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Mary Barr Clay at National Woman Suffrage Association

Mary Barr Clay travels to St. Louis to represent Kentucky at the National Woman Suffrage Association convention.  Resources: Claudia Knott, “The Woman Suffrage Movement in Kentucky, 1879-1920,” ... 1886), 819. Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Mary Barr Clay, National Woman Suffrage ...

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 ...

Donald Ritchie on "Where Is Henry Clay Now That We Really Need Him? Political Compromise in an Uncompromising Era" 3 pm Sept 24 UK W.T.Young Library

Association, will present: "Where Is Henry Clay Now That We Really Need Him? Political Compromise in an ... Kentucky Libraries. Sor more information, see the UKnow article. Keywords:  Henry Clay, University of ...

Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, National Suffrage Leader and Reformer

between factions that threatened to destroy NAWSA.  Kentucky’s Laura Clay and leaders in the South wanted ... probably had more to do with her traditional values.  She had avoided a complete break with Laura Clay ... Madeline McDowell Breckinridge was born in Franklin County on May 20, 1872, to Major Henry Clay ...

Mary Barr Clay starts first permanent woman suffrage clubs in Kentucky

In May 1879 during the National Woman Suffrage Association convention, Mary Barr Clay met Susan B. ... Mrs. E.E. McCann and Mrs. Martha Haley. Mary B. Clay was also the first Kentucky woman to speak ... Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Mary Barr Clay, National Woman Suffrage Association, Women and Gender ...

Petition by Mary Barr Clay to the 1890 Kentucky Constitutional Convention

On September 26, 1890, Mary Barr Clay, in her official capacity as the Vice-President of the ... support of women's suffrage. (Clay was the first Kentuckian to hold the office of president in a ... Association from 1883-1884.) On Wednesday, October 1, 1890, Cassius M. Clay, Jr., her father who had been ...

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 ...

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 ...

Mrs. Sarah Clay Bennett speaks before the U.S. Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage

Along with other members of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Sallie Clay Bennett ... privileges and immunities as a citizen of the United States." Resource: "Remarks of Mrs. Sarah Clay ... Woman Suffrage Project, Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett, Women and Gender History/ Studies, ...

Sarah Clay Bennett's 1897 Report from the Federal Suffrage Committee of NAWSA

Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett of Richmond, Kentucky, had spoken before the U.S. Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage in 1894 (see the transcription of her 1894 speech archived in the Library of ... Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett, National American Woman ...

JOB: Clay Lancaster/ Abell Endowed Chair in Historic Preservation, University of Kentucky

The Department of Historic Preservation at the University of Kentucky invites applications at the associate or full professor level for the Clay Lancaster/ Abell Endowed Chair in Historic Preservation, to begin August 1, 2017. In addition to being faculty in the Department of Historic Preservation, the Chair ...

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 ...

Ida Withers Harrison, 1896

Add a Comment harrison-1896.jpg Resources Tab, Primary Source, KYSuffrage, Research, H-Net Commons Description:  Mrs. Ida Withers Harrison (President of the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky). "Women at the Polls In Lexington Last Fall." Courier-Journal (May 17, 1896) clipping in Laura Clay Papers, ...

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. ...

Who's Working on What Biographies for the Project These Days?

Joseph (Middlesboro) Bennett, Mrs. Warfield (Richmond) Bennett, Sallie Clay (Richmond) Bruce, Laura ... Chenault, Henrietta B.- Versailles Clay, Annie- Lexington Clay, Mary Barr- Richmond Clay, Laura M.- ... Watts, Margaret Anderson (Louisville) White, Miss Laura (Ashland & Louisville) Wiggins, Kate Rose ...

Mary C. Roark, 1896

Add a Comment roark-1896.jpg Resources Tab, Primary Source, KYSuffrage, Research, H-Net Commons Description:  Mrs. Mary Creegan Roark (Of Lexington, President of Lexington Sorosis). "Women at the Polls In Lexington Last Fall." Courier-Journal (May 17, 1896) [clipping in Laura Clay Papers, Box 18, ...

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 ...

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