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Friends of the Waco Equal Suffrage Association
Fundraising letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to the Waco Equal Suffrage Association.
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Handwritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham seeking advice as to what else she can do for the cause.
Letter to Mrs. Edward F. Harris from the Headquarters Secretary
In this letter, the Headquarters Secretary congratulates Mrs. Edward F. Harris for recovering from her illness and informs her of Minnie Fisher Cunningham's grippe. The letter writer also pleads that Mrs....
Letter about Brownsville Equal Suffrage League
Letter describing the youngest and best loved child, the Brownsville Equal Suffrage League. They will be working on conservation and thrift efforts for the first few months. Letter request that conservation...
Letter to Mrs. H.P. Corbin
Letter explains that while Mr. Turell personally supports women's suffrage, the Good Government League strongly supports Prohibition as its primary plank, and is not interested in divisive issues such...
Letter from Arthur H. Smith dated June 2, 1917
Letter from Arthur H. Smith to Minnie Fisher Cunningham praising attempts to create a "White Zone" around army camps.
Letter from J. W. Hoopes
Letter from J. W. Hoopes, Deputy Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, to Minnie Fischer Cunningham dated October 31, 1917. Mr. Hoopes writes to thank Mrs. Cunningham and all the other speakers...
Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter from Marguerite Davis to Minnie Fisher Cunningham expressing dismay over the reaction to the Suffrage Bill in the Texas House of Representatives. It also discusses other relevent political issues...
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.
Food Supply Efforts Letter
Letter from Minnie Fischer Cunnigham to fellow members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association concerning two ways in which to increase food supplies: forming garden clubs and the elimination of waste....
M. Eleanor Brackenridge
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to M. Eleanor Brackenridge regarding the financial needs of the Texas suffrage associations.
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...
Texas Social Hygene Association Letter (1)
Letter from the Headquarters Secretary to Miss M. Eleanor Brackenridge, Hon. Pres., Texas Equal Suffrage Association concerning the dissolving of the Texas Women's Anti-Vice Committee and the creation...
Letter to our Presidents
Letter from the National American Woman Suffrage Association to our Presidents concerning the opening of congress. The letter writer makes an appeal to congress for the federal amendment about Woman's...
Soldier Rations Letter
Letter from the National Woman's Liberty Loan Committee explaining in detail the rations supplied to soldiers.
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter giving instructions to have county papers advertise speaking engagements in the following towns: McClennen, Refugio, DeWitt, Galveston, San Patricio, Wharton, Matagorda, Nueces, Goliad, Victoria...
Letter to Vinnie from Edith Hinkle League
Letter in which Edith Hinkle League wishes Vinnie to ask Minnie Fisher Cunningham for instructions about the San Antonio pledges, refusing to act without Mrs. Cunningham's approval. She is anxious after...
Letter to Sister E.
Letter thanking Sister E. for sending a checkbook. Enclosed are some names for the suffrage route. Plans to be in Seguin by Monday.
Letter to George M. Bailey from the President
Letter to George M. Bailey from the President thanking him for the editorial "Women as Flappers" that appeared in the Post. It also goes on to explain how it is a good suffrage editorial.
Letter to James Young, Texas 3rd district congressional representative
Letter to James Young, Texas 3rd district congressional representative from Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham that spells out numerous reasons to support the Suffrage Amendment when it comes before the 65th...
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