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A. L. Guerard, Mrs.
A linked pair of letters between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and A. L. Guerard. Of particular interest is Minnie's description of the challenges facing suffrage when the officers for the leagues have domestic...
A letter regarding Minnie's interest in "war work", charity work benefiting World War I.
State Chairman of Loan Makes Report
Newspaper clipping titled "State Chairman of Loan Makes Report: Mrs. Minnie Fischer Cunningham Gives Women's Totals for 114 Counties."
The War Ended: The New Life Begins
Hand-written manuscript that recounts the events of Minnie Fisher Cunningham's family during the years after the end of the Civil War. She writes of her father's plan to increase his land holdings to grow...
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...
Untitled Typed Manuscript
Typewritten manuscript recalling Minnie Fisher Cunningham's childhood years on Fisher Farms. The manuscript describes some of the characters that populated the farm. It also recounts visitors to farm from...
Image of Women's Liberty Loan Committee
Image of Woman's Liberty Loan Committee logo, a bronze liberty bell.
Photo of Kaufman's Main Liquor House
Photo of Kaufman's Main Liquor House on 1221 East Front Street, Fort Worth, Texas.
Correspondence between Woodrow Wilson, Minnie Fisher Cunningham, & Elizabeth Potter
This collection of documents includes letters and telegrams concerning the efforts of those involved to attain women's suffrage.
First Service Star
Pamphlet of the First Service Star promoting Liberty Bonds.
Letter to Suffragists from Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to suffragists from Minnie Fisher Cunningham explaining how Germany is wrong in her mad intention in setting up a military despotism and bringing ideas of democratic government. So she says if a...
This biography, written by Minnie Fisher Cunningham, chronicles the life and adventures of Sallie Comer Fisher, Cunningham's mother. The book begins with a foreward laying out the setting for the book:...
Subject and Scope of Proposed Book
This is a book proposal by Minnie Fisher Cunningham about the life and amazing times of her mother, Sallie Comer Fisher. The book will consist of twelve chapters and be of interest to local historians....
Women's Liberty Loan Committee Letter to Mrs. Hobby
This letter requests that Mrs. W. P. Hobby serves on the Woman's Liberty Loan Committee.
Letter to Captain Sackett
Letter to Captain Sackett thanking him for his past record of support. The letter reminds him that the Democratic Platform of the state includes a promise of support for women's suffrage, which nothing...
Texas Woman's Christian Temperance Union - Thirty-fifth Annual Convention
Pamphlet and agenda for the Texas Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Thirty-fifth Annual Convention. Includes correspondence to Woodrow Wilson to prohibit the production of malt and vinous liquors.
Letter to Senator J. C. McNealus
This is an open letter typewritten letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Senator J.C. McNealus in which Mrs. Cunningham challenges the Senator's recent political actions and his positions, ones that...
Texas Social Hygene Association Letter (2)
Letter to Miss M. Eleanor Brackenridge, from Minnie Fisher Cunningham, forwarded to Mrs. E.M. Speer, concerning the dissolving of the Texas Women's Anti-Vice Committee and the creation of its successor,...
Letter to Mrs. Catt
Typed letter to the national president relaying the Texas chapter position and accomplishments for the year. Mrs. Cunningham assured Mrs. Catt that the Texas chapter was in alignment with the national...
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