"Mrs. J.D. Hays" - clipped from "Votes for Women a Success: the Map Proves It," Licking Valley Courier [West Liberty, KY], (November 11, 1915) Vol. 6, No. 11, page 3 [via The Kentucky Digital Library].
Author: Joel Deutscher
Title: Identity from History: Coeducation and Women at Berea
Publisher: YouTube (24 June 2017)
Snip from the front page of a pamphlet by Belle Harris Bennett of Richmond, Kentucky: "An Outline of the World-wide Movement for the Liberation of Women," Nashville, Tenn.: Williams Printing Company, 1910.
With gratitude to Mrs. Yvonne Giles of the Isaac Scott Hathaway Museum, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky, who shared this scan of the license granted to Dr. Mary Ellen Britton to practice medicine in Fayette County, Kentucky. The license is dated August 25, 1902 - making Dr. Britton the first woman licensed to practice medicine in Fayette County.
Logo for the Breaking the Bronze Ceiling campaign in Lexington, Kentucky. Their goal is to have a monument in place - in a prominent downtown Lexington location - in 2020 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. See more about this initiative and get updates from their Facebook community page: https://www.facebook.com/breakingbronzeceiling/
Mrs. Mary Creegan Roark (Of Lexington, President of Lexington Sorosis). "Women at the Polls In Lexington Last Fall." Courier-Journal (May 17, 1896) [clipping in Laura Clay Papers, Box 18, folder 18, University of Kentucky Special Collections and Research Center].
The clipping, describing the successful school board elections in Lexington of the fall of 1895 and the installation of the new board, included a short biography of Mrs. Roark, under the subtitle: "A Successful Candidate" as follows:
Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, Richmond, Ky." Kentucky Woman's Journal, Official Organ of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs. Vol. 2, No. 2 (May 1917): 7.
Mrs. Ida Withers Harrison (President of the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky). "Women at the Polls In Lexington Last Fall." Courier-Journal (May 17, 1896) clipping in Laura Clay Papers, 46M4, Box 18, folder 18, University of Kentucky Special Collections and Research Center.
"Mrs. A.M. Harrison, Lexington, Ky. State Chairman of Social Hygiene." Kentucky Woman's Journal, Official Organ of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs. Vol. 2, No. 2 (May 1917): 11.