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The presidents of the suffrage organizations from nineteen states -- from the South and West -- came together in a conference in St. Louis at the Buckingham Hotel, April 2-4, 1913. Kentuckians scheduled to speak were: Laura Clay (Lexington, KY) on "The Value of Non-Dues-Paying Organizations;" Belle Harris Bennett (Whitehall [Richmond], KY) on "Southern Women and the Ballot;" Madeline McDowell Breckenridge (Lexington, KY) on "What Women May Do for Women through the Ballot."
Title: Laura Clay and group marching for the Madison, Fayette, and Franklin Kentucky Equal Rights Association, at Democratic National Convention in St. Louis, [n.d.], , [n.d.].
Publisher: Laura Clay Photographic Collection, Box 1, item 3. University of Kentucky, Lexington KY.
See details on the photo in the Kentuckiana Digital Library's catalog: http://kdl.kyvl.org/catalog/xt7sbc3svg22_1_4.
Image of Susan Ann Bennett (1843-1891 snipped from p 83 of:
MacDonnell, Mrs. Robert W. Belle Harris Bennett: Her Life Work. Nashville, TN: The Woman's Section of the Board of Missions, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1928. Available online via Internet Archive at https://archive.org/details/belleharrisbenne01macd