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  • Biographies and Other Works About Carrie Chapman Catt
    • Clevenger, Ima Fuchs. "Invention and Arrangement in the Public Address of Carrie Chapman Catt." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Oklahoma, 1955.
    • Fowler, Robert Booth. Carrie Catt: Feminist Politician. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1986.
    • Katz, David Howard. "Carrie Chapman Catt and the Struggle for Peace." Ph.D. dissertation, Syracuse University, [1973] 1975.
    • Kent, Nita Sue. "Carrie Chapman Catt and Peace: Opportunism or Idealism?" Master's thesis, Baylor University, 1981.
    • Knapp, Adeline. An Open Letter to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. New York: New York State Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women, 1899.
    • Levin, Nate. Carrie Chapman Catt: A Life of Leadership. Self-published, 2005.
    • McCartney, David. "FBI Kept a Close Eye on Chapman Catt." _Charles City [Iowa] Press_. July 10, 1999. Go to "About," then "FBI Files" link on this web site for full text of article.
    • Miller, Helen Hill. Carrie Chapman Catt: The Power of an Idea. Washington: Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund, 1958.
    • Noun, Louise R. Strong-Minded Women: The Emergence of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Iowa. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1969.
    • _____. "Carrie Lane Chapman Catt and Her Mason City Experience," _Palimpsest_, Fall 1993: 130-144. Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1993.
    • _____. "Carrie Chapman Catt a Bigot?" _The Des Moines Register_, July 11, 1993.
    • Peck, Mary Gray. Carrie Chapman Catt. New York: Wilson, 1944.
    • Schwed, Hermine. The Strange Case of Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. [?]: Triple A Book, 1927.
    • Van Voris, Jacqueline. Carrie Chapman Catt: A Public Life. New York: Feminist Press at The City University of New York, 1987.
    • Walker, Lola Carolyn. "The Speeches and Speaking of Carrie Chapman Catt."Ph.D. dissertation, Northwestern University, 1950.
  • Books, Speeches, and Other Works by Carrie Chapman Catt
      Note: In addition to the following titles, Carrie Chapman Catt authored or co-authored numerous pamphlets, tracts, articles and speeches concerning woman suffrage, international peace, and other issues. Please consult an online database at your local library, such as OCLC's WorldCat, for a more comprehensive listing of her works. Collections containing unpublished manuscripts by Catt, such as correspondence, are at Primary Sources for Research on Carrie Chapman Catt.
      Books and Monographs:
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman; Daniel P. Livermore; et.al. The Ballot and the Bullet. Philadelphia: A.J. Ferris, 1897. Linked site hosted by the Library of Congress.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Conference on the Cause and Cure of War, 1937, Madison, Wisconsin. Conference held at the University of Wisconsin, June 16, 1937. Madison: University of Wisconsin Department of Debating and Public Discussion, 1937.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Feminism and Suffrage. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Publishing Co., 1914.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. The Home Defense. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Publishing, 1918.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. How to Work for Suffrage in an Election District. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Publishing, 1917.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Then and Now. New York: Leslie Woman Suffrage Continuing Committee, 1939.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman; et.al. Victory: How Women Won It - A Centennial Symposium, 1840-1940. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1940.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. War Aims. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1918.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman; Rose Emmet Young; Eleanor Roosevelt; National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War. Why Wars Must Cease. New York: Macmillan Company, 1935.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman; Nettie Rogers Shuler. Woman Suffrage and Politics: The Inner Story of the Suffrage Movement. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. Named by the New York Public Library in 1997 as one of the 20th century's 100 most influential books. Linked site hosted by the Library of Congress.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Woman Suffrage by Federal Constitutional Amendment. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Publishing Co., 1917. Includes Catt's controversial statements in Chapter VI concerning race and the impact of woman suffrage on the general electorate. Linked site hosted by the Library of Congress.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Women in the Industries and Professions. New York: G.P. Putnam, 1901.
