Nineteenth Annual KERA Convention

The nineteenth annual convention of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association is held in Richmond. Officers for the year include: Laura Clay (President), Mary Barr Clay (First Vice-President), Mary C. Cramer (Second Vice-President), Nancy Sanford McLaughlin (Third Vice-President), Mary C. Roark (Corresponding Secretary), Emma M. Roebuck (Recording Secretary), Isabella H. Shepard (Treasurer), Eliza C. Obenchain (Press Work), Mattie Bruce Reynolds (Historian) and Mary E. Giltner (Member of Executive Committee of NAWSA).

Eighteenth Annual KERA Convention

The eighteenth annual KERA convention is held in Richmond. Officers are: Laura Clay (President), Mary Barr Clay (First Vice President), Mary Cramer (Second Vice President), Nancy Sanford McLaughlin (Third Vice President), Mary Creegan Roark (Corresponding Secretary), Emma M. Roebuck (Recording Secretary), Isabella H. Shepard (Treasurer), Mattie B. Reynolds (Historian), Eliza Calvert Obenchain (Press Work), and Mary E. Giltner (NAWSA Executive Committee Member). Local reports are received from groups in Fayette County, Madison County, Ashland, and Campbell County.

Seventeenth Annual KERA Convention

The seventeenth Annual KERA convention is held in the city of Ashland. Officers for the year are: Laura Clay (President), Mary Barr Clay (First Vice President), Mary C. Cramer (Second Vice President), Nancy Sanford McLaughlin (Third Vice President), Mary Creegan Roark (Corresponding Secretary), Emma M. Roebuck (Recording Secretary), Isabella H. Shepard (Treasurer), Eliza Calvert Obenchain (Press Work), and Mary Light Ogle (Historian).

Niedermeier, Lynn E. Eliza Calvert Hall: Kentucky Author and Suffragist. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2007.

Author: Lynn E. Niedermeier     

Title: Eliza Calvert Hall: Kentucky Author and Suffragist            

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

Date of Publication: 2007

In Their Own Words

KY Woman Suffrage

            Hi there everyone! It’s Thursday once again, and you know what that means, another update from us here at the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project. This week has been an exciting and busy one as we continue to work on our portal and database, which will be rolling out to all of you guys very soon! Even with all those new developments, research hasn’t stopped, so I’ll give you an update on that. This week I set out to find out more about the writing of suffragists themselves.

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