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Letter to Mrs. J. J. Hardin from Carrie Chapman Catt
Copy of a letter to Mrs. J. J. Hardin from Carrie Chapman Catt about receiving the note and enclosed bulletin as edited and circulated by James E. Ferguson.
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...
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 Mrs. J.J. Hardin, Dallas Equal Suffrage Association. Refers to Mrs. I. Jalonick, President of the Dallas Equal Suffrage Association. Enclosed is a copy of a letter from Mr. M.H. Wolfe, Chairman...
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...
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 Mrs. J. H. Booth from the President
Letter to Mrs. J. H. Booth from the President asking her if she is able to attend a meeting in San Antonio on June 5th in regards to the moral conditions surrounding the concentration camps. Also, she...
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...
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
Letter to Senator J. C. McNealus
This is an open letter typewritten letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Senator J.C. McNealus in which Mrs. Cunningham challenges the Senator's recent political actions and his positions, ones that...
Correspondence between Mr. J. L. Smith
This is correspondence between a sympathizer of the suffrage cause named Mr. J. L. Smith and someone from the Texas Equal Suffrage Association organization where they discuss the radical and rogue group...
Mr. J. F. Harris
Letter to J. F Harris, Texas Representative challenging his position as against women's suffrage.
William J. Raw Letter
Letter from Minnie Fischer Cunningham to William J. Raw dated February 14, 1918 concerning the bill to allow women to vote in primaries and request for a bill setting a minimum wage for women employed...
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...
Letter to Mrs. Shuler plus Report of Texas Equal Suffrage Association
This is a typewritten letter to Mrs. Frank J. Shuler from the Headquarters Secretary in which the Secretary discusses and includes a copy of the report of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association's matters...
Letter to Miss Gracy Denny
This letter requests help from Miss Denny in encouraging Mr. J. D. Sallas of Crockett county to support women's suffrage.
Prostitution in its Relation to the Army on the Mexican Border
Pamphlet describing prostitution in the soldier population along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
This is a typewritten letter from the Amelia Brice Pinchot, Chairman of the National Suffrage Committee for the Protection of Women Workers in War Time, to Mrs. B. J. Cunningham, informing Mrs. Cunningham...
J. A. Elkins, Judge
A letter by Minnie Fisher Cunningham requesting the support of Judge Elkins in favor of the national suffrage amendment.
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