    • Speeches:
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. An Address to the Congress of the United States by Carrie Chapman Catt, President of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Publishing, 1917. Text of Catt's speech, noted as one of the "Top 100 American Political Speeches of the 20th Century" by AmericanRhetoric.com, Michael E. Eidenmuller, ed.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. An Address to the Legislatures of the United States. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Publishing, 1919. Copy at: State Historical Society of Iowa Library in Des Moines
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. An Address to the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Text of Catt's acceptance speech in 1900 as incoming president of the NAWSA, upon succeeding Susan B. Anthony, who was stepping down.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman; et.al. Addresses: Church, Cause, Country. New York: Modern Eloquence Corp., 1923.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. The Crisis. Text of Catt's 1916 speech, noted as one of the "Top 100 American Political Speeches of the 20th Century" by AmericanRhetoric.com, Michael E. Eidenmuller, ed.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Do You Know? New York: National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1915 [or 1914]. Text of a speech presented frequently by Catt, but also written by her for local suffrage organizers to present at rallies and public events.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. President's Annual Address before 36th Annual Convention of NAWSA, February 11 to 17, 1904. Washington: Hayworth Publishing, 1904.
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Presidential Address at the Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, Amsterdam, June 15, 1908. Copy at: State Historical Society of Iowa Library at Des Moines
    • Catt, Carrie Chapman. Presidential Address at the Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, London, April 26, 1909. Westminster: National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1909. Copy at: State Historical Society of Iowa Library at Des Moines
  • Books and Other Works on Suffrage and Women's History in the U.S.
    • Andersen, Kristi. After Suffrage: Women in Partisan and Electoral Politics Before the New Deal. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. (Includes a discussion of the transition of American women from non-voters to voters.)
    • Andolsen, Barbara. Daughters of Jefferson, Daughters of Bootblacks. Macon: Mercer University Press, 1986.
    • Anthony, Susan B.; Elizabeth Cady Stanton; et.al. History of Woman Suffrage. Rochester: Susan B. Anthony, 1889, 1922.
    • Bacon, Margaret Hope. Valiant Friend: The Life of Lucretia Mott. New York: Walker, 1980.
    • Beeton, Beverly. Women Vote in the West: The Woman Suffrage Movement, 1869-1896. New York: Garland, 1986.
    • Berg, Barbara J. The Remembered Gate: Origins of American Feminism, The Woman and the City, 1800-1860. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.
    • Berman, David R. "Male Support for Woman Suffrage: An Analysis of Voting Patterns in the Mountain West," _Social Science History_ 11/3 (1987): 281-294.
    • Blatch, Harriot Stanton. Challenging Years: The Memoirs of Harriot Stanton Blatch.
    • Braude, Anne. Radical Spirits. Boston: Beacon Press, 1989.
      Discusses the relationship between woman suffrage and the Spiritualist faith.
    • Buhle, Mari Jo and Paul Buhle, ed. The Concise History of Woman Suffrage. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1978.
    • Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs. Man Cannot Speak for Her: Key Texts of the Early Feminists, Vol. I and II. New York, London: Greenwood, 1989; New York: Praeger, 1989. (Volume I consists of primary documents and speeches by noted suffragists. Volume II includes a history and critical analyses of the speeches.)
    • Chafe, William H. The American Woman: Her Changing Social, Economic and Political Roles, 1920-1970. London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1974.
    • Cohen, Philip. "Nationalism and Suffrage: Gender Struggle in Nation-Building America." _Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society_ 21 (1996): 707-727.
    • Cott, Nancy F. The Grounding of Modern Feminism. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987.
    • Cramer, Janet M. "Woman as Citizen: Race, Class, and the Discourse of Women's Citizenship, 1894-1909," in Journalism and Mass Communication Monographs, March 1998.
    • Daley, Caroline and Melanie Nolan, eds. Suffrage and Beyond: International Feminist Perspectives. New York: New York University Press, 1994.
    • DuBois, Ellen Carol, and Vicki L. Ruiz. Unequal Sisters: A Multicultural Reader in U.S. Women's History. New York: Routledge, 2000.
    • DuBois, Ellen Carol. Feminism and Suffrage: The Emergence of an Independent Woman's Movement in America. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993.
    • _____. Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1997.
    • _____. "Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Transformation of Class Relations Among Woman Suffragists," in Gender, Race, Class and Reform in the Progressive Era, Noralee Frankel and Nancy S. Dye, eds. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1991.
    • _____. Votes for Women: A 75th Anniversary Album. 1995.
      Features images, photographs, posters from the suffrage campaign era.
