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Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Charles A Culberson
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Charles A Culberson disavowing any support for the more radical Women's Party, and expressing her continued support for Democratic party interests and the Women's...
Letter to county chairman of Democratic party
Letter to county chairman of the Democratic Party from Mrs. James B. Wells and the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage. The letter explains that allowing women to vote is a steps towards socialism...
Alice Paul, Chairman of the National Woman's party
An article about Alice Paul, and the other women picketing the White House.
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. E.B. Reppert
A letter to Mrs. Reppert from Minnie Fisher Cunningham reacting to the Feb 4, 1919 letter from General Crane, and expressing her opinion of the role of women and suffrage in the Democratic party.
County Chairman, Democratic Party
Typed letter from the Texas Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage asserting that women's suffrage will lead to socialism in the United States.
Texas Soldiers Are Disfranchised; Why not Enfranchise their Mothers?
Article about women's suffrage in Texas. The article recounts how Arkansas has already granted women the partial vote at primary elections. It also mentions that President Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic...
Letter to Mr. Marcellus E. Foster
Letter to Marcellus E. Foster, Editor of the Houston Chronicle, from Mrs.Minnie Fisher Cunningham concerning an editorial article that was included in a Houston edition of the Houston Chronicle that was...
Marriage - Should a Certificate of Health Be Required Before Issuing a License to Marry?
Pamphlet reprinted from the Texas Medical Journal that proposes health certficiates as requirements for obtaining a marriage license.
At the door of Woodrow Wilson
An editorial from the Dallas Dispatch about giving this country equal rights for women.
Correspondence between Mr. J. L. Smith
This is correspondence between a sympathizer of the suffrage cause named Mr. J. L. Smith and someone from the Texas Equal Suffrage Association organization where they discuss the radical and rogue group...
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 from Pattie Ruffner Jacobs to the Press
This is a typewritten letter from Pattie Ruffner Jacobs to the Press defining the difference between the National American Woman Suffrage Association and the Woman's Party.
A circular letter from the National American Women's Suffrage Association regarding both the celebration of Suffrage Day as well as the plans for gaining the endorsement of the Democratic party.
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