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Cunningham, Minnie Fis...
League, Edith Hinkle
Garth, Mrs. J. W.
Green, Rena Maverick
Miller, Helen Guthrie
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Correspondence between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Bertha Lee Broyles
This is correspondence between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Bertha Lee Broyles in which various suffrage issues are discussed, such as how to spend a $5 postage appropriation donation Bertha Lee Broyles...
Correspondence between Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth
This is correspondence between the Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth, the President of the Beaumont Equal Suffrage Association. Headquarters Secretary initially asked Mrs. J. W. Garth to mail...
Whole world for women suffrage and the United States Senate lags behind!
A collection of articles in favor of women's suffrage around the world presented by the Women Citizen.
A holiday letter from Belle Critchett to Minnie Fisher Cunningham.
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....
A letter regarding, in particular, the need for prominent male supporters of suffrage.
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...
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...
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. E.B. Reppert
A letter to Mrs. Reppert from Minnie Fisher Cunningham reacting to the Feb 4, 1919 letter from General Crane, and expressing her opinion of the role of women and suffrage in the Democratic party.
Victory Map in 1919
A map depicting all the states that have suffrage and those that do not.
Woman's suffrage result of education
A rebuttle to an article opposing women's suffrage presented by Mrs. S. L. Robertson. This article takes the perspective of a Southern woman's arguments in favor of suffrage and refutes arguments that...
An article in favor of women's suffrage citing the election of Janette Rankin to Congress.
An essay about the goals for women's suffrage and the contributions of women to national and international politics and social well being.
Program For Monthly Demonstrations
Calendar of events for the year 1917.
Texas Social Hygene Association Letter (1)
Letter from the Headquarters Secretary to Miss M. Eleanor Brackenridge, Hon. Pres., Texas Equal Suffrage Association concerning the dissolving of the Texas Women's Anti-Vice Committee and the creation...
Letter to Vinnie from Edith Hinkle League
Letter in which Edith Hinkle League wishes Vinnie to ask Minnie Fisher Cunningham for instructions about the San Antonio pledges, refusing to act without Mrs. Cunningham's approval. She is anxious after...
Mr. J. F. Harris
Letter to J. F Harris, Texas Representative challenging his position as against women's suffrage.
Letter to Maud Wood Park from President
Letter to Maud Wood Park explaining why the letter writer cannot come earlier than December.
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. Mary Hunt Affleck
Letter to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck giving praises for her poem. It also goes on to ask if she could give a picture of herself along with a biography so it can go in a series that will be published in state...
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