, 101, 102
  163. Foster, Abby Kelley, 135
  164. Frisbee, Ada B. 147
  165. Front Door Lobby, 125
  166. Frost, Mrs. Ora, 135
  167. Frothingham, Miss Eugenia Brooks, 59
  168. Fuller, Mrs. Bernice Morrison, 135
  169. Fulton, Mrs. Pryor, 105
  170. Gage, "Aunt Fanny", 135
  171. Gallinger, Senator, 133
  172. Gardener, Helen Hamilton, 130, 142, 151, 152, 157, 162
  173. Garrison, Francis J. 80, 167, 7
  174. Garrison, William Lloyd, 135
  175. Gellhorn, Mrs. George (Edna Fishchel) 135, 137, 143
  176. General Federation, 153
  177. George, Mr. A. J. (anti) 11, 13, 82
  178. Gillette, Frederick, (signing Amendment) 143
  179. Gillmore, Inez Haynes (see Irwin, Inez Haynes)
  180. Gilson, Mrs. Claude U. (Sarah) 106, 108, 109, 110, 120
  181. Gloucester meeting, 104
  182. Goodwin, Minnie, 9
  183. Gorham, Maud, 80, 104, 109
  184. Grew, Mary, 135
  185. Grimke, Sarah and Angelina, 135
  186. Gurney, Mrs. Herbert J. 105, 106, 111, 124
  187. Hall, Florence Howe, 59
  188. Hall, Mrs. Louise, 88
  189. Hannann, Mrs. 57
  190. Harper, Mrs. Ida Husted, 35, 71, 75, 63, 64, 67, 137, 157, 167
  191. Harriman, Mrs. J. Borden, 123
  192. Hart, Prof. Sophie Chantel, 88
  193. Harrison, Mr. M.C. 118
  194. Hart, Albert Bushnell, 104
  195. Harvard-Radcliffe Debate, 1
  196. Haverhill meeting, 84
  197. Hawaiian Bill, 135
  198. Hay, Mary Garrett, 135, 137, 143, 157, 163
  199. Hazard, Rebecca N. 135
  200. Headquarters, Washington, 157
  201. Hearings, 16, 10, 12, 13, 11, 16, 43, 44, 155
  202. Hedstrom, Hilda, 155 (see Quirk)
  203. Higginson, Thomas W. 135
  204. Highlights 1919 Legislature, 134
  205. Hincks, Maud, 30
  206. Hobbs, Mrs. Franklin W. 102, 103
  207. Holcombe, Carolyn Crossett, (Mrs. Arthur N.) 147
  208. Hollis, Henry F. 96
  209. Holmes, Dr. Lydia, 135
  210. Hooper, Mrs. Ben, 143
  211. Hppkinson, Miss Leslie, 153
  212. House Victory, Federal Amendment, 129
  213. Howe, Mrs. Frederic C. 30
  214. Howe, Julia Ward, 7, 31, 101, 135, 155
  215. Howe, Julia Ward, Committee, Faneuil Hall Portrait, 7
  216. Hull House, 30
  217. Huntington Hall Meeting
  218. Hutchins, Emma J. 134 (Mrs. Walter D.)
  219. Hyde, Clara M. (Schlinghyde) 147
  220. Illinois Ratification, 155
  221. Inauguration Suffrage Parade, 78
  222. Ingham, Mary, 30
  223. Inquiry, Dinner, National American Woman Suffrage Assn. 135
  224. International Woman Suffrage News, 166
  225. Irwin, Inez Haynes Gillmore, 21
  226. Jacobs, Mrs. Solon (Pattie Ruffner) 135
  227. Johnson, Lewis Jerome, 44, 155
  228. Johnson, Grace Allen (Mrs. Lewis Jerome) 88, 113, 155
  229. Jones, Mrs. Reginald Jones, 119
  230. Jordan, David Starr, 4
  231. Keene, Mrs. Paul Munroe, 104, 109
  232. Keller, Helen, 119
  233. Kelley, Marion Booth, 42, 88, 83
  234. Kilburn, Rev. Henry, 43, 44
  235. Kjellstrom, Nils T. 118
  236. Kneeland, Fred J. 43, 44
  237. Laidlaw, James Leeds, 72, 74, 67
  238. Laidlaw, Harriet (Mrs. James L.) 30, 145
  239. Lathrop, Julia, 69, 74, 96, 97
  240. Lawrence, Florence, 147
  241. Lawrence Strike, 65
  242. Lawther, Anna B. 143
  243. League of Women Voters, 131, 135, 131, 139, 164, 165, 168, 170
  244. "League of Women Voters" by C.C.Catt, 139
  245. Leonard, Gertrude Halladay (Mrs. John), 120, 121
  246. Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission, 157
  247. Lewis, Mrs. George Howard, 65
  248. Lewis, Mrs. John L. 135
  249. Lewis, Katherine B. 143
  250. Lewis, Mrs. Lawrence J. 74
  251. Livermore, Henrietta, 135, 137
  252. Livermore, Mary A. 135, 155, 156
  253. Lockwood, Belva, 63
  254. Loitman, Jennie D. (see Barron) 119
  255. Long, John D. 2, 4, 43, 44
  256. "Looking Forward" by Carrie Chapman Catt, 137
  257. Lord, Mrs. James, 102
  258. Lovejoy, Owen, 86, 97
  259. Ludington, Katharine, 153
  260. Luscomb, Florence H. 11, 41, 75, 88, 134, 153, 155
  261. Macdonald, Mrs. Colin A. (Helen) 155
  262. Magoun, Mrs. Francis Peabody, 118
  263. Mahan, Mary Agnes, 155
  264. Mahoney, Mrs. W. B. 135
  265. Maloney, Josephine, 33
  266. Mahoning County Men's League, 61
  267. Mann, James R. 143, 157
  268. Manchester, N. H. Open Forum, 91, 96
  269. Manual, The Woman Voters' (Shuler) 137
  270. Mark, Prof. Lionel, 31
  271. Mark, Mrs. Lionel (Josephine Preston Peabody) 88, 90
  272. Marks, Allison, 31
  273. Married Women's Bill (law and equity) 4
  274. Marshall, Thomas, 157
  275. Mason, Mary, 12
  276. Mass. Federation of Women's Clubs, 104, 105, 106, 111, 109, 124
  277. "Massachusetts is Proud", Editorial, 151
  278. Massachusetts Legislature, Ratification, 134, to 153
  279. Massachusetts Ratification, 118, 134
  280. Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association, 16, 17, 101, 118, 119, 143, 153
  281. McBride, Lucia (Mrs. Malcolm) 143
  282. McCormick, Mrs. Stanley, 30, 72, 11, 13, 88, 135
  283. McCully, Annie R. 153
  284. McCullough, Catherine Waugh, 70
  285. McDaniel, Helen, 105, 109 (Mrs. Ralph B.)
  286. McDougald, Mrs. Emily C. 143
  287. McLendon, Mrs. M. L. 135
  288. McMahon, Mrs. 143
  289. McNulty, Ignatius, 104
  290. Mead, Edwin D. 7, 12, 13, 43, 44, 59
  291. Mead, Lucia Ames (Mrs. Edwin D.) 7, 43, 44, 1, 11, 101, 118, 188
  292. Mechanics Building, 1915 - 121
  293. Meetings - Cape Campaign, 80, 81
  294. Hotel Somerset, 101, 102
  295. Ford Hall, 12, 13
  296. Street, 29, 33
  297. Mechanics Bldg. 121
  298. Tremont Temple, 77
  299. Tremont Theatre, 153, 154, 155, 88, 90, 96, 97
  300. Meetings, - 26, 84, 77, 102, 11, 13, 118
  301. Men's Equal Suffrage League, 13, 61, 62, 119, 120
  302. Men Who Marched, 119
  303. Meyer, Heloise, 123, 126
  304. Michigan Ratification Campaign, 155
  305. Middlesex District, Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Assn. 133
  306. Middlesex Women's Club, 6
  307. Milholland, Inez, 30, 64
  308. Militants, 126, 152
  309. Miller, Mrs. Walter McNab, 123, 126, 127, 135
  310. Millett, Mrs. J. B. (anti) 13
  311. Mills, Katharine, 11
  312. Missouri Suffrage Association, 143
  313. Moderwell, Hiram, 11, 12, 13
  314. Mondell, Representative (signing Fed. Amendment) 157
  315. Moore, Rev. O. J. 61
  316. Morgan, Mrs. David, 57
  317. Morison, Mrs. Horace, 102, 103
  318. Mosshart, Mrs. Gertrude, 123, 126
  319. Mott, Lucretia, 155, 156
  320. Motor Trip, N.J. 118
  321. Mount Holyoke College Equal Suffrage League, 2
  322. Mulry, Minnie, 118
  323. "Mrs. Homebody Meet Mr. Congressman", by Rose Young, 169
  324. Narramore Tragedy, 16, 17
  325. "Nation Calls, The" by Carrie C. Catt, 137
  326. National American Woman Suffrage Assn. 130, 135, 142, 165
  327. National American Woman Suffrage Assn. College Eve. 23
  328. National American Woman Suffrage Congressional Committee, 126, 127, 143
  329. N.A.W.S.A. - Signing the Amendment, 157
  330. International Woman Suffrage News, 167
  331. Meetings, 131
  332. St. Louis, 1919, 134
  333. Publishing Co. 137
  334. Victory Reception, 155
  335. War Service Committee, 135
  336. 1912 Convention, 64, 65, 67, 73, 63, 72, 74, 68
  337. National League of Women Voters, organization - 135
  338. National League Declaration of Principles, 131
  339. National Council of Women Voters, 1913, 80
  340. National Woman's Party, 152
  341. Neal, Mrs. Mary, 12, 13
  342. Newell, Mrs. Gertrude, 11
  343. New England Dry Goods Association, 93
  344. New York City League of Women Voters, 143
  345. New York State League of Women Voters, 143
  346. New York Tribune article by Rose Young, 169
  347. Nineteenth Amendment, 129, 130, 133, 134, 135, 159, 162, 161, 163
  348. North California Branch College Equal Suffrage League, 4
  349. North Carolina Equal Suffrage Association, 143
  350. O'Brien, William H. 29
  351. Ogden, Esther, 137, 147
  352. Ohio Campaign, 36, 85, 56, 45, 47, 49, 50, 51, 55, 57, 58, 61, 52, 53
  353. Oregon Ratification, 153
  354. O'Reilly, Leonora, 74
  355. Overseas Hospitals, 135
  356. Organization of League of Women Voters, 135
  357. Page, George H. 60
  358. Page, Mary Hutcheson, (Mrs. George H.) 11, 78, 89, 109, 110
  359. Pankhurst, Sylvia, 11, 12, 13, 35
  360. Parades, 16, 43, 78, 119, 120
  361. Park, Maud Wood - ***
  362. Paul, Alice, 153
  363. Peabody, Josephine Preston (see Mrs. Lionel Marks)
  364. Pennybacker, Anna G. H. 145
  365. Perkins, Mrs. George W. 106, 107, 111, 124
  366. Perkins, Mrs. Sarah M. 127
  367. Perkins, Mrs. Sarah M. 127
  368. Permear, Mrs. Bryan, 119
  369. Peterson, Mrs. Magda R. V. 22
  370. Philadelphia Inquirer, Editorial, 63
  371. Philadelphia Convention, 1912, National American Woman Suffrage Assn. 63
