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“Why Is A City Club” by Eleanor Mercein Kelly, 12 December 1917, Louisville Women’s City Club, Vol 1., No. 8. Louisville Women’s City Club Records.

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Appui Aux Artistes (Aid for Artists) pamphlet. Established by Enid Bland Yandell and four other women in August 1914. Appui Aux Artistes provided affordable meals for those involved in the arts and their families. Appui used American contacts to…

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Dinnie Thompson (1857-1939) was a member of the Sisters of Mysterious Ten (SMT), a Black women's benevolent society in Louisville. As a young child, she was enslaved by the Speed family, along with her mother, Diana, and grandmother, Phyllis…

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The LFKA was founded by a group of women in 1887 who wanted to convince our good citizens that the kindergarten is an economic plan for the prevention of crime and a powerful agency in moral reform. In addition to opening a training school for…

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Souvenir pamphlet from the twenty-first anniversary of the Louisville Baptist Orphan's Home. Mary Hollingsworth has written a report on how many children were enrolled, how many were adopted, and how many were apprencticed.

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In June 1946 Jewish Hospital launched a fundraising drive for a new hospital. Images in the fundraising pamphlet contrasted the overcrowded wards and outdated equipment of the current Jewish Hospital with the modern facilities that a new institution…
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