Interview with Carrie T. Pollitzer

Title

Interview with Carrie T. Pollitzer

Interviewee

Carrie T. Pollitzer

Interviewer

Constance Myers

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Abstract

IN PROCESSING

Suffragette, teacher, social worker, and sister of Mabel Pollitzer (1885-1979) who was 92 years old at the time of the interview, Carrie T. Pollitzer (1881-1974) describes the suffrage booths she helped set up in Charleston’s city streets, her work as a kindergarten teacher in the city, and her work to have women admitted to the formerly all-male College of Charleston in 1918. She also discusses her childhood, work with kindergarten Children’s Festival and her position as board member for the Charleston Federation of Women’s Club.

Publication Date

9-26-1973

Unique Identifier

OH 032

Format

1 Cassette

Length

1 hour

Restrictions

This interview is not open for use.

Series

Politics

Disciplines

Oral History

Keywords

Children's Festival, Charleston Federation of Women's Club, College of Charleston, Women's Suffrage Movement

Interview with Carrie T. Pollitzer

LC Subject Headings

Pollitzer, Carrie T. -- Childhood and youth, Women kindergarten teachers -- South Carolina -- Charleston, Suffragists -- South Carolina -- Charleston, Women -- Suffrage, College of Charleston, Coeducation, Children's festivals -- South Carolina -- Charleston, Charleston Federation of Women's Clubs (Charleston, S.C.)

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