A Guide to the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records, 1908-1938 Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records, 1908-1938 22002

A Guide to the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records, 1908-1938

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the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 22002


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The Library of Virginia
Accession Number
22002
Title
Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records, 1908-1938
Extent
13.5 cu. ft. (31 boxes)
Creator
Equal Suffrage League of Virginia
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

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Use Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records, 1908-1938. Accession 22002. Organization records collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Ida Mae Thompson, Richmond, Virginia.

Historical Information

The Equal Suffrage League of Virginia was organized in 1909 in Richmond, Virginia. Its primary purpose was to publicize and propagandize women's issues in the state, with the goal to win the political vote. Virginia was one of the six states which did not ratify the amendment. The final board meeting of the Equal Suffrage League was on November 8, 1920, and it became the League of Women Voters on November 10, 1920.

Scope and Content

Papers, 1908-1938, of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia, including correspondence, organization records for both the Equal Suffrage League and the League of Women Voters, printed materials, "Votes for Women" buttons, and postcards.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into the following series:

I: Correspondence, 1909-1933 II: Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records III: National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) IV: League of Women Voters of Virginia V: National League of Women Voters VI: General and Miscellaneous files VII: Ephemera

Related Material

See also League of Women Voters of Virginia records, 1920-2011 (LVA accession 39487).

Contents List

Series I: Correspondence, 1909-1933.
Boxes 1-4
Extent: 4 boxes.

Correspondence, 1909-1933, contains letters, postcards, telegrams, and other papers consisting of correspondence between officers of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia, its local chapters, and the National American Woman Suffrage Association, as well as other organizations and individuals. Also includes some correspondence relating to the League of Women Voters at the state, local, and national levels. Includes professional and personal correspondence of Ida Mae Thompson, Jessie Townsend, Alice M. Tyler, and others.

  • Box 1Folder 1
    Correspondence, 1909
  • Box 1Folder 2
    Correspondence, 1910-1911
  • Box 1Folder 3
    Correspondence, January-February 1912
  • Box 1Folder 4
    Correspondence, March 1912
  • Box 1Folder 5
    Correspondence, April 1912
  • Box 1Folder 6
    Correspondence, May 1912
  • Box 1Folder 7
    Correspondence, June-August 1912
  • Box 1Folder 8
    Correspondence, September 1912
  • Box 1Folder 9
    Correspondence, October 1912
  • Box 1Folder 10
    Correspondence, November, no month 1912
  • Box 1Folder 11
    Correspondence, January-August 1913
  • Box 1Folder 12
    Correspondence, September-October 1913
  • Box 1Folder 13
    Correspondence, November-December, no month 1913
  • Box 1Folder 14
    Correspondence, January-March 1914
  • Box 1Folder 15
    Correspondence, April-July 1914
  • Box 1Folder 16
    Correspondence, August-October 1914
  • Box 1Folder 17
    Correspondence, November-December, no month 1914
  • Box 1Folder 18
    Correspondence, January 1915
  • Box 1Folder 19
    Correspondence, February 1915
  • Box 1Folder 20
    Correspondence, March-April 1915
  • Box 1Folder 21
    Correspondence, May 1915
  • Box 1Folder 22
    Correspondence, June 1915
  • Box 1Folder 23
    Correspondence, July-August 1915
  • Box 2Folder 1
    Correspondence, September-October 1915
  • Box 2Folder 2
    Correspondence, November-December, no month 1915
  • Box 2Folder 3
    Correspondence, January 1916
  • Box 2Folder 4
    Correspondence, February 1916
  • Box 2Folder 5
    Correspondence, March 1916
  • Box 2Folder 6
    Correspondence, April 1916
  • Box 2Folder 7
    Correspondence, May 1916
  • Box 2Folder 8
    Correspondence, June 1916
  • Box 2Folder 9
    Correspondence, July 1916
  • Box 2Folder 10
    Correspondence, August 1916
  • Box 2Folder 11
    Correspondence, September 1916
  • Box 2Folder 12
    Correspondence, October 1916
  • Box 2Folder 13
    Correspondence, November-December, no month 1916
  • Box 2Folder 14
    Correspondence, January-February 1917
  • Box 2Folder 15
    Correspondence, March-June 1917
  • Box 2Folder 16
    Correspondence, July 1917
  • Box 2Folder 17
    Correspondence, August-December 1917
  • Box 2Folder 18
    Correspondence, January-May 1918
  • Box 2Folder 19
    Correspondence, June-October 1918
  • Box 2Folder 20
    Correspondence, November 1918
  • Box 2Folder 21
    Correspondence, December 1918
  • Box 2Folder 22
    Correspondence, January-February 1919
  • Box 2Folder 23
    Correspondence, March-April 1919
  • Box 2Folder 24
    Correspondence, May-June 1919
  • Box 2Folder 25
    Correspondence, July 1919
  • Box 3Folder 1
    Correspondence, August 1919
  • Box 3Folder 2
    Correspondence, September 1919
  • Box 3Folder 3
    Correspondence, October 1919
  • Box 3Folder 4
    Correspondence, November 1919
  • Box 3Folder 5
    Correspondence, December 1919
  • Box 3Folder 6
    Correspondence, no month 1919
  • Box 3Folder 7
    Correspondence, January 1920
  • Box 3Folder 8
    Correspondence, February 1920
  • Box 3Folder 9
    Correspondence, April-June 1920
  • Box 3Folder 10
    Correspondence, July-September 1920
  • Box 3Folder 11
    Correspondence, October-December 1920
  • Box 3Folder 12
    Correspondence, no month 1920
  • Box 4Folder 1
    Correspondence, January-February 1921
  • Box 4Folder 2
    Correspondence, March-May 1921
  • Box 4Folder 3
    Correspondence, June-September 1921
  • Box 4Folder 4
    Correspondence, October-December 1921
  • Box 4Folder 5
    Correspondence, 1922
  • Box 4Folder 6
    Correspondence, 1923
  • Box 4Folder 7
    Correspondence, 1924
  • Box 4Folder 8
    Correspondence, 1925
  • Box 4Folder 9
    Correspondence, 1926
  • Box 4Folder 10
    Correspondence, 1927
  • Box 4Folder 11
    Correspondence, 1928
  • Box 4Folder 12
    Correspondence, 1929
  • Box 4Folder 13
    Correspondence, 1931
  • Box 4Folder 14
    Correspondence, 1932
  • Box 4Folder 15
    Correspondence, 1933
  • Box 4Folder 16
    Correspondence, undated (folder 1 of 4)
  • Box 4Folder 17
    Correspondence, undated (folder 2 of 4)
  • Box 4Folder 18
    Correspondence, undated (folder 3 of 4)
  • Box 4Folder 19
    Correspondence, undated (folder 4 of 4)
  • Box 4Folder 20
    Ida Mae Thompson papers
  • Box 4Folder 21
    Jessie Townsend papers (folder 1 of 2) (see also Box 13, Folders 16-18; Box 20, Folders 11, 25)
  • Box 4Folder 22
    Jessie Townsend papers (folder 2 of 2) (see also Box 13, Folders 16-18; Box 20, Folders 11, 25)
  • Box 4Folder 23
    Jessie Townsend correspondence (non-suffrage) (see also Box 13, Folders 16-18, Box 20, Folders 11, 25)
  • Box 4Folder 24
    Alice M. Tyler correspondence (non-suffrage)
  • Box 4Folder 25
    Correspondence (non-suffrage)--Miss Neely; Ella G. Agnew; Adele Clark and Nora Houston
Series II: Equal Suffrage League of Virginia.
Boxes 5-15
Extent: 11 boxes.

Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records contain state league constitution; yearbooks; meeting minutes; state convention programs; reports; resolutions; financial records; issues of the Virginia Suffrage News; news bulletins; booklets, pamphlets, broadsides, and flyers; calling cards, pledge cards; and membership lists. Series also contains information on the Virginia General Assembly, as well as records from local chapters throughout Virginia.

