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War Work Bulletin number 63
This newsletter reports on the efforts of the Young Women's Christian Association to promote domestic work.
Shall the Women's Vote be Thrown Out?
Article about protection of women's voting rights. Article mentions that the case Chambliss Vs. Childers turns on the constitutionality of the right of women to vote in the primary. The article characterises...
Texas Soldiers Are Disfranchised; Why not Enfranchise their Mothers?
Article about women's suffrage in Texas. The article recounts how Arkansas has already granted women the partial vote at primary elections. It also mentions that President Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic...
Article about women's suffrage
Article points out that German citizens in Texas are allowed to vote in the July 1918 primaries, but women are still denied the vote. The article insists that the equal suffrage be passed as a war measure....
Article about Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Article about Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunnigham's campaign to pass a suffrage amendment to the state constitution. The campaign will largely be an educational one, with speakers sent to every part of the state....
Letter to Mr. Marcellus E. Foster
Letter to Marcellus E. Foster, Editor of the Houston Chronicle, from Mrs.Minnie Fisher Cunningham concerning an editorial article that was included in a Houston edition of the Houston Chronicle that was...
World War I Article
This front-page story describes America's entrance into World War I.
Call Issued to Halt Action on Woman Suffrage.
Article arguing against women's right to vote in Texas. The article argues that Texans voted down women's suffrage at the ballots and that Texas is not willing for other suffrage states to force women...
Article about Hortense Ward
Article about Mrs. Hortense Ward and Thomas B. Love, who will speak at a meeting in the Dallas City hall to stimulate interest in the equal suffrage campaign. Clipping includes a photgraph of Mrs. Ward....
Article about suffrage leaders' trip to Austin
Article about Mrs. Hortense Ward and Minnie Fisher Cunningham's trip to Austin during a special session of the legislature. Their efforts will concentrate on an amendment prepared by Judge Ocie Speer granting...
Article about registration of women voters in Texas
The article is accompanied by a letter to Sister Edith from Sister E.M.S.
Article about gubernatorial election
This article encourages the women of Texas to vote for Governor Hobby in the next election.
Collection of Woman's Suffrage Newspaper Clippings in The Worcester Evening Post
This is a collection of various woman's suffrage news-related newspaper clippings that were printed in the Massachusetts newspaper The Worcester Evening Post. Among the clippings is a suffrage-related...
National Service School for Women Article
Newspaper article and photo of camp of the National Service School for Women
Woman's Hosptial Unit Article
This article describes an all-women's hospital unit sent to France.
Woman's suffrage result of education
A rebuttle to an article opposing women's suffrage presented by Mrs. S. L. Robertson. This article takes the perspective of a Southern woman's arguments in favor of suffrage and refutes arguments that...
Splendid argument against women's suffrage
A newspaper article arguing that voting and politics is not part of women's work and that it isn't necessary for their role in society. The article prints the paper read by Mrs. S. L. Robertson at a joint...
Women eligible for most offices in Texas
An article in favor of women's suffrage and citing the civic positions women already can and do hold.
A persuasive article supporting the importance of the state suffrage movements as opposed to the national suffrage movement. The article asserts that only through state campaigning does the national movement...
Women as "Flappers"
Article repudiating the claim that 55% of America's women were "idle flappers". The article goes on to defend the contributions of all American women to society.
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