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September 27, 1918
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April 27, 1919
June 27, 1917
Critchett, Belle C.
Cunningham, Minnie Fis...
Exner, m.j., m.d.
League, E. H.
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This biography, written by Minnie Fisher Cunningham, chronicles the life and adventures of Sallie Comer Fisher, Cunningham's mother. The book begins with a foreward laying out the setting for the book:...
Back of the Ballot: A Woman Suffrage Farce in One Act
A women's suffrage one act farce printed by the Samuel French Company. According to the playwrite, it was written as pro-suffrage propoganda.
Jonathan's Night Shirt:A Farce in One Act
A one act farce dealing with the suffrage issue.
Untitled Typed Manuscript
The type-written manuscript details the movement of John and Minerva Abercrombie from Alabama to Texas. It gives an account of their early years in Waverly, Texas, where Sallie Abercrombie was raised and...
Political advertisement for W. L. Hill
A letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to W. L. Hill that is used as a political advertisement in the Polk County Enterprise.
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...
Suffrage Law Held Unconstitutional by 79th District Judge
Article about constitutionality of women's right to vote in Texas. Judge Voll M. Taylor in the 79th District Court ruled that the woman vote could not be counted and ordered a canvass of the male vote....
Woman's Right to Vote Was Declared Unconstitional
Article about constitutionality of women's right to vote in Texas. Judge Voll M. Taylor ruled that the woman vote could not be counted in an election for the 36th disctrict court judge, and ordered a canvas...
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...
Letter from Edna Annette Beveridge to Minnie Fisher Cunnighman
Handwritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham regarding the state of suffrage legislation and lamenting that suffragists seem to have to put the issue off in order to deal with another political issue...
Friend or Enemy? To the Men of the Army and Navy
Pamphlet written by M.J. Exner, M.D., Secretary International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations
Campaign information about women's voting rights in Texas
Pamphlet explaining how, when and where women can vote in the July, 1918 Democratic primary election. The pamphlet also recounts how Texas Governor James E. Ferguson led the group at the Democratic National...
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Hall Greer
This letter suggests that women participate in the upcoming Democratic primary and attempt to have women or men friendly to the cause elected as delagtes. It also targets Senator Parr as an enemy to the...
Letter to Mrs Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Typed Letter from Rose Young, Editor of The Woman Citizen to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham in response to a poem she submitted for publication. The poem was rejected due to space and "prohibited propoganda"....
Letter to Texas Press Clipping Bureau
Typed letter to the Texas Press Clipping Bureau regarding a press clipping about Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The author of the article was not mentioned and was needed for a proper response from Mrs. Cunningham...
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