  • Boxes 5-11
    State League records.
    7 boxes
    • Box 5Folder 1
      Constitution, drafts, etc.
    • Box 5Folder 2
      Yearbooks, 1910, 1916
    • Box 5Folder 3
      Meeting minutes, 1909-1910
    • Box 5Folder 4
      Meeting minutes, 1911
    • Box 5Folder 5
      Meeting minutes, 1912
    • Box 5Folder 6
      Meeting minutes, 1913
    • Box 5Folder 7
      Executive council/state board meeting minutes, 1914-1919
    • Box 5Folder 8
      State convention minutes; executive board minutes, 1914; 7 November 1914 and 14 October 1915
    • Box 5Folder 9
      Meeting agendas, undated
    • Box 5Folder 10
      Memoranda books, 1916-1917 (Edith C. Cowles)
    • Box 5Folder 11
      Memoranda books, 1916-1919 (Edith C. Cowles)
    • Box 5Folder 12
      Annual meeting, 1910
    • Box 5Folder 13
      Third state convention, 1913
    • Box 5Folder 14
      Fourth state convention, 1914
    • Box 5Folder 15
      Fifth state convention, 1915
    • Box 5Folder 16
      State convention register, 1915
    • Box 5Folder 17
      Sixth state convention, 1916 (program, delegate roster)
    • Box 5Folder 18
      Sixth state convention, 1916 (minutes, report)
    • Box 5Folder 19
      Seventh state convention, 1917
    • Box 5Folder 20
      Registration for seventh state convention; also organization of State League of Women Voters, 1917; 1920
    • Box 6Folder 1
      Eighth state convention, 1919
    • Box 6Folder 2
      Reports on state convention, 1911-1912
    • Box 6Folder 3
      State convention delegates, 1914-1919, undated
    • Box 6Folder 4
      Presidential survey, state yearbook, 1916
    • Box 6Folder 5
      Executive secretary reports (includes Richmond city league), 1915-1920
    • Box 6Folder 6
      Headquarters reports (includes Richmond city league), 1912-1916
    • Box 6Folder 7
      Headquarters reports (includes Richmond city league), 1917-1920
    • Box 6Folder 8
      Treasurer's reports, 1912-1919
    • Box 6Folder 9
      Officers and committees, 1916-1917, undated
    • Box 6Folder 10
      Credentials committee, undated
    • Box 6Folder 11
      Election committee reports, 1916-1917, 1919
    • Box 6Folder 12
      Committee on nominations, ca. 1914-1916
    • Box 6Folder 13
      Political study and research, 1916, 1919
    • Box 6Folder 14
      Report of the committee on resolutions, 1917
    • Box 6Folder 15
      State congressional committee, 1916-1917
    • Box 6Folder 16
      Committees reports, 1912, undated
    • Box 6Folder 17
      Miscellaneous reports and related papers
    • Box 6Folder 18
      Legislative committee, 1914
    • Box 6Folder 19
      Legislative committee--General Assembly, 1914
    • Box 6Folder 20
      Legislative committee--General Assembly, 1916
    • Box 6Folder 21
      Legislative committee, 1917
    • Box 6Folder 22
      Legislative committee--General Assembly, 1918
    • Box 6Folder 23
      Legislative committee, [1919]
    • Box 6Folder 24
      Legislative committee--General Assembly, 1919
    • Box 6Folder 25
      Legislative committee, 1920
    • Box 6Folder 26
      Legislative committee, [1920]
    • Box 6Folder 27
      Legislative committee--General Assembly, 1920
    • Box 6Folder 28
      Legislative committee--General Assembly, 1920
    • Box 6Folder 29
      Legislative committee--Federal amendment file, 1920
    • Box 7Folder 1
      Legislative committee--Presidential suffrage file, 1920
    • Box 7Folder 2
      Legislative committee--U.S. Senate vote list
    • Box 7Folder 3
      Legislative committee--General Assembly, undated
    • Box 7Folder 4
      Annual reports to National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA), 1912-1919, [1920?]
    • Box 7Folder 5
      Report on NAWSA, 1919
    • Box 7Folder 6
      Reports to NAWSA, 1910-1918
    • Box 7Folder 7
      State pledges to NAWSA, 1919
    • Box 7Folder 8
      Resolutions, 1912-1914
    • Box 7Folder 9
      Resolutions, 1915
    • Box 7Folder 10
      Resolutions, 1917, 1920
    • Box 7Folder 11
      National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company, 1917-1919
    • Box 7Folder 12
      Agreements, contracts, 1912, 1917, undated
    • Box 7Folder 13
      Receipts, etc., 1912-1921, 1926
    • Box 7Folder 14
      Taxes, 1912
    • Box 7Folder 15
      Expense account: Eudora W. Ramsay
    • Box 7Folder 16
      Expense account: Adele Clark, 1920
    • Box 7Folder 17
      Virginia Suffrage News, 1914
    • Box 7Folder 18
      News Bulletins, 1914-1915
    • Box 7Folder 19
      News Bulletins, 1916
    • Box 7Folder 20
      News Bulletins, 1917
    • Box 7Folder 21
      News Bulletins, 1918
    • Box 7Folder 22
      News Bulletins, 1919
    • Box 7Folder 23
      News Bulletins, 1920
    • Box 7Folder 24
      News Bulletins, undated
    • Box 7Folder 25
      Booklets: "Facts vs. Fallacies," "State Laws Concerning Women," "The Subjection of Women According to St. Paul"
    • Box 7Folder 26
      Pamphlets: Lucy R. Mason ("The Divine Discontent," "The Religious and Social Aspect of the Suffrage Movement") and Mary Johnston ("The Reason Why," "The Status of Women")
    • Box 7Folder 27
      Pamphlets: Equal Suffrage League of Virginia
    • Box 7Folder 28
      Pamphlets: Virginia law and Government
    • Box 7Folder 29
      Pamphlets: General,
    • Box 7Folder 30
      Broadsides
    • Box 7Folder 31
      Broadsides and flyers (folder 1 of 2)
    • Box 7Folder 32
      Broadsides and flyers (folder 2 of 2)
    • Box 8Folder 1
      Publications and broadsides drafts
    • Box 8Folder 2
      Flyers drafts
    • Box 8Folder 3
      Press releases, 1911-1920
    • Box 8Folder 4
      Press releases, undated
    • Box 8Folder 5
      News articles on the league and on suffrage, 1913-1916
    • Box 8Folder 6
      Letters to the Editor, 1913, 1918, 1920
    • Box 8Folder 7
      Ballots for officers, 1916, undated
    • Box 8Folder 8
      Biographical sketches
    • Box 8Folder 9
      Deeds of lease, 13 June 1913, 1 September 1917
    • Box 8Folder 10
      Questionnaire/interview responses on suffrage question, General Assembly, 1919
    • Box 8Folder 11
      Speeches
    • Box 8Folder 12
      Drafts of essays, speeches, reports, and correspondence
    • Box 8Folder 13
      "How the Vote Was Won"--play program, 17 February 1914
    • Box 8Folder 14
      World War papers, 1917-1918, 1921
    • Box 8Folder 15
      History--drafts
    • Box 8Folder 16
      History--correspondence, 1919-1922
    • Box 8Folder 17
      Draft of proposed legislation/amendment
    • Box 8Folder 18
      Calling cards and announcements
    • Box 8Folder 19
      Miscellaneous notes
    • Box 8Folder 20
      Petitions, blank
    • Box 8Folder 21
      Stationery, blank
    • Box 8Folder 22
      Envelopes, blank
    • Box 9
      Scrapbook, 1914-1916
    • Box 9Folder 1
      Scrapbook, 1916-1919
    • Box 9Folder 2
      Scrapbook, 1917-1919
    • Box 9Folder 3
      Scrapbook, 1919
    • Box 9Folder 4
      Scrapbook--leadership and history
    • Box 9Folder 5
      Scrapbook--loose items,
    • Box 9Folder 6
      Scrapbook--cover only,
    • Box 9Folder 7
      Pledges, 1915-1917, 1919
    • Box 9Folder 8
      Pledges, 1915, 1919, undated
    • Box 9Folder 9
      Pledges, undated
    • Box 9Folder 10
      Pledge cards, 1915
    • Box 9Folder 11
      Pledges
    • Box 9Folder 12
      Membership lists: Counties A-E, 1919
    • Box 9Folder 13
      Membership lists: Counties F-H, 1919
    • Box 9Folder 14
      Membership lists: Counties I-M, 1919
    • Box 9Folder 15
      Membership lists: Counties N-W, 1919
    • Box 9Folder 16
      Membership lists: various locations, 1912, 1916, undated
    • Box 9Folder 17
      Members: men, 1911
    • Box 10Folder 1
      Membership cards, 1915, undated
    • Box 10Folder 2
      Presidents of local leagues
    • Box 10Folder 3
      Petitions: Albemarle County
    • Box 10Folder 4
      Petitions: Alexandria (folder 1 of 2)
    • Box 10Folder 5
      Petitions: Alexandria (folder 2 of 2)
    • Box 10Folder 6
      Petitions: Alleghany County
    • Box 10Folder 7
      Petitions: Augusta County
    • Box 10Folder 8
      Petitions: Chesterfield County
    • Box 10Folder 9
      Petitions: Clarke County
    • Box 10Folder 10
      Petitions: Essex County
    • Box 10Folder 11
      Petitions: Fluvanna County
    • Box 10Folder 12
      Petitions: Grayson County
    • Box 10Folder 13
      Petitions: Greensville County
    • Box 10Folder 14
      Petitions: Hampton
    • Box 10Folder 15
      Petitions: King George County
    • Box 10Folder 16
      Petitions: King William County
    • Box 10Folder 17
      Petitions: Lancaster County
    • Box 10Folder 18
      Petitions: Mecklenburg County
    • Box 10Folder 19
      Petitions: Nansemond County
    • Box 10Folder 20
      Petitions: Nottoway County
    • Box 10Folder 21
      Petitions: Powhatan County
    • Box 10Folder 22
      Petitions: Prince William County
    • Box 10Folder 23
      Petitions: Princess Anne County
    • Box 10Folder 24
      Petitions: Richmond Anne County
    • Box 10Folder 25
      Petitions: Rockbridge County
    • Box 10Folder 26
      Petitions: Southampton County
    • Box 10Folder 27
      Petitions: Sussex County
    • Box 10Folder 28
      Petitions: Westmoreland County
    • Box 10Folder 29
      Petitions: miscellaneous
