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Jonathan's Night Shirt:A Farce in One Act
A one act farce dealing with the suffrage issue.
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.
Mr. J. F. Harris
Letter to J. F Harris, Texas Representative challenging his position as against women's suffrage.
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.
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 letter regarding, in particular, the need for prominent male supporters of suffrage.
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.
A letter between E. League and Mrs. Fain, written on behalf of Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The letter references the health of Minnie Fisher Cunningham's mother, the Spanish flu, and personal information...
Anna B Cade, Cor-Sec
A letter between Minnie Fisher Cunninham and Anna B. Cade regarding the conflict over approving expenses of the Texas Equal Suffrage Organization.
Picture of Hortense Ward.
Picture of Hortense Ward as she signed the first registration receipt issued to women in Harris County.
Letter to county chairman of Democratic party
Letter to county chairman of the Democratic Party from Mrs. James B. Wells and the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage. The letter explains that allowing women to vote is a steps towards socialism...
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...
Seein' Is Believin' --- Have a look!
Flier describing the spread of woman's suffrage from Wyoming in 1869 to twelve states in 1917.
Letter to Lady McCallum from the President
Letter to Lady McCallum from the President thanking her for helping out with the Austin work. She also goes on to explain how she cannot come to office as much due to her mother moving into the house.
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:...
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
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...
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...
Correspondence between Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth
This is correspondence between the Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth, the President of the Beaumont Equal Suffrage Association. Headquarters Secretary initially asked Mrs. J. W. Garth to mail...
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...
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