The full text, fully searchable Woman's Suffrage Collection from Radcliffe College's Schlesinger Library's contains documents from the library's extensive holdings on women's rights. Personal correspondence, writings, speeches, and biographical material document the evolution of the the women's suffrage movement beginning in the mid 19th century.
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series 1. Woman's suffrage. pt. A. National leaders part B. New York part C. The South part D. New England part E. The Midwest and Far West series 2. Women in national politics. part A. Democrats part B. Repulicans. Jeannette Rankin, Jessica Weis series 3. Sexuality, Sex Education, and Reproductive Rights, part A. Family Planning Oral History Project part B: The Papers of Mary Ware Dennett and the Voluntary Parenthood League Women's Studies, Records of the Bureau of Vocational Information, 1908-1932.
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Description based on online resource; title from browse collections list (ProQuest, viewed October 1, 2014).