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Rogers, Emma Winner
March 7, 1919
February 28, 1919
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Letter to Madam President
This is a typewritten letter from Emma Winner Rogers to Madam President outlining the Million Dollar Fund Plan to determine whether this plan is the best fiscal plan for the National Suffrage Association...
Correspondence Concerning the Handicapped States Program
Public: An International Journal of Fundamental Democracy
A periodical featuring various essays and poems in support of women's suffrage.
What President Wilson Says
A pamphlet detailing Woodrow Wilson's support for suffrage, including pictures and quotes from Wilson and Carrie Chapman Catt.
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.
President of the United States
Handwritten letter to the President of the United States from the Texas Equal Suffrage Association. The letter thanks him for his support of equal suffrage.
Cunningham and Mrs. League, Mrs.
A handwritten letter reporting plans for seeing the Texas delegation in New York at the convention.
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....
Newspaper clipping marked Food Conservation
Newspaper clipping of a poem by Wilson McLandburgh. Hand-written note on clipping marks it as Food Conservation.
Letter about Brownsville Equal Suffrage League
Letter describing the youngest and best loved child, the Brownsville Equal Suffrage League. They will be working on conservation and thrift efforts for the first few months. Letter request that conservation...
Americanization Program of the Committee on Foreign-Born Women
Pamphlet of Americanization Program of the Committee on Foreign-Born Women.
Prostitution in its Relation to the Army on the Mexican Border
Pamphlet describing prostitution in the soldier population along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Standard Statistics of Prostitution, Gonorrhea, Syphillis
Publication outlining statistics related to prostitution and venereal disease in the United States
Letter to the President from Minnie FIsher Cunningham
Letter to the President from Minnie Fisher Cunningham letting her know that it is the time to have each congressman flooded with letters before Convention of Congress in December. The letter is for commending...
Letter to the President from Carrie Chapman Catt
Letter to the President from Carrie Chapman Catt concerning a new woman's journal called "The Woman Citizen". It urges organizers at the state level to report on activites to the journal.
Letter to Mrs. Cunningham from Katharine D. McCormick
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Katharine D. McCormick concerning a convention program of 6 or 7 speakers from various state associations to tell of the obstacles, difficulties, and tragedies...
Western Women in New York Resent Disfranchisement
A letter explaining how women of the West are taking action to stop being denied the right to vote.
Victory Map in 1919
A map depicting all the states that have suffrage and those that do not.
Untitled Typed Manuscript
Typed manuscript recalls the business arrangement they had to supply food and produce to railroad customers; at first the railroad would stop at the farm itself, later packages of goods were picked up...
Brief Synopsis of the Life of Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Hand written and typed versions of a synopsis of the life of Minnie Fisher Cunningham. The synospsis begins with her birth at Fisher Farms, follows her education, and her several accomplishments throughout...
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