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A letter to Ella Pomeroy from Minnie Fisher Cunningham
A letter to Ella Pomeroy from Minnie Fisher Cunningham letting her know that Miss Donna Roberts will be State Financial Campaign Manager for the Brackenridge Suffrage Foundation Fund. They will report...
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 our Presidents
Letter from the National American Woman Suffrage Association to our Presidents concerning the opening of congress. The letter writer makes an appeal to congress for the federal amendment about Woman's...
Votes for women
Flier listing objections to Women's Suffrage and responses, "People say... We Say..."
Telegram to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt from Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Telegram to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt from Minnie Fisher Cunningham letting her know that the registration of Texas women voters is closed. She also goes on to explain how she had to contend with 6 confusing...
Votes For Women, The woman's reason
Flier that states reasons why women should vote.
Women in the home
Flier that states how a mother cannot maintain the home unless she is allowed to vote.
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.
Why women want to vote
Why women want to vote lists different types of women and why they need to vote.
Votes for women a success, North America proves it
Flier that shows which states, including Canada, have suffrage and which ones do not.
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.
At the door of Woodrow Wilson
An editorial from the Dallas Dispatch about giving this country equal rights for women.
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...
Seein' Is Believin' --- Have a look!
Flier describing the spread of woman's suffrage from Wyoming in 1869 to twelve states in 1917.
Letter to Mrs. J. J. Hardin from Carrie Chapman Catt
Copy of a letter to Mrs. J. J. Hardin from Carrie Chapman Catt about receiving the note and enclosed bulletin as edited and circulated by James E. Ferguson.
Victory Map in 1919
A map depicting all the states that have suffrage and those that do not.
Suffrage News Bulletin issued for the National American Woman Suffrage Association
This is a Suffrage News Bulletin for the National American Woman Suffrage Association in which the latest events and activities of the organization are stated, such as the news that Rhode Island has given...
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...
National suffrage bulletin
National suffrage news bulletin submitted by Rose Young. Some of the articles were, " Suffrage in Canada", "High Cost of Voting", "Editor Co-operation in Georgia", and "Arizona Suffrage Bill Protected"....
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