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Incomplete letter written by Minnie Fischer Cunningham
A typewritten, but incomplete letter, with a handwritten draft composed by Minnie Fisher Cunningham in order to refute the claims of the Association opposed to women's suffrage. It also highlights the...
Clipping about turnout of women voters
The clipping includes a photograph of women voting.
A flier that states the difference between men and women when it comes to voting.
Women in the Country
Flier explaining listing the ways women in the country are affected by the lack of voting rights.
Shall the Women's Vote be Thrown Out?
Article about protection of women's voting rights. Article mentions that the case Chambliss Vs. Childers turns on the constitutionality of the right of women to vote in the primary. The article characterises...
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham from Mr. T. N. Jones explaining the legal proceedings that may occur if a suit is filed to prevent women from voting in the primaries. He spells out possible scenarios...
An article that explains how the German-American Alliance planned to control Texas by using schools and universities with the idea of Germanizing America.
Letter to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt
Letter to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt concerning the report that the Senate of Texas found James E. Ferguson guilty on 10 of the 21 charges preferred against him by the house and pronounced sentence of impeachment...
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...
Women of El Paso willing and anxious to assume burden of fuller citizenship
An article and photograph of women voting in the Texas primaries.
Green, Rena Maverick, Mrs.
A letter from Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Rena Maverick Green responding to her letter, which is attached. The letters regarding the efforts of the San Antonio suffrage association. It also references,...
Article about suffrage leaders' trip to Austin
Article about Mrs. Hortense Ward and Minnie Fisher Cunningham's trip to Austin during a special session of the legislature. Their efforts will concentrate on an amendment prepared by Judge Ocie Speer granting...
Letter to Mrs. B. J. Cunningham from Mrs. Walter McNab Miller
Letter to Mrs. B. J. Cunningham from Mrs. Walter McNab Miller concerning Eugene Black's assertion that 95% of the women of his district did not want to vote. Mrs. Miller suggests a letter writing campaign...
Letter to Miss Rose Young from 1st V.P Texas Eq. Suff. Assn.
Letter to Miss Rose Young from 1st Vice President of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association concerning the Senate Bill 242 proposed by O. S. Lattimore, State Senator from Fort Worth, Texas.
Information Service from National American Woman Suffrage Association
Typed information about suffrage, voting, women's rights and democracy.
Postcard titled 'Votes for Women a Success'
This is picture postcard sent by Elizabeth Potter to Mrs. B.J. Cunningham. On the picture side of the postcard is a color-coded map of the states in the US that either supported male suffrage only (yellow...
Calendar of votes for Suffrage Map of North America
This is a small picture calendar. On the picture side of it is a color-coded suffrage map of North America and the status of the suffrage rights each North American state/territory has granted to its respective...
Woman's suffrage result of education
A rebuttle to an article opposing women's suffrage presented by Mrs. S. L. Robertson. This article takes the perspective of a Southern woman's arguments in favor of suffrage and refutes arguments that...
Women eligible for most offices in Texas
An article in favor of women's suffrage and citing the civic positions women already can and do hold.
It doesn't unsex her...
A women's suffrage propoganda postcard countering the rhetoric that voting will make a woman masculine by taking on masculine roles.
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