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Letters and correspondence from Carrie Chapman Catt, primarily to Laura Gregg. Carrie Clinton Lane Chapman Catt was a suffragist and peace activist who helped secure the right to vote for American women. She directed the National American Woman Suffrage Association and founded the League of Women Voters. Laura Gregg, born in Garnett, Kansas, was a lecturer and organizer in the suffrage movement and was a representative of the National American Woman Suffrage Association for four years.

Creator: Catt, Carrie Chapman
Date: 1903

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Carrie Chapman Catt correspondence - 1 April 11, 1903

Item Number: 472617
Call Number: Laura Gregg Cannon Collection
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 472617

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