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Papers of the League of Women Voters, 1918-1974

Location: Microfilm JK 3 P2


Women won the right to vote in the United States in 1920. The League of Women Voters has been an organization which has promoted voter education and citizenship throughout its existence. It is rigorously non-partisan. It has an issue-oriented agenda which emphasizes international cooperation abroad and humanitarian social reform on the domestic front. Part I: Meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committees: Minutes and Related Documents. Part II: Transcripts and Records of National Conventions 1919-1974, and of General Councils 1927-1972. Part III: National Office Subject Files, 1920-1932

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Parts I and II have reel guides.  Part III has a reel guide and a subject index.


Papers of the League of Women Voters, 1918-1974. (Microfilm JK 3 P2 pt. 1-3 Guide)

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League of Women Voters (U.S.) -- Archives.

Time Period: 20th Century  

Subject keywords: Women's Studies