Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Carmen Delgado Votaw (1935-2017)
MSA SC 3520-13586


Newspaper and Journal Articles (chronological order)

Halloran, Richard. “23 Leave Committee Over Abzug Dismissal.” New York Times (1923-Current file). January 14, 1979. ProQuest Historical Newspapers.

National Women’s History Project. Women’s History 2014 Gazette Vol. 6.  Accessed August 19, 2015.


Sisters of ‘77. Directed by Cynthia Salzman Mondell and Allen Mondell. Dallas, TX: Circle R Media, 2005. DVD.

Votaw, Carmen Delgado. “Puerto Ricans in Public Service-Washington D.C.” YouTube video, 47:33 (speech starts at 11:39), posted by “Center for Puerto Rican Studies-Centro.” Accessed August 19, 2015.

Votaw, Carmen Delgado. “TOP OF THE MORNING Carmen Delgado Votaw.” Interview with Diana Bailey, YouTube video, 59:31, posted by “Loretto Gubernatis.” December 11, 2014.

Votaw, Carmen Delgado. “Carmen Delgado Votaw: Talks about her work in Washington and the Women’s Movement,” I Care Village video, 7:58. Accessed August 19, 2015.


Votaw, Carmen Delgado. Puerto Rican Women/Mujeres Puertorriqueñas. Washington D.C.: National Conference of Puerto Rican Women, 1995.

Votaw, Carmen Delgado. “Face to Face with Power.” In True to Ourselves, edited by Nancy Neuman, 68-79. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc., 1998.

“Votaw, Carmen Delgado.” In Feminists Who Changed America, 1963-1975, edited by Barbara Love and Nancy Cott, 473. (Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2006).


Carter, Jimmy. “National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1975 Appointment of Members and Presiding Officer of the Commission.” March 28, 1977. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. Accessed August 19, 2015.

“Carmen Delgado Votaw.” In Notable Hispanic American Women. August 20, 1998. Accessed 12 August 2015. Biography Resource Center.

“Carmen Delgado Votaw,” in Marquis Who’s Who™, 2006, Biography Resource Center. Courtesy of the Maryland State Archives.

Vitanova, Dima. “Carmen Delgado Votaw: From An Outstanding Young Latina To An Outspoken Women’s Rights Advocate.” Hispanic Link D.C. (blog). August 6, 2014. Accessed August 19, 2015.

Maryland Women’s Heritage Center. “Executive Board.” Accessed August 19, 2015.

Montgomery County Commission for Women. “40 Women of Historical Significance in Montgomery County: Carmen Delgado Votaw.” Accessed August 19, 2015.

Votaw, Carmen Delgado. “Veteran Feminists of America: Carmen Delgado Votaw Autobiography.” Veteran Feminists of America. Accessed 19 August 2015.

Carmen Delgado Votaw Papers, Hood College Archives.

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