    • _____. Woman Suffrage and Women's Rights. New York: New York University Press, 1998.
    • Epstein, Barbara Leslie. The Politics of Domesticity: Women, Evangelism, and Temperance in Nineteenth-Century America. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1981.
    • Evans, Sara M. Born for Liberty: A History of Women in America. New York: Free Press, 1989.
    • Faderman, Lillian. To Believe in Women: What Lesbians Have Done for America - A History. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1999.
    • Finnegan, Margaret. Selling Suffrage. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. (Includes images of suffage 'products,' such as advertisements and other promotions.)
    • Flexner, Eleanor. Century of Struggle: The Woman's Rights Movement in the United States. 1959; New York: Atheneum, 1973.
    • Franzen, Monika and Nancy Ethiel. Make Way! 200 Years of American Women in Cartoons. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1988.
    • Freeman, Jo. A Room at a Time: How Women Entered Party Politics. Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.
    • Friedman, Jean E., and Shade, William G., ed. Our American Sisters: Women in American Life and Thought. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1976.
    • Fuller, Steven J. "Behind the Yellow Banner," _The Palimpsest_ 65/3 (May-June 1984): 106-116. Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1984.
    • Giddings, Paula. "The Quest for Woman Suffrage (Before World War I)" in When and Where I Enter. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1984.
    • Gordon, Ann D., ed. African American Women and the Vote, 1837-1965. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1997.
    • Graham, Sally Hunter. "Woodrow Wilson, Alice Paul, and the Woman Suffrage Movement," _Political Science Quarterly_ 98/4 (1983-84): 665-679.
    • Griffith, Elisabeth. In Her Own Right: The Life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985.
    • Haskell, Oreola Williams. Banner Bearers: Tales of the Suffrage Campaigns. Geneva, New York: W.F. Humphrey, 1920. (Features images and posters of the suffrage movement. Also available widely in microfilm.)
    • Hewitt, Nancy A., and Suzanne Lebsock, eds. Visible Women: New Essays on American Activism. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993.
    • John, Angela and Claire Eustace, eds. The Men's Share? Routledge, 1997.
    • Karthaus-Hunt, Beatriz. Posters of the American Women's Suffrage Movement.
    • Kerber, Linda K. No Constitutional Right to be Ladies. New York: Hill and Wang, 1998.
    • Kerr, Andrea Moore. Lucy Stone: Speaking Out for Equality. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1992.
    • Kimmel, Michael S. and Thomas E. Mosmiller, eds. Against the Tide: Pro-Feminist Men in the United States, 1776-1990: A Documentary History. Boston: Beacon Press, 1992.
    • Kraditor, Aileen S. The Ideas of the Woman Suffrage Movement, 1890-1920. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1971.
    • Landsman, Gail. "Images of Indians in the Women's Suffrage Movement." _Ethnohistory_ 39:3 (Summer 1992) 247-284.
    • Laurence, Frances. Maverick Women: 19th Century Women Who Kicked Over the Traces. Carpinteria, California: Manifest Publications.
    • Lebsock, Suzanne. "Woman Suffrage and White Supremacy: A Virginia Case Study," in Visible Women: New Essays on American Activism, Nancy Hewitt and Suzanne Lebsock, eds. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993.
    • Library of Congress. The Blackwell Family, Carrie Chapman Catt, and the National American Woman Suffrage Association: A Register of Their Papers at the Library of Congress. Washington, D.C.: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, 1985.
    • Lunardini, Christine A. and Thomas J. Knock. "Woodrow Wilson and Woman Suffrage: A New Look," _Political Science Quarterly_ 95/4 (1980-81): 655-671.
    • Marilley, Suzanne M. Woman Suffrage and the Origins of Liberal Feminism in the United States, 1820-1920. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1996.
    • Martin, Wendy. The American Sisterhood: Writings of the Feminist Movement From Colonial Times to the Present. New York: Harpers, 1972.
    • Martinac, Paula. Queerest Places: A Guide to Gay and Lesbian Historic Sites. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1997.
    • Maule, Frances. Woman Suffrage. New York: National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1915.
      Includes an article by Carrie Chapman Catt.
    • McBride, Genevieve G. On Wisconsin Women: Working for Their Rights from Settlement to Suffrage. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993.