  372. Phillips, Wendell, 135, 167
  373. "Picketers", 126
  374. Picketing (Park letter to Congressmen) 129
  375. Piersol, Florence L. 143
  376. Pilgrimage to Lucy Stone Home, 118, 143
  377. Pinkham, Wenona Osborne (Mrs. Henry W.) 84, 101, 154, 155, 156
  378. Pitman, Mrs. Benjamin F. 101, 102, 103, 120, 124
  379. Pitzer, Mrs. Annie H. Bennett, 30
  380. Planks, National Party Conventions, 113
  381. Plea for Peace, Maud Wood Park, 87
  382. Policewoman, First, 153
  383. Portland Maine Woman Suffrage Assn. 2
  384. Porter, Mrs. Daisy, 86
  385. Parade, Torchlight, (1911) 89
  386. Post, Mrs. Josephine F. 140, 142
  387. Powers, Mrs. 130
  388. Powers, Samuel L. 43, 44, 101, 119, 155, 156
  389. Prang, Mrs. Louis, 102
  390. Prince, Mrs. Morton, 103
  391. Principles, Declaration of, League of Women Voters, 131
  392. Progressive Party, 30
  393. Putnam, Mrs. William Lowell, 106, 124 (anti)
  394. Quirk, Hilda Hedstrom, 155
  395. Radcliffe Joint Debate, 1
  396. Raker, Congressman, 157
  397. Rally Westboro, 114
  398. Ransdell, Joseph E. 151, 152, 157
  399. Ratification messages, 152
  400. Ratification, Massachusetts, 133, 134
  401. Illinois, 155
  402. Wisconsin
  403. Michigan
  404. Ramabai, Pundita, 5
  405. Round the World, 5
  406. Reading, Arthur K. 153
  407. Refutation, Congressional Union, 136, 152
  408. Reilly, Caroline, 142
  409. Republican National Committee, Endorsement Federal Amendment, 133
  410. Resolution, Massachusetts Legislature, 153
  411. Richards, Mr. Street Meetings, 29
  412. Riley, Dr. Elizabeth, 119
  413. Ripley, Ida S. (Mrs. William Z.) 111
  414. Ripley, Eva G. 145
  415. Robins, Mrs. Raymond, 135
  416. Robins, Margaret Dreier, 56
  417. Robinson, Helen Ring, 89
  418. Roessing, Mrs. Frank J. 118
  419. Rogers, Mrs. Henry Wade, 135, 137
  420. Rogolsky, Freda, 118
  421. Round the World, 5, 6, 8, 15, 26, 64, 65, 66, 67
  422. "Row in the National" (Suffrage Assn.) 68
  423. Roxbury School Center, 134
  424. Ruhl, Mrs. John R. 135
  425. Russell, Mrs. Henry E. 119
  426. Russell, Thomas H. 1
  427. Ryan, Oswald, 59
  428. Ryan, Agnes, 17
  429. Safford, Dr. Mary A. 135
  430. St. Louis Convention, 1919 - 134
  431. St. Louis Equal Suffrage Assn. 135
  432. Salley, Mrs. Julian B. 135
  433. Sanborn, Mrs. Oren C. 103
  434. Savage, Mrs. Henrietta, 7
  435. Schlingheide, C. M. 143
  436. Schneiderman, Rose, 51, 55
  437. Schoenfield, Beatrice, 9
  438. Schoenfield, Roslynne 9
  439. School Political Education, 164
  440. School (Suffrage), 43, 44, 88
  441. Sebring Ohio campaign, 51
  442. Sedgwick, Prof. Wm. T. (anti) 11
  443. Sedgwick, Wm. T. 13, 43, 44
  444. Senate Vote and signing amendment, 164
  445. Senate Victory, 141
  446. Shafer, Rev. M.A. 43, 44
  447. Shank, Major S. L. 54
  448. Shauffer, Rev. M.A. 43, 44
  449. Shaw, Anna Howard, 35, 64, 67, 68, 75, 70, 71, 73, 30, 118, 129, 127, 135, 137, 141, 152, 157, 159
  450. Shaw, Mabel O. 102
  451. Boston Advertiser, Pauline A. Shaw obituary, 60
  452. Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A. (Pauline A.) 60, 97, 101, 124
  453. Shaw, Mrs. Robert Gould, 102, 103, 118, 155
  454. Sherman, John Weaver, 43, 44
  455. Shuler, Marjorie, 130, 137, 142, 143, 151, 152, 157
  456. Shuler, Mrs. Nettie, 137
  457. Signing the Amendment, Senate, 151, 152, 131, 133, 157
  458. "Silent Sentinels" 126
  459. Smith, Mrs. Judith W. 101, 118, 119
  460. Smith, Miss L. A. 33
  461. Smith, Miss Marjorie, 118
  462. Smoot, Reed, 151, 152, 157
  463. Somerset Meeting, 101, 102
  464. Sonnet to Pauline Agassiz Shaw, 60
  465. Sorosis Club, Fitchburg, 3
  466. Spaulding, Alice Howard, 134
  467. Special Sessions, Ratification, 159
  468. Spencer, Edna Lawrence, 29
  469. Sprague, Dr. (Amherst College) 37
  470. Springfield Republican, 98
  471. Standish, Cecilia, 57
  472. Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 166
  473. State Federation of Women's Clubs, 109, 124
  474. Sterling, Henry, 43, 44
  475. Stern, Frank, 118
  476. Stone, Lucy, 104, 116, 117, 118, 133, 155, 156
  477. Stone, Lucy, Pilgrimage, 118
  478. "Story of a Pioneer," Anna Howard Shaw, 137
  479. Street Meetings (see meetings)
  480. Struthers, Ohio, 51, 52
  481. Symposium, Boston Globe, 42
  482. Suffrage Parade, 119
  483. Committee in House, 129
  484. Amendment, (see Nineteenth Amendment; Federal Suffrage Amendment.
  485. "Suffrage in Ohio", 26
  486. Suffrage Planks, National Party Convention, 113
  487. Suffrage School, 88,
  488. Suffrage Victory in Senate, 141
  489. Suffrage Victories, 135
  490. Sullivan, Mrs. J. J. 57
  491. Taft, Josephine, 118
  492. Taft, President Wm. Howard, 30
  493. Taft, President Wm. Howard, 1st speech in favor of suffrage, 35
  494. Talmage, Rev. Mr. 16
  495. Tanner, Virginia, 153, 119 (Mrs. Louis L. Green)
  496. Telegrams to Congressional Chairman, 143
  497. Thomas, M. Carey, 64, 67, 68, 70, 75, 30
  498. Thompson, Mary Gordon, 170
  499. Tiffany, Mrs. Charles L., 135
  500. Tillinghast, Mrs. Ada M. 108, 109, 111
  501. Timme, Ida, 143
  502. Tobin, John F. 6
  503. Todd, helen, 36, 89, 102
  504. Tomasello, A. G. 7
  505. Torchlight Parade, 1911 - 12, 13, 16
  506. Towle, Mary, 30
  507. Tremont Theatre Meetings, 77, 82, 88, 90, 96, 97, 154, 155
  508. Tribute to Pioneers, 135
  509. Trinity Court Canteen, 134
  510. Trotter, Mrs. B. H. 135
  511. Trout, Grace Wilbur, 135, 143
  512. Ueland, Clara, 143
  513. Upton, Harriet Taylor, 135, 157,
  514. Van Gorder, W. B. 61
  515. Victory Pen, 157
  516. Victory Picture, C.C.Catt, 167
  517. Victory Rally, Massachusetts, 154, 155
  518. Victory Reception, Washington, 155, 157
  519. Victory in the Senate, 141
  520. Victories, 35
  521. Villard, Mrs. Henry, 71, 118
  522. Von Suttner, Baroness, 68
  523. Vorce, Mrs. 57
  524. Youngstown, Ohio campaign, 52, 53, 58, 49, 51, 55
  525. Walker, Miss Elizabeth, 118
  526. Walker, Mrs. Lewis, 130, 142
  527. Walker, Joseph, 119
  528. Walsh, Thomas J. 151, 152
  529. Walsh, Gov. David I. 119
  530. Ward, Ethel Gerry, 1
  531. Ward, May Alden, 7
  532. Warner, Mrs. Leslie, 135
  533. Watson, James E. 151, 152
  534. Boston Equal Suffrage Assn. War Service Committee, 134, 135
  535. Way the Congress Works, The. 112
  536. Weil, Gertrude, 135
  537. Wells, Marguerite M. 143
  538. Wendte, Charles W. 7
  539. Wentworth, Marion Craig, 96, 97
  540. Westboro, Rally, 114
  541. "Western Men Know Woman" Marion Booth Kelley, 42
  542. Western Victories, 59
  543. "What Every Woman Voter Should Know" Livermore, 137
  544. White, Mrs. Henry Preston (anti) 79
  545. White, Mrs. True Worthy, 153
  546. Whiting, Rev. E. C. 43, 44
  547. Whitney, Anita, 70
  548. "Why We Celebrate", 137
  549. Willard, Frances, 5
  550. Willard, Mabel Caldwell, 5, 88, 102, 118, 97, 130, 142
  551. Williams, Charl Ormond, 30
  552. Williams, E. P. 6
  553. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Butler, 155
  554. Wilson, Mr. Butler, 96, 97
  555. Wilson, Woodrow, 133, 134
  556. Winchester Equal Suffrage League, 26
  557. Wisconsin, Ratification, 155
  558. Woburn Journal, 26
  559. "Woman Citizen", The, Mary S. Boyd, 137
  560. Woman's Journal, The, reorganization 30
  561. Woman's Journal, 67, 107
  562. Woman's Charity Club Hospital, 27
  563. Woman Citizen, 129
  564. Woman Citizen, organization of League of Women Voters, 135
  565. Woman's Overseas Hospitals, 135
  566. Woman's Party, The, 168
  567. Woman's Socialist Society, 12
  568. Woman Suffrage Committee, Congress, 131
  569. Woman Suffrage Party of Greater Cleveland, 143
  570. Woman Suffrage Editorial, Boston Courier, 1
  571. Woman Suffrage Party of Staten Island, 143
  572. Woman Suffrage School, 88
  573. Woman Suffrage, a Brief History, 137
  574. Woman Voters' Manual, The, 137
  575. Women Voters, Contribution of, 170
  576. Women the World Around, 2, 26, 27
  577. Women in Other Countries, 81
  578. Wood, Eleanor H. 80
  579. Wood, Russell A. 29
  580. "Women's Colleges, Old Maid Factories", 37
  581. Youmans, Theodore W., 143
  582. Young, Rose, 135, 143, 169
  583. Zueblin, Prof. Charles, 29
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook, January 1920 to December 1921 (Vol. 64o) With few exceptions the items indexed prior to and following this paragraph report the suffrage activity and public work of Maud Wood Park during the period January 1920 through December 1921.

Original volume and clippings discarded after microfilming. Documents removed from volumes and retained can be found in folder #Pa-8.
