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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

Description:  Title: 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.]. Publisher: Laura Clay ... Association, Franklin County Equal Rights Association, Laura Clay, Primary Source, network projects, Media ...

Annie Clay Crenshaw, 1869-1932, Richmond, Virginia

Movement in Virginia,” VCU Libraries (Spring 1998).  Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the Woman's Rights ... SUNY at Potsdam, Potsdam NY Annie Clay was born in 1859 in Richmond, Kentucky. Her parents, both from influential Kentucky families, were Mary Jane Warfield Clay and Cassius Marcellus Clay. She moved to ...

Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett

Warfield Clay and sister to Laura Clay and Mary Barr Clay, each members of the suffrage movement. Bennett ... Clay Bennett County:  Madison Town/City:  Richmond Zip Code:  40475   Street Address:  606 E Main St ... Keywords:  Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett Kentucky Equal Rights Association Madison County Equal ...

Esther Burnam Bennett, 1877-1952

instance, on February 6, 1904, Esther and her mother attended a talk given by Laura Clay in Frankfort in ... 1910, Esther married Warfield Clay Bennett, Laura Clay’s nephew.  At the time of their marriage, ... between 1890 and 1915.  Sallie Bennett’s sister, Laura Clay, perhaps the most famous advocate for suffrage ...

Susan B. Anthony

in Richmond, including one at the courthouse in 1879. Her visit was arranged by Mary Barr Clay, and ... 1792-1879 Geographic Location:  Keywords:  Susan B Anthony Richmond KY Mary Barr Clay Madison County Equal ...

Bennett, Belle H. An Outline of the World-wide Movement for the Liberation of Women. Nashville, TN: Williams, 1910.

1919. Her family’s estate bordered White Hall, and she knew the Cassius Clay family well.  Her brother James married suffragist Sarah Lewis "Sallie" Clay.  She was a member of the Richmond Equal ...