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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...
War Work Bulletin
Bulletin published by Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) National Board War Work Council
War Work Bulletin number 63
This newsletter reports on the efforts of the Young Women's Christian Association to promote domestic work.
Over the Top
A circular letter updating women on suffrage work as well as commenting on the war work of women and the fact that women will have to take men's places as the men are sent overseas.
A letter regarding Minnie's interest in "war work", charity work benefiting World War I.
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....
Outline for county campaign
Outline for county campaign, including preliminary work, the campaign proper, meetings, and follow-up work.
Letter to Mrs. Catt
Typed letter to Mrs. Catt from suffrage work who received funds to continue her work. She originally had declined the salary until her personal funds were depleted. After requesting the original offer...
A periodical for women's suffrage, featuring specifically women's war work during World War i.
Program for Senate Work
A handwritten draft of the plan presented to the suffragists for how to secure support of Senators for Equal Suffrage.
Press Release for Sunday, January 21
A typewritten press release from Minnie Fisher Cunningham regarding Equal Suffrage and the Texas Equal Suffrage Association's work with the Texas House and Senate.
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.
Kate Barnard, "Oklahoma Kate"
Pamphlet in support of Kate Bernard, an activist and civil servant. The pamphlet describes her work and uses it as an example of what women can do in politics.
Letter from Maye B. Ames to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Handwritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham updating her on the status of suffrage work in Paris, Texas.
Working with senators, letter
A handwritten letter recording her work with Senators regarding suffrage.
Mother's clarion call
An anti-vice address penned by Lena Ledbetter, specifically arguing the importance for mothers to work towards eliminating legalized prostitution and alcohol, and referencing the power of women to change...
W. H. Fain, Mrs.
A letter and enclosed telegram and attachment listing suffrage organizations in the Houston area, as well as a personal reference to Minnie Fisher Cunningham's efforts and tiredness in the suffrage work....
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.
Letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham
This letter expresses appreciation to Mrs. Cunningham for her work in the suffrage movement.
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Carrie Chapman Catt discussing the possible bid for reelection for Governor Hobby. She also mentions that Canada has given the vote to mothers, daughters, sisters...
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