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					        National Woman’s Party / World Woman’s Party / Six Point Group, 1910-1965

Paul, Alice. “Woman Suffrage Movement in Great Britain.” The Annals of the American
       Academy of Political and Social Science 35 (May 1910): 5.
---. An International Parliament of Women: Resolutions Adopted at National Conference of the
        Woman’s Party, November 17, 1923. Washington, D.C.: National Woman’s Party, 1923.
Brittain, Vera. A Memorandum Showing the Connection Between the Status of Women and the
        Relations Between Countries. London: Six Point Group, 1929.
Evans, Dorothy, and Claire Madden. Dorothy Evans and the Six Point Group. London:
        Published for the Six Point Group by C. Madden, 1945.
                             National Woman's Party Records
                 Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

National Woman's Party. “Memorandum on Senate Resolution 82,” n.d . Folder 6, Box IV:16,
       National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
       Washington, D.C.
---. “Re: Senate Resolution No. 82 by Senator Capper Before Foreign Relations Committee,” n.d
        . Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of
        Congress, Washington, D.C.
Catt, Carrie Chapman. “Call to the Ninth Congress of the International Woman Suffrage
        Alliance, Rome, May 12th to 19th, 1923,” 1923. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's
        Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Sterling, Frances M. “Letter from Frances M. Sterling (Acting Treasurer, International Woman
        Suffrage Alliance) to Mrs. Alva Belmont (National Woman's Party), March 28th, 1923;
        and, Call to the Ninth Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, Rome,
        May 12th to 19th, 1923,” March 28, 1923. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party
        Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice. “Letter from Alice Paul (Vice President, National Woman's Party) to Frances M.
        Sterling (Acting Treasurer, International Woman Suffrage Alliance), April 9th, 1923,”
        April 9, 1923. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Bompas, Katherine. “Letter from Katherine Bompas (Headquarters Secretary, International
        Woman Suffrage Alliance) to Alice Paul (National Woman's Party), Including,
        Enclosure: Constitution and Programme of Women's Rights for the International Woman
        Suffrage Alliance, January 1921,” April 19, 1923. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National
        Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice. “Letter from Alice Paul (National Woman's Party) to Katherine Bompas
        (Headquarters Secretary, International Woman Suffrage Alliance), May 1st, 1923,” May
        1, 1923. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division,
        Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Bompas, Katherine. “Letter from Katherine Bompas (Headquarters Secretary, International
        Woman's Suffrage Alliance) to Alice Paul (National Woman's Party), June 12th, 1923,”
        June 12, 1923. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice. “Letter from Alice Paul (National Woman's Party) t Katherine Bompas
        (Headquarters Secretary, International Woman Suffrage Alliance), June 25th, 1923,”
        June 25, 1923. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Ashby, Margery Corbett. “Letter from Margery Corbett Ashby (President, International Woman
        Suffrage Alliance) to Alice Paul (National Woman's Party), 15th December 1925,”
        December 15, 1925. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
National Woman's Party. “International Work of the National Woman's Party,” 1926. Folder 12,
        Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
---. “Members of the National Woman's Party Who Will Meet the Delegation in Paris,” 1926.
       Folder 12, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of
       Congress, Washington, D.C.
---. “The International Aspects of the Question of Equal Rights in Industry,” 1926. Folder 12,
        Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
---. “Who's Who in the Paris Delegation of the National Woman's Party,” 1926. Folder 12, Box
       IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
       Washington, D.C.
