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This black and white photograph shows the first all women jury in the state of Kansas from Wamego. The case was the State of Kansas vs. Mina Johnson. The charges were stealing four Wyandotte chickens, two hens and two cockerels valued at $3.50 from Mrs. Geo T. Raines of Louisville, Kansas. The jury of six women listen to the evidence before reaching a verdict of "not guilty". The members are identified as follows: front row: Mrs. Jesse Ferril, Mrs. N.D. Welty, and Mrs. R.C. Hulbard ; back row: Mrs. O.B. Larson, Mrs. Russell Helm; jury foreman, and Mrs. Archer Ferril.

Date: November 1912

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Item Number: 220702
Call Number: FK2.P3 W.1 *1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 220702

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