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A flier that states the difference between men and women when it comes to voting.
Venereal Diseases: A Sociologic Study
Pamphlet describing spread of venereal disease, primarily through prostituion.
Friend or Enemy? To the Men of the Army and Navy
Pamphlet written by M.J. Exner, M.D., Secretary International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Hand-written letter from Mrs. E.A. Lelly to Minnie Fisher Cunningham about a petition for women's suffrage from the men and women of Frio County.
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Hall Greer
This letter suggests that women participate in the upcoming Democratic primary and attempt to have women or men friendly to the cause elected as delagtes. It also targets Senator Parr as an enemy to the...
Letter to the Editor, Houston Post
Letter to the editor of Houston Post from Minnie Fisher Cunningham refuting criticisms against the Texas Equal Suffrage association because they employ men. She explains that the Texas Equal Suffrage association...
Letter to the members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association from its President
Letter written by Minnie Fisher Cunningham in which she exhorts the members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association to rally support for the passage of a Suffrage Amendment. Mrs. Cunningham asks supporters...
Men will not give way
A letter to the editor opposing women's suffrage.
Men's women's suffrage league of Georgetown
Page 2 of a letter from the Men's Women's Suffrage League of Georgetown, in favor of women's suffrage. There's a handwritten note on the back of the letter by an unknown author.
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.
Prostitution in its Relation to the Army on the Mexican Border
Pamphlet describing prostitution in the soldier population along the U.S.-Mexico border.
This is a Press release from the National American Woman Suffrage Association calling to light the many questionable activities of suffrage opposers and anti-suffragettes. The press release gives several...
Resolution passed by the Board of The National American Woman Suffrage Association on Wednesday, November 8th, 1916
Resolution passed by the Board of The National American Woman Suffrage Association on Wednesday, November 8, 1916 concerning unfair wages discrepancies between men and women in civil service.
State Report for June Demonstrations in 1917
This is a template report on the circularization of business men and garden inspection day. The template includes 5 questions.
Suffrage words to the tune of Yankee Doodle
A poem in favor of suffrage calling on men to support the movement.
Third Liberty Loan Quota Letter
This letter explains the importance of raising the full quota for the Third Liberty Loan and its effects on the men in the war front.
War and suffrage
Typed persuasive letter from the Men's Woman Suffrage League of Georgetown, Texas.
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