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Catt, Carrie Chapman
Critchett, Belle C.
Coleman, T. a., Mrs.
January 2, 1918
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Letter from Belle C. Crithett to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Handwritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham of personal congratulations for her part in attaining suffrage for women in Texas.
Letter from Belle C. Crtichett to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Handwritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Belle C. Critchitt congratulating Minnie on the victory for Texas Suffrage, as well as updating her on the state of the El Paso Franchise League. There's...
County Chairman, Democratic Party
Typed letter from the Texas Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage asserting that women's suffrage will lead to socialism in the United States.
Mr. R. M. Dudley
Typed letter to Mr. R. M. Dudley of the Alabama Male Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage offering opposition to women's suffrage.
Object of Establishing a Writer's Bureau for Suffrage
Typed outline of steps for establishing a Writer's Bureau for Suffrage as well as a list of names in the Writer's Bureau.
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Typed letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham asking for approval of making a song from the poem "The Texas Woman's Brigade" written by Belle Taylor.
Handwritten letter talking about the reaction of politicians in Washington to the passage of the Texas Suffrage bill.
President of the United States
Handwritten letter to the President of the United States from the Texas Equal Suffrage Association. The letter thanks him for his support of equal suffrage.
Food Waste Press Release
This article presents the views of Mrs. Henry Wade Rogers about the blame placed upon women for failing to adequately conserve food. She argues the greater wastes occur in farming and that women can help...
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 request for more suffragettes to picket the White House, sent by Alice Paul to Elizabeth Herndon Potter. On the back is a handwritten note by Elizabeth Herndon Potter regarding the Alice Paul letter....
A letter regarding, in particular, the need for prominent male supporters of suffrage.
Cunningham and Mrs. League, Mrs.
A handwritten letter reporting plans for seeing the Texas delegation in New York at the convention.
A letter updating the officers of the Texas Equal Suffrage association on her activities for the association and some personal news.
Cunningham, Speer and League
A letter from Jane McCallum updating the officers of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association on her activities.
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...
Edith H. League, Mrs.
A letter between Lena Ledbetter and Edith League regarding both paying dues to the suffrage league as well as the anti-vice and pro-suffrage efforts in Texas. Additionally the letter references personal...
A letter from Lena Ledbetter regarding the upcoming visit by Minnie Fisher Cunningham as part of the lecture tours in favor of equal suffrage. Attached are also the letters arranging the tour and Lena's...
A letter updating Minnie on the Houston suffrage school.
Red Heard, Ethel L.
A letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham written as her first letter as the head of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association. This letter discusses, in particular, the self sacrifice week where suffragists deny...
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