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Program for Federal Amendment Days
Program for Federal Amendment Days which shows a list of events and speakers for the National American Woman Suffrage Association.
Speaking of the Presidential Election in 1920
This is a rhetorical handout meant to help remind voters about the Federal Suffrage Amendment as the 1920 Presidential election approaches. In the handout are several statistics of interest regarding women's...
Hon. Charles A. Culberson Letter
A letter to Charles A Culberson from Minnie Fisher Cunningham expressing reasons that he should favor the passage of the Federal Suffrage Amendment.
A letter between Judge Greer and Minnie Fisher Cunningham, and her response. regarding the judicial and legal aspects of state and federal amendments permitting women's suffrage.
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...
Letter to our Presidents
Letter from the National American Woman Suffrage Association to our Presidents concerning the opening of congress. The letter writer makes an appeal to congress for the federal amendment about Woman's...
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 Senator J. C. McNealus
This is an open letter typewritten letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Senator J.C. McNealus in which Mrs. Cunningham challenges the Senator's recent political actions and his positions, ones that...
Postcard titled 'Votes for Women a Success'
This is picture postcard sent by Elizabeth Potter to Mrs. B.J. Cunningham. On the picture side of the postcard is a color-coded map of the states in the US that either supported male suffrage only (yellow...
Correspondence between Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth
This is correspondence between the Headquarters Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Garth, the President of the Beaumont Equal Suffrage Association. Headquarters Secretary initially asked Mrs. J. W. Garth to mail...
Federal Amendment Slip
Printed paper slip promoting pamphlets and flier information available discussing women suffrage reasons that constitutional amendment was needed.
Letter to State President
This is a typewritten letter to the State President from the Recording Secretary asking if this state will help to contribute $75 to raise a total of $2,750 total to help buy a commemorative gift, a sapphire...
Letter to Congressional Chairman
This is a typewritten letter to another Congressional Chairman from Maud Wood Park discussing how best to get non-suffrage associations to support and help the federal amendment pass. Maud Wood Park details...
Letter to State Congressional Chairman
This is a typewritten letter from Mrs. Roessing to the State Congressional Chairman giving some guidelines on how best they can accomplish their goal to carry the Federal Amendment through to the 64th...
A letter from Woodrow Wilson to Carrie Chapman Catt in support of the Federal Suffrage Amendment.
Red Representative, Congressional District of Texas
Typed template in support of the federal suffrage amendment to be sent to state representatives.
World War I Article
This front-page story describes America's entrance into World War I.
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