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Carrie Chapman Lane, 1859–1947, U.S. leader in women's suffrage movements.
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How to use Catt in a sentence
But strange as it may seem, Mr. Catt had the worst time of all.Tabitha at Ivy Hall|Ruth Alberta Brown
In addition Mrs. Catt had no personal financial worries, for her husband, successful in business, was sympathetic to her work.
She urged the candidacy of Mrs. Catt, although her highest ambition had always been to succeed her beloved Aunt Susan.
Carrie Chapman Catt gave every indication of developing into an outstanding executive.
Impatient at what to her seemed unnecessary delay, she kept prodding Mrs. Catt to call this meeting.