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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 ...

28th annual Kentucky Equal Rights Association convention, 1917

Project Christine Bradley South Jessie Leigh Hutchinson Laura Clay Madeline McDowell Breckinridge Caroline ... Christine Bradley South ’s report indicated four new clubs formed, Laura Clay and Mrs. Harry Whiteside went ... President), Laura Clay of Lexington (Second Vice President), Caroline Leech of Louisville (Third Vice ...

A Conversation with Melanie Goan

I’ve always known the story of Kentucky suffrage through Laura Clay and Madeline McDowell ... correspondence.    JL: Can you share anything you have seen in Laura Clay's papers that you did not expect to ... over a certain rather mysterious letter she received in 1908, addressed to “Citizen Laura Clay ...

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 ...

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 ...

Behling, Laura L. The Masculine Woman in America, 1890-1935. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2001.

Bibliography, KYSuffrage http://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/73txk6yr9780252026270.html Add a Comment Author: Behling, Laura L. Title: The Masculine Woman in America, 1890-1935. Publisher: Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press Date: 2001 Focusing on the ideas and illustrations ...

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 ...

Citizens Committee for State Suffrage Amendment is formed

12june1910-newsp-clipping-oped-lauraclay.png Description:  On Wednesday, June 8, 1910, Laura Clay, Elizabeth Dunster Gibson (Mrs. H.G.) Foster, ... Project, Laura Clay, Elizabeth Dunster Gibson Foster, Alice Bronston Oldham, Elizabeth Burgess McQuaid, ... Amendment. Led by Clay, who resigned as president of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, the Citizens ...

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 ...

Clay, Mary B. "Petition for Woman Suffrage," 335-336 in Official Report of the Proceedings And Debates In the Convention Assembled At Frankfort, On the Eighth Day of September, 1890, to Adopt, Amend, Or Change the Constitution of the State of Kentucky.

B[arr]. Clay, Vice-Pres. Ky. Equal Rights Association Title:  [Petition for Woman Suffrage], Whitehall ... 1890, Cassius M. Clay presented a petition for women's suffrage from his eldest daughter, Mary Barr Clay, who acted on behalf of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association. The attached document is a clipping ...

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 ...

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, ...

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