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A letter from Lena Ledbetter regarding the upcoming visit by Minnie Fisher Cunningham as part of the lecture tours in favor of equal suffrage. Attached are also the letters arranging the tour and Lena's...
Letter from Mrs. Hortense Ward
Letter from Mr. Hortense Ward, President of the Harris County Equal Suffrage Association, to Minnie Fisher Cunnigham , dated March 31, 1919. She recounts efforts taken thus far to sway the election on...
War Work Bulletin number 63
This newsletter reports on the efforts of the Young Women's Christian Association to promote domestic work.
News Letter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense
Newsletter #16. The newsletter describes war efforts and programs of women around the country.
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to Minne Fisher Cunningham describing a suffrage meeting in Harris county, as well as illustrating some of the divisions in the suffrage groups over how to focus the suffrage efforts.
Hortense Ward Letter
Circular letter from Harris County Equal Suffrage Association regarding the distribution of fliers and the importance to spread the word about the vote for equal suffrage and prohibition.
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.
A letter updating Minnie on the Houston suffrage school.
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...
Governor Signs Bill Giving Woman Vote in Primaries
Article about signing of bill giving women right to vote in primaries. Governor William Hobby signed the bill in his private office and was witnessed by Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham, Mrs. D.H. Doom, Mrs....
Texas Soldiers Are Disfranchised; Why not Enfranchise their Mothers?
Article about women's suffrage in Texas. The article recounts how Arkansas has already granted women the partial vote at primary elections. It also mentions that President Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic...
Letter to suffragists
This letter congratulates suffragists for the passage of the Primary Suffrage Bill.
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.
Letter to Mrs. Cunningham from Katharine D. McCormick
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Katharine D. McCormick concerning a convention program of 6 or 7 speakers from various state associations to tell of the obstacles, difficulties, and tragedies...
Telegram to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Carrie Chapman Catt
Telegram to Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Carrie Chapman Catt congratulating her on her victory and telling her if she can to get a resolution on the federal amendment through the legislature but not to...
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 Lady McCallum from the President
Letter to Lady McCallum from the President thanking her for helping out with the Austin work. She also goes on to explain how she cannot come to office as much due to her mother moving into the house.
Letter to Mrs. Eva Hill Karling
Typed letter from Edith League, Minnie Fisher Cunningham's secretary, to Mrs. Eva Karling acknowledging receiving her note. Mrs. Karling had written asking for Mrs. Cunningham to speak in Bastrop and to...
War Work Bulletin
Bulletin published by Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) National Board War Work Council
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...
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