Desegregation, Suffrage, Jewish, African-American, and Other Resources Digitized and on ExploreUK

Online and open access to archival resources is more important now than ever in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. With that in mind, UK Libraries Special Collections Research Center is happy to announce the following collections are available on ExploreUK

A Simple Justice: Kentucky Women Fight for the Vote by Dr. Melanie Beals Goan

KY Woman Suffrage

            When considering the women’s suffrage movement, most Americans think of iconic national figures like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. However, the fight for the right to vote was by no means monolithic.

US Forestry Department, National Parks Service, WPA, and Lexington Northside Neighborhood Association photos added to ExploreUK

The following materials were recently added to ExploreUK, the digital library of the University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research CenterContact us if you have any questions or would like to know more about our holdings. 

Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Page 4. Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. UKy Libraries SCRC, Lexington, Ky.

Page 4 of notebook "Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association" - includes

"Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Adopted October 27, 1881." Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center, Lexington, Kentucky.

Images provided by Sarah Dorpinghaus, SCRC Director of Digital Services, University of Kentucky.

Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Page 3. Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. UKy Libraries SCRC, Lexington, Ky.

Page 3 of notebook "Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association" -

"Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association. Adopted October 27, 1881." Laura Clay Papers, Box 15, folder 11. University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center, Lexington, Kentucky.

Images provided by Sarah Dorpinghaus, SCRC Director of Digital Services, University of Kentucky.

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