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May 31, 1918
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Address on Full Citizen Suffrage, and the Power of Legislature to Amend the Suffrage Statue
A speech regarding women's suffrage and limiting suffrage to American citizens.
Article about registration of women voters in Texas
The article is accompanied by a letter to Sister Edith from Sister E.M.S.
Campaign information about women's voting rights in Texas
Pamphlet explaining how, when and where women can vote in the July, 1918 Democratic primary election. The pamphlet also recounts how Texas Governor James E. Ferguson led the group at the Democratic National...
Correspondence between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Mrs. E. M. Barrett
This is typewritten correspondence between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Mrs. E. M. Barrett (an apparent official of the Woman's Division of the Farmers' Institute) who asked Minnie Fisher Cunningham's...
E. P. Reppert, Mrs.
Clipping of article and photograph from the Dallas Craftsman of Mrs. E. P. Reppert, Press chairman of Equal Suffrage association.
Edna E. Beveridge
Typed letter to Edna Annette Beveridge regarding the need for the votes of Texas soldiers deployed for World War I.
A letter between E. League and Mrs. Fain, written on behalf of Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The letter references the health of Minnie Fisher Cunningham's mother, the Spanish flu, and personal information...
An article that explains how the German-American Alliance planned to control Texas by using schools and universities with the idea of Germanizing America.
A letter regarding finances written between Mrs. Jessie Daniel Ames and Mrs. E. League.
Letter about Brownsville Equal Suffrage League
Letter describing the youngest and best loved child, the Brownsville Equal Suffrage League. They will be working on conservation and thrift efforts for the first few months. Letter request that conservation...
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.
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...
Letter from Mrs. E. B. Reppert to Minnie Fisher Cunnigham
A letter regarding Minnie Fisher Cunningham and her general political activities, and suffrage. The letter apoligies for any offense Mrs. Cunningham might have taken to a perceived comparison between her...
Letter to Edith Hinkle League
Handwritten Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Edith Hinkle League, her secretary, detailing duties she needed her to perform.
Letter to Executive Board
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to the executive board of the Texas Woman Suffrage Association concerning a Miss Elizabeth Freeman of New York.
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from L.M.E detailing her travels from town to town on speaking circuit. Claims that so far a day in each town has been time enough, but doesn't expect that to keep up....
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Mrs. Ransons
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Mrs. Ransons telling her about visitor Frances E. Brewer and their speaking dates that they had with the mayor and at 2 different theaters.
Letter to Miss Lutie Stearns
Typed Letter of Response to Miss Lutie Stearns regarding who was elected president of National Suffrage. Handwritten letter from Miss Stearns enquiring as to who was elected president.
Letter to Mr. Marcellus E. Foster
Letter to Marcellus E. Foster, Editor of the Houston Chronicle, from Mrs.Minnie Fisher Cunningham concerning an editorial article that was included in a Houston edition of the Houston Chronicle that was...
Letter to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt
Letter to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt concerning the report that the Senate of Texas found James E. Ferguson guilty on 10 of the 21 charges preferred against him by the house and pronounced sentence of impeachment...
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