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WOMEN: Great Affairs

On the great steel pier at Atlantic City the General Federation of Women's Clubs last week held its 18th biennial convention. The Federation heard William...

National Affairs: Surrendering the Gavel

Twenty years ago Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt organized the International Woman Suffrage Alliance. On May 12 that organization opens its biennial convention in...

WOMEN: After Mrs. Catt

The Woman Suffrage Alliance will met at Rome in May to choose a successor to its president, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. The question is: Who will be elected?...

National Affairs: Conference

A week's listening, a week's thinking, a week's speaking and the Conference on the Cause and Cure of War, held by nine women's organizations in Washington...

WOMEN: Ashby After Catt

At the Rome Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, the presidency passed from America to England. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, veteran president...

THE PHILIPPINES: Votes for Women

When famed Feminist Carrie Chapman Catt saw that the fight for woman suffrage in the U. S. was about to be won. she journeyed to the Philippine Islands in...

Chapter's End

Women Chapter's End Hard by the man-made National capitol which it had stormed and captured, the Executive Council of the National American Woman Suffrage...

Foreign News: Woman of the Year

Normally a courageous feminist, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt is accustomed to name annually "The Ten Women of the Year." This week she not only did not name Mrs...

RACES: Second-Class Citizen

In the State penitentiary at Richmond, Va., young Odell Waller awaited death this week by electrocution. A Negro sharecropper, guilty of murdering a white man,...

Radio: Handyman

When Ben Grauer was a cub announcer at NBC, back in 1930, he competed with ten other announcers for a program sponsored by Gobel's bologna. The other ten...

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