"Suffrage Parade Is Biggest Ever Held in Kentucky," Lexington Herald (May 7, 1916), page 1.

Randolph Hollingsworth (she/her) Contribution

Title: "Suffrage Parade Is Biggest Ever Held in Kentucky"

Publisher: Lexington Herald

Date: May 7, 1916, page 1.

A post-parade description of the events of the morning of May 6, 1916, in downtown Lexington. This first part is probably written by a Fayette County Equal Rights Association corresponding secretary since the narrative uses the preferred term "suffragists." The second part (on page 3) which focuses on paraphrasing the speech by popular orator Walter J. Millard, uses the diminutive term "suffragettes" and thus was likely written by someone else not as familiar with the writings of American activists.