    • McDonagh, Eileen L. and H. Douglass Price. "Woman Suffrage in the Progressive Era: Patterns of Opposition and Support in Referenda Voting, 1910-1918," _American Political Science Review_ 79 (1985): 415-435.
    • McNeil, Claudia. Great American Women's Speeches. New York: Harper Collins, 1995.
    • McQuiston, Liz. Suffragettes to She-Devils: Women's Liberation and Beyond. Phaidon, 1997. (Features many images, cartoons, and drawings from the suffrage campaign era.)
    • Miller, Page Putnam, ed. Reclaiming the Past: Landmarks of Women's History. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1992.
    • Morgan, David. Suffragists and Democrats: The Politics of Woman Suffrage in America. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1972.
    • Morin, Isobel V. Women Who Reformed Politics. Minneapolis: Oliver Press, 1994.
    • Muncy, Robyn. Creating a Female Dominion in American Reform, 1890-1935. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
    • Neverdon-Morton, Cynthia. African-American Women of the South and the Advancement of Race, 1895-1925. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1991.
    • Noun, Louise R. Strong-Minded Women: The Emergence of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Iowa. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1969.
    • _____. "Carrie Lane Chapman Catt and Her Mason City Experience," _Palimpsest_, Fall 1993: 130-144. Iowa City: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1993.
    • Pugh, Martin D. "Politicians and the Woman's Vote, 1914-1918," _History_ 59 (1974): 358-374.
    • _____. Electoral Reform in War and Peace, 1906-1918. London, 1978.
    • Reynolds, Moira Davison. Women Champions of Human Rights: Eleven U.S. Leaders in the 20th Century. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1991.
    • Rolka, Gail Meyer. 100 Women Who Shaped World History. San Francisco: Bluewood Books, 1994.
    • Ruiz, Vicki L. and Ellen Carol DuBois, eds. Unequal sisters: A Multicultural Reader in U.S. Women's History. 2nd ed. New York: Routledge, 1994.
    • Ryan, Mary P. Women in Public: Between Banners and Ballots, 1825-1880. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990.
    • Schneir, Miriam, ed. Feminism: The Essential Historical Writings. New York: Random House, 1972.
    • Schott, Linda. "Middle-of-the-Road Activists: Carrie Chapman Catt and the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War." _Peace and Change_ 21:1 (January 1996): 1-21.
    • Scott, Anne Firor, and Scott, Andrew. One Half the People: The Fight for Woman Suffrage. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1975.
    • Sheppard, Alice. Cartooning for Suffrage. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994.
    • Sherr, Lynn. Failure is Impossible: Susan B. Anthony in Her Own Words. New York: Times Books, 1996.
    • Smith, Rogers M. Civic Ideals: Conflicting Visions of Citizenship in U.S. History. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1997.
    • Sterling, Dorothy, ed. We Are Your Sisters: Black Women in the Nineteenth Century. New York: W.W. Norton, 1984.
    • Stevens, Doris; Carol O'Hare, ed. Jailed for Freedom: American Women Win the Vote. Troutdale, Oregon: New Sage Press, 1995.
    • Strauss, Sylvia. Traitors to the Masculine Cause: The Men's Campaigns for Women's Rights. Greenwood Press, 1982.
    • Terborg-Penn, Rosalyn. African American Women in the Struggle for the Vote, 1850-1920. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998.
    • _____. "Discontented Black Feminists: Prelude and Postscript to the Passage of the Nineteenth Amendment," in Decades of Discontent: The Women's Movement, 1920-1940. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1983.
    • Tickner, Lisa. The Spectacle of Women: Imagery of the Suffrage Campaign, 1907-1914. London: Chatto and Windus, 1987.
    • Walker, S.J. "Frederick Douglass and Woman Suffrage." _The Black Scholar_ 14:15, 18-25.
    • Wheeler, Marjorie Spruill, ed. One Woman, One Vote: Rediscovering the Woman Suffrage Movement. Troutdale, Oregon: New Sage Press, 1995. (Discussion guide produced to accompany the Public Broadcasting Service documentary of the same name. Contains a helpful timeline and bibliography.)
    • _____. New Women of the South. 1993.
