Laura Clay papers, 1882-1941, 1906-1920 (bulk dates).

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Clay, Laura, 1849-1941. Laura Clay papers, 1882-1941, 1906-1920 (bulk dates).

Laura Clay papers, 1882-1941, 1906-1920 (bulk dates).

The collection includes much correspondence with other suffragists, such as Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt, Anna Howard Shaw, and Harriett Taylor Upton. It includes addresses, programs and minutes of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, yearbooks of the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky, and membership lists of various suffrage groups. There are also a number of pamphlets dealing with topics such as woman suffrage, child welfare, civil service reform, the peace movement during World War I, and temperance. The collection also includes photographs.

6 cubic ft. (ca. 7000 items)

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