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Letter to Suffragists from Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to suffragists from Minnie Fisher Cunningham telling them that they have asked to submit plans for raising funds for suffrage work. She goes on to tell about the Rose Bush Sale, the costs, and how...
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:...
My Mother Becomes A Money Maker
In this paper, the author discusses their mother's views on the importance of education. The text includes personal anecdotes from their childhood.
The War Ended: The New Life Begins
Hand-written manuscript that recounts the events of Minnie Fisher Cunningham's family during the years after the end of the Civil War. She writes of her father's plan to increase his land holdings to grow...
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
The Abercrombie Family Scatters
This hand-written manuscript chronicles that life and times of Grandmother Minerva Abercrombie in the years after the Civil War. As a girl, Minerva left South Carolina to go to school in Philadelphia,...
Subject and Scope of Proposed Book
This is a book proposal by Minnie Fisher Cunningham about the life and amazing times of her mother, Sallie Comer Fisher. The book will consist of twelve chapters and be of interest to local historians....
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...
Memories of the Campaign Trail
This speech was given at Women's National Democratic Club by Liz Carpenter. The speech covers Carpenter's memories while on the campaign trail. Carpenter was a feminist writer in the 1940s to the time...
Westward to Texas
This is a short biographical description of John C. Abercrombie setting out to Texas during the malaria outbreaks of 1840.
Information Service from National American Woman Suffrage Association
Typed information about suffrage, voting, women's rights and democracy.
Donna Roberts Pamphlet
Pamphlet advertising Donna Roberts, a financial campaign director.
Newsletter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense
Typed newsletter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense number 21.
War Service in the Home
This pamphlet provides advice on how to contribute to the war effort by conserving food.
Letter to Mrs. Catt
Typed letter to the national president relaying the Texas chapter position and accomplishments for the year. Mrs. Cunningham assured Mrs. Catt that the Texas chapter was in alignment with the national...
National suffrage bulletin
National suffrage news bulletin submitted by Rose Young. Some of the articles were, " Suffrage in Canada", "High Cost of Voting", "Editor Co-operation in Georgia", and "Arizona Suffrage Bill Protected"....
Letters regarding a photograph
Three typed letters from the Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission regarding a photograph of one of its presidents and children. Mrs. Rose P. Ames and her children were photographed and Mrs. Edith Hinkle League...
A letter from the Honorable T. B. King "King of Erath" to Minnie Fisher Cunnigham offering support for equal suffrage and telling Minnie of a story she can use to prove the soldier's support of equal suffrage....
A. L. Guerard
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. A. L. Guerard regarding the Houston Equal Suffrage Association's 1915 pledge being redeemed.
Friends of the Waco Equal Suffrage Association
Fundraising letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to the Waco Equal Suffrage Association.
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