    • _____. Votes for Women!: The Woman Suffrage Movement in Tennessee, the South and the Nation. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1995.
    • Winslow, Barbara. Sylvia Pankhurst: Sexual Politics and Political Activism. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.
    • Woloch, Nancy. Woman and the American Experience. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996.
    • Yellin, Carol Lynn and Janann Sherman. The Perfect 36: Tennessee Delivers Woman Suffrage. Memphis, Tennessee: Iris Press, 1998.
  • Primary Sources for Research on Carrie Chapman Catt
    • Smith College at Northampton, Massachusetts
      Sophia Smith Collection, including the Carrie Chapman Catt Papers
      Suffrage Collection
      Women's Rights Collection
    • Swarthmore College Peace Collection at Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
      National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War Records
      New York Peace Society Records
      Hannah Clothier Hull Papers
      Edwin D. Mead and Lucia Ames Mead Papers
      Woman's Peace Party Records
      People's Mandate Committee Records
      Children's Peace Petition Committee Records
      Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund Collection
    • Tennessee State Library and Archives at Nashville, Tennessee
      Carrie Chapman Catt Papers
      Duncan Brown Cooper Papers
    • University of Toledo at Toledo, Ohio
      Olive A. Colton Papers
    • Wayne State University Archives at Detroit, Michigan
      Samuel M. Levin Papers
    • Western Reserve Historical Society at Cleveland, Ohio
      Florence Ellinwood Allen Papers
      League of Women Voters of Cleveland Records
    • Wisconsin Historical Society at Madison, Wisconsin
      Clara Bewick Colby Papers
      Dreutzer Family Papers
      Jessie Jack Hooper Papers
      Ada James Papers
      Wisconsin Woman Suffrage Association
      Scrapbook of clippings on Carrie Chapman Catt (microfilm)
      Visual Sound Archives
  • Film and Video Documentaries:
    • One Woman, One Vote. Washington, D.C.: Educational Film Center / PBS Video, 1995.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. First broadcast in February 1995 on PBS series "The American Experience."
    • Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Washington, D.C.: Florentine Films / PBS Video, 1999.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 88 min. Presents the early history of women's suffrage through the dramatic, often turbulent friendship between two leaders of the movement. Distributed by PBS Video .
    • The Women's Suffrage Movement and the Nineteenth Amendment, 1919-1920. New York: The New York Times Company, 1995.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 17 min. Contains historical film footage, still photos, background information, and commentary from New York Times correspondent Catherine Manegold. Includes educator's guide.
    • Votes for Women. Sherman Oaks, Calif.: Wild West Women / Ishtar Films, 1996.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 20 min. Celebrates the 72 year struggle for women's right to vote, with archival photographs, stock footage, and live action set to narration, music from the suffrage movement, and Kay Weaver's performance of One Fine Day. Distributed by Ishtar Films.
    • How We Got the Vote. Los Angeles, Calif.: Republic Pictures Home Video, 1975. Post-Newsweek Stations.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 52 min. Original films, photography, cartoons, and personal interviews tell the story of early 20th century American women fighting for suffrage. Winner of the Freedom Foundation Principal Award and two Emmy Awards.
    • Votes for Women?! The 1913 U.S. Senate Testimony. Madison, Wisc.: Her Own Words.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 17 min. Combines pictures with words based on the discussion of the equal suffrage for men and women resolution at the U.S. Senate hearings of April, 1913.
    • Carrie Chapman Catt: Honoring the Dream. Charles City, Iowa: National 19th Amendment Society, 1994.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 22 min. Recounts Carrie Chapman Catt's life and role in the national suffrage campaign, and documents efforts to restore her Iowa childhood home. Uses historical photos. Narrated by Jane Cox, professor of drama, Iowa State University.
    • The American Parade. Episode One: We the Women. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Phoenix / BFA Educational Media, 1986. CBS News.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 30 min. Examines the role of women and the women's movement throughout American history. Narrated by Mary Tyler Moore.
    • Focus on 1910-1919. MPI Home Video, 1990.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 60 min. About U.S. events of the period, including World War I, the woman suffrage movement, and the presidency of Woodrow Wilson.
    • She's Nobody's Baby: American Women in the 20th Century. Northbrook, IL: MTI Teleprograms, 1981.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 36 min. Also 55 min. version. Narrated by Alan Alda and Marlo Thomas.
