How Did Florence Kitchelt Bring Together Social Feminists and Equal
Rights Feminists to Reconfigure the Campaign for the ERA in the
1940s and 50s?

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Alice Paul Institute Website

A non-profit organization committed to educating the public on the life and contributions of Alice Paul to American society.

National Women's Hall of Fame

An organization committed to documenting, preserving, and providing education resources on the history of women in the United. States. The inductees include Alice Paul, Carrie Chapman Catt, Alice Hamilton, Jane Addams and many other prominent women.

Library of Congress Digital Collections

Includes digital images and other research guides related to women's history.

Online Archives of California

Research tool that provides access to primary sources held at museums, historical societies, academic institutions, and other culture heritage organizations in California.

Regional Oral History Office

ROHO is a research program at the UC Berkeley, working within the Bancroft Library. There are several oral histories documenting the early suffrage movement, including the interviews of Alice Paul, Mabel Vernon, Jeannette Rankin, and Sara Bard Field.

Harvard University Library Visual Information Access

This research tool includes the photographic collection of Florence Ledyard Cross Kitchelt, as well as other images documenting the suffrage and equal rights campaign movements.

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