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December 31, 1919
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Letters regarding efforts to clean up vice surrounding military camps
Series of letters from Secretray of War Baker, Minnie Fisher Cunningham, and Mrs. Elizabeth M. Speer concerning efforts to clean up vice in the areas surrounding military camps.
Minnie Fisher Cunningham's first letter as President of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association
Minnie Fisher Cunningham's first letter as President of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association, addressed to suffragists all over the state.
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...
Suffrage support letter template
A typed letter to be used as a template for circular letters garnering suffrage support.
Green, Rena Maverick, Mrs.
A letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Rena Maverick Green responding to her letter, which is attached. The letters regarding the efforts of the San Antonio suffrage association. It also references,...
Governor Signs Bill Giving Woman Vote in Primaries
Article about signing of bill giving women right to vote in primaries. Governor William Hobby signed the bill in his private office and was witnessed by Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham, Mrs. D.H. Doom, Mrs....
Letter to members of suffrage league
Letter to members of suffrage league requesting that in October, each league takes part in the "missionary" work of starting new leagues in neighboring towns in order to raise awareness and raise numbers....
Letter from J. W. Hoopes
Letter from J. W. Hoopes, Deputy Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, to Minnie Fischer Cunningham dated October 31, 1917. Mr. Hoopes writes to thank Mrs. Cunningham and all the other speakers...
Copy of House Bill No. 105
The bill gives all qualified Texas women the right to vote.
Document about womens' suffrage movement in Texas
The document originated from Austin, Texas. Document tells of the conversion of Senator O.S. Lattimore of Fort Worth. He had been a strong opponent of women's suffrage but he changed his mind after the...
Prostitution in its Relation to the Army on the Mexican Border
Pamphlet describing prostitution in the soldier population along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Venereal Diseases: A Sociologic Study
Pamphlet describing spread of venereal disease, primarily through prostituion.
Pamphlet outlining a mother's role in the education of her daughters concerning the process of reproduction. Includes topics of age-appropriate discussions.
Food Supply Efforts Letter
Letter from Minnie Fischer Cunnigham to fellow members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association concerning two ways in which to increase food supplies: forming garden clubs and the elimination of waste....
A letter to Ella Pomeroy from Minnie Fisher Cunningham
A letter to Ella Pomeroy from Minnie Fisher Cunningham letting her know that Miss Donna Roberts will be State Financial Campaign Manager for the Brackenridge Suffrage Foundation Fund. They will report...
Victory Map in 1919
A map depicting all the states that have suffrage and those that do not.
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...
Donna Roberts Pamphlet
Pamphlet advertising Donna Roberts, a financial campaign director.
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...
Postcard titled 'Votes for Women a Success'
This is picture postcard sent by Elizabeth Potter to Mrs. B.J. Cunningham. On the picture side of the postcard is a color-coded map of the states in the US that either supported male suffrage only (yellow...
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