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September 27, 1918
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Cunningham, Minnie Fis...
Girls Protective Leagu...
League, E. H.
Ledbetter, Lena Dancy
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A letter between E. League and Mrs. Fain, written on behalf of Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The letter references the health of Minnie Fisher Cunningham's mother, the Spanish flu, and personal information...
Edith H. League, Mrs.
A letter between Lena Ledbetter and Edith League regarding both paying dues to the suffrage league as well as the anti-vice and pro-suffrage efforts in Texas. Additionally the letter references personal...
National American Woman Suffrage Association; Information Service
An informational circular describing the state of women's suffrage, its goals, and purpose.
President Texas Equal Suffrage Association Spoke in Smithville
Article about city hall meeting in Bastrop County concerning women's right to vote.
Suffrage Law Held Unconstitutional by 79th District Judge
Article about constitutionality of women's right to vote in Texas. Judge Voll M. Taylor in the 79th District Court ruled that the woman vote could not be counted and ordered a canvass of the male vote....
Woman's Right to Vote Was Declared Unconstitional
Article about constitutionality of women's right to vote in Texas. Judge Voll M. Taylor ruled that the woman vote could not be counted in an election for the 36th disctrict court judge, and ordered a canvas...
Houston Woman Tendered Place on Accident Board
Article about election of Hortense Ward to Texas industrial accident board. She is the first woman secretary of the board.
Article about suffrage leaders' trip to Austin
Article about Mrs. Hortense Ward and Minnie Fisher Cunningham's trip to Austin during a special session of the legislature. Their efforts will concentrate on an amendment prepared by Judge Ocie Speer granting...
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 Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Article about Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunnigham's campaign to pass a suffrage amendment to the state constitution. The campaign will largely be an educational one, with speakers sent to every part of the state....
Shall the Women's Vote be Thrown Out?
Article about protection of women's voting rights. Article mentions that the case Chambliss Vs. Childers turns on the constitutionality of the right of women to vote in the primary. The article characterises...
Governor Signs Bill Giving Woman Vote in Primaries
Article about signing of bill giving women right to vote in primaries. Governor William Hobby signed the bill in his private office and was witnessed by Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham, Mrs. D.H. Doom, Mrs....
House Refuses Women Ballot Vote 76 to 56.
Article about Texas House rejection of equal suffrage resolution.
Will Women Remember?
Article about women's suffrage movement in Texas.
Call Issued to Halt Action on Woman Suffrage.
Article arguing against women's right to vote in Texas. The article argues that Texans voted down women's suffrage at the ballots and that Texas is not willing for other suffrage states to force women...
Campaign card for William Pettus Hobby
Card spells out some of the reasons to vote in favor of Wliiam P. Hobby for Governor.
Pamphlet outlining a mother's role in the education of her daughters concerning the process of reproduction. Includes topics of age-appropriate discussions.
Flanking Drive for Suffrage
Editorial about Governor Hobby's involvement in women's suffrage.
Girls Help to Make the World Safe for Girls
Pamphlet describing Girls Protective Leage in New York City.
Texas Social Hygene Association Letter (2)
Letter to Miss M. Eleanor Brackenridge, from Minnie Fisher Cunningham, forwarded to Mrs. E.M. Speer, concerning the dissolving of the Texas Women's Anti-Vice Committee and the creation of its successor,...
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