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October 16, 1917
April 16, 1919
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Exner, m.j., m.d.
Hobby, William P.
Ledbetter, Lena Dancy
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Sixteen Causes of War
University of Chicago War Papers #4. The pamphlet discusses the charges against Germany and Germany's role in the war.
Jonathan's Night Shirt:A Farce in One Act
A one act farce dealing with the suffrage issue.
The Girl from Colorado: or The Conversion of Aunt Suffridge
A three act short play for Suffrage propoganda.
Uncle Sam's Daughters and What They Have Done: A Pictorial Fantasy in One Act and Oner Scene
A pictorial fantasy in one act and one scene in favor of suffrage.
Back of the Ballot: A Woman Suffrage Farce in One Act
A women's suffrage one act farce printed by the Samuel French Company. According to the playwrite, it was written as pro-suffrage propoganda.
Delegates' Register; Texas Woman Suffrage Association
A registry book for signatures of attendees at the Texas Woman Suffrage Association, organized by county.
News Letter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense
Newsletter #16. The newsletter describes war efforts and programs of women around the country.
Working with senators, letter
A handwritten letter recording her work with Senators regarding suffrage.
The Present Campaign: Food Administration; The World's Food Shortage; and The American Way
This pamphlet contains the addresses about food shortages that Herbert Hoover made before the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Smithsonian Institute.
A request for more suffragettes to picket the White House, sent by Alice Paul to Elizabeth Herndon Potter. On the back is a handwritten note by Elizabeth Herndon Potter regarding the Alice Paul letter....
Mother's clarion call
An anti-vice address penned by Lena Ledbetter, specifically arguing the importance for mothers to work towards eliminating legalized prostitution and alcohol, and referencing the power of women to change...
A letter from Elizabeth Fain to Minnie Fisher Cunningham asking her to come speak at the Suffrage school because she wants representation from Southern women, rather than just Northern women, as speakers....
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Hand-written letter from Mrs. E.A. Lelly to Minnie Fisher Cunningham about a petition for women's suffrage from the men and women of Frio County.
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.
Pamphlet outlining a mother's role in the education of her daughters concerning the process of reproduction. Includes topics of age-appropriate discussions.
Standard Statistics of Prostitution, Gonorrhea, Syphillis
Publication outlining statistics related to prostitution and venereal disease in the United States
Letter to Elizabeth Potter from J. P. Tumulty
Letter to Elizabeth Potter from J. P. Tumulty sending thanks from the President over a message that was given of the result in Texas.
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:...
Friend or Enemy? To the Men of the Army and Navy
Pamphlet written by M.J. Exner, M.D., Secretary International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations
The Abercrombie Family Scatters
This hand-written manuscript chronicles that life and times of Grandmother Minerva Abercrombie in the years after the Civil War. As a girl, Minerva left South Carolina to go to school in Philadelphia,...
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