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook, January 1920 to December 1921 (Vol. 64o)
  1. Abbott, Grace - 7
  2. Action, A Call to (by C.C.Catt) - 14
  3. Action, Women Prepare for - 144
  4. Addams, Jane - 7
  5. Adoption of Program - 130, 132, 133
  6. Advertising Women's Club, Philadelphia - 89, 91
  7. Aims of Women Voters, Cleveland, 1921 - 113, 171
  8. Allen, Florence E. - 4, 110, 113
  9. Allen, Pauline - 42
  10. Allentown, Pa. Chronicle - 12
  11. Amendment, Nineteenth - Pennsylvania celebration - 49
  12. Ames, Marie - 7
  13. Ames, Blanche (Mrs. Oakes) - 42
  14. Andrews, Mrs. Julius (Esther) - 42
  15. Anthony, Susan B. - 3
  16. Anthony Resolution - 47
  17. Appleton, Mrs. H. M. - 42
  18. Arnold, Sarah Louise - 21
  19. Ask August 26th Holiday - 127, 131
  20. Atlanta Committees, 87
  21. Atlanta Regional Conference, 84, 86, 87, 88, 90, 92
  22. Attleboro New Voters' Festival - 73
  23. Avery, Rachel Foster - 4
  24. Bagley, Mrs. Frederick B. (Grace H.) 7, 20, 103, 145
  25. Ballot, Marking Your - 65
  26. Barry, Mrs. William (Leonie Bueth) 42
  27. Bass, Mrs. George - 3, 4, 37
  28. Bates, Josephine R. - 42
  29. Better Laws Aim of Women - 105
  30. Better Laws, Not More - 64
  31. Bird, Mrs.Charles Sumner (Anna Child) - 42
  32. Bird, Mrs. Charles S. Jr. - 42
  33. Bird, Mrs. Francis - 42
  34. Birth Control Downed - 127
  35. Blackwell, Alice Stone - 42
  36. Blackwell Tribute to Maud Wood Park - 9
  37. Blair, Emily Newell - 29, 31, 36, 38
  38. Board meeting, Chicago - 176
  39. Board, National League of Women Voters, 179
  40. Bolles, Mary Frances - 42
  41. Bossism, Women to War on - 140
  42. Boston Equal Suffrage Assn. for Good Government - 2a
  43. Boston League of Women Voters, 1920 Chairman, - 79
  44. Boston Women Voters Active - 103
  45. Boston Record - Mass. League of Women Voters Column - 76
  46. Bowker, Miss Susan - 42
  47. Bowles, Ada C. - 42
  48. Boyer, Mrs. Ida Porter - 7, 42
  49. Brooks, Mrs. Charles H. - 1
  50. Brown, Mrs. LaRue - 56, 110 (Dorothy Kirchwey)
  51. Brown, Mrs. Raymond (Gertrude Foster) - 1, 2, 7
  52. Bryan, William Jennings - 38
  53. Budget, Need for State - 155, 156, 159
  54. Burnham, Mrs. Grace E. - 42
  55. Bush, Adah E. - 33, 43
  56. Cabinet Possibility (Maud Wood Park) - 83
  57. Call to Action by C.C.Catt - 14
  58. Call to 51st Convention - 1
  59. Calls on Women to Stop War - 176
  60. Cantrell, Mrs. J. C. - 1, 21
  61. Carnegie, The Misses - 42
  62. Cartoon - "The Protector" - 118
  63. Catt, Carrie Chapman - 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 23, 41, 42, 47, 67, 83, 110, 125, 126, 129, 130, 138, 149
  64. Challenge to Corrupt Politics, A - 144
  65. Champions Disarmament - 166, 167
  66. Chicago Convention -1, 2
  67. Chicago Women Fight League of Women Voters - 67A
  68. Child Welfare Legislation - 77
  69. Child Welfare Planks - 119
  70. Children's Bureau - 44, 59
  71. Churches Grant Women Equality, Cleveland - 59
  72. Citizen, The New (Texas) - 142
  73. Citizenship Convocation - 87, 88, 154
  74. Citizenship Lectures, Minneapolis - 17
  75. Citizenship Schools - 9, 10, 18
  76. City Club Meeting, Washington - 77
  77. City Elections, Women Voters in the - 66
  78. Civic Duties, Urges Women to - 143
  79. Clarke, Adele - 52
  80. Cleveland Convention - 104, 107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 114, 115, 120, 121, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138
  81. Cleveland Dial - National League of Women Voters - 8 by Louise Graham
  82. Cleveland League of Women Voters, organization - 98
  83. Coe, Mrs. Evelyn Peverley (Mrs. Richard D.) 42
  84. Colby, Signs Ratification of Suffrage - 41, 47
  85. College Equal Suffrage League - 2a
  86. Colorado - Party Planks to Democratic Convention - 29
  87. Committee Chairmen, Boston League of Women Voters - 79
  88. Conference - Milwaukee, 175, 174
  89. Conferences, Regional - Mass. N.Y. - 76 Chicago 177
  90. Conference on Limitation of Armaments - 170
  91. Convention, Cleveland - 104, 107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 114, 115, 120, 121, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138
  92. Conference - Pan American - 161, 177, 184
  93. "Congress and Its Work" (Park - 24)
  94. Congressional Chairmen, National Am. Woman Suffrage Assn. - 42
  95. Congressional Headquarters, N.L. of W. V. - 8, 9
  96. Conventions - 108, 110, 111, 112, 114, 115, 120, 121, 137, 3, 4, 104, 107
  97. Convention, Ill. League of W. Voters - 179, 181
  98. Convention, Ohio State League of Women Voters, 162, 165, 166
  99. Convention, San Francisco, - 44
  100. Coolidge, Calvin, Governor - 42
  101. Cooper, Institute - 29, 30
  102. Costigan, Mrs. Edward (Mabel) - 8
  103. Council of Administrative School Women - 94
  104. Council of Jewish Women - 73
  105. Cox, Channing H. - 42
  106. Cram, Mrs. Alice E. - 42
  107. Criticize Smoking Women - 171
  108. Crosby, Miss Villette - 42
  109. Cummings, Hugh, National Democratic Committee - 4
  110. "The Dangerous Dames" - 99
  111. Delaware League of Women Voters, 157, 158
  112. Defends Women's Bills, St. Louis - 101
  113. Delegates to Cleveland from Hub - 102
  114. Democratic Convention, Suffrage Plank Wins - 38
  115. Democratic Convention, League of Women Voters Planks - 32, 35, 37
  116. Denial of Statement about Prohibition Issue - 60
  117. Des Moines, 5th Regional Meeting - 172, 174
  118. Direct Primaries - 118
  119. Dewart, Rev. W. E. - 42
  120. Dinner for Press Women, San Francisco - 44
  121. Disarmament - 129, 128, 130, 139, 138, 121
  122. Disarmament Conference - 150, 151
  123. Dobyne, Mrs. Fletcher - 3
  124. Dortch, Della (National Board) 3, 29, 30, 33
  125. Doxology, Woman's - 42, 47
  126. Dudley, Mrs. Guilford, 1, 32, 42
  127. Edwards, Betsey - 117
  128. Editorial "They May Again Favor War" - 140
  129. Editorial, Jacksonville, Fla. "Women are Seriously Turning to Politics" - 143
  130. Editorial - Gov. Miller of New York - 145
  131. "The League of Women Voters" 71
  132. Edwards, Mrs. Richard - 1, 2, 2a, 3, 4, 43, 72, 30, 33
  133. Equality Granted Women in Churches - 59
  134. Erie League of Women Voters, 60, 61
  135. Evanston, Ill. "Women Still Must Fight, tho Voting" - 97
  136. Every Woman a Voter - 59
  137. Executive Board, N.A.W. Suffrage Assn. - 1, 2
  138. Exhibit, Mass. League of Women Voters at Cleveland - 113
  139. Fearing, Mrs. George Richmond - 42
  140. Felber, Gertrude - 42
  141. "Federal Employee" - N.L. of W.V. Planks - 40
  142. Federal Employment Service - 75
  143. Federal Suffrage Amendment, ratification - 3
  144. Filene, Catherine - 20 (Mrs. Alvin Dodd - Mrs. Jewett Shouse)
  145. Fiske, Mrs. George I. - 42
  146. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Susan W. - 20
  147. Seek Lower Food Prices - 159
  148. For Women Only - 116 - 130
  149. Forbes, Mrs. J. Malcolm - 42
  150. Fort Worth Texas, State Convention, 166-169
  151. Free Speech, 3
  152. Freund, Prof. Ernest - 7
  153. Gaffney, Helen - 42
  154. "Garbage Lady" - 30
  155. Gardener, Helen H. - 1, 8
  156. Garner, Prof. J.W. - 7
  157. Gellhorn, Mrs. Edna Fischol (George) 1, 2, 2a, 3
  158. Gillmore, Mrs. Inez Haynes (see Inez Haynes Irwin)
  159. Good Citizenship Bureau, Woman's Home Companion, 145
  160. G.O.P. Candidate Pledges Aid to Women's Needs - 67b
  161. Graham, Louise, 8
  162. Greetings to Indiana Women - 81
  163. Hamilton, Dr. Alice - 126
  164. Harding, Warren G. - 1921 - 139
  165. Harding, Warren G. - Interview on Planks, 57, 62
  166. Harding, Warren G. - Message - 127
  167. Harding, Warren G. - Disarmament Conference - 139
  168. Harding, Warren G. - Stresses Program - 67a
  169. Harriman, Mrs. J. Borden - 60
  170. Haughton, Mrs. M. G. - 42 (Marian Shaw McKean)
  171. Hauser, Elizabeth J. 4, 59, 62, 126
  172. Hay, Mary Garrett, 4, 138, 149
  173. Hays, Will - 4
  174. Headquarters, N. L. of W.V. 8, 9
  175. Headquarters, News Bulletin - 9
  176. History and Purposes, N.L. of W. V. O 87
  177. Hobbs, Mrs. Franklin W. - 42
  178. Hobbs, Miss Rebecca - 42
  179. Hooper, Mrs. Ben - 1
  180. Hoover Club - 20
  181. How Will Women Vote? - 67
  182. "Hub Woman Heads Suffs" - 89
  183. Illiteracy, War on - 156
  184. Indiana, The Woman Voter - 85
  185. Illinois League of Women Voters, Annual Convention, -179, - 181
  186. Interview, Maud Wood Park, MAINE HERALD - 141
  187. Interview, San Antonio, Texas - 170
  188. Jacobs, Mrs. Solon, 2, 2a, 3, 5, 27, 29, 31, 72
  189. James, Prof. James A. - 7
  190. Jewish Women, Council of - 73
  191. Joint Body Formed on Women's Laws, - 70
  192. Joint Congressional Committee, - 96
  193. Jubilee Celebration, 19th Amendment Ratification - 55
  194. Kentucky League of Women Voters - 19, 21, 23
  195. Keeping the Courts Out of Politics - 64
  196. Lane, Mrs. John K. - 42
  197. Leaders, Honored - 122
  198. Leader Praises Work of Women - 99
  199. Leading Figures in League of Women Voters - 88
  200. League of Nations Resolution - 2, 2a, 3
  201. League of Nations, Endorsement of - 2
  202. League of Women Voters Convention - 3, 4
  203. League of Women Voters - 4, 6, 7, 8, 99, 157
  204. League of Women Voters - 8th District organization - 16
  205. League of Women Voters - Honorary Chairman - 2, 3
  206. League of Women Voters - Or. of North Carolina - 71, 73, 74
  207. League of Women Voters Headquarters, Natl. - 9
  208. League of Women Voters Planks, Dem. Convention - 37, 38
  209. "League of Women Voters, The" - THE WOMAN CITIZEN, Apr. 1921 - 110
  210. L. of W. V. Head in City - Evansville, Ind. - 99
  211. "League of Women Voters a Menace" - 83
  212. League of Women Voters, officials of Natl. - 150, 151 at White House
  213. L. of W. V. - Why it Exists - 154
  214. "League and Platform" - editorial - 135
  215. L. of W. V. - Pennsylvania State - 158
  216. L. of W. V. - Memphis, Tenn. - 161, 163
  217. L. of W. V. - Wisconsin - 179
  218. Lectures - Maud Wood Park, 8, 9, 17, 69, 76
  219. Lee, Gertrude E. - 33
  220. Leech, Mrs. James A. - 21
  221. Limitation of Armaments - 170
  222. Lindsay, Mrs. Samuel McCune - 23
  223. Little, Mrs. J. Lovell - 42
  224. Livermore, Mrs. Arthur - 1
  225. Livingstone, Mrs. Harry - 42
  226. Lobby - Suffrage - 3
  227. Lobby - Women's, in Congress O 93
  228. Lobby Rules - National Magazine - 68, 152
  229. Lobbyists warned - 75
  230. Ludington, Katharine - 3, 23
  231. Luscomb, Florence H. - 42
  232. Maine League of Women Voters - 153
  233. "Marking Your Ballot" - 265
  234. Marriage Laws - 137
  235. Marriage and Divorce Laws - Uniform - 119
  236. Massachusetts League of Women Voters - Exhibit - 113
  237. Massachusetts League, Annual Meeting 1921 - 143
  238. "Mass. League of Women Voters Dept." Boston Record - 76
  239. Massachusetts - Suffrage Victory Day - 42
  240. Maternity Bill, Plead for - 102
  241. Maternity Bill, Praise for - 173
  242. Matthews, Justice John A. - 31
  243. McCullough, Catherine Waugh - 7, 136
  244. McDermott, Mrs. Charles - 42
  245. McDowell, Mary - 30, 36, 43, 95
