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December 14, 1918
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Votes for women
Flier listing objections to Women's Suffrage and responses, "People say... We Say..."
A flier that states the difference between men and women when it comes to voting.
Why women want to vote
Why women want to vote lists different types of women and why they need to vote.
Votes for women a success, North America proves it
Flier that shows which states, including Canada, have suffrage and which ones do not.
The American's Creed
The American's Creed was the winner of the $1,000 prize in the National Citizens' Creed Contest.
Women in the Country
Flier explaining listing the ways women in the country are affected by the lack of voting rights.
The Woman Citizen Journal
Printed speech from the National American Woman Suffrage Association president at a meeting held paying tribute to American Women War Workers.
Newsletter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense
Typed newsletter of the Woman's Committee Council of National Defense number 21.
Collection of Woman's Suffrage Newspaper Clippings in The Worcester Evening Post
This is a collection of various woman's suffrage news-related newspaper clippings that were printed in the Massachusetts newspaper The Worcester Evening Post. Among the clippings is a suffrage-related...
Outline of History of Woman Suffrage in Texas
Compiled by Annette Finnigan, this is a typewritten timeline/outline of the major events of woman suffrage history in Texas, including the creation and meetings of suffrage sub-committees and circles.
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...
The Woman Citizen pamphlet
Pamphlet of the book The Woman Citizen written by Mary Summer Boyd. The pamphlet was promoted as a guide book for women voters and those wishing to vote as well as a handbook of women citizenship.
Letters regarding a photograph
Three typed letters from the Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission regarding a photograph of one of its presidents and children. Mrs. Rose P. Ames and her children were photographed and Mrs. Edith Hinkle League...
Letter to Mrs Helen Moore
Typed letter from Catherine Gay, The Woman Citizen business manager's assistant, to Mrs. Helen Moore of Galveston, TX. thanking her for accepting the position of state chairman of the Woman Citizen Circulation...
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...
Letter to State President
This is a typewritten letter to Madam President from the Chairman of the Food Production Committee of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. It informs Madam President of this new committee...
Letter from Pattie Ruffner Jacobs to the Press
This is a typewritten letter from Pattie Ruffner Jacobs to the Press defining the difference between the National American Woman Suffrage Association and the Woman's Party.
Woman's suffrage result of education
A rebuttle to an article opposing women's suffrage presented by Mrs. S. L. Robertson. This article takes the perspective of a Southern woman's arguments in favor of suffrage and refutes arguments that...
Alice Paul, Chairman of the National Woman's party
An article about Alice Paul, and the other women picketing the White House.
A couple articles from "The Woman Citizen" regarding Red Cross and medical work of women during World War I.
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