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A Letter to Mrs. Potter
A letter to Mrs. Potter letting her know that the letter she wrote for Minnie Fisher Cunningham has arrived but she can't receive letters for a few days because she is sick in bed at the moment.
Cunningham, Minnie Fisher
A letter updating Minnie Fisher Cunnigham on the state of the El Paso suffrage league, as well as requesting suffrage literature to be used in upcoming meetings.
A persuasive article supporting the importance of the state suffrage movements as opposed to the national suffrage movement. The article asserts that only through state campaigning does the national movement...
John Davis, Mrs.
Letter informing Mrs. John Davis of the closing of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association and it's reincorporation as the Texas League of Women Voters. It also requests that Mrs. Davis pass along her records...
Letter and Fund Report Form to Treasurer
This is a typewritten letter from Emma Winner Rogers to the Treasurer of the Texas Woman's Suffrage Association, asking the Treasurer to fill out the enclosed Million Dollar Quarterly Fund Report form...
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...
Prison Reform Letters
Series of letters between Mrs. T. A. Coleman and Minnie Fisher Cunningham concerning the need for prison reform and the desire to have a woman on the Board of Prison Commissioners.
Letter to members of suffrage league
Letter to members of suffrage league requesting that in October, each league takes part in the "missionary" work of starting new leagues in neighboring towns in order to raise awareness and raise numbers....
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
This letter expresses appreciation to Mrs. Cunningham for her work in the suffrage movement.
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...
Letter to Mrs. A.L. Guerard
This letter concerns the votes of Texas congressman for the creation of a suffrage committee.
Correspondence Concerning the Handicapped States Program
Letter to Ms. Roberts from the Headquarters Secretary
Letter from Edith Hinkle League requesting Miss Roberts to acquire a copy of an editorial which appeared in the Fort Worth Record for Mrs. Cunningham, who has been very ill. Letter writer mentions that...
Letter to Suffragists from Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to suffragists from Minnie Fisher Cunningham explaining how Germany is wrong in her mad intention in setting up a military despotism and bringing ideas of democratic government. So she says if a...
Letter to Texas Press Clipping Bureau
Typed letter to the Texas Press Clipping Bureau regarding a press clipping about Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The author of the article was not mentioned and was needed for a proper response from Mrs. Cunningham...
Letter to the Editor, Houston Post
Letter to the editor of Houston Post from Minnie Fisher Cunningham refuting criticisms against the Texas Equal Suffrage association because they employ men. She explains that the Texas Equal Suffrage association...
Liberty bonds letter
This letter encourages members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association to encourage others to buy Liberty Bonds.
Marriage - Should a Certificate of Health Be Required Before Issuing a License to Marry?
Pamphlet reprinted from the Texas Medical Journal that proposes health certficiates as requirements for obtaining a marriage license.
Minnie Fisher Cunnigham, President
A letter from Governor Hobby offering regrets for being unable to attend a Suffrage luncheon.
October 1917 financial statement
This is a copy of the financial report for the Texas Equal Suffrage Association. It includes travel expenses and the personal budget of the officers of the association.
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