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Cunningham, Minnie Fis...
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Letter to All Presidents of Associations Affiliated with the Suffrage Association
This is a typewritten letter from the National American Woman Suffrage Association President Carrie Chapman Catt to the affiliate Presidents of the suffrage organization. Carrie Chapman Catt details what...
Letter to State Congressional Chairmen
This is a typewritten letter from Congressional Chairman Maud Wood Park to the State Congressional Chairmen about assorted issues such as the status of the Suffrage Committee and the National Woman's Party...
Letter to Times-Dispatch in Richmond, VA
Typed letter from Mrs. Ida Husted Harper, Editorial Chairman of the Leslie Commission, to the editor of the Times-Dispatch newspaper in Richmond, VA. Mrs. Harper was writing in response to a statement...
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...
Untitled Typed Manuscript
Typed manuscript recalls the business arrangement they had to supply food and produce to railroad customers; at first the railroad would stop at the farm itself, later packages of goods were picked up...
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.
Response to the anti-suffrage argument
This is a letter written by Minnie Fisher Cunnigham as a response to the anti-suffrage address given by Mrs. S. L. Robertson.
A letter between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Rena Maverick discussing personal topics, as well as updating Minnie Cunningham on the status of the Suffrage association where Rena Maverick is president....
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...
Cunningham, Speer and League
A letter from Jane McCallum updating the officers of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association on her activities.
A letter updating the officers of the Texas Equal Suffrage association on her activities for the association and some personal news.
Cunningham and Mrs. League, Mrs.
A handwritten letter reporting plans for seeing the Texas delegation in New York at the convention.
A letter regarding, in particular, the need for prominent male supporters of 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...
Handwritten letter talking about the reaction of politicians in Washington to the passage of the Texas Suffrage bill.
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.
Typed copy of the names of the city presidents or chairmen of the various Suffrage associations in Texas.
A typed copy of the names of the executive officers for various Texas suffrage organizations.
Letter from Maye B. Ames to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Handwritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham updating her on the status of suffrage work in Paris, Texas.
Letter from Lavinia Engle to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Handwritten letter from Lavinia Engle, signed "Vinnie the vagrant," to Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The letter speaks to the suffrage campaign activities in Tyler, Texas and the surrounding area.
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