    • Box 11
      Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920
  • Boxes 12-15
    Local Chapters.
    4 boxes
    • Box 12Folder 1
      Accomac County
    • Box 12Folder 2
      Albemarle County
    • Box 12Folder 3
      Albemarle County--University
    • Box 12Folder 4
      Alleghany County (includes some Clifton Forge)
    • Box 12Folder 5
      Amelia County
    • Box 12Folder 6
      Amherst County
    • Box 12Folder 7
      Appomattox County
    • Box 12Folder 8
      Arlington County
    • Box 12Folder 9
      Bath County
    • Box 12Folder 10
      Bedford County
    • Box 12Folder 11
      Botetourt County
    • Box 12Folder 12
      Brunswick County (see also Greensville County)
    • Box 12Folder 13
      Buckingham County
    • Box 12Folder 14
      Campbell County
    • Box 12Folder 15
      Caroline County
    • Box 12Folder 16
      Carroll County
    • Box 12Folder 17
      Charles City County
    • Box 12Folder 18
      Charlotte County
    • Box 12Folder 19
      Chesterfield County
    • Box 12Folder 20
      Clarke County
    • Box 12Folder 21
      Clifton Forge (see also Alleghany County)
    • Box 12Folder 22
      Culpeper County
    • Box 12Folder 23
      Cumberland County
    • Box 12Folder 24
      Danville
    • Box 12Folder 25
      Essex County
    • Box 12Folder 26
      Fairfax County
    • Box 12Folder 27
      Fauquier County
    • Box 12Folder 28
      Fauquier County--Warrenton
    • Box 12Folder 29
      Floyd County
    • Box 12Folder 30
      Fluvanna County
    • Box 12Folder 31
      Franklin County
    • Box 12Folder 32
      Gloucester County
    • Box 12Folder 33
      Fredericksburg
    • Box 12Folder 34
      Giles County
    • Box 12Folder 35
      Goochland County
    • Box 12Folder 36
      Grayson County
    • Box 12Folder 37
      Greensville County (includes some Brunswick County)
    • Box 12Folder 38
      Halifax County
    • Box 12Folder 39
      Hampton (see also Newport News)
    • Box 12Folder 40
      Hanover County
    • Box 12Folder 41
      Henrico County
    • Box 12Folder 42
      Henrico County--Westhampton College
    • Box 12Folder 43
      Henry County
    • Box 12Folder 44
      Henry County--Martinsville
    • Box 12Folder 45
      Highland County
    • Box 12Folder 46
      Isle of Wight County
    • Box 12Folder 47
      James City County (see also Williamsburg)
    • Box 12Folder 48
      King George County (also King and Queen County)
    • Box 12Folder 49
      King William County
    • Box 12Folder 50
      Lancaster County
    • Box 12Folder 51
      Lancaster County--Irvington
    • Box 12Folder 52
      Loudoun County
    • Box 12Folder 53
      Louisa County
    • Box 12Folder 54
      Lunenburg County
    • Box 12Folder 55
      Lynchburg
    • Box 12Folder 56
      Lynchburg--Randolph-Macon Woman's College
    • Box 12Folder 57
      Mecklenburg County
    • Box 12Folder 58
      Mecklenburg County--Boydton
    • Box 12Folder 59
      Mecklenburg County--Clarksville
    • Box 12Folder 60
      Mecklenburg County--South Hill
    • Box 12Folder 61
      Middlesex County--Saluda
    • Box 12Folder 62
      Middlesex County--Urbanna
    • Box 12Folder 63
      Montgomery County
    • Box 12Folder 64
      Montgomery County--Shawsville
    • Box 12Folder 65
      Nelson County
    • Box 12Folder 66
      New Kent County
    • Box 12Folder 67
      Newport News (see also Hampton)
    • Box 12Folder 68
      Newport News treasurer's book, 1913-1917
    • Box 13Folder 1
      Norfolk--correspondence about formation, 1936
    • Box 13Folder 2
      Norfolk--minutes, November 1912, November 1914-January 1915
    • Box 13Folder 3
      Norfolk--records, executive board, January-March 1913, October 1915-November 1916
    • Box 13Folder 4
      Norfolk--minutes, 1914-1915, no year
    • Box 13Folder 5
      Norfolk--orders of the day (agendas), 1913-1915, 1917
    • Box 13Folder 6
      Norfolk--yearly reports, 1913-1916
    • Box 13Folder 7
      Norfolk--secretary's book, February 1912-January 1913
    • Box 13Folder 8
      Norfolk--recording secretary's book, January 1913-January 1914
    • Box 13Folder 9
      Norfolk--treasurer's book, 1915-1919
    • Box 13Folder 10
      Norfolk--Account book, 1915
    • Box 13Folder 11
      Norfolk--library (literary committee), February 1914
    • Box 13Folder 12
      Norfolk--meetings, programs
    • Box 13Folder 13
      Norfolk--membership list, undated
    • Box 13Folder 14
      Norfolk--precinct lists, undated
    • Box 13Folder 15
      Norfolk--"Your Girl and Mine"
    • Box 13Folder 16
      Norfolk--Jessie Townsend correspondence, undated (see also Box 4, Folders 21-23; Box 20, Folders 11, 25)
    • Box 13Folder 17
      Norfolk--Jessie Townsend personal papers, notes drafts (folder 1 of 2) (see also Box 4, Folders 21-23; Box 20, Folders 11, 25)
    • Box 13Folder 18
      Norfolk--Jessie Townsend personal papers, notes drafts (folder 2 of 2) (see also Box 4, Folders 21-23; Box 20, Folders 11, 25)
    • Box 13Folder 19
      Norfolk--miscellaneous papers
    • Box 13Folder 20
      Norfolk County
    • Box 14Folder 1
      Northampton County
    • Box 14Folder 2
      Northumberland County--Heathsville
    • Box 14Folder 3
      Nottoway County--Burkeville
    • Box 14Folder 4
      Orange County
    • Box 14Folder 5
      Patrick County--names1920
    • Box 14Folder 6
      Patrick County--Stuart
    • Box 14Folder 7
      Petersburg
    • Box 14Folder 8
      Petersburg--lists, 1916, undated
    • Box 14Folder 9
      Pittsylvania County, 1917
    • Box 14Folder 10
      Portsmouth, 1914-1916, 1937
    • Box 14Folder 11
      Prince Edward County--Farmville, 1914-1917, undated
    • Box 14Folder 12
      Prince George County
    • Box 14Folder 13
      Prince William County--Manassas
    • Box 14Folder 14
      Princess Anne County
    • Box 14Folder 15
      Pulaski County
    • Box 14Folder 16
      Rappahannock County
    • Box 14Folder 17
      Richmond--history, list of officers, 1910-1917
    • Box 14Folder 18
      Richmond--officers, 1912, 1917, 1919, undated
    • Box 14Folder 19
      Richmond--executive board meeting minutes, 1912-1913
    • Box 14Folder 20
      Richmond--executive council minutes, 1918-1919
    • Box 14Folder 21
      Richmond--annual reports to Richmond league, 1911-1918
    • Box 14Folder 22
      Richmond--annual reports for conventions, 1914, 1916-1917
    • Box 14Folder 23
      Richmond--headquarters secretary reports, 1914
    • Box 14Folder 24
      Richmond--executive secretary reports, 1917-1920
    • Box 14Folder 25
      Richmond--Resolutions
    • Box 14Folder 26
      Richmond--petition, with membership list compiled from signatures
    • Box 14Folder 27
      Richmond--membership list, 1913
    • Box 14Folder 28
      Richmond--membership lists, undated
    • Box 14Folder 29
      Richmond--membership lists by ward, undated
    • Box 14Folder 30
      Richmond--pledge cards, 1915-1919, undated
    • Box 14Folder 31
      Richmond--canvass, undated
    • Box 15Folder 1
      Richmond--philanthropic work by members, undated
    • Box 15Folder 2
      Richmond--programs, 1912-1914
    • Box 15Folder 3
      Richmond--essay contest, 1912
    • Box 15Folder 4
      Richmond--Lila Meade Valentine address, 7 January 1919
    • Box 15Folder 5
      Richmond--Madison Ward precinct maps
    • Box 15Folder 6
      Richmond--Equal Suffrage Auxiliary Red Cross, 1917
    • Box 15Folder 7
      Richmond--list of board of aldermen, undated
    • Box 15Folder 8
      Richmond--miscellaneous papers
    • Box 15Folder 9
      Richmond--stationery,
    • Box 15Folder 10
      Richmond County
    • Box 15Folder 11
      Roanoke--Roanoke Equal Suffrage League, 1912-1917, 1937
    • Box 15Folder 12
      Roanoke--Roanoke Equal Franchise League, 1915-1916
    • Box 15Folder 13
      Roanoke County, 1916-1917, 1937
    • Box 15Folder 14
      Roanoke County--Salem
    • Box 15Folder 15
      Rockbridge County--Goshen
    • Box 15Folder 16
      Rockbridge County--Lexington
    • Box 15Folder 17
      Rockingham County--Harrisonburg
    • Box 15Folder 18
      Shenandoah County--Strasburg
    • Box 15Folder 19
      Shenandoah County--Woodstock
    • Box 15Folder 20
      Smyth County--Marion
    • Box 15Folder 21
      Southampton County
    • Box 15Folder 22
      Staunton, 1914-1916. 1937
    • Box 15Folder 23
      Suffolk
    • Box 15Folder 24
      Surry County
    • Box 15Folder 25
      Surry County--Claremont
    • Box 15Folder 26
      Sussex County--Waverly
    • Box 15Folder 27
      Tazewell County
    • Box 15Folder 28
      Tazewell County--Graham
    • Box 15Folder 29
      Warren County--Front Royal
    • Box 15Folder 30
      Washington County
    • Box 15Folder 31
      Williamsburg, 1914-1920, 1936 (see also James City County)
    • Box 15Folder 32
      Winchester (including Frederick County), 1918-1920, 1937
    • Box 15Folder 33
      Wise County--Big Stone Gap
    • Box 15Folder 34
      Wise County--Norton
    • Box 15Folder 35
      Wythe County--Wytheville,
    • Box 15Folder 36
      York County
    • Box 15Folder 37
      2nd Congressional District, 1917-1919
    • Box 15Folder 38
      9th Congressional District
Series III: National American Woman Suffrage Association records, 1910-1920.
Boxes 16-19
Extent: 4 boxes.

