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The Weight of Their VotesSouthern Women and Political Leverage in the 1920s$

Lorraine Gates Schuyler

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780807830666

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.5149/9780807876695_schuyler

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Manuscript Collections and Interviews

  • Athens, Georgia

    • University of Georgia, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Special Collections

      • Marion Colley Boyd Papers

      • Walter B. Hill Papers

      • Mildred Lewis Rutherford Papers

      • Emily B. Woodward Collection

  • Atlanta, Georgia

    • Atlanta Historical Society

      • Wednesday Morning Study Club Papers

    • Emory University, Woodruff Library Special Collections

      • Raoul Family Papers

      • Mildred Seydell Papers

      • Josephine Mathewson Wilkins Papers

    • Georgia Department of Archives and History

      • Atlanta League of Women Voters Papers

      • Georgia League of Women Voters Papers

      • Rhoda Kaufman Papers

  • Auburn, Alabama

    • Auburn University, Special Collections and Archives Department

      • Alabama League of Women Voters Collection

  • Birmingham, Alabama

    • Birmingham Public Library, Special Collections Department

      • Council of Women's Clubs Papers

      • Birmingham League of Women Voters Papers

      • Lillian Bowron Scrapbook

      • Pattie Ruf nerf Jacobs Papers

    • University of Alabama in Birmingham, Mervyn H. Sterne Library, Oral History Research Project

      • Interview with Margaret Burnett by Vickie Morton

  • Cambridge, Massachusetts

    • Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College

      • Charlotte Hawkins Brown Papers (microfilm)

      • Somerville-Howorth Papers (microfilm)

      • Sue Shelton White Papers (microfilm)

  • (p.304) Chapel Hill, North Carolina

    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Wilson Library, Southern

      • Historical Collection

      • Benneham Cameron Papers

      • Sallie Southall Cotten Papers

      • Elsie Riddick Papers

      • Southern Oral History Project Interviews

      • Gladys Avery Tillett Papers

  • Charleston, South Carolina

    • South Carolina Historical Society

      • Charleston County (S.C.) Democratic Executive Committee Papers

      • Anita Pollitzer Papers

  • Charlottesville, Virginia

    • University of Virginia, Alderman Library, Special Collections

      • Everett R. Combs Papers

      • Mary Johnston Papers

      • Oral History of Adéle Clark

      • Oral History of Elizabeth Pidgeon

      • Oral History of Elizabeth Otey

      • Political Papers of G. Walter Mapp

      • Campbell Bascom Slemp Papers

      • Roberta Wellford Papers

  • Cleveland, Mississippi

    • Bolivar County Public Library

      • Oral History with Lucy Somerville Howorth

      • Recollections of Nellie Nugent Somerville

      • Vertical Files

    • Delta State University, Archives Department

      • Interview with Lucy Somerville Howorth by Mary Meredith

      • Walter Sillers Sr. Collection

      • Walter Sillers Jr. Collection

      • Hill Cassibry Smith Family Papers

  • Columbia, South Carolina

    • University of South Carolina, South Caroliniana Library, Manuscripts Department

      • Mary Ellis Papers

        • Reference Files

      • Eulalie Chafee Salley Papers

      • South Carolina League of Women Voters Papers

      • South Carolina League of Women Voters Scrapbooks. Vols. 1 and 2

      • John Eldred Swearingen Papers

  • Durham, North Carolina

    • Duke University, William Perkins Library

      • Mary Octavine T ompsonh Cowper Papers

      • Mary Hinton Fearing Papers

      • (p.305) Lucy Randolph Mason Papers

      • Pamphlet Collection

  • Fayetteville, Arkansas

    • University of Arkansas Libraries, Special Collections Division

      • Arkansas State Republican Party Papers

      • Florence B. Cotnam Papers

      • Ft. Smith Fortnightly Club Papers

      • League of Women Voters of Washington County Collection

  • Hattiesburg, Mississippi

    • University of Southern Mississippi, Mississippi Oral History Program

      • Mary Elizabeth Brown Oral History

      • Mary Sheldon House Oral History

      • Lucy Somerville Howorth Oral History

  • Jackson, Mississippi

    • Mississippi Department of Archives and History

      • Broadside File

      • Henrietta Mitchell Henry Papers

      • Lucy Somerville Howorth Papers

      • Belle Kearney Papers

      • Richard Aubrey McLemore Papers

      • Nellie Nugent Somerville Papers

      • Subject Files

      • Lily Wilkinson Thompson Papers

      • Ellen Woodward Papers

  • Lexington, Kentucky

    • University of Kentucky, M. I. King Library, Special Collections

      • Mary Elliott Flanery Papers

      • Fouse Family Papers

      • League of Women Voters of Kentucky Papers

      • Samuel Wilson Collection

        • Democratic Party Papers

        • Democratic Women's Club Papers

  • Macon, Georgia

    • Washington County Regional Library, Middle Georgia Archives

      • Harrold Family Papers

      • Viola Ross Napier Papers

  • Montgomery, Alabama

    • Alabama Department of Archives and History

      • Alabama Association Records

      • Alabama Child Welfare Department Papers

      • Alabama Equal Suffrage Association Papers

      • Alabama Woman's Anti-Ratification League Papers

      • Marie Bankhead Owen Papers

      • State Campaign Committee for the Abolishment of the Convict Lease System Papers

      • (p.306) State Democratic Executive Committee Papers

      • Oliver Day Street Papers

  • Nashville, Tennessee

    • Tennessee State Library and Archives

      • Abby Crawford Milton Papers (microfilm)

