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Letter to Antoinette Funk from the Headquarters Secretary
A letter to Antoinette Funk in which Edith Hinkle League informs her that Minnie Fisher Cunningham is in Garfield Hospital in Washington, D.C. and that Ms. Funk's letter to Mrs. Cunningham has been forwarded...
Expense account Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Galveston, TX to Washington, D.C. and letter to Mrs. Emma Winner Rogers
Expense account for Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Galveston, Texas to Washington, D.C. There is also a letter to Mrs. Emma Winner Rogers concerning sending the check to her Washington address rather than...
A pamphlet defining the platform and legislative interests for the League of Women Voters.
Correspondance with Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick
Correspondance with Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick of the War Department, discussing the fate of prostitutes following the outlawing of prostitution in several Texas cities.
Letter to Mrs. Henry Wade Rodgers from Headquarters Secretary
Letter to Mrs. Henry Wade Rodgers from Headquarters Secretary concerning a list of delegates and their addresses.
Letter to Mrs. B. J. Cunningham from Mrs. Walter McNab Miller
Letter to Mrs. B. J. Cunningham from Mrs. Walter McNab Miller concerning Eugene Black's assertion that 95% of the women of his district did not want to vote. Mrs. Miller suggests a letter writing campaign...
Letter to Miss Alice B. Curtis from Headquarters Secretary
Letter to Miss Alice B. Curtis from Headquarters Secretary concerning three bills that were introduced to the Legislature this past winter.
Letter from the President to Mrs. Maud Wood Park
Letter from the President to Mrs. Maud Wood Park explaining that she cannot attend on November 10 due to a flu situation.
Letter to Mrs. B. J. Cunningham from Maud Wood Park
Letter to Mrs. B. J. Cunningham from Maud Wood Park giving her apologies as she did not get to talk with her because she thought she was leaving in the evening. She also apologizes for not giving her time...
Letter to Elizabeth Potter from J. P. Tumulty
Letter to Elizabeth Potter from J. P. Tumulty sending thanks from the President over a message that was given of the result in Texas.
Letter to Maud Wood Park from President
Letter to Maud Wood Park explaining why the letter writer cannot come earlier than December.
The Woman Citizen Journal
Printed speech from the National American Woman Suffrage Association president at a meeting held paying tribute to American Women War Workers.
Newsletter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense
Typed newsletter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense number 21.
Letter to President Woodrow Wilson
This is a typewritten letter from Elizabeth H. Potter to the President of the United States Woodrow Wilson in which Elizabeth H. Potter requests President Wilson's help and support to pass a statute giving...
Letter to Madam President
This is a typewritten letter to Madam President from Ethel M. Smith, the Chairman of the Committee on Protection of Women's Labor, informing Madam President of the newly-formed Protection of Women's Labor...
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 the Congressional Chairman
This is a typewritten letter from Maud Wood Park asking the Congressional Chairpersons to fill out the questionnaire on the second page, which will be presented at the conferences on congressional work...
Letter to Madam Chairman
This is a typewritten letter from the Acting Chairman of the Congressional Committee Mrs. Frank M. Roessing to Madam Chairman. It is about the status of the upcoming Congressional vote that will determine...
Letter to State Congressional Chairman
This is a typewritten letter from Mrs. Roessing to the State Congressional Chairman giving some guidelines on how best they can accomplish their goal to carry the Federal Amendment through to the 64th...
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.
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