Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Madeleine L. Ellicott (1856-1945)
MSA SC 3520-13598

Sources:

Newspaper articles (listed in chronological order):

Suffrage

"Women Force Their Claims on Senate; Suffragists, after Parade from Hyattsville, Invade Capital at Washington." Baltimore Sun, August 1, 1913.

"Suffragists on Parade; March of Just Government League Delegation Cheered." Baltimore Sun, May 10, 1914.

"Suffragists Combine; Dove of Peace Reigns at Conference of Leading Groups; Working Alliance Formed." Baltimore Sun, January 28, 1915.

"Maryland Suffragists Will Be At Victory Rally." Baltimore Sun, January 25, 1920.

"Women's Voters' League Organization Is Begun." Baltimore Sun, June 11, 1920.

"Suffragists Pleased With Election Ruling; Local Leaders Plan For Active Part In Campaign If They Get Vote." Baltimore Sun, August 14, 1920.

"Suffrage Leader Calls On Women To Register; Mrs. Charles E. Ellicott Urges Suffragists To Set Good Example In Use Of Their Vote." Baltimore Sun, August 21, 1920.

"To Attend Meeting of Women's League; Maryland Delegates Leave Tonight For Discussion of Politics in New York Conference."  Baltimore Sun, November 14, 1920.

Scarborough, Katherine. "Why Don't Maryland Women Vote?: "Husband Won't Let Me," Many Give As Their Reason For Staying Away From Polls. Indifference A Big Factor." Baltimore Sun, October 28, 1923.

Children's Playground Association

Ellicott, Madeleine LeMoyne. "
Many More Play Stations For Children Could Be Provided At Small Expense." Baltimore Sun, May 3, 1914.

"
Hundreds Of Happy Children In City's Recreation Centers Are Result Of Work Of Children's Playground Association." Baltimore Sun, October 26, 1919.

"Recreation Planned for 200,000 Children; Playground Association and Public Athletic League Amalgamated." Baltimore Sun, November 15, 1921.

Books:

Luckett, Margie H. Maryland Women. Baltimore: Margie H. Luckett, 1931.

Stegman, Carolyn B. Women of Achievement in Maryland History. University Park: Women of Achievement in Maryland History, 2002.

Other Sources:

League of Women Voters. (http://www.lwv.org/)

League of Women Voters of Maryland. (http://www.lwvmd.org/)
 

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