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Letter to Senator J. C. McNealus
This is an open letter typewritten letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Senator J.C. McNealus in which Mrs. Cunningham challenges the Senator's recent political actions and his positions, ones that...
Speaking of the Presidential Election in 1920
This is a rhetorical handout meant to help remind voters about the Federal Suffrage Amendment as the 1920 Presidential election approaches. In the handout are several statistics of interest regarding women's...
Fourteen Points on the National American Woman Suffrage Association
This is a handout put together by the National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company that functions as a sort of FAQs of what the National American Woman Suffrage Association is and what it does, including...
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Typed letter to Mrs. Cunningham asking for convention delegates that can serve on six committees for general discussions. The committees were "protection of women in industry", "child welfare", "improved...
Letter to Mrs. Catt
Typed letter to Mrs. Catt from suffrage work who received funds to continue her work. She originally had declined the salary until her personal funds were depleted. After requesting the original offer...
Letter addressed to my Dear President
Typed letter to chapter presidents encouraging them to be present and if possible send a full delegation to St. Louis, the location of the suffrage convention. The letter makes notes of the strides being...
Letter to State President
This is a typewritten letter to the State President from the Recording Secretary asking if this state will help to contribute $75 to raise a total of $2,750 total to help buy a commemorative gift, a sapphire...
This is a Press release from the National American Woman Suffrage Association calling to light the many questionable activities of suffrage opposers and anti-suffragettes. The press release gives several...
Letter to Mrs. Cunningham
This is a typewritten letter to Mrs. Cunningham where the letter writer apprises Mrs. Cunningham in the latest major events of her suffragette tours, such as that she will be touring with Mr. Taft and...
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
This is a typewritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Nettie R. Shuler, the chairman of campaigns and surveys, about hers and her organization's work at the polls on Election Day. Nettie R. Shuler...
Suffrage articles in the Houston Post
A page from the Houston Post featuring two articles related to suffrage, one addressing accusations that the Post is calling all anti-suffragists liquor traffickers and another refuting the anti-suffrage...
A letter from the Honorable T. B. King "King of Erath" to Minnie Fisher Cunnigham offering support for equal suffrage and telling Minnie of a story she can use to prove the soldier's support of equal suffrage....
Author of Suffrage Bill to speak Friday night
An article regarding the speaking series in favor of equal suffrage.
Edna E. Beveridge
Typed letter to Edna Annette Beveridge regarding the need for the votes of Texas soldiers deployed for World War I.
Copy of a resolution by Frank Batt
Typed copy of a resolution for bringing the Texas Women's Suffrage amendment to a vote. Handwritten annotations.
O. A. Critchitt, Mrs.
Typed copy of letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to Belle Critchitt regarding the campaign for women to pay poll taxes, as well as the name change of the suffrage assocations to the Women's Voters League....
John Davis, Mrs.
Letter informing Mrs. John Davis of the closing of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association and it's reincorporation as the Texas League of Women Voters. It also requests that Mrs. Davis pass along her records...
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. E.B. Reppert
A letter to Mrs. Reppert from Minnie Fisher Cunningham reacting to the Feb 4, 1919 letter from General Crane, and expressing her opinion of the role of women and suffrage in the Democratic party.
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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