National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) contains NAWSA convention programs and proceedings, 1910-1921; constitutions; yearbook; reports; proclamations; recommendations; press releases; history; notes; bulletin; essays; study guides; travel kits; suffrage schools; publications, pamphlets, leaflets, and broadsides; subscription offer; fundraiser; Jeannette Rankin; Susan B. Anthony; and invitations. Also includes materials from NAWSA state and local chapters, other than Virginia.

  • Box 16Folder 1
    Convention program, 1910
  • Box 16Folder 2
    Convention program, 1912
  • Box 16Folder 3
    Convention program, 1913
  • Box 16Folder 4
    Convention program and ballot, 1914
  • Box 16Folder 5
    Convention program and call, 1915
  • Box 16Folder 6
    Convention program, 1916
  • Box 16Folder 7
    Convention program, 1917
  • Box 16Folder 8
    Convention call, schedule, and ballot, 1917
  • Box 16Folder 9
    Convention program, 1920 (also Congress of the League of Women Voters)
  • Box 16Folder 10
    Victory convention, February 1920
  • Box 16Folder 11
    Convention program, undated
  • Box 16Folder 12
    Convention proceedings, 1912
  • Box 16Folder 13
    Convention proceedings, 1913
  • Box 16Folder 14
    Convention proceedings, 1914
  • Box 16Folder 15
    Convention proceedings, 1915
  • Box 16Folder 16
    Convention proceedings, 1916
  • Box 16Folder 17
    Convention proceedings, 1917
  • Box 17Folder 1
    Convention proceedings and handbook, 1921
  • Box 17Folder 2
    Constitutions, 1913, 1919, undated
  • Box 17Folder 3
    Yearbook, 1917
  • Box 17Folder 4
    Treasurer's report, 1920
  • Box 17Folder 5
    Report of committee on petition to Congress, ca. 1909
  • Box 17Folder 6
    Woman's Thanksgiving Proclamation, 1920
  • Box 17Folder 7
    Recommendations, ca. 1920
  • Box 17Folder 8
    Candidates for NAWSA organizion offices
  • Box 17Folder 9
    Press releases, 1914-1919
  • Box 17Folder 10
    Press releases, February-September 1920
  • Box 17Folder 11
    Press releases, [1920]
  • Box 17Folder 12
    Press releases, undated
  • Box 17Folder 13
    Materials on The History of Woman Suffrage
  • Box 17Folder 14
    Suffrage Agriculture--Home and Garden notes I--Suggestions for Work to Increase the Food Supply
  • Box 17Folder 15
    Bulletin, number 22, 14 August 1918
  • Box 17Folder 16
    Essays
  • Box 17Folder 17
    Study guide, 1919
  • Box 17Folder 18
    Woman's Journal and Suffrage News Traveling Kampaign Kit--suffrage literature
  • Box 17Folder 19
    Woman's Journal and Suffrage News Traveling Kampaign Kit--collected answers to antis
  • Box 17Folder 20
    National Suffrage Schools--Virginia, 1917
  • Box 17Folder 21
    National Suffrage Schools--Maine
  • Box 17Folder 22
    "A School of Political Education for Women," 19-26 February 1920
  • Box 17Folder 23
    "League of Women Voters Bulletin of the Committee on Food Supply and Demand," February 1920
  • Box 17Folder 24
    "The Declaration of Independence," 1914
  • Box 17Folder 25
    "The [Stanley] Bowdle Speech," 12 January 1915
  • Box 17Folder 26
    "A Petition for Woman Suffrage by Federal Constitutional Amendment One Thousand Signers," 1917
  • Box 17Folder 27
    Catalogs--publications, plays, etc.
  • Box 17Folder 28
    Sample book of pamphlets and leaflets
  • Box 18Folder 1
    Pamphlets--"What Women Might Do With the Ballot" series
  • Box 18Folder 2
    Pamphlets--"Eminent Opinions on Suffrage" (three distinct editions)
  • Box 18Folder 3
    Pamphlets--Alice Stone Blackwell
  • Box 18Folder 4
    Pamphlets--Carrie Chapman Catt
  • Box 18Folder 5
    Pamphlets--Ida Husted Harper
  • Box 18Folder 6
    Pamphlets--"Woman Suffrage in England"--Annie G. Porritt
  • Box 18Folder 7
    Pamphlets--Authors B-F
  • Box 18Folder 8
    Pamphlets--Authors H-M
  • Box 18Folder 9
    Pamphlets--Authors N-Y
  • Box 18Folder 10
    Pamphlets--no author listed
  • Box 18Folder 11
    Leaflets--"Directions to Officers of the Local Clubs," "Constitution for the Local Associations," and "Political District Organization"
  • Box 18Folder 12
    Leaflets--"What to Read on Suffrage," March, May 1912
  • Box 18Folder 13
    Leaflets--Alice Stone Blackwell
  • Box 18Folder 14
    Leaflets--Authors A-H
  • Box 18Folder 15
    Leaflets--Authors K-Z
  • Box 18Folder 16
    Leaflets--no author
  • Box 18Folder 17
    Leaflets, mounted--Authors A-Blackwell
  • Box 18Folder 18
    Leaflets, mounted--Authors Blake-D
  • Box 18Folder 19
    Leaflets, mounted--Authors F-N
  • Box 19Folder 1
    Leaflets, mounted--Authors O-U
  • Box 19Folder 2
    Leaflets, mounted--no authors
  • Box 19Folder 3
    Broadsides (folder 1 of 3)
  • Box 19Folder 4
    Broadsides (folder 2 of 3)
  • Box 19Folder 5
    Broadsides (folder 3 of 3)
  • Box 19Folder 6
    Broadsides, foreign language
  • Box 19Folder 7
    Woman's Journal issues and subscription offers, 1909-1910, 1912, undated
  • Box 19Folder 8
    Magazine fundraiser form
  • Box 19Folder 9
    Jeannette Rankin
  • Box 19Folder 10
    Celebration of Susan B. Anthony's 86th birthday, 15 February 1906
  • Box 19Folder 11
    Invitations, 11 December [1917?], 5 December [1919?]
  • Box 19Folder 12
    Alabama Equal Suffrage Association
  • Box 19Folder 13
    Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government
  • Box 19Folder 14
    Business Women's Equal Suffrage League (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Box 19Folder 15
    College Equal Suffrage League
  • Box 19Folder 16
    Collegiate Equal Suffrage League of New York State calendars, 1910
  • Box 19Folder 17
    Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association
  • Box 19Folder 18
    Equal Franchise Society of Pennsylvania
  • Box 19Folder 19
    Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore
  • Box 19Folder 20
    Illinois Equal Suffrage Association
  • Box 19Folder 21
    Kentucky Equal Rights Association--National Congressional Campaign Conference of Kentucky, 27-28 March 1916
  • Box 19Folder 22
    Maryland State Equal Suffrage League
  • Box 19Folder 23
    Massachusetts Political Equality Union
  • Box 19Folder 24
    New England Woman Suffrage Association
  • Box 19Folder 25
    North Carolina Equal Suffrage League
  • Box 19Folder 26
    Ohio Equal Franchise Association
  • Box 19Folder 27
    Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association
  • Box 19Folder 28
    South Dakota [Equal Suffrage Association?]
  • Box 19Folder 29
    West Virginia Equal Suffrage Association
  • Box 19Folder 30
    Woman Suffrage Association of the State of Maryland
  • Box 19Folder 31
    [Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association?] calendar, 1912
Series IV: League of Women Voters of Virginia, 1920-1938.
Box 20
Extent: 1 box.

Virginia League of Women Voters records contain constitutions and bylaws; financial statements and pledges; resolutions; state conferences and conventions; Know Your League papers, bulletins; press releases; speeches of Jessie Townsend and others; state elections; education programs; leaflets and broadsides; enrollement forms and other papers. There are also papers and records for the Norfolk and Richmond chapters of the League.

