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Mary Jane Warfield Clay to Dearest Children (Mary and Laura), March 15, 1880, Laura Clay Papers 46m4 Box 1, folder 10, UK Special Collections Research Center

Clay Citation:  letter from Mary Jane Warfield Clay to "Dearest Children" [probably Mary Barr and Laura Clay living in Ann Arbor MI], March 15, 1880, Laura Clay Papers 46m4 Box 1, folder 10, ... Jane Warfield Clay, Laura Clay, Mary Barr Clay, Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett, Sue Bennett, ...

Clay, Farmer, Henry speaking on women's rights in KY House of Representatives, 13 January 1898

Description:  A broadside available at the University of Kentucky's Laura Clay papers, Special Collections Research Center. It reads: "Public Speaking! at the Representative Hall. Miss Laura Clay, Mrs. Eugenia ... the same three who spoke also on January 16, 1896. (Laura Clay and Eugenia B. Farmer, "Kentucky ...

Mary Jane Warfield Clay starts regular meetings of a suffrage club in Lexington

Laura Clay Papers, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center, Lexington, Kentucky. ... Clay, Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett, Laura Clay, Fayette County Equal Rights Association, ... Cassius M. Clay, Mary Jane Warfield Clay with her elder daughters-- Mary Barr Clay (also divorced) and ...

Committee Travels to Frankfort for Constitutional Convention

Convention arrives in Frankfort on the 8 th. This committee includes: Mrs. M.A. Watts, Miss Laura Clay, Mrs. ... Elections, Watts and Farmer have a hearing to push for school suffrage, and Laura Clay addresses the ... Rights Association, Frankfort KY, Mrs. M.A. Watts, Laura Clay, Josephine Henry, Mary Barr Clay, Eugenia ...

Connections between Kentucky and Tennessee- history of woman suffrage and voting rights today

the suffragists Laura Clay and Madeline McDowell Breckinridge held a debate in 1919 focusing on the ... local or state officers were also suffragists (e.g., Laura Clay in Kentucky). No woman was more ... South. Laura Clay, the youngest of Mary Jane Clay’s daughters, was elected president. At the age of 32, ...

Humanizing the Suffrage Movement

Laura Clay and Eugenia Farmer. Her relationship with the group would change in 1898 though, when her ... something members of KERA like Laura Clay and Sallie Clay Bennett had been arguing for years. Her fellow ... also a conflict between old friends. Henry and Laura Clay had been friends for years, and this caused a ...

Mary Barr Clay at National Woman Suffrage Association

Mary Barr Clay travels to St. Louis to represent Kentucky at the National Woman Suffrage Association convention.  Resources: Claudia Knott, “The Woman Suffrage Movement in Kentucky, 1879-1920,” ... 1886), 819. Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Mary Barr Clay, National Woman Suffrage ...

Mary Barr Clay

Site:  Lexington Cemetery Event(s)/Use associated with woman/group/site:  Burial place of Mary Barr Clay ... 1894-1912 Geographic Location:  Keywords:  Mary Barr Clay Lexington KY Kentucky Equal Rights Association ... Your Affiliation:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project Additional Comments:  Mary Barr Clay (1839-1924) was ...

Mary Barr Clay starts first permanent woman suffrage clubs in Kentucky

In May 1879 during the National Woman Suffrage Association convention, Mary Barr Clay met Susan B. ... Mrs. E.E. McCann and Mrs. Martha Haley. Mary B. Clay was also the first Kentucky woman to speak ... Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Mary Barr Clay, National Woman Suffrage Association, Women and Gender ...

Clay, Mary Barr. [Speech before U.S. House Judiciary Committee, March 8, 1884] in "Congressional Hearings and Reports of 1884," History of Woman Suffrage, Vol IV. Susan B. Anthony & Ida Husted Harper, eds. (Susan B. Anthony, 1902), 44-45.

Author: Clay, Mary Barr. Title: [Speech before U.S. House Judiciary Committee, March 8, 1884] in ... only) group. Mary Barr Clay had also spoken in public as a delegate to a convention of the Michigan ... Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. Clay's basic premise in the speech transcribed below ...

In Their Own Words

call, including Kentuckians Eugenia B. Farmer, Mary Barr Clay, Caroline A. Leech, Laura Clay, Lida ... a lady she will remember called “Miss Laura,” a reference to suffrage leader and friend of Obenchain’s, Laura Clay. These works by Obenchain have been a real pleasure to read, because they not only ...