  246. Mead, Mrs. Lucia Ames - 7
  247. Merriam, Prof. Charles E. - 7
  248. Message from President - 173 (Harding)
  249. Message to the Women of Oklahoma - 162
  250. Militants - 47
  251. Governor Miller of New York - Editorial - 145
  252. Mills, Ogden L. - 23
  253. Millard, Walter J. - 7
  254. Milwaukee Leader Editorial "Mother Heart Not Like That" - 175 (Congressman Alice Robertson)
  255. Montana League of Women Voters Convention - 28
  256. Montana - 5th Regional Convention, N.L. of W.V. - 31
  257. Morrisson, Mrs. James W. (Mary Foulke) - 176
  258. Morris, Mrs. Esther - 149
  259. "Mothers of the Nation" - 65
  260. "Mother Heart Not Like That" - Editorial - 175
  261. Moulton, Mrs. Edward S. - 21
  262. Movius, Mrs. Hallam (Alice L. West) - 42
  263. Muir, Miss Margaret - 42
  264. Must a Woman Tell Her Age? - 65
  265. National American Woman Suffrage Assn. - 1, 2, 6, 7
  266. National American Woman Suffrage Assn. - Congressional Chairman - 42
  267. National American Woman Suffrage Assn. - Call to 51st convention - 1
  268. National American Woman Suffrage Assn. - School of Political Education - 7
  269. Natl. Democratic Convention - 4, 35
  270. N. L. of W. Voters - Board - 179, 3
  271. N. L. of W. Voters - San Francisco Convention - 44, 51
  272. N. L. of W. Voters - Chairman, M.W. Park - 3
  273. N. L. of W. Voters - Reception - 37
  274. N. L. of W. Voters - 100
  275. N. L. of W. Voters- Headquarters - 9
  276. N. L. of W. Voters - Conventions - 21, 107, 108,
  277. N. L. of W. Voters - N. Eng. Regional Meeting - 70
  278. N. L. of W. Voters - Officers - 86
  279. "National League of Women Voters" - WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION - 146
  280. National Elections - What it Means - 67
  281. NATIONAL MAGAZINE - Lobby Rules - 68, 152
  282. National Women's Republican Committee - 4
  283. New Hampshire League of Women Voters - 154
  284. New England Regional Meeting, N.L. of W. V. - 70
  285. New England Society Dinner, Philadelphia - 81
  286. New Style in Politics - 120
  287. New Voters' Festival - 73
  288. Newark, N.J. - "For Women Only" - 136
  289. Nichols, Marian Clarke - 42
  290. Nolan-Kenyon Bill - 75
  291. Norris, Mrs. E. L.- 31
  292. Notables in Cleveland - 108
  293. Ogden, Miss Esther G. - 1
  294. Ohio City School - 10
  295. Ohio Women's League - 53, 54
  296. Ohio L. of W. V. (Congress) - 10
  297. Ohio Org. of League of Women Voters - 22
  298. Ohio Victory Luncheon, L. of W.V. - 10
  299. Ohio Woman Suffrage Assn. - last Convention - 10
  300. Oklahoma L. of W. V. - State Convention - 162, 165, 166
  301. Olsen, Mrs. Peter - 33
  302. Omaha Daily Bee - Rep. Party Planks - 26
  303. Organization, Kentucky L. of W. V. - 19
  304. Osgood, Fanny C. - 42
  305. Packard, Marjorie T. - 42
  306. Packers - 121
  307. Paige, Mrs. James - 18, 27, 29, 31, 36, 3
  308. Pan American Conference Planned - 161, 177, 184
  309. Page, Mrs. Walter Gilman - 42
  310. Park, Maud Wood - ***
  311. Parker, Mrs. James - 42
  312. Parade, Victory-42
  313. Party Planks 9 Dem. Conv. - 29
  314. Party Affiliation - 125
  315. Pennybacker, Mrs. Percy - 35
  316. "Passing Show 1920" - Cartoon, Omaha - 26
  317. Passage of 19th Amendment - Pa. Celebration - 49
  318. Perkins, Mrs. George W. - 42, 106
  319. Peters, Andrew J. (Mayor of Boston) - 42
  320. Pennsylvania celebration - 49
  321. Pfeiffer, Mrs. Alex C. - 20
  322. Philadelphia Adv. Women's Club - 81, 91
  323. Philadelphia Adv. Women's Club - Victory Celebration - 48, 49
  324. Philadelphia Adv. Women's Club - Meeting - 66
  325. Philadelphia Adv. Women's Club - County, Mass Meeting - 93
  326. Phila. Academy of Music, meeting - 95
  327. Phillips-Auerbach, Mrs. Edith - 42
  328. Piersol, Mrs. George A. - 1
  329. Pinchot, Mrs. Gifford - 30, 43
  330. "Pitfalls in Politics" - 130
  331. Pitman, Mrs. Benjamin F. - 42
  332. "Place of Women" - Elizabeth Ellam in Boston Herald - 20
  333. Planks, Republican - 23, 26
  334. Planks, Democratic Convention - 29
  335. Planks, Harding Interview On - 62
  336. Planks, Party - 8, 20, 23
  337. Planks, "Federal Employee" - 40 (Natl. L. of Women Voters)
  338. Plank Victory - Democratic Convention, San Francisco
  339. Pleads for End of Wars, 1921 (Catt) - 125
  340. Pleads for Maternity Bill - 102
  341. Pledges Aid to Women's Need - (GOP Candidate) - 67
  342. Poli's Theatre Meeting - 41
  343. Political Committees, Women on National - 20
  344. Political Boss article, Cleveland 1921 - 104, 106
  345. Political Parties - Catt - 5, 6, 8
  346. Political Party Platform Committee - 25
  347. "Political Veteran is Mrs. Maud Wood Park" - 80
  348. Politics as Practiced - 99
  349. POST-INTELLIGENCER - Seattle, Wash. - 15
  350. Praise for Maternity Bill - 173
  351. President Receives Mrs. Catt - 47
  352. Presidential Primary Law - 1
  353. "Primary" Survival, Women Voters for - 123
  354. Primary War, Open - 132
  355. Program, Adoption of - 130, 132, 133
  356. Program, luncheon, etc. - 121 (Cleveland)
  357. Program of Work - N. L. of W.V. - 87
  358. Prohibition Issue, Denial of Statement about - 60
  359. Promulgation Proclamation - 47
  360. Pyke, Mrs. A.B. - 139
  361. Quest for World Peace, Catt - 126
  362. Quirk, Mrs. Charles I. (see Hilda Hedstrom) 42
  363. Ratification - Colby's statement - 41
  364. Ratification - North Carolina - 35
  365. Ratification - Tennessee - 35
  366. Ray, Prof. P. O. - 7
  367. Reclassification Bill - 140
  368. Reclassification Planks to Dem. Convention - 40
  369. Reclassification Plank in Dem. Platform - 40
  370. Reduction of Armaments - Cleveland - 138
  371. Regional Conference, Des Moines - 174
  372. Regional Conferences - 84, 86, 87, 88, 90, 92
  373. Reilly, Miss Caroline - 7
  374. Reinhardt, Dr. Aurelia Henry - 43
  375. Relation of the League (of W. Voters) to Political Parties, 99
  376. "Represent 5 million women Voters" - 79
  377. Republican Convention - 29
  378. Robins, Mrs. Raymond - 30, 60
  379. Rogers, Mrs. Henry Wade - 1
  380. Ruggles, Mrs. May Sleeper - 42
  381. Rules for Lobbying - 68
  382. Ruutz-Rees, Miss Carolyn - 35
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook, January 1922 to December 1923 (Vol. 65o) With few exceptions the items indexed prior to and following this paragraph report the League of Women Voters activity and public work of Maud Wood Park during the period of January 1922 through December 1923.

Original volume and clippings discarded after microfilming. Documents removed from volumes and retained can be found in folders #Pa-8-Pa-8a.
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook, January 1922 to December 1923 (Vol. 65o)
  1. Abbott, Grace - 19, 28
  2. A,B,C's of Politics - 233
  3. Abolition of War Urged - 57
  4. Addams, Jane - 33, 41, 81, 88, 104
  5. Allen, Judge Florence - 49, 195
  6. Alliance Proposed - 41
  7. American Health Association, Cleveland - 138
  8. American League of Women Voters - 231
  9. America in World Affairs - 170
  10. Anderson, Mary - 108
  11. Ask Women's Aid Preventing War - 15
  12. Astor, Lady - 11, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 32, 33, 35, 36, 42, 45, 46, 47 50, 56, 61, 64, 65, 67, 69, 70, 82, 85, 86, 87, 88, 93
  13. Baltimore Convention, National League of Women Voters, 44, 51-93
  14. Baltimore Women at Conference - 44
  15. Banquet of League - 71
  16. Birmingham League of Women Voters - 4
  17. Blair, Emily Newell - 25, 172, 173
  18. Blanket Women's Rights Bill - 7
  19. Borah, William E. - 194, 195
  20. Boston League of Women Voters - 112
  21. Boston Post Interview - 117
  22. Boston Rotary Club - 112, 115, 118
  23. Boston Traveler Editorial on voting - 118
  24. Brazil, Progress in - 20
  25. Budget - National League of Women Voters - 57
  26. Bureau Tax Chart defended - 163
  27. Cabinet Merger opposed - 184
  28. Cable Bill Approved - 113
  29. Cable Law - 139
  30. Call to Des Moines Convention - 9
  31. Canadian Women Seek Standard - 43
  32. Carey, Thomas M. 104
  33. Catt, Carrie Chapman - 25, 30, 48, 104, 121, 201
  34. Council Defends Bureau Tax Chart - 163
  35. Cecil, Lord Robert - 169, 175, 187, 189, 190, 194, 195
  36. Child Labor Amendment - 110, 121, 122, 139
  37. Child Labor Law - 151, 152
  38. Child Welfare - 12, 31
  39. Children's Bureau, 28
  40. Citizen Slackers - 119
  41. Civic Worker Guest - 7
  42. Clarke, Adele - 9
  43. Clash on Hours and Minimum Wage - 68
  44. Collier's - 219
  45. Columbus Day Conference - 234
  46. Conference Aims Defined by Women - 26
  47. Conference Women Make Impression - 11
  48. Contest on Policy - 89
  49. Conventions at Belvedere - 56
  50. Convention, Pan-American - April 1922 - 14 - 53
  51. Convention Sidelights - 66, 54
  52. Convert Old World First - 194, 195
  53. Mrs. Coolidge Greets Pan Americans - 63
  54. Costigan, Mrs. E. P. - 58
  55. Crowd Cheers Lady Astor - 20
  56. Cuban Delegation - 89
  57. Cuban Suffrage Leader Here - 83
  58. Des Moines Convention - 9, 158, 159, 161, 162
  59. Dreschfield, Mrs. J. M. - 16
  60. Drys Picket League of Women Voters Sessions - 77
  61. Education First in Costa Rica
  62. Editorial - Boston Traveler - on voting - 118
  63. Edwards, Mrs. Richard S. - 137
  64. Ellicott, Mrs. Richard S. - 137
  65. Ellicott, Mrs. Charles E. - 11
  66. Endorsement of Candidates - 53
  67. Equality/of the Sexes - 182
  68. Erie County League of Women Voters - 129
  69. Executive Committee, National League of W. Voters - 9, 29
  70. Famous Women of the Americas - 53
  71. Famous Political Women - 181
  72. Feminist Women Leaders to speak - 55
  73. Feminine Leaders to Speak - 55
  74. Flag Made by Mexican Women - 24
  75. Flays Lazy Voters - 122
  76. Ford Resolution - 77
  77. Foreign Issue Divides Women - 187
  78. Foulke, William Dudley - 238
  79. France, Mrs. Joseph I. - entertains delegates - 63
  80. French, Mrs. Malcolm Bradley - 112
  81. Garden Party - 50
  82. Gardener, Helen Hamilton - 49
  83. Georgia League of Women Voters - 2
  84. Gibson, Charles Dana - 82
  85. Good Citizenship, League Goal - 98
  86. Good Citizenship Pledge - 124
  87. Greatest Women, Twelve - 100, 101, 119, 143, 145, 147, 217, 218, 220, 221
  88. Greeting for Lady Astor - 29
  89. Harding, President - 46, 51, 55
  90. Haskin, Frederic J. 109
  91. Hauser, Elizabeth J. - 82, 137
  92. Hay, Mary Garrett - 30
  93. Higgins, Marion L. - 60
  94. High Cost of Living - 52, 55, 28, 62
  95. Home, The - 236
  96. Homemaking and Big Business - 141
  97. Hooper, Mrs. Ben - 179
  98. Hoover, Herbert - 73, 74, 80, 169, 175, 185, 189, 192, 196, 199
  99. Hughes, Charles Evans - 1
  100. Independent Citizenship for Married Women - 1
  101. Indiana League of Women Voters - 99, 100, 93, 94
  102. Industrial Equality, 207, 212, 213
  103. Institute of Political Education - 129, 130
  104. Interesting Women Attend Convention - 13
  105. International Cooperation to Prevent War - 78
  106. International Woman Suffrage Alliance - 95, 96, 201
  107. Boston Post Interview - 117
