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From Japan to Jerusalem: Personal Impressions of Journeyings in the Orient
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written by Christine Isabel Tinling, 1869-1943 (New York, NY: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1926), 146 page(s)
written by Christine Isabel Tinling, 1869-1943 (New York, NY: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1926), 146 page(s)
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Life Stories of Native Helpers, in India, Ceylon, China, Japan, Africa, Turkey, Mexico, the Balkans
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(Boston, MA: Woman's Board of Missions, 1917, originally published 1917), 63 page(s)
This is a 63-page book of biographies written by members of the Woman's Board of Missions. It profiles the conversion to Christianity and missionary work of women from several countries, including India, Japan, China, Turkey, Mexico, and South Africa. The women profiled include Mary Achimuttu Chellayah, Koume Sumi...
(Boston, MA: Woman's Board of Missions, 1917, originally published 1917), 63 page(s)
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Carrie Chapman Catt to Rosika Schwimmer, New York, 13 January 1913
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written by Carrie Chapman Catt, 1859-1947 (Magyar Nemzeti Levéltár Országos Levéltára [National Archives of Hungary – National Archives], P999 Feministák Egyesülete [Feminist Association], Box 25 Folder 49) (13 January 1913) , 9 page(s)
KEYWORDS: Women Interacting with Women, Social Movements, and Other Actors Beyond Empire; Carrie Chapman Catt; Peace and War, International Governance, and International Law; Balkan Wars 1912 and 1913; Women and Nation within Empire; Božena Viková-Kunĕtická; Political and Human Rights; Suffrage; Man Suffragist...
written by Carrie Chapman Catt, 1859-1947 (Magyar Nemzeti Levéltár Országos Levéltára [National Archives of Hungary – National Archives], P999 Feministák Egyesülete [Feminist Association], Box 25 Folder 49) (13 January 1913) , 9 page(s)
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Call to the Seventh Conference of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, draft, 1912
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(Magyar Nemzeti Levéltár Országos Levéltára [National Archives of Hungary – National Archives], P999 Feministák Egyesülete [Feminist Association], Box 25 Folder 49) (1912) , 2 page(s)
KEYWORDS: Women Interacting with Women, Social Movements, and Other Actors Beyond Empire; Political and Human Rights; Suffrage; Seventh Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance IWSA, Budapest, 15-21 June 1913; Prospective Delegates from Egypt, India, Burmah (Myanmar), China, Japan, The Philippines; Ha...
(Magyar Nemzeti Levéltár Országos Levéltára [National Archives of Hungary – National Archives], P999 Feministák Egyesülete [Feminist Association], Box 25 Folder 49) (1912) , 2 page(s)
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Carrie Chapman Catt to Vilma Glücklich and Rosika Schwimmer, Batavia, Java, 15 April 1912
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written by Carrie Chapman Catt, 1859-1947 (Magyar Nemzeti Levéltár Országos Levéltára [National Archives of Hungary – National Archives], P999 Feministák Egyesülete [Feminist Association], Box 25 Folder 49) (15 April 1912) , 2 page(s)
DESCRIPTION: In this handwritten letter from Java, Carrie Chapman Catt writes to Vilma Glücklich and Rosika Schwimmer. She reports receiving a letter from Glücklich. Glücklich referenced a letter Schwimmer sent Catt, but Catt did not receive Schwimmer’s letter nor recent issues of Jus Suffragii, the periodica...
written by Carrie Chapman Catt, 1859-1947 (Magyar Nemzeti Levéltár Országos Levéltára [National Archives of Hungary – National Archives], P999 Feministák Egyesülete [Feminist Association], Box 25 Folder 49) (15 April 1912) , 2 page(s)
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THE GROWING FAMILY OF THE W.I.D.F.
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in Women of the Whole World, No. 5, May, 1958, p. 15 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1958, originally published 1958), 1 page(s)
Report on the increasing worldwide membership of the WIDF, especially in Asia and Africa. First image captioned: "The Second Congress of the National Federation of Indian Women (JUNE 1957) at which they decided to affiliate to the W.I.D.F." The second image captioned: "The Festival of the Union of Sudanese Women,...
in Women of the Whole World, No. 5, May, 1958, p. 15 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1958, originally published 1958), 1 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 164, novembre 1890
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edited by Maria Martin, 1839-1910, in La Citoyenne, No. 164, November, 1890 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1890), 4 page(s)
La Citoyenne was a French feminist newspaper, founded, funded, and edited by Hubertine Auclert, with the primary aim of promoting women’s suffrage. Auclert, the leader of France’s fledgling suffrage movement from 1880 to her death in 1914, lived in Algeria from 1888-1892. This experience intensified and shaped...
edited by Maria Martin, 1839-1910, in La Citoyenne, No. 164, November, 1890 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1890), 4 page(s)
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L'Egyptienne: revue mensuelle: féminisme, sociologie, arts [
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edited by Ceza Nabaraouy-Neguib, fl. 1930, in L'Égyptienne, Volume 12, Number 130, February 1937 (Cairo, Cairo Governorate: Egyptienne, 1937), 47 page(s)
edited by Ceza Nabaraouy-Neguib, fl. 1930, in L'Égyptienne, Volume 12, Number 130, February 1937 (Cairo, Cairo Governorate: Egyptienne, 1937), 47 page(s)
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Beyond Promises: Governments in Motion One Year after the Beijing Women's Conference, September 1996
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written by Women's Environment and Development Organization (New York, NY: Women's Environment and Development Organization, 1996), 92 page(s)
'Beyond Promises: Governments in Motion One Year after the Beijing Women's Conference, September 1996' is a progress report on some 51 governments, and the Caribbean region and Pacific Island states.
written by Women's Environment and Development Organization (New York, NY: Women's Environment and Development Organization, 1996), 92 page(s)
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edited by Annie Besant, 1847-1933, in The Commonweal: A Journal of National Reform for God, Crown and Country, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 2, 1914 (Chennai, Tamil Nadu: Ganesh & Co., 1914), 26 page(s)
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