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Suffrage articles in the Houston Post
A page from the Houston Post featuring two articles related to suffrage, one addressing accusations that the Post is calling all anti-suffragists liquor traffickers and another refuting the anti-suffrage...
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...
Collection of Woman's Suffrage Newspaper Clippings in The Worcester Evening Post
This is a collection of various woman's suffrage news-related newspaper clippings that were printed in the Massachusetts newspaper The Worcester Evening Post. Among the clippings is a suffrage-related...
Hortense Ward photo
A photo of Hortense Ward from the Houston Post.
An article in the Houston Post defending the role of women's work as part of society, and the need of women's roles to change with the times.
"The fading landmarks"
An article in the Houston Post discussing the question of national prohibition and national suffrage versus the ideal of state's rights and individualism.
Incomplete letter to the editor of Houston Post
An incomplete letter to the editor regarding the passing of the equal suffrage amendment in Texas.
Picture of Hortense Ward.
Picture of Hortense Ward as she signed the first registration receipt issued to women in Harris County.
Article about registration of women voters in Texas
The article is accompanied by a letter to Sister Edith from Sister E.M.S.
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter declining position offered by Mrs. Cunningham, but suggests Mrs. R. P. Doroght for the post instead.
State Prison Commission Letters
A series of letters between Mr. Chas S. Fowler and Minnie Fischer Cunningham concerning the appointment of Mrs. Harriet Nelson Leary as a member of the Prison Board. Mr. Fowler includes a letter he drafted...
Letter to George M. Bailey from the President
Letter to George M. Bailey from the President thanking him for the editorial "Women as Flappers" that appeared in the Post. It also goes on to explain how it is a good suffrage editorial.
Onward sweep of woman's suffrage
An article defending suffrage as both a right and a necessity for American women. It also shows the benefits of women's suffrage in the various states who have already granted the vote to women.
Do women want the ballot?
An article stating that the majority of Texas women do not want suffrage and opposing the Suffrage amendment.
An article warning that the Women's Suffrage amendment to the constitution has not been properly considered by the voters.
Suffragettes and President - Writer takes Post to task
A letter to the editor defending women's suffrage and refuting the assertions of anti-suffragists.
A persuasive article supporting the importance of the state suffrage movements as opposed to the national suffrage movement. The article asserts that only through state campaigning does the national movement...
Women hold balance of power for election - if they use it
A map of the United States demonstrating that women have a significant impact on the Presidential elections due to the number of electoral college votes in Suffrage states.
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