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A propaganda poster in favor of women's suffrage urging voters to vote yes for Women's suffrage on the upcoming May 24, 1919 vote.
Article about gubernatorial election
This article encourages the women of Texas to vote for Governor Hobby in the next election.
Article about Hortense Ward
Article about Mrs. Hortense Ward and Thomas B. Love, who will speak at a meeting in the Dallas City hall to stimulate interest in the equal suffrage campaign. Clipping includes a photgraph of Mrs. Ward....
Article about registration of women voters in Texas
The article is accompanied by a letter to Sister Edith from Sister E.M.S.
Author of Suffrage Bill to speak Friday night
An article regarding the speaking series in favor of equal suffrage.
Copy of a resolution by Frank Batt
Typed copy of a resolution for bringing the Texas Women's Suffrage amendment to a vote. Handwritten annotations.
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...
Correspondence between Woodrow Wilson, Minnie Fisher Cunningham, & Elizabeth Potter
This collection of documents includes letters and telegrams concerning the efforts of those involved to attain women's suffrage.
A letter from the Honorable T. B. King "King of Erath" to Minnie Fisher Cunnigham offering support for equal suffrage and telling Minnie of a story she can use to prove the soldier's support of equal suffrage....
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.
A letter giving the results of the El Paso school board elections.
Delegates' Register; Texas Woman Suffrage Association
A registry book for signatures of attendees at the Texas Woman Suffrage Association, organized by county.
Document about womens' suffrage
This document contains passages from various Texas newspapers and individuals concerning the womens' suffrage movement.
E. P. Reppert, Mrs.
Clipping of article and photograph from the Dallas Craftsman of Mrs. E. P. Reppert, Press chairman of Equal Suffrage association.
Edwin Y. Webb
Typed letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Edwin Y. Webb asking for him to vote for the Susan B. Anthony Suffrage Amendment.
Flanking Drive for Suffrage
Editorial about Governor Hobby's involvement in women's suffrage.
A letter regarding Minnie's interest in "war work", charity work benefiting World War I.
Green, Rena Maverick, Mrs.
A letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Rena Maverick Green responding to her letter, which is attached. The letters regarding the efforts of the San Antonio suffrage association. It also references,...
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.
2 pages from The Houstonian publication, including pro-suffrage articles and poems. It includes a poem called "The Texas Pioneer Mother" by Etta Gray Fields.
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