---. “Facts: What the National Party Is and Does,” 1926. Folder 12, Box IV:15, National
        Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice. “Letter from Alice Paul (National Woman's Party) to Margery Corbett Ashby
        (President, International Woman Suffrage Alliance), February 1, 1926,” February 1,
        1926. Folder 9, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division,
        Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
---. “Letter from Margery Corbett Ashby (President, International Woman Suffrage Alliance) to
        Alice Paul (National Woman's Party), February 15th, 1926,” February 15, 1926. Folder 9,
        Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
Lincoln, Bab. “Press Release: World Woman's Party for Equal Rights, May 10th, 1926,” May
        10, 1926. Folder 12, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division,
        Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Vernon, Mabel. “Speech of Mabel Vernon Before the Congress of the International Woman
        Suffrage Alliance, May 31st, 1926,” May 31, 1926. Folder 10, Box IV:15, National
        Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. “Petition for the Equal Rights
        Amendment and Its Connection to the Equal Rights Treaty,” 1934. Folder 6, Box IV:16,
        National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
Littlejohn, Linda. “Letter from Linda Littlejohn (Chair, Equal Rights International) to the
        National Woman's Party, October 27th, 1937,” October 27, 1937. Folder 6, Box IV:15,
        National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
Equal Rights International. “Resolution Passed at the Council of the Equal Rights International,
        January 6th, 1938,” January 6, 1938. Folder 6, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party
        Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Maitland, Elsie. “Council Meeting Minutes of the Equal Rights International, January 6th,
        1928,” January 6, 1938. Folder 6, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records.
        Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Evans, Dorothy. “Letter from Dorothy Evans (1st Vice Chair, Equal Rights International) to Mrs.
        Stephen Pell (Chair, National Council, National Woman's Party), January 27th, 1938,”
        January 27, 1938. Folder 6, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
---. “Letter from Dorothy Evans (Acting Chair, Equal Rights International) to the International
        Labour Organisation, March 5th, 1938,” March 5, 1938. Folder 6, Box IV:15, National
        Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Equal Rights International. “Press Notice: Why One Law for Mena and Another for Women?,”
        September 12, 1938. Folder 6, Box IV:15, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
World Woman's Party. “Certificate of Incorporation of World Woman's Party, Washington,
        D.C.,” November 19, 1938. Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records.
        Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
National Woman's Party. “Press Release: World Woman's Party, November 20, 1938,”
        November 20, 1938. Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice. “Letter from Alice Paul (Chair of Board of Directors of World Woman's Party)
        Regarding the Committee of One Thousand, December 20, 1938,” December 20, 1938.
        Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of
        Congress, Washington, D.C.
Forrest, Marie Moore. “World Woman's Party: Events at Geneva--Summer of 1939,” 1939.
        Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of
        Congress, Washington, D.C.
Granitsch, Helene. “Letter from Helene Granitsch (Former President of the Woman's Party of
        Austria) to Amy C. Ransome (Assistant Treasurer, World Woman's Party), February 22,
        1939,” February 22, 1939. Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records.
        Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice. “Letter from Alice Paul (World Woman's Party) to Caroline Lexow Babcock, July
        11, 1939,” July 11, 1939. Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records.
        Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
World Woman's Party. “Equality for Women at Meeting of League of Nations Committee on
        "Status of Women",” July 22, 1939. Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party
        Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
---. “A Worldwide Feature of the Blue Network of N.B.C.,” August 1939. Folder 6, Box IV:16,
        National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
---. “World Woman's Pary: List of Board and Affiliates,” August 1939. Folder 6, Box IV:16,
       National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
       Washington, D.C.
World Woman's Party, and Administrative Cousel of the City of Geneva. “Lease,” December 1,
       1939. Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division,
       Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
World Woman's Party. “Letter from World Woman's Party to the Members of the Governing
       Body of the I.L.O.,” February 3, 1940. Folder 6, Box IV:16, National Woman's Party
       Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Wallace, Eileen. “Letter from Eileen Wallace (Honorable Secretary, Irish Federation of
       University Women) to the Committee of Experts on the Status of Women (Geneva, Alva
       belmont House); and, Enclosures: SpeechesDelivered at the Opening Ceremony of the
       World Woman's Party Headquarters, at Geneva, on August 18, 1939, from Madame
Rosalba Charrere of Italy, Patricia Wellington Koo, Lida Gustava Heymann, and M. Jules
Peney of the Administrative Council of the City of Geneva,” April 1, 1940. Folder 6, Box
IV:16, National Woman's Party Records. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
Washington, D.C.
