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Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association, 1881 Constitution and Charter Members

KY Woman Suffrage

As part of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, H-Kentucky offers images of the original Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association (KWSA) adopted on October 27, 1881 - with many thanks to Sarah Dorpinhaus, Director of Digital Services in the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Page 4. Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. UKy Libraries SCRC, Lexington, Ky.

Page 4 of notebook "Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association" - includes

"Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Adopted October 27, 1881." Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center, Lexington, Kentucky.

Images provided by Sarah Dorpinghaus, SCRC Director of Digital Services, University of Kentucky.

Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Page 3. Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. UKy Libraries SCRC, Lexington, Ky.

Page 3 of notebook "Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association" -

"Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Adopted October 27, 1881." Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center, Lexington, Kentucky.

Images provided by Sarah Dorpinghaus, SCRC Director of Digital Services, University of Kentucky.

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