  • Box 20Folder 1
    Constitution, by-laws, 1920, undated
  • Box 20Folder 2
    By-laws, 1927-1933
  • Box 20Folder 3
    Financial statement, 1920-1922
  • Box 20Folder 4
    Pledges/fees, 1926
  • Box 20Folder 5
    Resolution--Kate Waller Barrett, 1925
  • Box 20Folder 6
    State conference, 1920
  • Box 20Folder 7
    Convention programs, 1926, 1930, 1933
  • Box 20Folder 8
    "Know Your League," 1920
  • Box 20Folder 9
    Bulletins, 1920-1921, 1929-1930
  • Box 20Folder 10
    Press releases, 1920, undated
  • Box 20Folder 11
    Jessie Townsend speeches (see also Box 4, Folders 21-23; Box 13, Folders 16-18; Box 20, Folder 25)
  • Box 20Folder 12
    Speech of Colonel C. P. Shaw Before the League, 3 October 1921
  • Box 20Folder 13
    State elections, 1921-1923, 1929,
  • Box 20Folder 14
    Citizenry and citizenship schools, 1920-1933
  • Box 20Folder 15
    Two Day and Three Day Institutes--tentative programs
  • Box 20Folder 16
    Leaflets
  • Box 20Folder 17
    Broadsides and posters, 1920, undated
  • Box 20Folder 18
    Membership enrollment forms
  • Box 20Folder 19
    Miscellaneous papers
  • Box 20Folder 20
    Stationery
  • Box 20Folder 21
    Norfolk League of Women Voters--minutes and related papers, 1928-1929 (papers are in original order)
  • Box 20Folder 22
    Norfolk League of Women Voters--meeting programs, 1920, 1928-1930
  • Box 20Folder 23
    Norfolk League of Women Voters--membership lists
  • Box 20Folder 24
    Norfolk League of Women Voters--financial records, 1920, 1923, undated
  • Box 20Folder 25
    Norfolk League of Women Voters--Jessie Townsend speeches (see also Box 4, Folders 21-23; Box 13, Folders 16-18; Box 20, Folder 11)
  • Box 20Folder 26
    Norfolk League of Women Voters--policewomen
  • Box 20Folder 27
    Norfolk League of Women Voters--miscellaneous papers
  • Box 20Folder 28
    Richmond League of Women Voters--board meeting minutes, 10 March 1921
  • Box 20Folder 29
    Richmond League of Women Voters--committee on cook book minutes, 12 February 1921
  • Box 20Folder 30
    Richmond League of Women VotersTreasurer's report, 1920-1921
  • Box 20Folder 31
    Richmond League of Women Voters--officers ballot, 1925
  • Box 20Folder 32
    Richmond League of Women Voters--membership list, 1920
  • Box 20Folder 33
    Richmond League of Women Voters--"News Bulletin," May 1927
  • Box 20Folder 34
    Richmond League of Women Voters--city elections, 1921, 1922, 1925
  • Box 20Folder 35
    Richmond League of Women Voters--application for registration to vote
  • Box 20Folder 36
    Richmond League of Women Voters--programs, pamphlets, postors, invitations, 1932-1937
  • Box 20Folder 37
    Richmond League of Women Voters--miscellaneous papers
  • Box 20Folder 38
    Richmond League of Women Voters--stationery
  • Box 20Folder 39
    2nd Congressional District League of Women Voters--papers
  • Box 20Folder 40
    Virginia League of Women Voters--conference of district directors, 7 January 1921
Series V: National League of Women Voters.
Boxes 20-22
Extent: 3 boxes.

National League of Women Voters records contain organization plans; ballots; by-laws; convention and conference programs; reports and recommendations; bulletins, newsletters, and press releases; and other publications. Also includes publications and papers from states and localities (other than Virginia).

  • Box 20Folder 41
    Organization plan, ca. 1920
  • Box 20Folder 42
    By-laws
  • Box 20Folder 43
    Official ballot, undated
  • Box 20Folder 44
    Fourth annual convention, 9-14 April 1923
  • Box 20Folder 45
    Fourth annual convention--speech of Florence E. Allen, 11 April 1923
  • Box 20Folder 46
    Fifth annual convention--local president's dinner, 24 April 1924
  • Box 20Folder 47
    Sixth annual convention, [April?] 1925
  • Box 20Folder 48
    Seventh annual convention, 14-21 April 1926
  • Box 20Folder 49
    Tenth national convention, 22-30 April 1932
  • Box 20Folder 50
    Child welfare conference, [February 1920?]
  • Box 20Folder 51
    Third region--regional conference, 8-9 February 1921
  • Box 20Folder 52
    Ninth conference on the cause and cure of war, 1933-1934
  • Box 20Folder 53
    Committee on American citizenship recommendations, [1920?]
  • Box 20Folder 54
    Child welfare committee
  • Box 20Folder 55
    Report covering "delinquents, minors, and defectives"
  • Box 20Folder 56
    Committee on food supply and demand recommendation, 16 February 1920
  • Box 20Folder 57
    Committee on unification of laws concerning the legal status of women, [1920?]
  • Box 20Folder 58
    Women in industry department report, 14 February 1920
  • Box 20Folder 59
    "League News," February 1931, April 1935
  • Box 20Folder 60
    Third region newsletter, 11 January 1932
  • Box 20Folder 61
    Press releases, 1920, 1929
  • Box 21Folder 1
    "Achievements of the Years," 1930
  • Box 21Folder 2
    Voter Service radio program brochures, January-March 1932
  • Box 21Folder 3
    Lists of publications, 1929, 1935-1937
  • Box 21Folder 4
    Programs of Work, 1919, 1928-1934, 1936-1938
  • Box 21Folder 5
    Program of Work--Department of Government and Child Welfare, 1934-1936
  • Box 21Folder 6
    Program of Work--Department of Government and Economic Welfare, 1934-1936
  • Box 21Folder 7
    Program of Work--Department of Government and International Cooperation, 1934-1936
  • Box 21Folder 8
    Program of Work--Department of Government and Its Operation, 1934-1936
  • Box 21Folder 9
    Program of Work--Department of Government and the Legal Status of Women, 1934-1936
  • Box 21Folder 10
    "Know Your League," 1930, 1935
  • Box 21Folder 11
    Department of Efficiency in Government--"Budget Making and Administration: With Special Reference to Cities," 1933
  • Box 21Folder 12
    Department of Efficiency in Government--"Constructive Economy in Local Government," 1933
  • Box 21Folder 12
    Department of Efficiency in Government--"Know Your County," undated
  • Box 21Folder 14
    Committee on Child Welfare--"The Background of Our Child Labor Problem," 1929
  • Box 21Folder 15
    Committee on Child Welfare--"Community Care for the Health of the Mother and Young Child," 1932
  • Box 21Folder 16
    Department of Child Welfare--"Children in Industry," 1934
  • Box 21Folder 17
    Department of Government and Child Welfare--"Mothers' Aid," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 18
    Department of Government and Child Welfare--"School Attendance Laws in the United States," April 1935
  • Box 21Folder 19
    Department of Government and Economic Welfare--"Buyers Beware," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 20
    Department of Government and Economic Welfare--"Government and the Consumer," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 21
    Department of Government and Education--"Large City School Systems," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 22
    Department of Government and Education--"The Public Library as a Government Service," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 23
    Department of Government and Education--"School Attendance Laws in the United States," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 24
    Special Committee on Immigration Problems--"New Immigration and Naturalization Legislation," 1929
  • Box 21Folder 25
    Special Committee on Immigration Problems--"Immigration and Naturalization Legislation 1924-1932," 1933
  • Box 21Folder 26
    Department of Government and International Cooperation--"The Conduct of the Foreign Policy of the United States," 1931
  • Box 21Folder 27
    Department of Government and International Cooperation--"Control of the Munitions Traffic," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 28
    Department of Government and International Cooperation to Prevent War--"The Root Formula and the World Court," 1930
  • Box 21Folder 29
    Department of Government and Its Operation--"Trained Personnel for Public Service," 1935
  • Box 21Folder 30
    Committee on the Legal Status of Women--"Against Equal Rights by Constitutional Amendment: A Reply," 1928
  • Box 22Folder 1
    Committee on the Legal Status of Women--"Toward Equal Rights for Men and Women," 1929
  • Box 22Folder 2
    Committee on the Legal Status of Women--"Women's Liability for Jury Service," 1932
  • Box 22Folder 3
    Department on the Legal Status of Women--"The Nationality of Children," 1933
  • Box 22Folder 4
    Department of Government and the Legal Status of Women--"The Married Woman and Her Job," 1936
  • Box 22Folder 5
    Committee on Women in Industry--A Federal-State Employment Service, 1932
  • Box 22Folder 6
    Department of Women in Industry--Industrial Standards for Women Workers, 1933
  • Box 22Folder 7
    National Personnel Campaign Committee--A Handbook for the Personnel Campaign, 1935
  • Box 22Folder 8
    American Neutrality, ca. 1935
  • Box 22Folder 9
    "Organization for Public Welfare," 1936
  • Box 22Folder 10
    "Electing the President," 1932
  • Box 22Folder 11
    "The ABC's of Unemployment Compensation," 1935
  • Box 22Folder 12
    "Equal Rights or Human Rights?," 1935
  • Box 22Folder 13
    "Needed: A New Food and Drug Law," 1936
  • Box 22Folder 14
    Pamphlets on League history, organization, and operation
  • Box 22Folder 15
    Flyer on the bicentennial of George Washington's birth, 1932
  • Box 22Folder 16
    California--"The Bulletin of the California League of Women Voters," January, March 1935
  • Box 22Folder 17
    Connecticut--"The Woman Voter's Bulletin," July-August 1929
  • Box 22Folder 18
    Illinois--"The Illinois Voter," March 1929, February, March 1935
  • Box 22Folder 19
    Illinois--Cook County--"The Cook County Citizen," February 1935
  • Box 22Folder 20
    Louisiana--"Louisiana League of Women Voters' Platform," undated
  • Box 22Folder 21
    Massachusetts--"Bulletin," February-April 1935
  • Box 22Folder 22
    Minnesota--"The Minnesota Woman Voter," July 1929, December 1934-April 1935
  • Box 22Folder 23
    Missouri--"The Missouri League News," July 1929
  • Box 22Folder 24
    Missouri--St. Louis--"The League Bulletin," 9 May, 21 June 1931; January-April 1935
  • Box 22Folder 25
    New Hampshire--"The New Hampshire Woman Voter," January-April 1935
  • Box 22Folder 26
    New York--"Weekly News," January-April 1935
  • Box 22Folder 27
    New York--Education Section--"The Next War,"by Will Irwin
  • Box 22Folder 28
    New York--The Bronx--"A Money Making Plan," undated
  • Box 22Folder 29
    Ohio--"The Ohio Woman Voter," June 1930
  • Box 22Folder 30
    Pennsylvania--"The Bulletin of the Pennsylvania League of Women Voters," August 1929
  • Box 22Folder 31
    Rhode Island--"News Letter," January 1935
  • Box 22Folder 32
    Wisconsin--"The Bulletin of the Wisconsin League of Women Voters," January-April 1935
Series VI: General and Miscellaneous Files.
Boxes 22-28
Extent: 7 boxes.

