Emma Wold (died 1950) was an American suffragist. She was president of the College Equal Suffrage Association in Oregon, and later served as the headquarters secretary of the National Woman's Party.
In 1918 she ran for the Oregon House of Representatives, but lost.
She wrote the foreword to a 1928 collection of nationality laws as impacted by marriage for the House of Representatives Committee on Immigration and Naturalization.
She also worked as a lawyer and a teacher, and a Sunday school clerk and superintendent.
Wold died on July 21, 1950.
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