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Suffrage words to the tune of Yankee Doodle
A poem in favor of suffrage calling on men to support the movement.
A poem written by E[illegible] Harris in favor of temperance movements.
Minnie Fisher Cunnigham, President
A letter from Governor Hobby offering regrets for being unable to attend a Suffrage luncheon.
Newly elected officers
A listing of the recently elected officers of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association.
An article in the Houston Post defending the role of women's work as part of society, and the need of women's roles to change with the times.
A persuasive article supporting the importance of the state suffrage movements as opposed to the national suffrage movement. The article asserts that only through state campaigning does the national movement...
Women as "Flappers"
Article repudiating the claim that 55% of America's women were "idle flappers". The article goes on to defend the contributions of all American women to society.
Typed letter from Edith League to Jane McCallum requesting a photograph of her and her children.
A. L. Guerard
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. A. L. Guerard regarding the Houston Equal Suffrage Association's 1915 pledge being redeemed.
War and suffrage
Typed persuasive letter from the Men's Woman Suffrage League of Georgetown, Texas.
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham expressing her appreciation for the work Mrs. Goeth is doing, a denouncement of the "Austin American", and an update on her plans.
Friends of the Waco Equal Suffrage Association
Fundraising letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to the Waco Equal Suffrage Association.
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...
Equal Franchise League of El Paso Resolution
A copy of a resolution denouncing the suffragist group the "Silent Pickets" protesting in Washington D.C.
M. Eleanor Brackenridge
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to M. Eleanor Brackenridge regarding the financial needs of the Texas suffrage associations.
World War I Article
This front-page story describes America's entrance into World War I.
Public: An International Journal of Fundamental Democracy
A periodical featuring various essays and poems in support of women's suffrage.
Call to the Seventh Convention of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association
A typewritten circular letter inviting the women of Texas to attend the annual Suffrage convention. The letter also summarizes some of the suffrage efforts in progress.
Save the Sugar: 24 Recipes Using Sugar Substitutes
The pamphlet includes recipes which use sugar substitutes.
Call Issued to Halt Action on Woman Suffrage.
Article arguing against women's right to vote in Texas. The article argues that Texans voted down women's suffrage at the ballots and that Texas is not willing for other suffrage states to force women...
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