General and Miscellaneous Files contain records, papers, and publications of local, state, and national organizations other than the Equal Suffrage League or the League of Women Voters; papers, documents, and publications by local, state, and federal governments; pamphlets, and leaflets, brochures, and broadsides from England and Ireland. Also contains a variety of miscellaneous items including postcards.

  • Boxes 22-24
    Organizations.
    3 boxes
    • Box 22Folder 33
      Pro-suffrage resolutions from various organizations, 1918-1919
    • Box 22Folder 34
      Atlanta suffrage organizations--Georgia Harvest Festival--Better Babies Contest, 15-20 November 1915
    • Box 22Folder 35
      Brookland District Citizens' Association (Henrico County, Virginia) papers, ca. 1932
    • Box 22Folder 36
      Cambridge Anti-Suffrage Association (Massachusetts)--"Anti-Suffrage Notes" numbers 138-139, 23 January 1917
    • Box 22Folder 37
      Conference on Governmental Efficiency (Virginia), 21-22 November 1921
    • Box 22Folder 38
      Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, 1915, undated
    • Box 22Folder 39
      Co-operative Education Association leaflet--"Home Reading Course"
    • Box 22Folder 40
      Co-ordinate College for Women (affiliated with the University of Virginia), 1914
    • Box 22Folder 41
      Democratic Woman's Club souvenier menu, 29 January 1925
    • Box 22Folder 42
      Daughters of the King "Constitution and Prayers," "Handbook of the Daughters of the King," and envelope, 1913, 1916, undated
    • Box 23Folder 1
      Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America (Virginia chapter) resolution, December 1919
    • Box 23Folder 2
      Virginia Federation of Labor--"The Union News Convention Edition," official yearbook, 2 April 1923
    • Box 23Folder 3
      Federation of Women's Clubs of Virginia resolution, 1919
    • Box 23Folder 4
      "Virginia 4-H Club Letter," February 1934, January-February 1934
    • Box 23Folder 5
      Ladies' Athenaeum Club (England) rules, by-laws, list of members, 1910
    • Box 23Folder 6
      League to Enforce Peace--"What the War Meant to Women" by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw
    • Box 23Folder 7
      Lila Meade Valentine Memorial, 1926-1936
    • Box 23Folder 8
      Men's Equal Suffrage League of Virginia letters, 1911-1912
    • Box 23Folder 9
      Men's League for Woman Suffrage (Virginia) membership lists
    • Box 23Folder 10
      Men's League for Woman Suffrage pamphlets, 1911, undated
    • Box 23Folder 11
      Monroe Centennial Memorial Commission, 4 July 1931
    • Box 23Folder 12
      National Advisory Council on Radio in Education--"Listen and Learn About your Government: Constructive Economy in Government," 20 June-26 September 1933
    • Box 23Folder 13
      National Child Labor Committee--The Child Labor Bulletin, June 1912
    • Box 23Folder 14
      National Child Labor Committee pamphlet and leaflets, 1915
    • Box 23Folder 15
      National Committee to Secure Rank for Nurses bulletins, 1920
    • Box 23Folder 16
      National Consumers' League pamphlets, 1912, 1933
    • Box 23Folder 17
      National Consumers' League papers, January 1933, undated
    • Box 23Folder 18
      [New York City] Consumers' League leaflet, 1908
    • Box 23Folder 19
      National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs--Old Dominion convention, Traveling Through Historyland, 6--11 July 1931
    • Box 23Folder 20
      National Federation of Federal Employees press releases, 20-21 August 1920
    • Box 23Folder 21
      National Kindergarten Association leaflet
    • Box 23Folder 22
      National Motion Picture League leaflet
    • Box 23Folder 23
      National Municipal League leaflets, 1911, undated
    • Box 23Folder 24
      National Woman's Party Campaign Texbook, 1916
    • Box 23Folder 25
      National Woman's Party (Norfolk branch) report, undated
    • Box 23Folder 26
      National Women's Trade Union League of America pamphlets, 1918-1919
    • Box 23Folder 27
      National Women's Trade Union League press release, 3 December 1919
    • Box 23Folder 28
      Non-Partisan Senatorial Committee (New York) papers, 1920
    • Box 23Folder 29
      New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage--"Woman's Relation to Government,", Mrs. William Forse Scott, 1904
    • Box 23Folder 30
      Odeon Program, 28 March 1919
    • Box 23Folder 31
      Progressive Party pamphlets, 1912
    • Box 23Folder 32
      Progressive Party broadsides, 1912
    • Box 23Folder 33
      Red Cross
    • Box 23Folder 34
      Republican National Committee--"Wanted--A New Business Management for the United States"
    • Box 23Folder 35
      Richmond Education Association fourth annual report, 1903-1904
    • Box 23Folder 36
      Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference second annual convention, 11-13 December 1915
    • Box 23Folder 37
      Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference--Kate Gordon Chapter, Le Jardin de Danse, 14 February [19?]
    • Box 23Folder 38
      Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference--"The Southern Problem"
    • Box 23Folder 39
      State Central Committee of Suffrage Amendment Alliance leaflet, ca. 1917
    • Box 23Folder 40
      University of Virginia Institute of Public Affairs roundtable on unemployment, 10-15 July 1933 (folder 1 of 2)
    • Box 23Folder 41
      University of Virginia Institute of Public Affairs roundtable on unemployment, 10-15 July 1933 (folder 2 of 2)
    • Box 23Folder 42
      Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute and United States Department of Agriculture, Extension Division--"Virginia's Defense is in Safe Farming"
    • Box 23Folder 43
      Virginia Association Opposed to Woman's Suffrage pamphlets and broadsides
    • Box 23Folder 44
      Virginia Democratic Party leaflet, 1913
    • Box 23Folder 45
      Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind commencement exercises, 11-12 June 1912
    • Box 23Folder 46
      Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairmen of State Organizations--stationery and notes
    • Box 24Folder 1
      Wage Earners' Suffrage League (New York) leaflets
    • Box 24Folder 2
      Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Virginia 30th annual convention, 30 September-3 October 1912
    • Box 24Folder 3
      Woman's Club of Chicago--"Chicago Women as Citizens," 1910-1911
    • Box 24Folder 4
      Woman's Club of NorfolkKate Waller Barrett memorial meeting, 30 November [1925?]
    • Box 24Folder 5
      Woman's Club of Richmond fifteenth annual report, 1909
    • Box 24Folder 6
      Women's International League annual meeting, 30 April-3 May [1937]
    • Box 24Folder 7
      Woman's Peace Party--"The Trojan Women," Euripides
    • Box 24Folder 8
      Woman Suffrage Party--"Home and State"
    • Box 24Folder 9
      New York State Woman Suffrage Party pamphlets and broadsides
    • Box 24Folder 10
      New York State Woman Suffrage Party sample ballot, Ulster County, November 1917
    • Box 24Folder 11
      Woman Suffrage Party of New York City papers, 1916-1917
    • Box 24Folder 12
      Woman Suffrage Party of New York City "The Woman Voter," September 1916
    • Box 24Folder 13
      YWCA papers, 1920-1921
  • Boxes 24-25
    Government publications and papers.
    2 boxes
    • Box 24Folder 14
      Virginia Constitution, 1908
    • Box 24Folder 15
      Virginia Constitution--amendments ratified, November 1912
    • Box 24Folder 16
      Virginia Constitution--proposed amendments, 1912-1916, [1923?], undated
    • Box 24Folder 17
      Code of Virginia--presidential and vice-presidential electors; tax code, 8 March 1918
    • Box 24Folder 18
      Code of Virginia--tax bill and revenue act, 8 March 1918
    • Box 24Folder 19
      Code of Virginia--bills to amend code--rape and seduction, 1918
    • Box 24Folder 20
      Code of Virginia bill to amend and re-enact section 54, electors for president and vice-president, undated
    • Box 24Folder 21
      Virginia--general laws amendment for chapter 17, election of electors of president and vice president, [1919]
    • Box 24Folder 22
      Virginia General Assembly--granting women the right to vote for electors for president and vice president of the United States
    • Box 24Folder 23
      Virginia General Assembly--bill extending the right of suffrage to women
    • Box 24Folder 24
