National Woman's Party Papers, 1913-1974 . Sanford, North Carolina: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1977-1979.
MIC FLM HQ 1904 N37X 179 reels. 35 mm.
Documents the history of the National Woman's Party (NWP), an American political organization founded by Alice Paul and devoted to the attainment of equal rights for women. Material in the collection traces the NWP's ten year alliance (1928-1939) with the Inter-American Commission of Women, its involvement with the International Labor Organization, and the formation and operation of the NWP's international branch, the World Woman's Party.
Collection is organized into seven series and an addendum: Series I Correspondence, 1913-1974.
Series II Minutes.
Series III Legal Papers, 1914-1971.
Series IV Financial Records, 1912-1966.
Series V Printed Materials, 1850-1972.
Series VI Photographs, 1912-1970.
Series VII World Woman's Party Papers, 1938-1959. Addendum, 1912-1972.
MIC FLM HQ 1904 N37X GUIDE
National Woman's Party Papers: A Guide to the Microform Collection. ed. by Thomas C. Pardo. Sanford, NC: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1979. National Woman's Party Papers: The Suffrage Years. ed. by Donald L. Haggerty. Sanford, NC: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1981.
National Woman's Party--Archives--Microforms Catalogs.
Microfilming Corporation of America--Microform Catalogs.
National Woman's Party--History