Researching Alice Paul

Website Links

Conversations with Alice Paul An online oral history interview conducted with Alice Paul in 1976. A great source!
The Herstory Scrapbook Over 3,000 articles from the New York Times, from 1917-1920, on the issue of women's suffrage! An excellent collection of primary resources conveniently put together in a digital scrapbook. 
Votes for Women Library of Congress suffrage books and pamphlets.
Suffrage Pictures Library of Congress suffrage photos.
American Women A "gateway" to women's history resources at the Library of Congress.
Project Gutenberg:
Jailed for Freedom
 At this site you can find the entire book, Jailed for Freedom, an excellent, eyewitness account of the picketing campaign and prison experiences, written by suffragist Doris Stevens.
The History of Woman Suffrage
Vol. 1-6
Digital copies of all six volumes of the series The History of Woman Suffrage.  A wonderful primary source!
New York Times
The New York Times Archive (1851-1980). Search for "Alice Paul," "women's suffrage," "19th Amendment," or "National Woman's Party" the National Women's History Project
House & Museum
 headquarters of the National Woman's Party
Alice Paul:
We Want to Vote
a play about Alice Paul
Alice Paul March view photos of the Alice Paul Memorial March, Washington, DC, 1977 by feminist scholar and author Jo Freeman. the official Iron Jawed Angels movie site.
New Jersey Women's History a resource for students, teachers, and all interested people who want to know more about the history of New Jersey women. 
Equal Rights Amendment created by API and the ERA Task Force of the National Council for Women's Organizations.
ERA Campaign Network learn what is happening with the ERA today. National Women's Hall of Fame.
NOW South Jersey Chapter the National Organization for Women, Alice Paul chapter.
National Collaborative for Women's History Sites representing a network of women's history sites across the nation.
National Council of Women's Organizations umbrella organization for over 200 women's organizations.


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Alice Paul Archives

The Alice Paul Archives are available to the public for research. The collection includes original The Suffragist and Equal Rights newspapers, photographs, and Alice Paul's personal books. This collection focuses heavily on the Equal Rights Amendment with letters of support (and opposition), pamphlets, and congressional responses. If you would like to conduct research at Paulsdale please contact us at 856-231-1885 or to set up a meeting time. A finding aid will be provided for you and a staff member will be available to retrieve those items you wish to see.

             Alice Paul's Book Collection (PDF)

API Women's History Library
Researchers are welcome to visit Paulsdale's growing library room with books on Alice Paul, suffrage, New Jersey history, and women's history.

Click here for a list of titles in our library (PDF)



Bibliography (PDF)
A list of books, articles and other sources on Alice Paul. Be sure to check out our gift shop with books and DVDs on Alice Paul.



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