Interview with Mabel Pollitzer

Title

Interview with Mabel Pollitzer

Interviewee

Mabel Pollitzer

Interviewer

Constance Myers

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Abstract

IN PROCESSING

Teacher, civic worker, suffragette from Charleston, and sister of Carrie T. Pollitzer, Mabel Pollitzer recollects her work as a teacher for fifty years at Meminger High School, her participation on library and museum boards, her and her sister’s involvement and participation in the Women Suffrage Movement and the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), and memories of Alice Paul and other suffrage leaders. She also discusses her childhood, efforts to pass legislation for construction of a library in Charleston, Sue Frost and the Charleston Split.

Publication Date

9-5-1973

Unique Identifier

OH 031

Format

5 Cassettes

Length

7 hours, 30 minutes

Restrictions

This interview is not open for use.

Series

Politics

Keywords

Women's Suffrage Movement, ERA, Charleston Library, Sue Frost, Charleston Split

Disciplines

Oral History

Notes

Additional interview dates are September 19, 1973 and June 16, 1974.

Interview with Mabel Pollitzer

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