Kentucky Woman Suffrage
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Burial site for Lucy Adams Nield (1862-1930)
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Lucy Adams Nield (1862? - 13 July 1930) was president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Kentucky, head of the Civics Department of the Woman's Club of Louisville and the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs. In 1908 the Louisville ERA elected her as first vice president and she served as president also - that year the LERA changed its name to the Woman's Suffrage Association of Louisville. She served as an orator for the Free Lecture Bureau of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association; and, she was elected in 1908 to chair the KERA Committee on Industrial Problems Affecting Women and Children. Nield died at her home, 1048 Cherokee Road, in Louisville and was buried with her husband at Elmwood Cemetery in Mount Vernon, Kentucky.
Reference source of Information:
"Mrs. Lucy Adams Nield, Active Social and Political Worker, Dies" Courier-Journal (14 July 1930)