  108. Irwin, Will - 97
  109. Jacobs, Pattie Ruffner - 137
  110. Jacksonville, Florida - 3
  111. Japanese Correspondent's Impressions - 30
  112. Jersey City League of Women Voters - 119
  113. Latin America Closed to Flapperism - 13
  114. Leaders of American Women Voters - 14
  115. League of Nations Union - 91
  116. League of Women Voters - Birmingham, Ala. 4
  117. League of Women Voters - Boston - 112 Massachusetts - 119
  118. League of Women Voters - Cartoon - 177, 191
  119. League of Women Voters - Erie County - 129
  120. League of Women Voters - Georgia
  121. League of Women Voters - Indiana - 99, 100
  122. League of Women Voters - Jersey City - 119
  123. League of Women Voters - Louisiana - 8
  124. League of Women Voters - 'Asks Candidates' Views - 127
  125. League of Women Voters - Call to Des Moines Convention - 9
  126. League of Women Voters - Election - 76
  127. League of Women Voters - Fosters Citizenship - 124
  128. League of Women Voters - National, Executive Committee - 9, 29
  129. League of Women Voters - National, Executive Committee - 5th Region (Minneapolis) 151
  130. League of Women Voters - National, Executive Committee - What League of Women Voters Works For - 183
  131. League of Women Voters - National, Executive Committee - Opposed to Blanket Legislation - 170
  132. League of Women Voters - National, Executive Committee - Baltimore Convention, 44, 51-93
  133. Letters from a Senator's Wife - 107
  134. Life In Uruguay - 38
  135. Lincoln Nebraska League of Women Voters and Association of University Women - 148
  136. Living Costs - 183
  137. Lobby Rules - 235 , 3
  138. Loschi Article on Rome Conference - 235
  139. Ludington, Katharine - 82 - 137
  140. Lutz, Dona Bertha - 15, 19, 20, 21, 35
  141. Massachusetts League of Women Voters - Fall Bus. Meeting - 119
  142. McKnight, Mrs. Sumner - 66, 12
  143. Meetings - Connecticut - 135
  144. Maine - 136
  145. New Jersey - 134, 135
  146. Mead, Lucia Ames (Mrs. Edwin D.) - 130
  147. Minneapolis Regional Meeting - 144, 148, 151
  148. Manchester Guardian - 231
  149. Magyarorszag - 224
  150. McCullough, Catherine Waugh - 108
  151. McDowell, Mary - 65
  152. Message to Farm Women Voters - 236
  153. Mexican Delegates - 28
  154. Mexican Feminist for Cooperation - 43
  155. Mississippi Delegates, Natl. League of Women Voters - 51
  156. Molina, Senorita Juanita - 13
  157. Montgomery, Ala. - League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3
  158. Muscle Shoals Plan - 72
  159. Natl. Agricultural Conference - 5
  160. National Council for the Prevention of War - 163
  161. National League of Women Voters - Des Moines Convention - 153, 155, 164, 165, 166, 172-176; 181-187; 194, 199, 227
  162. National League of Women Voters - 2, 9, 10, 12, 38, 44; 51 - 93; 99, 107, 111, 154, 170, 183, 223
  163. National League of Women Voters - Baltimore Convention - 38, 57
  164. National Education Association - 111
  165. National Forest Policy Committee - 5
  166. National Woman's Party - 95
  167. Nebraska League of Women Voters - 144
  168. Newark Reception for Maud Wood Park - 127
  169. New Hampshire League of Women Voters - 113
  170. New Orleans, Louisiana - 8
  171. Non-Voters, Deserters - 144, 145, 146, 149
  172. No Woman's Party - 9
  173. Oswego County League of Women Voters - 132, 133
  174. Ohio League of Women Voters - 99
  175. Organize Canadian Women - 10
  176. Organization of League of Women Voters - 10
  177. O'Sullivan, Mary Kenney - 75
  178. Our World - 97
  179. Political Duty of Women - 146
  180. Paige, Mrs. James - 25, 45, 202, 203
  181. Park - Maud Wood - ***
  182. Pan-American Conference of Women - 3, 14-43; 80, 81, 90, 107, 86
  183. Pan-American Conference of Women - Editorial - 100
  184. Pan-American Conference of Women - Conference Extended - 39
  185. Pan-American Conference of Women - Delegates in Washington - 90
  186. Pan-American Conference of Women - Final Session - 34
  187. Pan-American Conference of Women - Dinner - Cartoons - 70
  188. Pan-American Conference of Women - pening - 14, 19
  189. Pan-American Conference of Women - Pages - 37
  190. Pan-American Conference of Women - Reception - 25, 30
  191. Pan-American Conference of Women - Women Invited to Boston, 23, 59
  192. Pan-Americans at City Hall, Boston - 82
  193. Pankhurst, Mrs. Emmeline - 22, 40, 52, 63, 86
  194. Parker, Dr. Valeria H. - 39
  195. Parkhurst, Marion - 60, 69
  196. "Patriotism" - 219
  197. Patriots Pacifists' Dupes - 163
  198. Peace Big Issue - 176
  199. Peace - For Steps Toward Lasting - 187
  200. Peace - Effective Work for - 206, 214, 211
  201. People's Popular Monthly - 241
  202. Peru Women's Rise - 73
  203. Philippines Moral Place - 35
  204. Pictorial Review Symposium - 121
  205. Pinkham, Wenona Osborne - 75
  206. Plan to Unite Americas - 79
  207. Plan to Outlaw Wars Urged - 79
  208. Pledge for Conscientious Citizens - 60, 84, 93, 124
  209. Policewoman Pleads - 100
  210. Policy Shaping Leaders - 178
  211. Political Apathy Alarming - 143, 145
  212. Praises Progress of American Press O- 93
  213. Prevention of War - 178
  214. Progress in Brazil - 20
  215. Prohibition - 108
  216. Regional Chiefs - 192
  217. Regional Luncheons - 74
  218. Responsibilities of Women in Public Life Today - 133
  219. Ritchie - Governor Host to 600 Women - 58, 59, 61
  220. Robertson, Alice - 93
  221. Rome Congress - 201-214
  222. Rome Delegates - 201
  223. Rotary Club, Boston - 112, 115, 118
  224. Salley, Mrs. Julian B.
  225. School of Citizenship, Albany - 131
  226. School of Politics - 117 - Radcliffe - 242, 138
  227. School Tax Cut - 152
  228. Scoff at Alice Robertson - 22
  229. Select Twelve Greatest Women, 123-126
  230. Seven Steep Steps - 223
  231. Sex Instruction - 149
  232. Sheppard-Towner Bill - 8
  233. Sherwin, Belle - 137
  234. Shuler, Marjorie - 101, 104, 105
  235. Shuler, Mrs. Nettie R. - 75
  236. Sidelights of Big Conference - 34, 43
  237. Simmons, Mrs. C. B. - 25
  238. Slackers, Citizen - 119
  239. Social Hygiene - 63, 165
  240. South American Women Need Education - 85
  241. Plan Suffrage Drive - 52
  242. Spoils System Hastened Harding's Death - 238
  243. Springfield League of Women Voters - 114, 118
  244. Stump Speaker Passes - 109
  245. Suffrage in Grasp of Filipino Women - 83
  246. Suffrage Leaders - 208
  247. Suffrage to Help Home Life - 43
  248. Suffrage for Orient - 214
  249. Suffrage, 20 months of - 48
  250. Swat the Bosses - 151
  251. Talking War to Death - 97
  252. Task of Women - 156-158 - Symposium - Maud Wood Park, Florence E. Allen, Mabel T. Boardman, Alice Ames Winter, Mary Anderson, Mrs. O.H.P. Belmont, Harriet Taylor Upton, Florence Kelley, Mrs. Edward P. Costigan, Mabel Walker Willebrandt,
  253. Teach Heroes of Peace to the Children - 241
  254. Tells Women to be Vigilant - 128
  255. Trounson, Kate E. - 38
  256. Tucker, Mrs.C. F. - 66
  257. Two Bits of Advice - 84
  258. Uniform Divorce Laws - 174
  259. United News Weekly Letters, 113, 114
  260. Upton, Harriet Taylor - 157, 172, 173
  261. Urges Casting Ballot - 145, 146
  262. Urges Help for Uruguay - 44
  263. Urges More Women Lawyers - 35
  264. The Valiant 2% - 227
  265. Vanderlip, Mrs. - Appeals for college aid in the Levant - 91
  266. Van Winkle, Mrs.Mina C. - 108
  267. Varela, Senora Olga de - 15
  268. Vote for Best Candidate - 137
  269. Vote Slackers Scored - 143
  270. Voting, The Decline in - 150
  271. Voting - Boston Traveler Editorial - 118
  272. Wage Amendment Sought - 188
  273. Wage Law, A Valid - 197
  274. Wants All Women to Unite - 39
  275. War, Outlawing - 200
  276. War Chief's Treason Charge - 164
  277. Washington Post - Seven Steps - 223
  278. Washington Star Editorial - 118
  279. What the World Needs Most - Symposium - 177
  280. Mrs. Edward P. Costigan
  281. Mrs. Belle Sherwin
  282. Mrs. William G. Hibbard
  283. Mrs. Maud Wood Park
  284. Mrs. LaRue Brown
  285. Wheeler, Mrs. William Morton - 66
  286. When People Don't Vote - 236
  287. White Slavery in Uruguay - 17
  288. Foe of - 52
  289. Who's Who at Convention - 28, 179
  290. Will League Boost Independent Vote? - 142
  291. Willard, Mabel Caldwell - 66
  292. Willebrandt, Mabel Walker - 35, 63
  293. Winter, Mrs. Thomas G. (Alice Ames) - 121, 196
  294. Wisconsin Poster Contest - 120
  295. Woman Member of Parliament Cheered - 32
  296. Woman, Rural - 215
  297. Woman Voter, The - 113
  298. Woman's Contribution to Government - 142
  299. Woman's Party - 1
  300. Woman's Party, No - 213
  301. Woman's Training Aim of League - 10
  302. Women of America and the democratic awakening - 111
  303. Women and the Ballot- Haskins - 140, 141
  304. Women of Canada - 39
  305. Women of the Americas Make History - 101
  306. Women of the European Countries - 242
  307. Women Experts in Humanitarian Work - 112
  308. Women Face Strenuous Period in Politics - 237
  309. Women Keep Busy by Force of Habit - 238
  310. Women Lawyers - 192
  311. Women, How (they) May Help Steady the Political Situation - 241
  312. Women Meet for Better Laws - 149
  313. Women and the Next Election - 239
  314. Women and the Primaries - Editorial - 139
  315. Women Refuse to Push Politics - 88
  316. Women Should Enroll in Political Parties - 129
  317. Women and Their Votes - 188
  318. Women Voters Start Sessions - 64
  319. Women Oppose Klan - 179
  320. Women Oppose War - 91
  321. Woman Voter - The (Montgomery Ala.) 1
  322. Women Voters at Government House - 53
  323. Women Pols Attend Convention - 25
  324. Women, Twelve Greatest - 100, 101, 119, 143, 145, 147, 220, 221, 217, 218
  325. Famous Political, - 181
  326. Women Voters Great New Force - 4, 5
  327. Women Voters' Leader is Here - 3 (Birmingham, Ala.)
  328. Women Voters Look in to the Record - 138
  329. Women Voters Not Bossed - 100
  330. Women Voters Scoff at Propaganda Story - 71
  331. Women Will Set Styles in Oratory - 114
  332. Women in World Politics - 176
  333. Women Writers Meet - 183
  334. Women's Aims In Legislation - 234
  335. Women's Contribution to Politics - 150
  336. Women's Parties, Against - 229
  337. Women's Place in Politics - 142
  338. Women's Rotary Club - 173
  339. Women's Ways in Politics - 74
  340. World Court, Senators Support - 198
  341. Women's Goal in Politics - 112
  342. Women's Leaders Appeal for Full Vote - 116
  343. Woodrow Wilson, 1000 Women will call on - 86
  344. Woolley, Mary E. - 108
  345. Working Women - Asks Better System for - 65
  346. World Organization, Permanent - 199
  347. Would be First Suffragist in Chile's Congress - 33
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook, January 1924-1946 (Vol. 66o) With few exceptions the items indexed prior to and following this paragraph report the activity of Maud Wood Park during the period of January 1924 and through 1946.

Original volume and clippings discarded after microfilming. Documents removed from volumes and retained can be found in folders #Pa-8-Pa-8a.
