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Brackenridge, M. Elean...
Exner, m.j., m.d.
National American Woma...
Park, Maud Wood
August 29, 1918
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August 29, [1914-1944]
December 29, 1916
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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.
An encouraging letter from M. Eleanor Brackenridge to Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The letter regards both women's efforts to gain suffrage for women as well as in prohibition campaigning.
Houston Woman Tendered Place on Accident Board
Article about election of Hortense Ward to Texas industrial accident board. She is the first woman secretary of the board.
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Correpsondence between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Kate Hunter. Miss Hunter's letter spells out that they have made a "Good Citizenship League of Anderson County" a permanent organization. Mrs. Cunnigham's...
Letter to the Chairman of the State Divisions of the Woman's Committee of the Council of the National Defense from Anna Howard Shaw
Letter to the Chairman of the State Divisions of the Woman's Committee of the Council of the National Defense from Anna Howard Shaw concerning stationing women at each registration booth who will agree...
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...
Press Release about the passing of the the presidential suffrage bill in North Dakota
Typed press release with added letters from senators congratulating Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt and her workers on successfully helping North Dakota women to attain their rights to vote. Congratulatory letters...
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 to Congressional Chairman
This is a typewritten letter to another Congressional Chairman from Maud Wood Park discussing how best to get non-suffrage associations to support and help the federal amendment pass. Maud Wood Park details...
An article in favor of women's suffrage citing the election of Janette Rankin to Congress.
Houston woman tendered place on accident board
An article regarding Mrs. Hortense Ward's opportunity to join the industrial accident board which includes a listing of her political work and qualifications.
October 1917 financial statement
This is a copy of the financial report for the Texas Equal Suffrage Association. It includes travel expenses and the personal budget of the officers of the association.
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