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Letter from Mrs. Hortense Ward
Letter from Mr. Hortense Ward, President of the Harris County Equal Suffrage Association, to Minnie Fisher Cunnigham , dated March 31, 1919. She recounts efforts taken thus far to sway the election on...
Letter to Mrs. J.J. Hardin, Dallas Equal Suffrage Association. Refers to Mrs. I. Jalonick, President of the Dallas Equal Suffrage Association. Enclosed is a copy of a letter from Mr. M.H. Wolfe, Chairman...
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 from Minnie Fischer Cunningham
Letter from Marie Fischer Cunningham to Texas Suffragist dated July 21, 1917 urging a letter writing campaign to counter the funding cuts to the University of Texas Department of Home Economics.
Letter from Minnie Fischer Cunngiham
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Texas Suffragists dated July 18, 1917 concerning the creation of "Suffrage Soldier" Comittee to keep soldiers in contact with families in the towns where they are...
Letter to Rena Maverick Green
Letter to Rena Maverick Green from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham dated Januray 2, 1918. She addresses the cause for delay in getting an organizer in San Antonio. She gives instructions regarding pledges that...
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.
Letters regarding efforts to clean up vice surrounding military camps
Series of letters from Secretray of War Baker, Minnie Fisher Cunningham, and Mrs. Elizabeth M. Speer concerning efforts to clean up vice in the areas surrounding military camps.
Report on Fort Worth
Report on various public-health issues in Fort Worth and Camp Bowie, with a focus on prostitution and venereal disease.
Letter to Governor W.P. Hobby
Two versions of a letter to Governor W.P. Hobby accepting appointment as member from Galveston on State Military Welfare Commission, as written by hand, by Mrs. Cunningham.
Press Release, September 1917
Note to the Associated Press, including a copy of a letter sent to members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association.
Brackenridge, Miss M.
A letter updating Miss M. Brackenridge on the work Minnie Fisher Cunnigham has been doing for suffrage, for World War I and for ant-vice.
Red Heard, Ethel L.
A letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham written as her first letter as the head of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association. This letter discusses, in particular, the self sacrifice week where suffragists deny...
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...
Green, Rena Maverick, Mrs.
A letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Rena Maverick Green responding to her letter, which is attached. The letters regarding the efforts of the San Antonio suffrage association. It also references,...
A letter regarding Minnie's interest in "war work", charity work benefiting World War I.
State Prison Commission Letters
A series of letters between Mr. Chas S. Fowler and Minnie Fischer Cunningham concerning the appointment of Mrs. Harriet Nelson Leary as a member of the Prison Board. Mr. Fowler includes a letter he drafted...
Correspondance with Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick
Correspondance with Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick of the War Department, discussing the fate of prostitutes following the outlawing of prostitution in several Texas cities.
Mrs. Cunningham Texas Chairman in Liberty Loan
Newspaper clipping titled "Mrs. Cunningham Texas Chairman in Liberty Loan ."
Prison Reform Letters
Series of letters between Mrs. T. A. Coleman and Minnie Fisher Cunningham concerning the need for prison reform and the desire to have a woman on the Board of Prison Commissioners.
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