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A letter regarding the failed prohibition vote and updating Mrs. League on the suffrage activities in El Paso. The letter also references Mrs. Cunningham's attempt at resigning from the presidency of the...
A letter regarding the financial needs of the national suffrage organizations as well as the results of the suffrage school in Houston.
A letter regarding the financial needs of the Texas Equal Suffrage Assocation as well as mentioning Canada's strides in equal suffrage.
Minnie Fisher Cunnigham
A letter regarding the transfer of expense approval from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to Anna B. Cade.
A letter regarding, in particular, the need for prominent male supporters of suffrage.
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to the Editor, Democrat
A letter to the editor regarding a Women's Suffrage supplement to be run with the local papers.
A request for more suffragettes to picket the White House, sent by Alice Paul to Elizabeth Herndon Potter. On the back is a handwritten note by Elizabeth Herndon Potter regarding the Alice Paul letter....
Address on Full Citizen Suffrage, and the Power of Legislature to Amend the Suffrage Statue
A speech regarding women's suffrage and limiting suffrage to American citizens.
John Davis, Mrs.
A telegram between from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. John Davis regarding the board meeting called to discuss the conflict between Mrs. John Davis and Mrs. Cunningham.
Press Release for Sunday, January 21
A typewritten press release from Minnie Fisher Cunningham regarding Equal Suffrage and the Texas Equal Suffrage Association's work with the Texas House and Senate.
Houston woman tendered place on accident board
An article regarding Mrs. Hortense Ward's opportunity to join the industrial accident board which includes a listing of her political work and qualifications.
Author of Suffrage Bill to speak Friday night
An article regarding the speaking series in favor of equal suffrage.
Incomplete letter to the editor of Houston Post
An incomplete letter to the editor regarding the passing of the equal suffrage amendment in Texas.
Hortense Ward Letter
Circular letter from Harris County Equal Suffrage Association regarding the distribution of fliers and the importance to spread the word about the vote for equal suffrage and prohibition.
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 from Edna Annette Beveridge to Minnie Fisher Cunnighman
Handwritten letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham regarding the state of suffrage legislation and lamenting that suffragists seem to have to put the issue off in order to deal with another political issue...
M. Eleanor Brackenridge
Letter from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham to M. Eleanor Brackenridge regarding the financial needs of the Texas suffrage associations.
Letter of support to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunnigham from Ella Pomroy, regarding the conflict between Minnie Fisher Cunnigham and Mrs. John Davis.
Correspondance with Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick
Correspondance with Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick of the War Department, discussing the fate of prostitutes following the outlawing of prostitution in several Texas cities.
Letter to Rena Maverick Green
Letter to Rena Maverick Green from Minnie Fisher Cunnigham dated Januray 2, 1918. She addresses the cause for delay in getting an organizer in San Antonio. She gives instructions regarding pledges that...
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