Letter from Joseph M. Carey to Carrie Chapman Catt, December 28, 1916

Carey describes to prominent suffragist Carrie Chapman Catt his involvement in women's suffrage efforts over the years, voices his support for suffrage, explains his view of current national climate on suffrage, and expresses his disagreement with the current strategy by suffragists to gain federal ratification. Carey mentions the Hughes Alliance. President Woodrow Wilson opposed women's suffrage on the federal level. His opponent, Republican candidate Charles Evans Hughes, endorsed a national amendment for suffrage.

Resource Identifier
Carey family papers, Collection No. 1212, Box 13, Folder 11, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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