Cora D. Barnett

Cora De Sha Barnett (1885-1971), social worker in Louisville who worked with the Juvenile Court, was a member of the Kentucky Association of Colored Women's Clubs and the West End Woman's Republican League. This image was snipped from a newspaper article entitled "Harrison Administration Recognizes Prominent Women," digitized as part of Dr. Carol Mattingly's project on “African American Women and Suffrage in Louisville,” visit

Mamie E. Lee Steward

Portrait of Mamie E. Lee Steward (1869-1930) of Louisville, active in the West End Republican League of Colored Women, president of the Baptist Women's Educational Convention, and the second president of the Kentucky Association of Colored Women. Image snipped from Part 1, Reel 24 frame 360 of National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, (microform), eds. Lillian Serece Williams and Randolph Boehm (Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1994).

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