Dorothy Fitzgerald, leading bugler, in gilded chariot leading 1916 Lexington suffrage parade

Randolph Hollingsworth's picture

Image of Dorothy Fitzgerald, bugler, and her little sister in a "gilded chariot" from Lexington Herald, Sunday, May 7, 1916, page 1; copy archived at University of Kentucky Special Collections and Research Center.

According to the article on May 5th, Dorothy was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Fitzgerald who was chosen to act as the bugler "to announce the approach of the parade. The girl took a prominent part in The Kirmess, opening the show with a cornet solo, and playing other parts."
- "Final Plans for Suffrage Parade," Lexington Herald, May 5, 1916, page 3.