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Fifteenth Annual KERA Convention

the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky. Officers include: Laura Clay, President (Lexington); Mary Barr Clay, First Vice-President (Richmond), Mary C. Cramer, Second Vice-President (Lexington); Nancy S. ... Association, Lexington KY, Woman's Club of Central Kentucky, Rev. Anna Howard Shaw, Laura Clay, Mary Barr ...

Sarah Gibson Humphreys (1830-1907): Writer, Speaker, Suffragist

its towering personality, Laura Clay, Humphreys served as superintendent of the organization’s Press ... In 1892 at the fifth convention of KERA in Richmond, and pursuant to Laura Clay’s request, Humphreys ... the Lexington (Ky.) Cemetery. sarahgibsonhumphreys.jpg Sources: Fuller, Paul E.  Laura Clay and the ...

Susan Look Avery pamphlet 1903

(April 1903) found in the Laura Clay Papers at the University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections ... Look Avery, Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project Context:  Avery, Susan Look. “Justice to the Negro,” Laura Clay Papers, Box 18, folder 8, University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center, ...

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 ...

Virginia Robb McDowell (1874-1958): Louisville Artist and Suffragist

group led by Laura Clay, however, joined suffragists from other Southern states in opposing the Anthony ... September 4-10, 1916. New York: NAWSA, 1916.   Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the Women’s Rights Movement. ... Suffrage Project, Laura Clay, KERA, Kentucky Equal Rights Association, Woman Suffrage Association of ...

Laura Clay

Lexington Cemetery Event(s)/Use associated with woman/group/site:  Burial place of Laura Clay County:  ... Organization:  Lexington Cemetery Geographic Location:  Keywords:  Laura Clay Lexington KY Lexington Cemetery KYSuffrageTrail Your Affiliation:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project Additional Comments:  Laura Clay ...

Mary Jane Warfield Clay

Lexington Cemetery Event(s)/Use associated with woman/group/site:  Burial place of Mary Jane Warfield Clay ... Warfield Clay Lexington KY Lexington Cemetery KYSuffrageTrail Your Affiliation:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project Additional Comments:  Mary Jane Warfield Clay (1815-1900) was an early leader in the suffrage ...

Henrietta Earle "Ettie" Bronston Chenault (1835-1918)

Laura Clay, nationally prominent suffragist and women’s rights advocate, to form the Fayette County ... parlor, Mary Jane Warfield Clay wrote to her daughter, Laura Clay, that, “Dr. Chenault is considerably ... People and Practices. 2 nd ed. Bloomington, IN:  iUniverse, 2012. Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the ...

Dorothy Hellner Koger

KYSuffrageTrail Laura Clay Women's Christian Temperance Union Dorothy Koger McCracken County Equal Rights ... Paducah Equal Rights Association was organized in September 1894 after a WCTU convention and Laura Clay's talk on suffrage. Koger was elected President with Mrs. C.L. Miller (Corresponding Secretary), ...

Pearl Chenault Evans

January 6, 1888, under the leadership of her mother, Henrietta Bronston Chenault (1835-1918) and Laura Clay. See the 1889 roster of Fayette County ERA members includes "Mrs. Pearl Chenault-Evans" ...

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 ...

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