                         National Woman’s Party Papers, microfilm
                  Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C

World Woman’s Party, and Australian Federation of Women Workers. “United Associations of
       Women, Annual Report, 1941.” Typescript, 1941. Series VII, Reel 174, National
       Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
       Washington, D.C.
World Woman’s Party, and Equal Rights International. “Constitution: World Woman’s Party for
       Equal Rights.” Typescript. Geneva, February 28, 1941. Series VII, Reel 174, National
       Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
       Washington, D.C.
“Amy C. Ransome (Assistant Treasurer, WWP) to Alice Paul (Chairman, WWP), 2 October
       1941, Geneva.” Letter. Geneva, October 2, 1941. Series VII, Reel 174, National
       Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
       Washington, D.C.
“Amy C. Ransome (Assistant Treasurer, WWP) to Alice Paul (Chairman, WWP), 28 October
       1941, Pasadena, California.” Letter. Pasadena, Calif., October 28, 1941. Series VII, Reel
       174, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of
       Congress, Washington, D.C.
World Woman’s Party. “Report on I.L.O. Conference, New York and Washington, D.C.,
       October and November 1941.” Typescript. Washington D.C., December 1941. Series
       VII, Reel 174, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library
       of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice. “The Woman’s Party in the International Field.” Typescript, 1945. Series VII, Reel
       175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of
       Congress, Washington, D.C.
Wright, Alice Morgan, Mary Burt Messer, Edith Goode, Margaret C. Williams, and Anita
       Pollitzer. “Resolution Submitted to National Woman’s Party Convention, 19 July 1945.”
       Typescript, July 25, 1945. Series VII, Reel 174, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-
       1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Walker, Amelia Himes. “Mission to First Assembly of the United Nations, London, January -
       February, 1946.” Typescript. London, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s
       Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Alice Paul (Chairman, World Woman’s Party) to J.O.T. Underwood (British Ambassador), 3
       January 1946.” Letter, January 3, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party
       Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
���. “Mission to First Assembly.” Typescript. London, February 1946. Series VII, Reel 174,
       National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
       Washington, D.C.
“Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence (President, World Woman’s Party) to Alice Paul (Chairman,
       World Woman’s Party), 5 February 1946, London.” Letter, February 5, 1946. Series VII,
       Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of
       Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Alice Paul (Chairman, World Women’s Party) to Trygve Lie (Secretary General, UN), 7
       February 1946.” Letter, February 7, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party
       Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Lillian Pascoe Rutter to Alice Paul (Chairman of the World Women’s Party), 19 February 1946,
        London.” Letter. London, February 19, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s
        Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Sub-Committee on Women’s Organizations and the United Nations. “Minutes of a Meeting of
        the Sub-Committee on Women’s Organizations and the United Nations, 11 April 1946,
        R.K.O. Building, New York.” Typescript. New YorK, April 1946. Series VII, Reel 175,
        National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
“Edith Goode (Secretary, WWP) to Alice Morgan Wright (Vice Chairman, WWP), 18 April
        1946, Washington, D.C.” Letter. Washington D.C., April 18, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175,
        National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
“Emily Hickman (Chair, Committee on Women in World Affairs) to Fellow Members of the
        Executive and Washington Committees.” Letter. New Brunswick, N.J., April 20, 1946.
        Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division,
        Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Alice Morgan Wright (Vice Chair, WWP) to Jeanette Marks, 22 April 1946.” Letter, April 22,
        1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Jessie Street (Chairman Ausralian Women’s Charter) to Anita Pollitzer,(Chair, NWP), Sydney,
        23 April 1946.” Letter. Sydney, April 23, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s
        Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Paul, Alice, Alice Morgan Wright, and Edith Goode. “To the President of the United Nations
        Commission on the Status of Women from the World Women’s Party.” Letter, May 1,
        1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Lilian A. Burton (Chair, New York City Committee of the National Woman’s Party) to Trygve
        Lie, (Secretary General of the UN), 6 May 1946, New York.” Letter. New YorK, May 6,
        1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Edith Goode (Secretary,WWP) to Mrs. Frederick B. (Welthy Honsinger) Fisher, 18 May 1946.”
        Letter. Washington, D.C., May 18, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party
        Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Rosika Schwimmer to Alice Paul, 28 May 1946, New York.” Letter. New York, May 28, 1946.
        Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division,
        Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Wright, Alice Morgan. “United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: First Meeting
        Adopts Equality Report.” Typescript. New York, June 1946. Series VII, Reel 175,
        National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
“Edith Goode (Secretary, WWP) to Alice Paul (Chair, WWP), 27 June 1946, New York includes
        Notes of meeting with Economic and Social Council, 21 June 1946.” Letter with
        Enclosure. New York, June 27, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party
        Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Alice Morgan Wright (Vice Chair, WWP) and Edith J. Goode (Secretary, WWP) to John Winat
        (U.S. Delegate to the Economic and Social Council), 17 August 1946, New York.”
        Letter. New York, August 17, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party
        Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Alice Morgan Wright and Edith Goode (Vice Chair and Secretary, WWP) to Friends of Equal
        Rights, 20 August 1946.” Letter. Woodstock, Vt., August 20, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175,
        National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
“Alice Morgan Wright and Edith Goode (Vice Chair and Secretary, WWP) to Alice Paul (Chair,
        WWP), 21 August 1946.” Letter, August 21, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National
        Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress,
        Washington, D.C.
World Woman’s Party. “World Woman’s Party for Equal Rights Application for Consultative
        Status with the Economic and Social Council (E/Form 3).” Form. Washington, D.C.,
        September 9, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974.
        Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Alice Morgan Wright and Edith Goode (Vice Chair and Secretary, WWP) to Walter Kotschnig
        (Assistant Delegate from the U.S. to the Economic and Social Council), 16 September
        1946”. Washington, D.C., September 16, 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s
        Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Hickman, Emily. “Report of Committee on Women in World Affairs, 1945-1946.” Typescript.
        New Brunswick, N.J., December 1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party
        Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Anita Pollitzer (National Chairman, NWP) to Minerva Bernardino (Chairman, Inter-American
        Commission of Women), 9 December 1946.” Letter. Washington, D.C., December 9,
        1946. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Jessie Street (Australia Delegate to the UN Commission on the Status of Women) to Alice Paul
        (Chair, WWP), 22 May 1947, Sydney, Australia.” Letter. Sydney, Australia, May 22,
        1947. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Soubbotitch, Anka. “Progress for Women in the United States.” Typescript, June 1947. Series
        VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library
        of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Liaison Committee of Women’s International Organisations, and Women’s International League
        for Peace and Freedom. “Women in the United Nations.” Report. New York, January
        1948. Series VII, Reel 175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript
        Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Street, Jessie M. G. “Report of the Status of Women Commission, Second Session, 5-19 January
        1948 by the Australian Delegate.” Typescript. New York, January 1948. Series VII, Reel
        175, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of
        Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Hanna Rydh (President, International Alliance of Women) to Alice Morgan Wright (Vice Chair,
        World Woman’s Party), 7 December 1948.” Letter. Stockholm, December 7, 1948. Series
        VII, Reel 176, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library
        of Congress, Washington, D.C.
“Brief Outline of Activities of the World Woman’s Party.” Typescript, 1950. Series VII, Reel
       176, National Woman’s Party Papers, 1913-1974. Manuscript Division, Library of
       Congress, Washington, D.C.

				
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