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This engraving of Lucy Stone was published in the May 28, 1853 issue of Illustrated News. Stone, one of the more noted and radical feminists, is wearing bloomers in this image. She was also an abolitionist. The engraving was taken from a daguerreotype made by Mathew Brady. She journeyed to Kansas with her husband, Henry B. Blackwell, in April 1867, to help launch the impartial suffrage campaign.

Creator: Illustrated News
Date: 1853

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Engraving of and information about Lucy Stone - 1

Item Number: 223660
Call Number: B Stone, Lucy *2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223660

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