Scope and arrangement
The National American Woman Suffrage Association records consist of correspondence, reports, press releases, scrapbooks, photographs, and printed matter concerning passage of the federal suffrage movement, the international suffrage movement and World War I activities. Correspondence includes letters from congressmen, state governors, officials of state suffrage organizations, and officials of various public and private organizations in foreign countries. Topics covered are women's suffrage, the social and political status of women, women's war work, and conditions in military field hospitals in France. Also, press releases of NAWSA and the New York State Woman Suffrage Party, clippings, and scrapbooks containing photographs, letters and printed ephemera.