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American Woman Suffrage Association and Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association

suffrage conventions Lucy Stone Mary Barr Clay Women and Gender History/ Studies KYSuffrageTrail Your ... President Lucy Stone and Mary Barr Clay (who became AWSA president in 1883) at the home of Mary Jane Warfield Clay in Lexington. The convention gathered many who were curious about the suffrage movement, and ...

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 ...

John D. White

Historical Society Geographic Location:  Keywords:  John D. White Alice Harris White Laura White Clay County ... Additional Comments:  John D. White was a politician from Clay County and also a suffrage supporter. His ... John's sister Laura White was also a suffrage supporter, serving as an active member in the Kentucky ...

Alice Harris White

Add a Comment Project Name:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage KYSuffrageTrail Name of Historic Site:  White Cemetery Event(s)/Use associated with woman/group/site:  Burial place of Alice Harris White County:  Clay ... Equal Rights Association Kentucky Equal Rights Association Clay County KY Manchester KY Goose Rock KY ...

Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association, 1881 Constitution and Charter Members

constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Laura Clay was elected President and Col. John H. Ward ... and national levels. This primary source resource can be found in the Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, ... Suffrage Association. Adopted October 27, 1881." Laura Clay Papers, 46m4, Box 15, folder 11. ...

Mary Ellen Britton: A Potent Agent for Public Reform

1855 to Laura Marshall and Henry Harrison Britton. Her father Henry, who was of Spanish/Indian heritage, was a free born carpenter and barber. Her mother, Laura was born a slave yet unlike most slaves she was taught to read and write and was freed by her mistress in 1848 at the age of 16. Also Laura ...

Women Who Took Part in Convention Suffrage Fight

Executive Council of the NAWSA then also) when Laura Clay had started the Citizen's Committee for a ... Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, Martina Grubbs Riker, Laura Clay, Alice Barbee Castleman, ... Add a Comment riker-clay-castleman-foster-post-1919.jpg Resources Tab, Primary Source, KYSuffrage, ...

Poster for Laura Clay 1916 Speaking Tour in Iowa

Description:  A poster featuring Laura Clay (pre-printed for Iowa and dated in 1916) from the Laura Clay ... NAWSA and Laura Clay (of both the NAWSA and the Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference) spoke in Iowa ... at http://digital.lib.uiowa.edu/cdm/ref/collection/suffrage/id/2308. Keywords:  Iowa history, Laura ...

Kentucky Delegate Pin Badge for Mrs. Harrison G. Foster at NAWSA Jubilee Convention in St. Louis 1919

Laura Clay (Lexington), Mrs. W.D. Drake, Mrs. Charles [Jessie Edith Riddell] Firth (Covington), Mrs. ... Fowler] Post (Paducah), Mrs. George [Evelyn Shelby] Roberts (Marion), Miss Laura R. White (Ashland). See a ...

Elise Bennett Smith, 1917

"Fanny" Smith- the daughter of Sarah Clay Bennett (and niece of Laura Clay) later,  Elise Bennett Smith Gagliardini. Image from Laura Clay's copy of the journal archived at the University of Kentucky Special Collections and Research Center (Laura Clay Papers, 46M4, Box 16, folder 11). Keywords:  Elise Bennett Smith, ...

Avery, Susan Look. "Justice to the Negro," Laura Clay Papers, Box 18, folder 8, University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center

Add a Comment avery-justicetothenegro-claypapersbox18fldr8.jpg Bibliography, Archive Item, KYSuffrage, Research, Teaching Description:  Author: Avery, Susan Look. Title:  "Justice to the Negro," (April 1903),  Laura Clay Papers, Box 18, folder 8, University of Kentucky Libraries Special ...

Fourth Annual KERA Convention

The fourth annual KERA Convention is held in Liederkranz Hall in Louisville.  Officers include Laura Clay (President), Mary Barr Clay (1 st Vice President), Hon. W.R. Ramsey (2 nd Vice President), ... Kentucky Equal Rights Association, Laura Clay, Mary Barr Clay, Hon. W.R. Ramsey, Caroline A. Leech, Eugenia ...

1911 NAWSA Convention in Louisville

include Laura Clay, Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, Eliza Calvert Obenchain, and Patty Blackburn Semple. ... Woman Suffrage Association, Laura Clay, Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, Eliza Calvert Obenchain, Patty ... "Kentucky is proud of what her men named Clay have done in the past but it is a pleasure to us to know that ...

Sixteenth Annual KERA Convention

Temple in Newport. Officers include: Laura Clay (President), Mary Barr Clay (First Vice President), Mary ... Louisville.  Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Kentucky Equal Rights Association, Newport KY, Laura Clay, Mary Barr Clay, Mary Cramer, Nancy Sanford McLaughlin, Alice Carpenter, Emma M. Roebuck, Isabella ...

Fourteenth Annual KERA Convention

The fourteenth annual convention of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association is held at Guild Hall, Trinity Episcopal Church, Covington. Officers include: Laura Clay (President), Mary Barr Clay (First ... Association, Covington KY, Laura Clay, Mary Barr Clay, Mary Cramer, Mrs. N.S. McLaughlin, Mary Creegan Roark, ...

Suffrage Organizations meet with Senate Judiciary Committee

Suffrage groups from Louisville and Richmond secure an audience with the judiciary committee of state Senate. Mary Barr Clay and Sallie Clay Bennett represent Richmond, and John A. Ward attends for ... Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Mary Barr Clay, Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett, John A. Ward, ...

Seventeenth Annual KERA Convention

The seventeenth Annual KERA convention is held in the city of Ashland. Officers for the year are: Laura Clay (President), Mary Barr Clay (First Vice President), Mary C. Cramer (Second Vice President), ... Laura Clay, Mary Barr Clay, Mary Cramer, Nancy Sanford McLaughlin, Mary Creegan Roark, Emma M. Roebuck, ...

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