Questionnaire for the Department of Americanization, 1922
Broadside, Be an Intelligent Voter, 1920
One of the most important roles of the League of Women Voters is non-partisan political education. In 1920, after women received the vote, the League sought to educate women for their new role by setting up “citizenship schools,” which were maintained throughout the decade. The League sponsored registration drives, conducted house-to-house canvassing, and distributed information to election workers and citizens. As shown by this questionnaire, the League also became concerned with the political education of recent immigrants, who thronged New Jersey's cities during this period.