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Kansas Equal Suffrage Association thirtieth annual convention

Kansas Equal Suffrage Association thirtieth annual convention
Creator: Kansas Equal Suffrage Association (1884-1913)
Date: Bulk May 19, 1913-May 20, 1913
This program is for the thirtieth annual convention of the Kansas Equal Suffrage Association. The program includes the events of the convention and a listing of the committees. Lucy B. Johnston was the president and Stella Stubbs, the wife of Governor W. R. Stubbs, was the first vice president. The convention was held in Lawrence, Kansas, May 19-20, 1913.


Stella Hostettler Stubbs

Stella Hostettler Stubbs
Creator: Francis, Helen I.
Date: Between 1909 and 1913
A portrait of Stella Hostettler Stubbs, the wife of Kansas Governor Walter Roscoe Stubbs. He served as governor from January 11, 1909 to January 13, 1913.


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