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ProQuest History Vault: Struggle for Women's Rights

This collection of primary sources provides access to:
The National Woman’s Party Papers which documents the militant aspect of the suffrage campaign in the United States from 1913–1920, as well as the Party’s activities from 1921–1971.
The League of Women Voters collection includes the central organizational records from 1920 - 1974 as well as the National Office Subject Files for the period from 1920–1932.
The records of the annual and biennial conventions illuminate almost every facet of women’s involvement in U.S. politics between 1920 and 1974.
The papers of the Women’s Action Alliance (WAA) - founded in 1971 to coordinate resources for organizations and individuals involved in the women’s movement on the grass-roots level. Founders included Gloria Steinem, Brenda Feigen, and Catherine Samuels.

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