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook, January 1924-1946 (Vol. 66o)
  1. Abbott, Edith - 29, 56
  2. Abbott, Grace - 159
  3. Accomplishing Big Things, L. of W. V. - 135
  4. Addams, Jane, 101, 178
  5. Allen, Florence E. - 149
  6. Allen, Mary S., British Policewoman - 77
  7. American Association of University Women - 181
  8. American Women's Association, 1926, - 164
  9. American Women's First One Hundred Years - 193, 194
  10. Anderson, Mary - 22, 31, 32, 56
  11. Anthony, Susan B. - 194
  12. Anti-War Program Backed - 41
  13. Appointment of Maud Wood Park to Committee on Legislation, AAUW - 181
  14. Arbitration is Cure - 74
  15. Army Fights Women's Societies - 6, 9, 118, 121
  16. "As a Woman Sees the World" - 150
  17. Atlanta, Georgia - 171
  18. Attack by War Department - 30
  19. Back in Washington - Keyes - 11
  20. Bacon and Newton Bills for Extension of Citizenship to Alien Married Women - 144
  21. Baldwin, Mrs. Harris - 33
  22. Ballot Brings Broad Vision to Women - 132
  23. "Ballot is Tool to Apply to U.S. Ideals" - 173
  24. Bates College Meeting - 126
  25. "Beacons in History" - 140
  26. Beauty Essential to Success - 6
  27. Best Women for Office - 10, 70
  28. Better Citizenship - 128, 132
  29. Birmingham Alabama League of Women Voters - 172
  30. Birth Control Defeated - 36, 46, 68, 87, 97
  31. Blackwell, Alice Stone - 85th Birthday 1942 - 199
  32. Alice Stone Blackwell - 7, 111, 191, 199, 201
  33. Blair, Emily Newell - 6, 9, 44, 63
  34. British Policewoman - 77
  35. Buffalo Host to Women - 31
  36. Buffalo Convention, Natl. League of Women Voters, 2, 1, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20-23; 27, 31, 36, 37, 40, 41, 48, 54, 55, 65, 67 , 98
  37. Buffalo Convention, Call - 2
  38. Campaign Against Adult Illiteracy - 6
  39. Catt, Carrie Chapman - 18, 23, 31, 38, 43, 59, 51, 55, 74, 75, 177, 178, 190, 191, 193, 194, 201
  40. Centennial of Suffrage, 1940 - 193, 194
  41. Champagne, Ill, meeting - 147
  42. Cheatam, Mrs. Elliott - 31, 32
  43. Chenung County League of Women Voters, N.Y. - 135
  44. Chicago Women at Convention - 61
  45. Child Labor Amendment - 55, 77, 176
  46. Chivalry by Men Urged - 64
  47. Christian Science Monitor story of 100 years - 193, 194
  48. Cincinnati League Interested in Public Welfare Movement - 131
  49. Citizenship Lectures - 125, 132
  50. Citizenship Schools - 56
  51. Citizenship for Women - 140 (Wilmington, Del. Meeting)
  52. Citizenship Rights of Alien Married Women - 144
  53. Civic Club, ward 7 Boston - 139
  54. Civic Foundation Questionnaire, 176
  55. Clark, Adele - 57
  56. Complete Program - Buffalo Convention - 37, 38
  57. Confessions of a Congressman - 157
  58. Conservatism is Keynote of President Park - 81
  59. Convention, L. Of W. V. - Buffalo (see Buffalo Convention)
  60. Convention - Tonic, - 16, 19
  61. Coolidge on Voters' Obligations - 58
  62. Coolidge Praises L. of W. Voters - 62, 69
  63. Coolidge Praises L. Court Plan Endorsed - 30, 34
  64. Cooperatives - 36
  65. Corruption Passing in United States - 33
  66. Costigan, Mrs. Edward P. - 15
  67. Dean, Vera Micheles, 203
  68. Delany, Marion - 31
  69. Demand Dry Law Enforcement - 99
  70. DeNormandie, Mrs. Robert L. (Alice W.) - 15
  71. Describes Beauty of Mediterranean - 186
  72. Distinguished Women at Buffalo - 27
  73. Dry Action Divides Women Voters - 76, 78
  74. Duties of a Citizen - 135
  75. Education in Government - 56
  76. Educate Women to the Ballot - 110, 111
  77. Efficiency in Government Department - 60
  78. Eighteenth Amendment - Prohibition - 167
  79. Elmira, N.Y. meeting, L. of W. V. - 135
  80. Ely, Gertrude - 32, 92
  81. Employed Women on the Increase - 64
  82. Enforcement of Prohibition - 94
  83. Enrichment of Life by Power to Vote - 132
  84. Equal Rights Amendment (so-called) L. of W. Voters fights - 105
  85. Executive Committee, N. L. of W. Voters - 8
  86. Executive Council Closed Sessions - 42
  87. Face to Face with Maud Wood Park - 102
  88. "The Faith of the Fathers" - 166
  89. Finance Meeting Luncheon, Richmond, Va. - 150, 153
  90. Flashlights of Famous People - 97, 102
  91. Foley, Margaret - 201
  92. Ford Hall Forum - 185 (Efforts of "Super-Patriots")
  93. Formed First College Suffrage League - 137
  94. Franklin County L. of W. Voters meeting - 139
  95. Front Door Lobby - 5, 8, 169
  96. Gardener, Helen Hamilton - 15, 23, 31, 32
  97. General Council meeting, L. of W. V. - 174
  98. General Federation of Women's Clubs - 176
  99. "Get Out the Vote" - 13, 14, 10
  100. Ghost of Lusk, The - Editorial - 117
  101. Good Government Aim of League of Women Voters - 106
  102. Government Efficiency Institute - Cincinnati - 132, 140, 141
  103. Greatest Women Banquet - 48
  104. Greensboro N. C. meeting - 171
  105. Harrison, Gladys - 66
  106. Hay, Mary Garrett - 3, 191
  107. Heads Voters - 103
  108. "Help Yourself" in National Parties - 62
  109. Hebard, Grace Raymond - 189
  110. Hoover, Herbert - 149
  111. "How Men Have Treated Me in Politics" - 67, 47, 87
  112. How Mrs. Park Made Secretary Weeks Retract His Poster - 107
  113. How the Women Work - 157
  114. Hunt's Washington Letter - 44
  115. Illiteracy - Campaign Against Adult - 6
  116. Immigration Bill - 43
  117. Important Features of the League - 51
  118. Indiana League of Women Voters - 143, 147
  119. Institute on Efficiency in Government - 132, 140, 141
  120. International Cooperation to Prevent War Dept. - 12, 40
  121. International Cooperation at Voters' League - 93
  122. International Suffrage News - 115
  123. Jacobs, Mrs. Solon - 15, 81
  124. Japanese Discussion, 46, 168
  125. Jap Exclusion Act - 35, 43, 46
  126. Job Worth Doing (Get Out the Vote) 66
  127. Jury Duty is Educational - 33
  128. Kelley, Florence - 178, 183, 15, 56
  129. Keyes, Frances Parkinson - 11
  130. Keynote Speech, M.W.Park - 82
  131. Labor Legislation Before Congress - 56, 125
  132. Lady Bobby Bobs Up Here - 47
  133. Lathrop, Julia - 15, 20
  134. League Head Urges Women Vote - 61
  135. League, Important Features of - 51
  136. League of Women Voters - 9, 10
  137. League of Women Voters - Birmingham, Ala. - 172
  138. League of Women Voters - Buffalo (see Buffalo Convention)
  139. League of Women Voters - Cincinnati - 131
  140. League of Women Voters - Elmira, N.Y. - 135
  141. League of Women Voters - Indiana - 143
  142. League of Women Voters - Richmond Va - 150, 153
  143. League of Women Voters - New York - 10
  144. League Honors Mrs. Park - 70
  145. League Leaders - 33
  146. League Leaders - Officers Meet - 24
  147. League Leaders - Ready for Work - 112
  148. League of Women Voters Divided on Law Enforcement - 77, 78
  149. Lectures - Citizenship - 125, 132
  150. Leslie, Mrs. Frank - 194
  151. Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission - 191
  152. Letter from a Senator's Wife - 11
  153. Living Costs - 56
  154. Lobbying Made Respectable - 7
  155. Lobbying New Profession - 169, 170
  156. Ludington, Miss Katharine, 26, 29, 47, 67, 92
  157. Lusk, The Ghost of, Editorial - 117
  158. Madison, Wis. League of Women Voters - 144
  159. Married Women's Rights (Aliens) - 144
  160. Marriage and Divorce Legislation - 54, 63
  161. Married Women in the Professions - 154
  162. Maternity and Infancy - 176
  163. May Be in President's Cabinet - 3
  164. McDowell, Mary E. - 159
  165. McKnight, Mrs. Sumner - 67
  166. McMillen, Mrs. Benton - 31
  167. Meetings - Atlanta, Ga. 171
  168. Meetings - Bates College - 126
  169. Meetings - Champagne, Ill. - 147
  170. Meetings - Cincinnati, Ohio - 132, 141, 142
  171. Meetings - Civic Club, Boston, Ward 7 - 139
  172. Meetings - Baltimore, Md. 141, 145, 146
  173. Meetings - Columbus, Ohio - 137, 140, 141, 143
  174. Meetings - Franklin County, Ohio, 139
  175. Meetings - Minneapolis, 134
  176. Meetings - New Brunswick, N.J. - 136
  177. Meetings - Newark, N.J. - 140
  178. Meetings - Oshkosh, Wis. 140, 148
  179. Meetings - Philadelphia, 133
  180. Meetings - Portland, Maine - 150, 187
  181. Meetings - Richmond, 132, 136, 139, 149
  182. Meetings - Rochester, N.Y. - 133
  183. Meetings - Rotary Club, Portland, Me. 187
  184. Meetings - St. Louis, Mo. - 166
  185. Meetings - St. Paul, Minn - 133, 134
  186. Meetings - Trenton, N.J. - 133
  187. Meetings - West Chester, Pa. - 134
  188. Meetings - Wilmington, Del. - 140, 146
  189. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Atlanta a Ga. - 171
  190. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Bates College - 126
  191. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Chicago, Ill. - 147, 148, 149
  192. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Cleveland, Ohio - 142, 143, 144, 145
  193. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Fon Du Lac, Wis. - 147
  194. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Greensboro, N.C. 0 171
  195. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Indianapolis, Ind. - 148
  196. Meetings - College and Normal Schools: Terre Haute, Ind. - 148
  197. Message to Buffalo Women - M.W.Park - 21, 57
  198. Miller, Mrs. Craig C. - 15
  199. Morgan, Ruth, - Opens World Peace Drive - 76, 77
  200. Morris, Mrs. Esther H. - 189
  201. Mostly About People - 101
  202. Mostly About People - Carrie Chapman Catt
  203. Mostly About People - Maud Wood Park
  204. Mostly About People - Belle Sherwin
  205. Mostly About People - Jane Addams
  206. Mostly About People - Eleanor Roosevelt
  207. Mostly About People - Helen Hamilton Gardener
  208. Mott, Lucretia - 194
  209. National Forum, A - Editorial - 85
  210. "National Government" - 159
  211. National League of Women Voters - 8, 10, 3, 7, 20, 24, 25, 115
  212. National League of Women Voters - General Council meeting - 174
  213. National League of Women Voters - Officers - 25
  214. National League of Women Voters - Opposition to Wadsworth Garrett Resolution - 163
  215. National Magazine article "Mostly About People" - 101
  216. National Parties - 62
  217. National Woman's Party - 9
  218. Nation's Women Open Historic Meeting - 31
  219. Newton (and Bacon) Bills for Citizenship of Married Women - 144
  220. New Voters' Day - Richmond, 149
  221. Nineteenth Amendment - Interest in Public Affairs Article, C.S. Monitor, 1943 - 202
  222. Nineteenth Amendment - 201
  223. Non-Partisan Agencies to Fix the Tariff - 44
  224. Obligations of Voters, Coolidge - 58
  225. Officers Would Work as Private - 109
  226. Officers and Chairman - 38
  227. Officers Nominated for 1924-1925 - 69
  228. Ohio Woman National Chief of Women Voters - 103
