Katherine Peden 1968

A still photo of Katherine "Katie" Graham Peden (January 2, 1926 – January 8, 2006) from her Senate campaign film in 1968. She was elected in 1961 as the national president of the Business and Professional Women's Club. In 1963, Governor Edward T. Breathitt appointed Peden to his cabinet - she was the first American woman to serve as a state commerce commissioner. That same year, President John Kennedy appointed her to the first President's Commission on the Status of Women.

Dunbar High School basketball game circa 1960

Still photo from Dunbar High School basketball films from 1958 to 1964 in Lexington, Kentucky. Image snipped from "Curiosities & Wonders" (12 Feb 2021) http://ukyarchives.blogspot.com/2021/02/digitized-audio-and-film-added-to.html so to add to the announcement the films are now digitized and available via Explore UK.

Dolly Manire, Election Officer, Christian County, with ballot box

Image of Dolly (or Dollie) Frances Winsett Manire (6 November 1874 - 27 December 1965) with a ballot box. She served as Election Officer at the Haley’s Mill Precinct of Christian County, Kentucky from 1920 to 1957. She was married to Elder Jeptha Lemuel Manire of the Church of Latter Day Saints, with whom she had ten children. They both taught in the Christian County public schools and lived on a farm on Route 2 in Crofton, KY. This picture was taken by her daughter Eve Manire Jordan (1911–1998) and submitted to the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project by granddaughter Flora Schaller.

Dolly Manire, Election Officer, Christian County

Image of Dolly (or Dollie) Frances Winsett Manire (6 November 1874 - 27 December 1965) as Election Officer at the Haley’s Mill Precinct of Christian County, Kentucky -- a position she held from 1920 to 1957. She was married to Elder Jeptha Lemuel Manire of the Church of Latter Day Saints, with whom she had ten children. They both taught in the Christian County public schools and lived on a farm on Route 2 in Crofton, KY. Picture taken by her daughter Eve Manire Jordan (1911–1998) and submitted to the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project by granddaughter Flora Schaller.

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