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Equal Rights Newsletter

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-144
Scope and Contents Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 30-33 September (3,10,17,24) 1927

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 38
Collection number: Folder 38
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 34-38 October (1,8,15,22,29) 1927

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 39
Collection number: Folder 39
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 39-42 November (5, 12, 19, 26) 1927

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 40
Collection number: Folder 40
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 43-47 December (3, 10, 17, 24, 31) 1927

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 41
Collection number: Folder 41
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 48-51 January(7, 14, 21, 28) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 42
Collection number: Folder 42
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 52/ Vol. XIV No. 1-3 February (4, 11, 18, 25) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 43
Collection number: Folder 43
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 4-8 March (3, 10, 17, 24, 31) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 44
Collection number: Folder 44
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 9-12 April (7, 14, 21, 28) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 45
Collection number: Folder 45
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 14-16 May (12, 19, 26) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 46
Collection number: Folder 46
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 17-21 June (2, 9, 16, 23, 30) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 47
Collection number: Folder 47
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 22-25 July (7, 14, 21, 28) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 48
Collection number: Folder 48
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 26-29 August (4, 11, 18, 25) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 49
Collection number: Folder 49
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 30-34 September (1, 8, 15, 22, 29) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 50
Collection number: Folder 50
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 35-37 October (6, 13, 20) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 51
Collection number: Folder 51
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 39-42 November (3, 10, 17, 24) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 52
Collection number: Folder 52
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 43-47 December (1, 8, 15, 29) 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 53
Collection number: Folder 53
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 48-51 January (5, 12,19, 26) 1929

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 54
Collection number: Folder 54
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XIV No. 52/ Vol. XV No. 1-3 February (2, 9, 16, 23, 30) 1929

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 55
Collection number: Folder 55
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954

Equal Rights Vol. XV No. 4-8 March (2, 9, 16, 23, 30) 1929

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 56
Collection number: Folder 56
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Equal Rights was a publication of the National Woman's Party. Began in 1923, it was the successor to the failed Suffragist. Its name is representative of its purpose: the editors of the newsletter believed that the only way to achieve equality amongst the sexes was to introduce an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. In addition to lobbying for the introduction of a Constitutional Amendment, it discussed feminist...
Dates: Acquired: 2015-03-11; 1924 - 1954