      • Josephine Anderson Pearson Papers (microfilm)

  • New Orleans, Louisiana

    • Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Manuscripts Department

      • Ida Weis Friend Papers

      • Hilda Phelps Hammond Papers

      • Ethel Hutson Papers

      • New Orleans League of Women Voters Papers

      • Martha Gilmore Robinson Papers

  • New York, New York

    • Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library

      • Paul Lewinson Collection

  • Oxford, Mississippi

    • University of Mississippi, Archives and Special Collections

      • Southern Women Legislators Collection

  • Petersburg, Virginia

    • Virginia State University, Johnston Memorial Library, Special Collections

      • E. S. DeCosta Papers

  • Raleigh, North Carolina

    • North Carolina Division of Archives and History

      • Nell Battle Lewis Papers

      • North Carolina League of Women Voters Papers

      • Gertrude Weil Papers

  • Richmond, Virginia

    • Maggie Lena Walker National Historic Site

      • Maggie Lena Walker Papers

    • Valentine Richmond History Center, Archives Division

      • Cook Collection of Photographs

    • Virginia Commonwealth University, James Branch Cabell Library, Special Collections and Archives Department

      • Adéle Clark Papers

    • Virginia Historical Society

      • Adéle Clark Papers

      • Houston Family Papers

      • David Mays Diary

      • Munford Family Papers

      • Lila Meade Valentine Papers

      • Wickham Family Papers

      • Jennings C. Wise Papers

    • Virginia State Library and Archives

      • (p.307) Equal Suf ragef League Collection

      • Andrew Jackson Montague Papers

  • Rock Hill, South Carolina

    • Winthrop University, Archives and Special Collections

      • Mary Ellis Biographical File

      • Harriet P. Lynch Papers

  • Savannah, Georgia

    • Georgia Historical Society

      • Walter Charlton Hartridge Jr. Collection

      • Heyward-Howkins Collection

      • Helen Dortch Longstreet Papers

      • Mrs. George S. Williams Clippings Files

  • Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

    • Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College

      • Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon Papers

      • Pidgeon Family Papers

  • Tuskegee, Alabama

    • Tuskegee Institute, Division of Behavioral Science Research, Carver Research Foundation

      • Tuskegee Institute News Clippings File (microfilm)

  • Washington, D.C.

    • Library of Congress, Manuscript Division

      • Nannie Helen Burroughs Papers

      • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Branch Files

      • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Papers (microfilm)

      • National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (microfilm)

      • National League of Women Voters Papers (microfilm)

      • National League of Women Voters Papers (Series II and Series III)

      • National Woman's Party Papers (Group II)

  • West Branch, Iowa

    • Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

      • George Akerson Papers

      • Campaign and Transition Files

      • Lou Henry Hoover Papers

      • Nathan William MacChesney Papers

      • Presidential Papers—Subject Files

      • Lewis L. Strauss Papers

      • Jack Summerbell File—Hoover Bulletin of Georgia

  • Williamsburg, Virginia

    • College of William and Mary, Swem Library

      • Anne T. Chapman Papers

      • G. Walter Mapp Papers

      • William M. Tuck Papers

(p.308) Newspapers

Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Ark.)

Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Ga.)

Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, Ga.)

The Bulletin (South Carolina League of Women Voters, Edgefield, S.C.)

Cleveland Advocate (Cleveland, Ohio)

The Crisis

FACTS (Atlanta League of Women Voters, Atlanta, Ga.)

The Georgia Voter (Georgia League of Woman Voters, Atlanta, Ga.)

Kentucky League Bulletin (Lexington, Ky.)

Monthly News (North Carolina League of Women Voters, Durham, N.C.)

The National Notes (official organ of the National Association of Colored Women)

The News Bulletin (Richmond League of Women Voters, Richmond, Va.)

New York Times

The Pilgrim (Georgia League of Woman Voters, Decatur, Ga.)

Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, Va.)

The Searchlight (Atlanta, Ga.)

The Southwest American (Ft. Smith, Ark.)

The Woman Citizen (National League of Women Voters)

The Woman Voter (Mississippi League of Women Voters, Clarksdale, Miss.)

Government Documents and Official Statistics

Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Richmond: Division of Purchase & Printing, 1916–34.

Annual Report of the Treasurer of the State of Alabama. Montgomery: The Brown Printing Company, State Printers and Binders, 1920–35.

Annual Report of the Treasurer of the State of Georgia. Atlanta: Byrd Printing Co., 1920–35.

Biennial Report of the State Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Frank-fort: Treasury Department, 1917–34.

Biennial Report of the State Treasurer to the Governor of the State of Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Ramires-Jones Printing Co., 1922–34.

Biennial Report of the Treasurer of North Carolina. Raleigh: Mitchell Printing Company, State Printers, 1921–35.

Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1970. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1976.

Index to Acts of the Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1912–1959. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1972.

Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1910–34.

Journal of the Senate of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Richmond: Common-wealth of Virginia, 1910–34.

The Promotion of the Welfare and Hygiene of Maternity and Infancy. Washington, D.C.: Children's Bureau, 1921–29.

(p.309) Report of the Secretary of State to His Excellency the Governor of Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Ramires-Jones Printing Co., 1921–34.

Report of the State Treasurer of South Carolina. Columbia: Gonzales & Bryan, State Printers, 1919–34.

Report of the Treasurer of the State of Texas. Austin: Texas Treasury Department, 1920–34.

Report of the Treasurer of Virginia. Richmond: Office of the Treasurer, 1919–34.

State of Tennessee Biennial Report of the Treasurer of State. Nashville: Office of the Treasurer, 1919–34.

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