      Virginia General Assembly--laws bearing on labor, 1 March 1909
    • Box 24Folder 25
      Virginia General Assembly--an act to provide for indigent widowed mothers, 28 February 1918
    • Box 24Folder 26
      Virginia General Assembly--a bill to provide for the support of illegitimate children, [1918]
    • Box 24Folder 27
      Virginia General Assembly--bill to establish a minimum wage for women and minors, [1918]
    • Box 24Folder 28
      Virginia General Assembly--bill to provide censorshiop for moving pictures, [1918]
    • Box 24Folder 29
      Virginia General Assembly--Acts of Assemlby chapter 400--women entitled to register, 1920
    • Box 24Folder 30
      Virginia General Assembly--digest of bills submitted to the General Assembly by the Children's Code Commission and other agencies, 1921
    • Box 24Folder 31
      Virginia General Assembly Senate--bills on woman suffrage, child labor
    • Box 24Folder 32
      Virginia General Assembly House of Delegates--bills referred (including reference to suffrage), 24 February 1920
    • Box 24Folder 33
      Virginia General Assembly Senate-joint resolutions, proposed amendments concerning elective franchise and qualifications for office, 1912, 1914, 1916, and undated
    • Box 24Folder 34
      Virginia General Assembly--joint resolutions rejecting suffrage amendment to the U.S. Constitution, undated
    • Box 24Folder 35
      Virginia General Assembly--join resolutions regarding ratification of the U.S. suffrage amendment, ca. 1920
    • Box 24Folder 36
      Virginia General Assembly Senate--Senate joint resolution no. 2 and amendments, [192?]
    • Box 24Folder 37
      Virginia General Assembly House of Delegates--suffrage resolutions, 1920
    • Box 24Folder 38
      Virginia General Assembly--joint resolutions on taxation and finance and on poll tax, 1914, undated
    • Box 24Folder 39
      Virginia General Assembly Senate--joint resolutions on construction of dam at Muscle Shoals, Alabama; school districts; and extra session, 30 January 1918, 1918, 3 August 1919
    • Box 24Folder 40
      Virginia General Assembly House of Delegates--calendar, 9 March 1914, 28 February, 3, 12 March 1920
    • Box 24Folder 41
      Virginia General Assembly Senate--calendar, 3, 27 February, 3 March 1920
    • Box 24Folder 42
      Virginia Secretary of the Commonwealth--primary election laws of Virginia, 1915
    • Box 24Folder 43
      Virginia Department of Agriculture and Immigration--Farmers' bulletin no. 20 "The Home Vegetable Garden," undated
    • Box 24Folder 44
      Industrial Commission of Virginia--Workmen's Compensation Law, 1920
    • Box 24Folder 45
      Virginia Commission on Simplification and Economy of State and Local Government report, January 1924
    • Box 24Folder 46
      Richmond--Annual Report of the Health Department, 1908
    • Box 24Folder 47
      Richmond--Annual Report of the Health Department, 1909
    • Box 25Folder 1
      University of Virginia Record Extension Series--Conference on Governmental Efficiency, 22-22 November 1921
    • Box 25Folder 2
      University of Virginia Record Extension Series--Institute of Citizenship and Government, 18-19 July 1923, 17-20 May 1927
    • Box 25Folder 3
      University of Virginia Record Extension Series--Handbook of Electon Law for the Virginia Voter, March 1925
    • Box 25Folder 4
      United States Congress--speeches on Woman Suffrage, 1915, 1918 Hon. John W. Abercrombie of Alabama (House of Representatives), 12 January 1915; Hon. Perl D. Decker and Hon. Scott Ferris, (House of Representatives), 10 January 1918; and Hon. Morris Sheppard (Senate), 5 August 1918
    • Box 25Folder 5
      United States Congress--Congressional Record, 1910, 1919 list of committee members in Senate, 15 Decemeber 1910; Speech of Hon. William P. Pollock (Senate) 10 February 1919
    • Box 25Folder 6
      United States Congress Senate--memorials, 1909, 1910 memorial of Mr. Vere Goldthwaite, 5 January 1909; memorial of the National American Woman's Suffrage Association, 3 May 1910
    • Box 25Folder 7
      United States Senate--Committee on Woman Suffrage, 1910, 1917 statement of John Shafroth, Governor of Colorado, 1910; extracts of hearing statements by Thomas J. Walsh and Carrie Chapman Catt, 20 April 1917
    • Box 25Folder 8
      Congress House of Representatives--speech of Hon. John J. Esch of Wisconsin on the Match Bill, 27 February 1911
    • Box 25Folder 9
      Congress House of Representatives--hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, 1910, 1915-1917 woman suffrage, 19 April 1910; woman suffrage, 16 December 1915, February 1916; views of the minority, 10 January 1917
    • Box 25Folder 10
      United States Congress--bills and resolutions, 1920, 1924 bill for the public protection of maternity and infancy, 1920; resolution to limit, regulate, and prohibit labor of persons under 18, 28 March 1924
    • Box 25Folder 11
      United States Civil Works Administration
    • Box 25Folder 12
      United States Department of the Interior, Office of Education informational letters, ca. 1933-1934
    • Box 25Folder 13
      United States Department of Labor, Children's Bureau--"Recent Developments in the Child-Labor Field," January 1933
    • Box 25Folder 14
      United States Department of Labor, Woman's Bureau--"Hours and Conditions of Work for Women in Industry in Virginia," March 1920
    • Box 25Folder 15
      United States Department of Labor, United States Employment Service--"Guide to the Organization and Operation of Reemployment Offices," 22 July 1933
    • Box 25Folder 16
      States--Connecticut State Council of Defense, Health and Recreation Bureau chart
    • Box 25Folder 17
      States--Mississippi State Board of Public Welfare, publications, bulletins, and forms, 1932
    • Box 25Folder 18
      States--laws referring to woman's suffrage and amendment, 1913-1919 Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Tennessee
  • Boxes 25-26
    England, Australia, and International.
    2 boxes
    • Box 25Folder 19
      "Parliamentary Debates: Women's Enfranchisement Bill," 5 May 1911
    • Box 25Folder 20
      Artists' Suffrage League flyer, undated
    • Box 25Folder 21
      Central Society for Women's Suffrage--"Women's Suffrage in New Zealand and Australia"
    • Box 25Folder 22
      The Church League for Women's Suffrage--"From East to West: Women's Suffrage in Relation to Foreign Missions," July 1910
    • Box 25Folder 23
      The Fabian Women's Group--"How the National Insurance Bill Affects Women"
    • Box 25Folder 24
      London Society for Women's Suffrage--"Report of the Executive Committee Presented at the Annual General Meeting," 8 December 1910
    • Box 25Folder 25
      London Society for Women's Suffrage pamphlets and leaflets, 1909, undated
    • Box 25Folder 26
      Men's League for Women's Suffrage--"Open Letter to the Prime Minister," June 1910
    • Box 25Folder 27
      National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies pamphlets and booklets
    • Box 25Folder 28
      National Women's Social and Political Union programs, 1911, undated
    • Box 25Folder 29
      National Women's Social and Political Union pamphlets and booklets, titles E-M
    • Box 25Folder 30
      National Women's Social and Political Union pamphlets and booklets, titles O-W
    • Box 25Folder 31
      [National]Women's Social and Political Union--"A Women's Demonstration in the Royal Albert Hall," 23 March 1911
    • Box 25Folder 32
      [National] Women's Social and Political Union poster--"Mrs. Pankhurst Will speak at a Public Meeting," 3 June [----]
    • Box 25Folder 33
      National Women's Social and Political Union--"Woman This , and Woman That"
    • Box 26Folder 1
      Women's Freedom League--pamphlets
    • Box 26Folder 2
      Women's National Anti-Suffrage League--Anti-Suffrage Review, July 1910
    • Box 26Folder 3
      Women Writers' Suffrage League--"Why?" 1910
    • Box 26Folder 4
      Miscellaneous pamphlets--"A Brief Review of the Women's Suffrage Movement Since Its Beginning" and "Mary Wollstonecraft and the Women's Movement of Today"
    • Box 26Folder 5
      Miscellaneous flyer and poster--"Testimony of the Australian Parliament on Equal Suffrage" and "Votes for Women Householders," February 1910, 1911
    • Box 26Folder 6
      International Woman Suffrage Alliance--"Report of the Seventh Congress," 15-21 June 1913
    • Box 26Folder 7
      International Woman Suffrage Alliance--Jus Suffragii, pp. 57-60, 1 January 1914
