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Catt, Carrie Chapman
[shass, Anna h.]
Park, Maud Wood
Catt, Carrie Chapman, ...
Chamberlin, Emily Hall
December 14, 1918
March 7, 1919
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Men's women's suffrage league of Georgetown
Page 2 of a letter from the Men's Women's Suffrage League of Georgetown, in favor of women's suffrage. There's a handwritten note on the back of the letter by an unknown author.
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.
A propaganda poster in favor of women's suffrage urging voters to vote yes for Women's suffrage on the upcoming May 24, 1919 vote.
Woman and her work
An article from the Fort Worth Record favoring women's suffrage and describing the successes of women's suffrage around the world.
Mr. R. M. Dudley
Typed letter to Mr. R. M. Dudley of the Alabama Male Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage offering opposition to women's suffrage.
Letter to Mrs. Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Typed letter from W. L. Dean to Minnie Fisher Cunningham in support of the women's suffrage amendment.
Letters to the Members of the Executive Council
This is a typewritten letter from President of the suffrage association Carrie Chapman Catt to the Members of the Executive Council alerting them that the country would be at war soon and this would possibly...
Editorial page of the Evening Journal
An editorial page featuring articles in favor of prohibition and women's suffrage. The main article is entitled "A fight of twenty years, for women and against whiskey". In particular it features a large...
Letter to Mrs. H.P. Corbin
Letter explains that while Mr. Turell personally supports women's suffrage, the Good Government League strongly supports Prohibition as its primary plank, and is not interested in divisive issues such...
Letter to Times-Dispatch in Richmond, VA
Typed letter from Mrs. Ida Husted Harper, Editorial Chairman of the Leslie Commission, to the editor of the Times-Dispatch newspaper in Richmond, VA. Mrs. Harper was writing in response to a statement...
A periodical for women's suffrage, featuring specifically women's war work during World War i.
Poem on Woman Suffrage
A letter to Minnie Fisher Cunningham containing several poems in favor of women's suffrage and honoring women's war work. One of these poems is typed, and two are handwritten with the letter.
Letter addressed to my Dear President
Typed letter to chapter presidents encouraging them to be present and if possible send a full delegation to St. Louis, the location of the suffrage convention. The letter makes notes of the strides being...
War Work Bulletin
Bulletin published by Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) National Board War Work Council
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...
An essay about the goals for women's suffrage and the contributions of women to national and international politics and social well being.
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...
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.
Splendid argument against women's suffrage
A newspaper article arguing that voting and politics is not part of women's work and that it isn't necessary for their role in society. The article prints the paper read by Mrs. S. L. Robertson at a joint...
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.
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