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Exner, M. J., M. D.
May 31, 1917
September 27, 1918
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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 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 from Rena M. Green to Minnie Fischer Cunningham
Letter from Rena M. Green to Minnie Fisher Cunningham dated Januray 19, 1918. She recounts the opening of an office, lent by Mr. Chandler, in San Antonio for an unnamed suffragist organization and the...
Pamphlet outlining a mother's role in the education of her daughters concerning the process of reproduction. Includes topics of age-appropriate discussions.
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.
Letter to George M. Bailey from the President
Letter to George M. Bailey from the President thanking him for the editorial "Women as Flappers" that appeared in the Post. It also goes on to explain how it is a good suffrage editorial.
Letter to Mrs. M. Lee Adams
Letter to Mrs. M. Lee Adams concerning the letter she wrote to Mrs. Cunningham. The letter goes on to tell about the speech Mrs. Cunningham gave along with Miss Stearns on February 5.
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...
Texas Social Hygene Association Letter (2)
Letter to Miss M. Eleanor Brackenridge, from Minnie Fisher Cunningham, forwarded to Mrs. E.M. Speer, concerning the dissolving of the Texas Women's Anti-Vice Committee and the creation of its successor,...
Press release about suffrage bill in Ohio
Press release about the Ohio Governor proposing to sign presidential and municipal women suffrage bill. A letter from Wisconsin Senator Robert M. LaFollette congratulating Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt and her...
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...
Executive Board member
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to the executive board members of the Texas Equal Suffrage association. The letter regards the state of the fundraising campaign for suffrage and Minnie's proposal...
M. Eleanor Brackenridge
Photograph of M. Eleanor Brackenridge.
Mr. R. M. Dudley
Typed letter to Mr. R. M. Dudley of the Alabama Male Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage offering opposition to women's suffrage.
Brackenridge, Miss M.
A letter updating Miss M. Brackenridge on the work Minnie Fisher Cunnigham has been doing for suffrage, for World War I and for ant-vice.
A letter of regret regarding failed results for women's suffrage and expressing M. Brackenridge's frustration with setbacks in the effort to gain the vote for women.
An encouraging letter from M. Eleanor Brackenridge to Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The letter regards both women's efforts to gain suffrage for women as well as in prohibition campaigning.
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 Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham from W.M. Hodges that spells out an argument for the support of women's enfranchisement as an extension of the great war between democracy and autocracry.
Prostitution in its Relation to the Army on the Mexican Border
Pamphlet describing prostitution in the soldier population along the U.S.-Mexico border.
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