Carrie Chapman Catt Childhood Home
The struggle for the vote
was an effort to bring men
to feel less superior and
women to feel less inferior.

Carrie Chapman Catt, 1924
Carrie Chapman Catt, ca. 1895. 
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The Carrie Chapman Catt Home at sunrise. 
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Her efforts ensured equal voting rights for women in America.
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Carrie Lane Chapman Catt Childhood Home Restoration Project
The National 19th Amendment Society
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Charles City, IA 50616      Phone: (641) 228-3336

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