    • Laura Clay, Voice of Change. New York: Cinema Guild, 1994.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 56 min. Documentary chronicles the life of Laura Clay and the history of the fight for women's rights in the United States.
    • Grandma Was a Suffragette. Morton Grove, Ill.: League of Women Voters Chapter, 1984.
      Video tape; VHS cassette. Short skits and narration tell the story of the fight for woman suffrage in the U.S.
  • Vintage Films and Film Excerpts:
    • Women Win Voting Rights. Anargyros Film Library, 1966.
      Film; super-8 mm cartridge. Four min., silent, b/w. Footage of Carrie Chapman Catt speaking to members of the press; n.d., [1920?].
    • Women's Suffrage Movement. Boulder, Colo.: Thorne Films, 1971.
      Film; super-8 mm cartridge. Three min., silent, b/w.
    • Lowell Thomas Remembers 1929.
      Video tape; U-matic; 28 min.; 3/4 in. tape. Produced by South Carolina ETV Network; Davenport, Iowa: Blackhawk Films, 1975. Host Lowell Thomas uses newsreels to highlight some of the events of 1929. Coverage includes the stock market crash, flight of Graf Zeppelin around the world, and speech by Carrie Chapman Catt on women's changing role.
    • [Franchise parade, Tarrytown, New York] [Thomas A. Edison, Inc.?, 1915?]
      Film; 16 mm.; one reel; silent, b/w. May be outtakes from footage taken for insertion into the Edison fiction film The Sufferin Baby (see next entry). Cataloger unable to confirm existence of a release for this film. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • The Sufferin Baby. Thomas A. Edison, Inc.: 1915.
      Film; 16 mm.; one reel; silent, b/w. The husband of a suffragist minds their baby while she goes to speak for the cause at the fair, but he forgets his household duties when his neighbor tempts him to go to the fair also. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • [Woman suffrage footage at the National Archives]
      Video tape; U-matic. Various titles, including 'Sylvia Pankhurst - Trafalgar Square Riot' (Item 200 CBS 117), and a very brief scene of women voting for first time (Item 200 CBS 120). At: National Archives, College Park, Maryland.
    • Movietone newsreels, October 25, 1930. New York: Fox Movietone News; Davenport, Iowa: Blackhawk Films, 1930.
      Film; 16 mm.; one reel; sound, b/w. 9 min. George Bernard Shaw displays his wit, and pioneer feminist Carrie Chapman Catt receives an award.
    • Chaplin Keystones. Volume 2. Chicago, Ill.: Grapevine Video, [1980?].
      Video tape; VHS cassette. 90 min. A collection of short silent comedies by Charlie Chaplin, including "The Militant Suffragette."
    • A Suffragette in Spite of Himself. [Edison] Reseda, Calif.: Glenn Photo Supply [distributor], 1912.
      Film; 16 mm.; one reel; si.; b/w. 6 min.
    • What 80 Million Women Want. Unique Film Co., 1912; Re-released by Film Classic Exchange, 1974.
      Film; 16 mm.; one reel; si.; b/w. 55 min. Uses a drama featuring Emmeline Pankhurst to present the cause of woman suffrage. With titles.
    • Paramount newsreel, January 14, 1933: Suffrage Leader 74! Paramount News, 1933.
      Film; 35 mm.; one reel; sound; b/w. 2 min. Remarks by Carrie Chapman Catt on the occasion of her 74th birthday. Copyright: Sherman Grinberg Library; New York, Los Angeles. Copy at: State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
    • Landmarks in Iowa History Series, No. NS-5768. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University,
      195[?].
      Film; 16 mm.; one reel; sound; b/w. 30 min. Educational in-school television program about Charles City, including story of Carrie Chapman Catt. Hosted by Herb Hake; produced by WOI-TV. Copy at: Iowa State University Archives.
  • Recorded Sound:
    • Great American Women's Speeches. New York: Harper Audio, 1995.
      Recorded sound; audio cassette; 1 7/8 ips. Includes reading of Carrie Chapman Catt speech, "Working Women Need the Ballot," by Eileen Heckart.