  229. Ohio Institute on Efficiency in Government - 132, 141
  230. Old and the New - 114
  231. Outline - 00
  232. Oldtime Sunday Supper - 15, 59
  233. Oshkosh League of Women Voters - 143, 144, 146, 148
  234. Open Letter from Spicer - 178, 179, 185
  235. Outlook, The - 9
  236. Outstanding Figures at Women voters Convention - 91
  237. Pan-American Conference - 11
  238. Park and Upton as Vice Pres. - 44
  239. Party Conventions - 24
  240. Park - Maud Wood - ***
  241. Party Platform Planks - 15, 27, 62
  242. Paul, Alice - 9
  243. Peace Christmas Card Competition - 5
  244. Peace Mass Meeting - 18
  245. Peace Stickers - 12
  246. "Petticoats Are New Danger" - 176
  247. Pinchot, Gifford - 12, 71, 70, 72, 73
  248. Pinchot, Mrs. Gifford (Cornelia Bryce) - 6, 33
  249. Pleads for Increased School Funds - 50
  250. Political Chivalry - 52
  251. Political Indifference a National Menace - 14
  252. Political Pie - 124
  253. Political Table Set Cafeteria Style - 113
  254. Poster Angers Women - 52
  255. Poster Attacking Women Recalled - 59
  256. "Power" Sought by Women - 83
  257. President Coolidge Praises The League of Women Voters - 62
  258. Presidents of State Leagues - 50
  259. Prime Question Overlooked- 86
  260. Prison Reform - 51
  261. Private in the Ranks - 113
  262. "Professional Patriots" - 175
  263. Prohibition Amendment - 167
  264. Prohibition Enforcement - 152, 166
  265. Prominent Figures at Buffalo Convention - 28
  266. Propaganda Against Women's Organizations - 150
  267. Questionnaire of Civic Foundation - 176
  268. Radcliffe College - Collection of Maud Wood Park's Papers - 201
  269. Radcliffe College Holds Honorable Record - 119
  270. Radcliffe College News - 204
  271. Radcliffe Quarterly - 189
  272. Radcliffe College Woman's Rights Room Opening - 202, 203
  273. Reception to Mrs. Taft and Mrs. Wilson - 7, 10
  274. Registration - Belle Sherwin Hopes for Increased - 111
  275. Republican Women Honor Harriet Taylor Upton - 55
  276. Retirement of Maud Wood Park - 27, 34, 63
  277. Richardson, Anna Steese - 153
  278. Richmond Convention, National League of Women Voters, 150, 153, 149,
  279. Ritchey, - 00
  280. Ritchie, Governor Albert C. - 70, 71
  281. Robins, Mrs. Raymond - 191
  282. Roosevelt, Mrs. Eleanor, 101, 195
  283. Schain, Miss Josephine - 15
  284. Schools - Citizenship - 56
  285. Schools - Foreign Affairs - 1, 2
  286. Shaw, Anna Howard - 3, 191
  287. Shaw, Pauline Agassiz - 100th birthday anniversary publicity - 197
  288. Sheppard-Towner Act - 182, 183 (Spicer article)
  289. Sherwin, Belle - 2, 23, 32, 33, 53, 54, 58, 69, 86, 174, 101, 104, 165
  290. Shockley, Mrs. W. A. - 31
  291. Signing the 19th Amendment - 194
  292. Six Million More Votes Aim of Women - 94, 95
  293. Skirts Doomed - 108
  294. Slade, Mrs. Louis (Caroline) - 23, 28
  295. Slander Quashed, A - 111
  296. Slur by War Department - 45
  297. Social Hygiene - 57
  298. Social Hygiene Committee - 23
  299. Social Hygiene Conference - 36, 59
  300. Society Ties Loosened, says Mrs. Pinchot - 79
  301. Speaking tour to colleges - 132
  302. Speake rs at Government Efficiency Institute - 132, 140, 141
  303. Spicer Article - 176, 178, 179, 182, 183, 185
  304. Spiderweb chart and circulator - 117
  305. Splendid program - 47
  306. Stanley, Louise - 159
  307. Stone, Lucy - 108, 199
  308. Students have Golden Opportunity - 136
  309. Stanton, Elizabeth Cady - 194
  310. "Subversive Teachers" - 175
  311. Suffrage Centennial, 193, 194
  312. "Super-patriots" propaganda - 176, 177, 178, 179, 183, 184, 185
  313. Suffrage Not a Failure - 109
  314. Tampa, Florida, League of Women Voters - 173
  315. Teapot Dome for Women - 12, 21
  316. "Tears Due" - 177
  317. "Time for More to be Told" - Editorial - 82
  318. Today's Woman - Christian Science Monitor Article on Maud Wood Park, Aug. 24, 1943 - 201
  319. Tribute to Leaders - 84
  320. Tribute to Maud Wood Park - 83, 96, 107, 110
  321. Twelve Greatest Women - 13, 78, 98
  322. Uniform Divorce Laws - 39
  323. Uniform Marriage Laws - 40, 41, 54, 55
  324. Upton, Harriet Taylor, 6, 7, 9, 28, 44, 55, 165, 191
  325. Urges Double Standard - 55
  326. Urges Fight for Children's Rights - 113
  327. Urges Women to Fight Vice in Open - 50
  328. Urges Women to Take Part in Activities - 97
  329. Urges Women to Join Parties - 91
  330. Urges Women to work for Parties - 60
  331. Vice - No Increase in - 32
  332. Volstead Law - 167
  333. Vote Drive Chief Activity - 52
  334. Voters League Maps Campaign, Minnesota - 134
  335. Voters' League to Uphold Law - 80, 95
  336. Wadsworth-Garrett Amendment, opposition to - 163
  337. Waiting for Results - 109
  338. Walsh, Davis and Mrs. Catt Urge Entry into World Court, 88, 89
  339. Walsh Pleads for American Aid - 76
  340. Walsh for World Court - 88, 89, 90
  341. Want Suffrage in Columbia - 78
  342. War Dept. Attack on Women (others carry on) - 123
  343. War Dept. Poster Recalled - 45, 46, 49, 52
  344. War Displaced by Law - 5
  345. War Secretary Apologizes - 52 (for poster attack)
  346. "Washington Ways" - 187, 188 (Rotary Club speech)
  347. Washington Letter, Hunt's - 44
  348. Webster, Mrs. - will add women voters - 24, 29
  349. Weeks Recalled Poster - 59
  350. Weeks Poster - How Mrs. Park Made Secretary Retract - 107
  351. Welcome to Buffalo - 39
  352. What America Does Lodge Represent? - Editorial - 106
  353. What are Women Thinking? - 14
  354. What Women May Do - Editorial - 10
  355. What the 1925 Convention Taught Me - Anna Steese Richardson - 153
  356. Why So Many Women? - 7
  357. Willibrandt, Mabel Walker - 28, 31, 32, 33, 38, 39, 50, 21, 152, 159
  358. Women Attack Vote Slackers - 34
  359. Women Battle Against War - 93
  360. Women Campaigning to Get Out a Big Vote - 123
  361. Women Closing Big Convention - 92
  362. Women Commend World Court Move - 30, 33
  363. Women Front Door Lobbyists - 81
  364. Women Hear Smith Boom called Insult - 79
  365. Women's Industrial Conference, 159
  366. Women in Politics - 9
  367. Women and Political Parties - 51
  368. Women in Convention - 14
  369. Women in Government - 42
  370. Women in International Affairs - 43
  371. Women in Politics - 9, 18
  372. Women's Joint Congressional Committee, 169, 170, 183, 155
  373. Women Lobbyists- 157
  374. Women or Men Bosses - 19
  375. Women Outline Policy - 25
  376. Women's Party - Mrs. Park Against - 44
  377. Women's Peace Societies, Co-ordination - 64
  378. Women Plan to Get Out the Vote - 60
  379. Women's National Committee for Law Enforcement - 19
  380. Women Seek Bigger Presidential Vote - 27
  381. Women Still Dubious about Major Parties - 104
  382. Women's Suffrage to Remake World - Catt - 41
  383. Women Take Lead in Work of Democracy - 106
  384. Women Uphold Stand on Court by Collidge - 33
  385. Women Want America to Join Court - 34
  386. Women Will Continue Welfare Work When Federal Support Ends - 182
  387. Women Will Vote November 4th - 114
  388. Voter, The Woman - 130
  389. Women Voters End Convention - 86, 94
  390. "Woman Voter No Frump" - 92
  391. Women Voters are Free from Party Politics - 91
  392. Women Voters Map Program - 61
  393. Women Voters Planning New Law Campaign - 105
  394. Women Voters End Rapid Fire Session - 103
  395. Women Voters Favor U.S. In World Court - 100
  396. Women Voters' adopt "work" program - 84
  397. Women Voters to Hear Experts - 141
  398. Women Working for New Laws - 155
  399. Women's Bureau, Dept. of Labor - 159
  400. Women's League to Fight Equality Plan - 105
  401. Women Need Active Gratitude for 19th Amendment - 202 - Christian Science Monitor Article
  402. Women Stress Human Side of Postwar Work - 203
  403. Woolley, Mary E. - 2
  404. World Court - 30, 33, 34, 54, 55, 66, 73, 89, 100, 99, 112, 149, 156, 157,
  405. World Court - Backed - 112
  406. World Court - Plan of Coolidge Endorsed - 30, 34
  407. World Court - Dalay Scored - 99
  408. World Court - Florence Allen - 149
  409. World Court - Lobby - 156, 157
  410. World Court - Plea Dead as Caesar says Walsh - 73, 75
  411. World Court - Women Uphold Coolidge Stand - 33, 34
  412. World Court - Hoover on World Court - 149
  413. World Peace - 54, 55
  414. World Peace Drive opened by Ruth Morgan - 76, 77
  415. Wyoming - Birth of - Hebard - 189
  416. Would Create Intelligent Public Interest - 66
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook re: her 80th birthday, 1951 (Vol. 67o) Scrapbook dismantled. Items in scrapbook are now housed in folders #Pa-14f-Pa-16f.
Index to Maud Wood Park scrapbook re: her 80th birthday, 1951 (Vol. 67o)
  1. Abbott, Miss Edith - 48
  2. Abrams, Dr. Anna Thurman - 105
  3. Algeo, Mrs. Sara - 41
  4. Allen, Judge Florence E. - 39
  5. Altenburg, Mrs. Mary Montgomery - 46
  6. Altrusa Club, Portland, Maine - 43
  7. American Assn. University Women, Boston Branch - 60, 106
  8. Ames, Mrs. Oakes (Blanche) - 35
  9. Anderson, Miss Mary - 9
  10. Armstrong, Mrs. H. (Molly) - 46
  11. Armstrong, Miss Louisa - 102
  12. Arndt, Miss Jessie Ash - 83
  13. Auburn, Me. League of Women Voters - 45
  14. Averill, Dr. Charles A. - 91, 113
  15. Baker, Mrs. Roland M. (Edith M.) - 23
  16. Balch, Miss Emily G. - 26
  17. Bangor League of Women Voters - 43, 74
  18. Barney, Dr. J. Sarah - 29
  19. Barron, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, Jr. - 44 (Judge Jennie Loitman)
  20. Bay Shore Falmouth Foreside Discussion Group League - 84
  21. Benjamin, Mrs. W. H. (Bertha P.) - 101
  22. Bernstein, Miss Helen - 87
  23. Bernstein, Mrs. Rebecca Thurman (Israel) - 93
  24. Berry, Mrs. Frederick (Florence Pettis) - 96
  25. Bibber, Mrs. Eugene (Teresa) - 94
  26. Birdsall, Mrs. Clara E. - telephoned greetings
  27. Blackmur, Miss Eleanor - 33
  28. Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. - 113
  29. Blake, Mabelle B. (Pres.) - 60
  30. Boston American, clipping - 121
  31. Boston Branch, A. A. U. W. - 60, 106
  32. Boston Branch, League of Women Voters - 82
  33. Boston Globe, 119
  34. Boston Post-118
  35. Boston Herald, 120
  36. Boston Traveler, 121
  37. Bowen, Louise de Koven (Mrs. Joseph G.) - 19
  38. Boyer, Mrs. Ida Porter - 23 (died 1952)
  39. Brady, Emma and John - 98
  40. Brown, Mr. LaRue - 31
  41. Brown, Mrs. Raymond (Gertrude Foster) - 16
  42. Brown, Mrs. W. V. - 103
  43. Brownell, Mrs. Helen - 79
  44. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. William - 87
  45. Biddeford, Me. Journal - 123
  46. Buel, Mrs. Dorothy - 96
  47. Burlington, Vt. Free Press - 123
  48. Burrowes, Miss. Edith - 89