    • Box 26Folder 8
      International Woman Suffrage Alliance/New Zealand Council of Women--"Woman Suffrage in New Zealand," ca. 1907
  • Boxes 26-27
    General Publications.
    2 boxes
    • Box 26Folder 9
      Woman Citizen (cover only), 10 May 1919
    • Box 26Folder 10
      Woman Citizen, 23 April 1921
    • Box 26Folder 11
      Woman Citizen, 27 January 1923
    • Box 26Folder 12
      Woman Citizen, 10 January 1925
    • Box 26Folder 13
      Woman Citizen, 21 March 1925
    • Box 26Folder 14
      Woman Citizen, 18 April 1925
    • Box 26Folder 15
      Woman Citizen, 2 May 1925
    • Box 26Folder 16
      Woman Citizen, 16 May 1925
    • Box 26Folder 17
      Woman Citizen, 13 June 1925
    • Box 26Folder 18
      Woman Citizen, 27 June 1925
    • Box 26Folder 19
      Woman Citizen, 11 July 1925
    • Box 26Folder 20
      Woman Citizen, 8 August 1925
    • Box 26Folder 21
      Woman Citizen, September 1925
    • Box 26Folder 22
      Woman Citizen clippings, 1919, 1922
    • Box 26Folder 23
      Woman Citizen index (handwritten, typed), 1917-1919
    • Box 26Folder 24
      The Ave Maria (Notre Dame, Indiana), 23 September 1911
    • Box 26Folder 25
      College Topics (University of Virginia), 27 April 1910
    • Box 26Folder 26
      The Delineator, pp. 85-86, 151-152, February 1911
    • Box 26Folder 27
      The Dixie Suffragist (Moravian Falls, Wilkes County, North Carolina), January 1915
    • Box 26Folder 28
      Fort Valley Message (Fort Valley, Georgia), January 1935
    • Box 26Folder 29
      Virginia Law Register, September 1919
    • Box 26Folder 29
      Shall Women Vote? A Book for Men by Conway Whittle Sams, 1913
    • Box 27Folder 1
      Pamphlets--"Ballots for Both," speech at Greenville, North Carolina, "The Electoral College and Presidential Suffrage," reprint from the Pennsylvania Law Review, and Votes for Women--Why and Why Not, from the Wilmington Dispatch, by Chief Justice Walter Clark of North Carolina, 8 December 1916, June 1917 and 22 February 1919
    • Box 27Folder 2
      Pamphlets--"The Bible on Women Voting;" "Guardianship of Children," reprint from Chicago Legal News; "Illinois Laws Concerning Women;" and "Mayors of Five States or Votes for Women a Success,", by Catharine Waugh McCulloch, undated, 13 January 1912, undated, and February 1909
    • Box 27Folder 3
      Pamphlets by author--"Why Women Ought to Desire the Ballot" by James Freeman Clarke; "The Subjection of Women and the Enfranchisement of Women" by Mrs. William H. Felton; "Condorcet's Plea for the Citizenship of Women" by John Morley; and "Women, Economics, and the Ballot" by Frances Squire Potter
    • Box 27Folder 4
      Reprints from North American Review--"Woman Suffrage Throughout the World" by Ida Husted Harper, and "Woman and Democracy" by Borden Parker Bowne, September 1907 and April 1910
    • Box 27Folder 5
      World's Work extracts--"Selma Lagerlof--Sweden's Idolized Writer" by Velma Swanston Howard; "Woman The Savior of the State" by Selma Lagerlof and translated by Velma Howard; and "The Present Plight of Labor" by a World's Work staffer
    • Box 27Folder 6
      Pamphlets, no author--"Woman Suffrage Facts Cartooned;" "Hare System of Proportional Representation;" "The World Court: Fifty Questions Answered;" and "Washington The Nation's Capital"
    • Box 27Folder 7
      Leaflets--subject: Women Suffrage (10 leaflets)
    • Box 27Folder 8
      Leaflets--"Right of Way," Virginia Railway and Power Company and "White Slave Traffic," 15 March 1917 and undated
    • Box 27Folder 9
      Suffrage plays--"How the Vote Was Won;" "Scenes from Political Life;" "The Soul of the World;" and "The Women of Achievement" (program listing only)
    • Box 27Folder 10
      Miscellaneous articles on suffrage
    • Box 27Folder 11
      Hygiene and Morality by Lavinia L. Dock (jacket cover only)
  • Box 27
    Songs and Poetry.
    1 box
    • Box 27Folder 12
      Suffrage songs by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Eugenie M. Raye-Smith
    • Box 27Folder 13
      Suffrage Song sheets
    • Box 27Folder 14
      Poems by Katherine R. Logan, 1932
    • Box 27Folder 15
      Poems by Berton Bailey, Charlotte M. Conover, Page Snelling, Alice Overbey Taylor, Ellen Glasgow, Alice Johnstone Walker, Max Ehrman, and unknown
  • Box 27
    Postcards.
    1 box
    • Box 27Folder 16
      Postcards--"The Awakening" (Equal Suffrage League of Virginia)--photocopy, original located in Box 1, Folder 6
    • Box 27Folder 17
      Postcards--"Bread and Roses" (Equal Suffrage League of Virginia)
    • Box 27Folder 18
      Postcards--"Woman's Hour" (Equal Suffrage League of Virginia)
    • Box 27Folder 19
      Postcards--"Votes for Women a Success North America Proves it" (National Woman Suffrage Publishing)
    • Box 27Folder 20
      Postcards--"Politics Is Not Outside the Home in Case of the Milk Supply It's Inside the Body" (Ohio Equal Franchise Association)
    • Box 27Folder 21
      Postcards--"Woman's Cause Is Man's. They Rise or Sink Together" (Ohio Equal Franchise Association)
    • Box 27Folder 22
      Postcards by the Artists' Suffrage League (England)
    • Box 27Folder 23
      Postcards--Woman's Suffrage Procession, 3 March 1913
    • Box 27Folder 24
      Postcards--"A Wish for 1915"
    • Box 27Folder 25
      Postcards--"Anti-Suffrage League"
    • Box 27Folder 26
      Postcards--"Merry Xmas Votes for Women"
    • Box 27Folder 27
      Postcards--"New Year's Resolutions for Suffragists," 2 January 1916
    • Box 27Folder 28
      Postcards--"The Suffragist Arousing Her Sisters"
    • Box 27Folder 29
      Postcards--"To My Valentine!"
    • Box 27Folder 30
      Postcards--"Votes for Women"
    • Box 27Folder 31
      Postcards--"Votes for Women It Can't Be Did!"
    • Box 27Folder 32
      Postcards--"The Spirit of 1776[crossed out] To-Day"
  • Box 27
    Maps and Photographs.
    1 box
    • Box 27Folder 33
      Maps--Richmond, 1912
    • Box 27Folder 34
      Maps--Richmond, 1914
    • Box 27Folder 35
      Maps--Virginia, 1932
    • Box 27Folder 36
      Photographs
  • Box 28
    Subject and Miscellanous papers.
    1 box
    • Box 28Folder 1
      Woman Suffrage Parades--Washington D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland, 9 May 1914, 31 May 1915
    • Box 28Folder 2
      List of countries and states with woman suffrage
    • Box 28Folder 3
      Suffrage in Virginia
    • Box 28Folder 4
      Notes and documents on states' legal position on suffrage
    • Box 28Folder 5
      Presidential suffrage
    • Box 28Folder 6
      Woman suffrage, African American suffrage, and white supremacy
    • Box 28Folder 7
      General suffrage writings
    • Box 28Folder 8
      Printed materials on suffrage
    • Box 28Folder 9
      Virginia politics--Westmoreland Davis, candidate for governor, 1917
    • Box 28Folder 10
      Virginia politics--Westmoreland Davis, candidate for U.S. Sentate, 1922
    • Box 28Folder 11
      Virginia politics--Claude A. Swanson, U.S. Senate reelection, 1922
    • Box 28Folder 12
      Virginia politics--E. Lee Trinkle, campaign for governor and Trinkle Club, Norfolk, 1921
    • Box 28Folder 13
      Virginia politics--Fred A. M. Burroughs for commissioner of revenue, Princess Anne County; Roanoke Times bolts primary; Philip F. Brown for Secretary of the Commonwealth, 1919; 7 October 1921; undated
    • Box 28Folder 14
      List of counties that have no health officer or health workers
    • Box 28Folder 15
      Monumental Church, Richmond
    • Box 28Folder 16
      Theodore Roosevelt
    • Box 28Folder 17
      Woodrow Wilson
    • Box 28Folder 18
      World War
    • Box 28Folder 19
      "Votes for Women" napkin
    • Box 28Folder 20
      Membership lists for unidentified groups
    • Box 28Folder 21
      Notes, etc., (folder 1 of 2)
    • Box 28Folder 22
      Notes, etc., (folder 2 of 2)
    • Box 28Folder 23
      Papers--non-suffrage
    • Box 28Folder 24
      Business cards
    • Box 28Folder 25
      Calling cards, invitations, etc.
    • Box 28Folder 26
      Printed materials--fragments
Series VII: Ephemera.
Boxes 29-30
Extent: 2 boxes.

Ephemera includes printing plate, slides advertising talks, ribbons, pins, and stamps from the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia.

Oversize materials.
Box 31
Extent: 1 box.

Oversize materials consist of items removed from folders because of their size. Place cards are located in those original folders to identify items' oversize folder.