    • Nineteenth Amendment. Part of "Voices of Yesterday" series; No. 90, 92. G. Robert Vincent, producer. East Lansing: Michigan State University, 1970, 1979.
      Recorded sound; audio cassette; 1 7/8 ips. Features brief remarks made by Carrie Chapman Catt in 1920 upon ratification of the 19th Amendment.
    • Carrie Chapman Catt: Feminist Extraordinary. The Story of Ms. Catt's Fight for Women's Rights. No. 7342. North Hollywood, California: Center for Cassette Studies, 1972.
      Recorded sound; audio cassette; 1 7/8 ips. Actress's dramatization of speech.
    • Side by Side: Re-enactments of Scenes from Women's History, 1848 to 1920. Woburn, Mass.: Galaxia, 1978.
      Recorded sound; two discs; 12 in.; analog; 33 1/3 RPM.
    • The Women Who Won. Boston: WEEI Radio, 1960.
      Recorded sound; six analog tape reels; 7.5 ips; 7 in.; 1/4 in. tape. Presents a 30-minute radio documentary about the history of woman suffrage in the United States. Accompanied by five tape reels of the interviews used to create the documentary. Interviews are with women, all Massachusetts residents, who participated in the struggle to win the right to vote. Originally broadcast on WEEI, Boston, Mass., Aug. 25, 1960. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • ...but the women rose... New York: Folkways Records, 1971.
      Recorded sound; two discs; 12 in.; analog; 33 1/3 RPM. Compiled and edited by Susan Kempler and Doreen Rappaport. "Voices of women in American history" narrated by Phyllis Dolgin and others.
    • [Lowell Thomas Remembers 1929.]
      Recorded sound; one analog tape reel; 7.5 ips; 7 in.; 1/4 in. tape. Highlights of 1929, including remarks by Carrie Chapman Catt. Broadcast on NET, January 29, 1976.
    • Your Share in a Lasting Peace. New York: NBC, 1944.
      Radio broadcast. 15 min. Recorded sound; one analog tape reel; 7.5 ips; 10 in.; 1/4 in. tape. A program celebrating the 85th birthday of Carrie Chapman Catt. Sharing the microphone with Mrs. Catt are Helen Hayes and Eleanor Roosevelt. Recorded from an NBC radio broadcast Jan. 10, 1944. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • Address by Carrie Chapman Catt. New York: NBC, 1935.
      Radio broadcast. 15 min. Recorded sound; one analog tape reel; 7.5 ips; 1/4 in. tape. Broadcast of Nov. 11, 1935. Mrs. Catt of the League of Women Voters speaks on the subject, "What will neutrality do for us?" At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • Conference on the Cause and Cure of War. New York: NBC, 1936.
      Radio broadcast. 30 min. Recorded sound; one analog tape reel; 7.5 ips; 1/4 in. tape. Broadcast of Jan. 23, 1936. This 11th annual conference features speakers Carrie Chapman Catt and Lady Nancy Astor. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • National Peace Conference. New York: NBC, 1936.
      Radio broadcast. 30 min. Recorded sound; one analog tape reel; 7.5 ips; 1/4 in. tape. Broadcast of March 21, 1936. Carrie Chapman Catt and others speak about women's stake in world peace. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • American Jewish Congress Program. New York: NBC, 1938.
      Radio broadcast. 15 min. Recorded sound; one analog tape reel; 7.5 ips; 1/4 in. tape. Broadcast of March 30, 1938. Carrie Chapman Catt speaks on the necessity of a united front for the preservation of democracy. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • Women in the Making of America. New York: NBC, 1939.
      Radio broadcast. 30 min. Recorded sound; one analog tape reel; 7.5 ips; 1/4 in. tape. Broadcast of June 23, 1939. The story of Carrie Chapman Catt. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • Memorial Program for Carrie Chapman Catt. New York: NBC, 1947.
      Radio broadcast, in German. Broadcast of March 10, 1947. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    • Hark! The Years! Hollywood, Calif.: Capitol, [1965].
      Recorded sound; one disc; 12 in.; analog; 33 1/3 RPM. Frederic March, narrator, with incidental music composed by Nathaniel Shilkret. Presents the recorded voices of over 50 famous personalities of the 19th and 20th centuries, including Carrie Chapman Catt. At: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.