"Alice Paul Postage Stamp, First Day Ceremony, Program"
More on Alice Paul ALICE PAUL First Day of Issue Ceremony Mount Laurel, New Jersey, August 18, 1995 Presiding Elwood A .Mosley District Manager Honored Guests John Randolph Parr y South Jersey Distric t Richard Robbin s U .S . Postal Servic e Lewis Morrell Robbin s Relatives of Alice Paul National Anthem Irene Taleric o Barbara Irvin e President , Alice Paul Centennia l o Welcome Carole A. Rocc Foundatio n Chairperson , Alice Paul Centennia l Linda Bowke r Foundatio n Director, Division of Wome n for Governor Christine Tod d Whitma n DedicatonfSmpJel e Vice President , Kathleen Stuart Area Operation s Aid to Senator Frank R. Allegheny Are a Lautenberg U .S . Postal Servic e Maggie Smit h Deputy State Director fo r Remarks Honorable Robert E . Andrews Senator Bill Bradle y Congressman , First Congressional Distric t Dorothy Guzz o Administrator of Histori c Amelia Roberts Fry Preservation Office for Oral Historian , State of New Jerse y Alice Paul's Biographer Harriet Hawkin s Helen Arnol d Executive Directo r President , New Jerse y National Women's Party Historic Trust George Petchock e Presentations Jon Steel Plant Manage r South Jersey Distric t Closing Remarks Elwood A. Mosley Benediction Silent Prayer o constitutional amendment, rather a Quaker family at a farm calle d than through the slowe "Paulsdale" in Mount Laurel, Ne w r state-by-state approach favored by most other Jersey in 1885 . It was at Paulsdale suffragists . Her approached prove d that she learned the principles o f successful . equality that she champione d Miss Paul authored the Equal Rights Amend- throughout her life. Her dedica- ment and in 1923 she had it intro- tion to equality continued durin g duced into every session of Congres s education at Moorestown Friend s until it was finally passed in 1972 fo r School and Swarthmore College i n ratification by the states . Pennsylvania . While studying i n e Alice Paul dedicated her whole life to th England for her Ph .D . in Economic s single cause of securing equal right s from the University of Pennsylvania , for women in this country and Miss Paul became involved with th e around the world . Many have re- suffrage movement there and learne d ceived far more recognition ; few had many of the tactics she would use i n the effect on women's lives as did the United States .Returnig e .ThePostalSrvic to America to a failing suffrage established the Great American s campaign Miss Paul re-energized th e Stamp Series to recognize the accom- battle to win the vote for America n plishments of men and women, that women . In 1916 she founded th e forever changed our lives . The Alic e National Woman's Party whic h Paul Stamp was designed by Chri s worked to gain suffrage through a Calle of Ridgefield, Connecticut . r swatchAliePuno . staronflg L Photographs courtesy of Smithsonian Institution , National Museum of American History . Program Design & Layout: . Roberta Wojtkowski . sRervd .AlRight .PostalServic . 195U UnitedSasPolrvice