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These suffragettes are in Governor Walter Roscoe Stubb's automobile, going after the vote in Topeka, Kansas. The women are identified as: (l to r) Laura Clay, President of Kentucky Equal Rights Association; Lucy B. Johnston; Sarah A. Thurston; Helen Eacker; and Stella H. Stubbs. They were all members of the Kansas Equal Suffrage Association.

Date: 1912

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This image of suffragettes in Topeka is representative of suffrage parades around the country. This picture can be used to discuss women's right in Kansas and also the nation.


Item Number: 222
Call Number: FK2.S5 T.56 .1912 *1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 222

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