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"Map of United States Showing Progress of Equal Suffrage," Lexington Herald, May 7, 1916, page 3.
"Scene at Duncan Park Saturday Morning During National Suffrage Day Observance Following Parade Through City," Lexington Herald, 2 May 1915, page 3 .
"Suffrage Parade Is Biggest Ever Held in Kentucky," Lexington Herald (May 7, 1916), page 1 and 3.
"Suffrage Parade Is Biggest Ever Held in Kentucky," Lexington Herald (May 7, 1916), page 1.
"Suffrage Parade Is Biggest Ever Held in Kentucky," Lexington Herald (May 7, 1916), page 3.
"Votes for Women a Success: the Map Proves It" Licking Valley Courier, Vol. 6, No. 11, November 11, 1915
Breckinridge, M. McD. Some Reasons for Granting School Suffrage to Kentucky Women. May 1910
Breckinridge, S. P. "Political Equality for Women and Women's Wages," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 56 (November 1, 1914): 122-33.
Breckinridge, Sophonisba. In “Statement of Miss Jane Addams and Others, January 11, 1916.” Commission for Enduring Peace. Hearings before Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives.... Washington: Government Printing Office, 1916.
Britton, Mary E. “Woman’s Suffrage: A Potent Agency in Public Reforms.” The American Catholic Tribune, July 22, 1887, p.1, cols. 3-5.
Burroughs, Nannie Helen. "Black Women and Reform." The Crisis 10 (August 1915): 187
Clay, Farmer, Henry speaking on women's rights in KY House of Representatives, 13 January 1898
Cromwell, Emma Guy. Citizenship: A Manual for Voters. Frankfort, Kentucky: Emma Guy Cromwell, 1920.
Directions for Parade Marchers in Lexington, 6 May 1916
Dorothy Fitzgerald, leading bugler, in gilded chariot leading 1916 Lexington suffrage parade
Elizabeth Dunster Gibson Foster, aka Mrs. Harrison Gardner Foster, suffragist from Lexington
Hall, Eliza Calvert. Aunt Jane of Kentucky. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1907.
Hall, Eliza Calvert. The Land of Long Ago. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1909.
Harper, Ida Husted. The Life And Work of Susan B. Anthony: Including Public Addresses, Her Own Letters And Many From Her Contemporaries During Fifty Years. 3 Volumes. Indianapolis: Bowen Merrill, 1898-1908.
Henry, Josephine K. "The New Woman of the New South" The Arena 11 (1895): 353-363.
History of woman suffrage. Ed. by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Ida Husted Harper. 6 Volumes. New York: Fowler & Wells, 1881-1922.
Important Speech of Mrs. M.C. Walling on Reconstruction and Universal Suffrage, Delivered in the U.S. Senate, May 10, 1866
Kentucky Equal Rights Association minutes and reports
KERA Delegate Badge Ribbon for Lexington KY with Miss Clay nameplate pin
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.]. Laura Clay Photographic Collection, University of Kentucky, Lexington KY
Lockwood Flyer for 1885 Lecture in Lexington
Marie Louise Michot, 1916 Yearbook Picture
Mill, Harriet Taylor. "The Enfranchisement of Women" Westminster Review (July 1851): 295-96.
Murray, Judith Sargent. "On the Equality of the Sexes," The Massachusetts Magazine, II (1790): 132-226.
Officers and National Organizers - Women of Protest: Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's Party. Library of Congress.
Poster for Laura Clay 1916 Speaking Tour in Iowa
Re: Henry, Josephine K. "The New Woman of the New South" The Arena 11 (1895): 353-363.
Sklar, Kathryn Kish. Women's Rights Emerges within the Anti-Slavery Movement, 1830-1870: A Brief History with Documents. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2000.
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Anthony, Susan B., and Gage, Matilda Joslyn, eds. History of Woman Suffrage vol. 3 Rochester: Charles Mann Printer, 1887.
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, et. al., “Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions” (1848)
Stevens, Doris. Jailed for Freedom. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1920.
Suffering Suffragettes. The Crisis. 4 (June 1912): 76-77
Suffrage Parade on Main Street, Lexington, 6 May 1916
Votes for women banners for suffrage parades
White Women of Kentucky Cannot Afford to Fail to Vote... (broadside circa 1922) Library Special Collections, Western Kentucky University
Woman Suffrage by Federal Constitutional Amendment, compiled by Carrie Chapman Catt. National Woman Suffrage Publishing Co., 1917.
Women Who Took Part in Convention Suffrage Fight
“The Victory is Won, An Inspiration for Future Work,” suffrage speech by Rev. J. M. Maxon on May 1, 1915
“Woman’s Suffrage by 1925 is Forecast by Rev. J.M. Maxon,” The Lexington Herald, Sunday, May 2, 1915, pages 1 and 3.