How Did Texas Women Win Partial Suffrage in a One-Party Southern State in 1918?

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Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt, 25 January 1918

Document 2: Minnie Fisher Cunningham to C. B. Metcalfe, 28 January 1918

Document 3: Charles B. Metcalfe to Minnie Fisher Cunningham, 10 February 1918

Document 4: Minnie Fisher Cunningham to C. B. Metcalfe, 13 February 1918

Document 5: Charles B. Metcalfe to Minnie Fisher Cunningham, 18 February 1918

Document 6: Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt, 25 March 1918

Document 7: Charles B. Metcalfe to Minnie Fisher Cunningham, 12 April 1918

Document 8: Nannie Webb Curtis et al. to the Women of Texas, [1918]

Document 9: "Hobby Is Recent Convert to Plan of Woman Suffrage," 18 April 1918

Document 10: Hortense Ward to the Women of Texas, 15 May 1918

Document 11: "Vote for Hobby for Governor," [June 1918]

Document 12: Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Mrs. E. B. Reppert, 17 June 1918

Document 13: "Minutes of Special Meeting of Executive Board of the Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission, Inc.," 20 June 1918

Document 14: Mrs. A. B. Griffith to Dear Madam, 28 June 1918

Document 15: "One More Cook Ought to Improve the Broth," 10 July 1918

Document 16: Martin M. Crane to Walter J. Crawford, 12 July [1918]

Document 17: Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt, 15 July 1918

Document 18: "Ferguson Claims He Is as Loyal as Hobby," 19 July 1918

Document 19: "48 Hours," 25 July 1918

Document 20: "Woman Vote Sweeps Texas," 29 July 1918

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