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"Correspondence, May 1916", Item 003

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National American Woman Suffrage Association BRANCH OF INTERNATIONAL WOMAN SUFFRAGE ALLIANCE AND OF NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN HONORARY PRESIDENT DR. ANNA HOWARD SHAW, 171 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK PRESIDENT MRS. CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT, 171 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK 1ST VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. FRANK M. ROESSING MUNSEY BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D.C. 2ND VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. STANLEY MCCORMICK 171 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK 3RD VICE-PRESIDENT MISS ESTHER G. OGDEN 171 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK TREASURER MRS. HENRY WADE ROGERS 171 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK CORRESPONDING SECRETARY MISS HANNAH J. PATTERSON 171 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK RECORDING SECRETARY MRS. JAMES W. MORRISSON 719 RUSH STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. 1ST AUDITOR MRS. WALTER MCNAB MILLER COLUMBIA, MISSOURI 2ND AUDITOR MRS. PATTIE RUFFNER JACOBS ALTAMONT ROAD, BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN MRS. FRANK M. ROESSING HEADQUARTERS, MUNSEY BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D.C. NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS 171 MADISON AVENUE NEW YORK TELEPHONE, 4818 MURRAY HILL THE NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION was organized in 1890 as a merger of two former associations organized respectively in 1869 and 1870. It is a federation of state organizations. The object, according to its constitution, is "to secure suffrage for women by appropriate national and state legislation." It has never endorsed any other issue. It is a strictly non-partisan organization, never having espoused or opposed any party as such.