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Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter from Marguerite Davis to Minnie Fisher Cunningham expressing dismay over the reaction to the Suffrage Bill in the Texas House of Representatives. It also discusses other relevent political issues...
Cunningham, Minnie Fisher
Handwritten letter from Elizabeth Herndon Potter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham regarding the recording of a speech given in Congress regarding suffrage and other issues related to the national suffrage amendment...
Letter to Mrs. H.P. Corbin
Letter explains that while Mr. Turell personally supports women's suffrage, the Good Government League strongly supports Prohibition as its primary plank, and is not interested in divisive issues such...
Why Every Community Should Organize Against Vice
Pamphlet encouraging local communities to organize on a variety of public health and morality issues. Includes suggestions for how to organize and ideas for public talks and publications.
Report on Fort Worth
Report on various public-health issues in Fort Worth and Camp Bowie, with a focus on prostitution and venereal disease.
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...
Correspondence between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Bertha Lee Broyles
This is correspondence between Minnie Fisher Cunningham and Bertha Lee Broyles in which various suffrage issues are discussed, such as how to spend a $5 postage appropriation donation Bertha Lee Broyles...
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...
Letter to Mrs. Shuler plus Report of Texas Equal Suffrage Association
This is a typewritten letter to Mrs. Frank J. Shuler from the Headquarters Secretary in which the Secretary discusses and includes a copy of the report of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association's matters...
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.
Letter to Mrs. Catt
Typed letter from Mrs. Cunningham to President Catt asking for immediate advice on working to get the suffrage bill passed. As the Texas government was in turmoil, it was suggested that this would be the...
Letter to State Congressional Chairmen
This is a typewritten letter from Congressional Chairman Maud Wood Park to the State Congressional Chairmen about assorted issues such as the status of the Suffrage Committee and the National Woman's Party...
Letter to Presidents and Accompanying Documents
This is a typewritten letter from the President Carrie Chapman Catt to the presidents of the state suffrage association affiliates. Carrie Chapman Catt discusses in her letter a document called the Note...
Suffrage political cartoon
A political cartoon featuring current platform issues and an unidentified politician.
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