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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Jennie Angell Mengel, 1872-1934: Louisville Suffragist and EducatorJennie Angell Mengel, 1872-1934: Louisville Suffragist and Educator (corrected version September 10, 2018)

Laura Clay and her allies, who insisted that suffrage was a state rather than a federal issue, against ... played an important role in persuading the KERA, over Clay’s objections, to place increasing emphasis on ...

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 ...

Amanda T. Million is first woman elected to county office in Kentucky

According to Laura Clay's report for Kentucky in The History of Woman Suffrage (Clay, 675), in 1889 ... http://www.library-old.eku.edu/blogs/digital/items/show/1491. Laura Clay, "Kentucky," pages 665-677 in History of Woman Suffrage. Vol. IV: 1883-1900. ...

Fayette Equal Rights Association hosts booth in Lexington Manufacturers Exposition Hall

Chapman Catt, Laura Clay, Lexington KY, Women and Gender History/ Studies, Kentucky women in politics, ... Church (see the ExploreKyHistory webpage about this site.) The Southern tour had been organized by Laura ... Clay as a way to bring the national agenda into the Southern campaign for women's suffrage. ...

Jennie Angell Mengel (1882-1934) Louisville Suffragist and Educator

hosting state-wide conventions. A controversy among Kentuckians pitted the veteran suffrage crusader Laura ... Clay and her allies, who insisted that suffrage was a state rather than a federal issue, against others ... important role in persuading the KERA, over Clay’s objections, to place increasing emphasis on federal ...

Tent for Woman's Council at Lexington Chatauqua in 1903 organized by FERA

Laura Clay painted by Laura S. Bruce was featured in the special tent pavilion "which was ... A Better Citizenship, by Miss Laura Clay (Fayette Equal Rights Association) and Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp ... Rights Association, Woodland Park, Sophonisba P. Breckinridge, Eleanor Tarrant, Mary C. Brehm, Laura ...

Twenty-Second Annual KERA Convention

Seelbach Hotel in Louisville. Officers for this year include: Laura Clay (President), Mrs. John Castleman ... This is the first year since 1889 that Mary Barr Clay does not serve as the First Vice-President of the ... Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Kentucky Equal Rights Association, Seelbach Hotel, Louisville KY, Laura ...

New Collection Guides Available on ExploreUK

Chilton's experiences as a traveling salesman, and local news during the 19th century. Henry Clay account ... book (70m39) The Henry Clay account book (dated 1797-1847; 0.23 cubic feet; 1 box) consists of a bound ... volume of contracts and transactions maintained by Henry Clay and various Kentuckians. Betty Congleton ...

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