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Document about members of House committee
This document describes the attitudes that several congressmen hold towards womens' suffrage.
Document about primary suffrage bill
Document in support of a partial suffrage bill to allow women to vote in the Texas Primary elections as part of a war measure. The document explains that a similar war measure was passed in Arkansas in...
Document about womens' suffrage
This document contains passages from various Texas newspapers and individuals concerning the womens' suffrage movement.
Document about womens' suffrage movement in Texas
The document originated from Austin, Texas. Document tells of the conversion of Senator O.S. Lattimore of Fort Worth. He had been a strong opponent of women's suffrage but he changed his mind after the...
Document written by Walter Clark
This is a typewritten document composed by Walter Clark in which he discusses the status of African-American voters in comparison to white women voters and the overwhelming voting suffrage restrictions...
Documents about discussion of womens' suffrage amendment
Two documents originated from Austin, Texas that discuss the Amendment to give women the vote in State Primary elections.
Donna Roberts Pamphlet
Pamphlet advertising Donna Roberts, a financial campaign director.
E. P. Reppert, Mrs.
Clipping of article and photograph from the Dallas Craftsman of Mrs. E. P. Reppert, Press chairman of Equal Suffrage association.
Edith H. League, Mrs.
A letter between Lena Ledbetter and Edith League regarding both paying dues to the suffrage league as well as the anti-vice and pro-suffrage efforts in Texas. Additionally the letter references personal...
Editorial page of the Evening Journal
An editorial page featuring articles in favor of prohibition and women's suffrage. The main article is entitled "A fight of twenty years, for women and against whiskey". In particular it features a large...
Edna Annette Beveridge
Typed letter to Edna Annette Beveridge regarding the vote of the Texas soldiers.
Edna E. Beveridge
Typed letter to Edna Annette Beveridge regarding the need for the votes of Texas soldiers deployed for World War I.
Edwin Y. Webb
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Edwin Y. Webb asking for him to vote for the Susan B. Anthony Suffrage Amendment.
Equal Franchise League of El Paso Resolution
A copy of a resolution denouncing the suffragist group the "Silent Pickets" protesting in Washington D.C.
Executive Board member
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to the executive board members of the Texas Equal Suffrage association. The letter regards the state of the fundraising campaign for suffrage and Minnie's proposal...
Expense account Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Galveston, TX to Washington, D.C. and letter to Mrs. Emma Winner Rogers
Expense account for Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Galveston, Texas to Washington, D.C. There is also a letter to Mrs. Emma Winner Rogers concerning sending the check to her Washington address rather than...
A letter between E. League and Mrs. Fain, written on behalf of Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The letter references the health of Minnie Fisher Cunningham's mother, the Spanish flu, and personal information...
Federal Amendment Slip
Printed paper slip promoting pamphlets and flier information available discussing women suffrage reasons that constitutional amendment was needed.
Fifth Liberty Loan Drive Letter
This letter is written by the State Chairman of the Woman's Liberty Loan Committee.
Fight for woman suffrage
An article in support of women's suffrage by demonstrating that if women are required to obey the law they should have a hand in writing it.
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