  49. Bush Mrs. Wendell T. - 20
  50. Cantrill, Mrs. John C. (Ethel G.) - 11
  51. Card, Sylvia M. (Mrs. Walter) - 95
  52. Carroll, Miss Mollie Ray - 14
  53. Chace, Mrs. Jonathan, Pres. - 82
  54. Chase, Mrs. Carroll L. (Louise Fletcher) - 49
  55. Chase, Miss Mary N. - 76
  56. Class of 1898, Radcliffe College, - 113
  57. Coe, Mrs. Alba (Mrs. H. P.) - 98
  58. Coe, Mrs. Evelyn Beverley - 25
  59. Cohen, Miss Ethel - 8
  60. Coleman, Miss Greta C. - 78
  61. Collins, Mrs. Mary Love - 32
  62. Colton, Miss Olive A. - 80
  63. Comstock, Miss Ada Louise - 12 (See Mrs. Wallace Notestein)
  64. Costigan, Mrs. Edward P. (Mabel Cory) - 26 (died 1952)
  65. Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert B. - 107
  66. Danielson, Miss Rosamond - 40
  67. Davidson, Mrs. Norman (Nancy) - 33
  68. Davis, Allen S - 67
  69. Davis, Mrs. Theodore C., Pres. - 143
  70. Dawes, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore - 109
  71. Dean, Mrs. Gertrude Wood - 63
  72. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert W. - 44
  73. Deering, Mrs. Frank P. (Mabel Croft) - 17
  74. DeNormandie, Mrs. Robert (Alice B.) - 30
  75. Dewson, Miss Mary W. - 38
  76. Dickey, Mrs. E. Ardelle - 94
  77. Dieffenbach, Dr. Albert C. - 28
  78. Driscoll, Miss Mary E. - 57, 118, 122
  79. Dunn, Mr. Edward J. - 72
  80. Eagleton, Mrs. Wells P. (Florende) - 54
  81. Edwards, Mrs. Richard (Marie Stuart) - 64
  82. Eksergian, Mr. C. Levon - 113
  83. Dr. and Mrs. Rupen - 113
  84. Emery, Mr. and Mrs. F.Philip - 106
  85. Everett, Miss Emilie H. - 77
  86. Falmouth(Mc) League of Women Voters - 45
  87. Ferrell, Mrs. Dudley (Florence) - 100
  88. Fisk, Mrs. Everett 0. (Louisa Holman) - 105
  89. Fitz, George Edward - 61
  90. Fobes, Ruth - 90
  91. Foley, Miss Margaret - 101
  92. Foster, Mrs. Frank C, Pres. - 74
  93. Foster, Mrs. Thomas A. - 100
  94. Franklin, Mrs. George B. (Lucy Jenkins) - 65
  95. Gaffney, Miss Helen A. - 35
  96. Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd, Jr. - 33, 119, 122
  97. Gellhorn, Mrs. George (Edna Fischel) - 35
  98. Gibbs, Frances F. - 84
  99. Gilkey, Miss Lillian M. - 106
  100. Good, Mrs. Methuen N. (Hilda) - 91
  101. Greim, Mr. and Mrs. Robert - 103
  102. Grierson, Miss Margaret S. - 83
  103. Griffin, Mr. Bartholomew F. - 71
  104. Hamilton, Dr. Alice - 40
  105. Hartzell, Mrs. William, Pres. - 75
  106. Haughton, Mrs. M. Graeme - 76, 113
  107. Hauser, Miss Elizabeth J. - 38
  108. Heinstein, Mrs. Augusta Lord - 68A
  109. Hepburn, Mrs. Thomas (Katharine Houghton) - 40 - died 1951
  110. Hern, Nathalie Clark - 63
  111. Hersey, Miss Ada H. - 90
  112. Hersey, Mrs. Katharine Page (Leonard) - 23
  113. High, Mrs. Julia K. - 84, 103, 113
  114. Hill, Hazel - 84
  115. Hill John W - 117
  116. Hittl, Mr. and Mrs. Anton P. - 52, 91
  117. Hixon, Mrs. Frank G. (Alice G.) - 22
  118. Holcombe, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur N. - 32
  119. Holland, Mrs. Edward J. Pres. - 43
  120. Hoover, Hon. Herbert - 3
  121. Hopkins, Mrs. Richard (Lydia Hafford) - 55
  122. Howland, Mrs.Weston (Alice Forbes) - 86
  123. Holyoke, Mass., Transcript - 121
  124. Hubert, Dorothy P. - 84
  125. Hurlock, Clara L. - 58
  126. Hutchins, Mrs Walter D. (Emma J.) - 97
  127. Irwin, Mrs. Will (Inez Haynes) - 17
  128. Jackson, Mrs. Irene E. - 93
  129. James, Harlean - 65
  130. Jeffrey, Mrs. Edward C. - 78
  131. Jenkins, Mrs. Thornton (Kate Pineo Chase) - 88
  132. Johnson, Miss Ethel M. - 24
  133. Johnson, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis Jerome - 42 (both died 1952)
  134. Jones, Mrs. Austin W. (Marjorie B.) 50
  135. Jordan, Pres. Wilbur K. - 8
  136. Keating, Hon. and Mrs. Edward - 7
  137. Kenyon, Judge Dorothy - 10
  138. Killam, Mr. and Mrs. Earl - 8
  139. Kimball, Miss Martha S. - 107
  140. King, Mr. Delcevare - 69
  141. Kirkpatrick, Maude Lincoln - 85
  142. Knight, Alma I. - 84
  143. Knighton, Olive - 84
  144. Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Myron - 44
  145. Lawrence, Mrs. Frank (Florence Locke) - 85 (died 1951)
  146. Leagues of Women Voters: Auburn, Maine - 45
  147. Leagues of Women Voters: Bangor, Maine - 43, 74
  148. Leagues of Women Voters: Bay Shore, Falmouth Foreside Discussion Group League - 84
  149. Leagues of Women Voters: Boston, Mass. - 82
  150. Leagues of Women Voters: Falmouth Foreside, Maine - 45
  151. Leagues of Women Voters: Lewiston, Maine - 45
  152. Leagues of Women Voters: Maine State League - 50
  153. Leagues of Women Voters: Massachusetts - 82
  154. Leagues of Women Voters: Melrose - 75
  155. Leagues of Women Voters: Orono, Maine - 74
  156. Leagues of Women Voters: National - 68
  157. Leagues of Women Voters: Portland, Maine - 113
  158. Leagues of Women Voters: Reading - 84
  159. Leagues of Women Voters: Rockland, Maine - 104
  160. Leavitt, Ruth B. - 107
  161. Lee, Mrs John - Pres. Natl Leaque 06 Women Voters - 68
  162. Lenroot, Katharine F. - 28
  163. Leonard, Gertrude Halladay - 98
  164. Leonard, Gertrude Halladay (Mrs. John) - 25 (died 1951)
  165. Letter sent to friends - 115
  166. Lewiston, Me. Sun - 123
  167. Lewiston, Me. League of Women Voters - 45
  168. Logan, Mrs. Thomas (Edith Manning) - 48
  169. Ludington, Miss Katharine - 23
  170. Luscomb, Miss Florence H. - 7 A
  171. Lyden, Mrs. John J. (Cora Lindsay - 97
  172. Lynn, Mass. Telegram - News, 123
  173. Maclachlan, Mrs. Kenneth (Olga C.) - 108
  174. MacLeod, Betty - 84
  175. Maher, Miss Amy G. - 30
  176. Mahoney, Mrs. Mary Murphy - 70
  177. Maloney, Miss Mary - 89
  178. Maloney, Nora - 89
  179. Malloy, Mrs. Elizabeth Maloney - 89 (Mr. and Mrs. Richard)
  180. Marshall, Dr. and Mrs. Donald F. - 56
  181. Martin, Mrs. Charles (Ruth H.) - 47
  182. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. William Clarke - 70
  183. Massachusetts League of Women Voters - 82
  184. Mayhew, Mrs. Eleanor Ransom (B. C.) - 77
  185. Mayhew, Mrs. Walter (Doris) - 54
  186. McBride, Mrs. Malcolm (Lucia) - 32
  187. McCarthy, Mrs. Sadie A. - 49
  188. McClintock, Mr. and Mrs. William J. - 71
  189. McClure, Mrs. Charles W. (Grace Sample) 22
  190. McLean, Miss Frances W. - 109
  191. McCormick, Mrs. Stanley (Katharine Dexter) - 19
  192. Melrose Free Press, clipping - 122
  193. Melrose League of Women Voters - 75
  194. Meredith, Mrs. Ellis - 36
  195. Merk, Mrs. Frederick (Lois Bannister) - 77
  196. Messer, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore - 55
  197. Mills, Lydia T. - 95
  198. Mills, Rose E. - 84
  199. Mitchell, Ruth H. - 92
  200. Moody, Arthur R. - 61
  201. Morin, Mrs. Paul A. (Gertrude Potter) - 100
  202. Morrisson, Mrs. James W. (Mary Foulke) - 18
  203. Morse, Mrs. Alan R - (Pres. Mass L. of W. Voters) - 82
  204. National League of Women Voters - 68
  205. Nelson, Mariam, Secy. - 106
  206. Nichols, Mrs. Estes (Charlotte) - 53
  207. Niven, Mrs. Lewis, Pres., 74
  208. Notestein, Mrs. Ada Comstock (Wallace) - 12
  209. Noyes, Mrs. Agnes B. - 108
  210. Osgood, Mrs. Ethel B. - 111
  211. Page, Mrs. Anne - 86
  212. Paige, Mrs. James (Mabeth Hurd) - 21
  213. Park, Mrs. Alice - 81
  214. Parker, Mrs. George Howard (Louise Merritt) 78
  215. Peck, Miss Mary Gray - 16
  216. Perkins, Miss Frances - 59
  217. Peters, Mrs. Minnie A. - 66
  218. Phillip, Anna R. - 84
  219. Pierce, Mrs. R. Lillian - 49
  220. Pierce, Miss Ruth M. - 95
  221. Porritt, Miss Ruth K. - 80
  222. Portland Evening Express - 120
  223. League of Women Voters - 113
  224. Press Herald - 121
  225. Priest, Miss Alice L. - 110
  226. Publicity Release - 114
  227. Publicity Clippings - 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123
  228. Quirk, Hon. and Mrs. Charles I. - 34
  229. Radcliffe College - 8, 80
  230. Radcliffe Class of 1898 - 113
  231. Radcliffe Club of Maine - 104, 105
  232. Ransom, Dr. Eliza Taylor - 95
  233. Rantoul, Mrs. Lois B. - 21
  234. Reid, Lillian J. - 84
  235. Ripley, Eva G. (Mrs. William S.) 63
  236. Ripley, Mrs. William Z. (Ida S.) - 29
  237. Rockland, Maine, League of Women Voters - 104
  238. Rogers, Hon. Edith Nourse - 44
  239. Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin Delano (Eleanor) - 6
  240. Rotch, Mrs. Arthur G. (Helen L.) - 9
  241. Rozelle, Helen - 103
  242. Ruby, Mrs. Margaret E.- 93
  243. Russell, Mrs. Henry H. (Mabel) - 37
  244. Ryan, Miss Agnes - 73 (see Mrs. Henry Bailey Stevens)
  245. Reading, Mass., Chronicle - 124
  246. Saltonstall, Senator Leverett - 4
  247. Sherwin, Miss Belle - 14
  248. Sliney, Mr. and Mrs. George - 111 (Nellie Maloney)
  249. Slocomb, Mrs. George A. (Florence Seaver) - 48
  250. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. - 53
  251. Smith, Mrs. Gertrude Cochrane - 31
  252. Smith, (Mrs.) Senator Margaret Chase - 18
  253. Smith, Miss Rena B. - 20
  254. Smith, Mrs. Jennie M. - 89
  255. Smith College Library - 83
  256. Snow, Mrs. Roger B., Pres. - 45
  257. Spadafora, Mrs. Pasquale - 112
  258. Stantial, Mrs. Ralph O. (Bertie M.) - 70
  259. Stantial - Mr. and Mrs.Guy W. - 115
  260. Stephenson, Sarah C. - 90
  261. Stevens, Mrs. Henry Bailey (Agnes Ryan) 73
  262. Stockwell, Mrs. S. A. (Maud C.) 42
  263. Stone, Mrs. Frank (Bertha H.) - 102
  264. Stopal, Mr. and Mrs. Simon - 92
  265. Stratton, Miss Annie F. - 85
  266. Strauss, Miss Anna Lord - 37
  267. Strout, Mrs. Doris - 52
  268. Sweeney, Mrs. Thomas, Pres. - 104
  269. Swiggett, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn L. (Emma Bain) 51
  270. Thaxter, Mrs. Priscilla K. - 31
  271. Thistle, Mayor Thomas - 5
  272. Tillson, Mrs. Louise M. - 93
  273. Tilton, Mr. William - 47
  274. Truman, President Harry S. - 2
  275. Urann, Mrs. Warren - (Bertha Pickford) - 79
  276. Van Kleeck, Miss Mary - 10
  277. Vineyard Gazette - 122
  278. Vosburgh, Mrs. James C. Jr., Pres. - 45
  279. Vilas, Martin S. - 116
  280. Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Charles - 63
  281. Wakely, Mrs. Martha B. - 62
  282. Walker, Mrs. J. H. (Bertha M.) - 91
  283. Wallace, Hon. Henry A. - 15
  284. Watson, Mrs. Alice V. - 95
  285. Wells, Miss Marguerite - 12
  286. Wheeler, Florence - 84
  287. White, Mrs. Eva Whiting - 39
  288. Whitehouse, Mrs. Norman deR. (Vira) 29
  289. Wilson, Miss Alda H. - 27
  290. Wilson, Mrs. Halsey W. (Justina L.) - 13
  291. Woodman, Hannah - 94
Title
Park, Maud Wood, 1871-1955. Papers of Maud Wood Park in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1870-1960: A Finding Aid
Author
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
EAD ID
sch01035

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