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Letter to the President from Minnie FIsher Cunningham
Letter to the President from Minnie Fisher Cunningham letting her know that it is the time to have each congressman flooded with letters before Convention of Congress in December. The letter is for commending...
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 W. W. Woodson
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. W. W. Woodson thanking her for accepting the position of treasurer. Additional items were sent to aid her in getting started with her posistion.
Letters to the Members of the Executive Council
This is a typewritten letter from President of the suffrage association Carrie Chapman Catt to the Members of the Executive Council alerting them that the country would be at war soon and this would possibly...
Liberty bonds letter
This letter encourages members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association to encourage others to buy Liberty Bonds.
List of campaign suggestions
The document lists ways to advance the womens' suffrage movement.
List of rules for rationing
This list of rules, copied and distributed by Minnie Fisher Cunningham, explains how people can conserve food and fuel.
Lyrics to song about soldiers
Lyric sheet to song about soldiers.
M. Eleanor Brackenridge
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to M. Eleanor Brackenridge regarding the financial needs of the Texas suffrage associations.
Make a Little Meat Go a Long Way
United States Food Leaflet #5 of 7. The leaflet includes meat-based recipes.
Men's women's suffrage league of Georgetown
Page 2 of a letter from the Men's Women's Suffrage League of Georgetown, in favor of women's suffrage. There's a handwritten note on the back of the letter by an unknown author.
Minnie Fisher Cunnigham, President
A letter from Governor Hobby offering regrets for being unable to attend a Suffrage luncheon.
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...
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...
National suffrage bulletin
National suffrage news bulletin submitted by Rose Young. Some of the articles were, " Suffrage in Canada", "High Cost of Voting", "Editor Co-operation in Georgia", and "Arizona Suffrage Bill Protected"....
Newly elected officers
A listing of the recently elected officers of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association.
Newspaper clipping about primary suffrage
Newspaper editorial in support of Women's suffrage in Texas primaries. The article argues that it is supported by a majority in both houses of the legislature, and that if the governor were not actively...
October 1917 financial statement
This is a copy of the financial report for the Texas Equal Suffrage Association. It includes travel expenses and the personal budget of the officers of the association.
Outline for county campaign
Outline for county campaign, including preliminary work, the campaign proper, meetings, and follow-up work.
Photo of Army tents loaned by Fort Sam Houston
Army tents loaned by Fort Sam Houston for housing 185 interned women from the district whom city physician Dr. W. A. King and his city and county physicians assistants had inspected and refused health...
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