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Letter from Rena M. Green to Minnie Fischer Cunningham
Letter from Rena M. Green to Minnie Fisher Cunningham dated Januray 19, 1918. She recounts the opening of an office, lent by Mr. Chandler, in San Antonio for an unnamed suffragist organization and the...
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.
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.
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Charles A Culberson
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Charles A Culberson disavowing any support for the more radical Women's Party, and expressing her continued support for Democratic party interests and the Women's...
Delegates' Register; Texas Woman Suffrage Association
A registry book for signatures of attendees at the Texas Woman Suffrage Association, organized by county.
Letter to the Editor, Houston Post
Letter to the editor of Houston Post from Minnie Fisher Cunningham refuting criticisms against the Texas Equal Suffrage association because they employ men. She explains that the Texas Equal Suffrage association...
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 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....
Cunningham, Minnie Fisher
A letter from Belle C. Critchett to Minnie Fisher Cunningham regarding the fundraising efforts for Suffrage as well as Belle Critchett's health and the state of the El Paso suffrage league.
Photo of Municipal Base Hospital
"Municipal Base Hospital" 322 S. Santa Rosa Ave., San Antonio, photographed May 31, 1917, showing women entering to be inspected by Dr. W. A. King and other physicians employed by the city, an Army surgeon...
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.
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
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.
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Mrs. Ransons
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Mrs. Ransons telling her about visitor Frances E. Brewer and their speaking dates that they had with the mayor and at 2 different theaters.
At the door of Woodrow Wilson
An editorial from the Dallas Dispatch about giving this country equal rights for women.
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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