Louisville Equal Rights Association Minute Book, 1895 January 12 (pt. 2)

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Louisville Equal Rights Association Minute Book, 1895 January 12 (pt. 2)

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Louisville Equal Rights Association

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Date

1895 January 7

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English

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Mss BJ L894

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themselves to the pioneers of equal rights for women. Her address was received with much applause and interest.

Mrs. Catt was next introduced and addressed the audience. She drew a vivid picture of “how things are today,” Miss Anthony having spoken of the past.Mrs. Catt gave a sketch of the workings of woman suffrage in Wyoming where it has been in force twenty five years. She held up Wyoming as a model of commonwealths. At the close of Mrs.Catt's address a vote of thanks to both speakers was moved my Mr. A. G. Munn and seconded by Mr. Frank N. Hartwell.

There was a collection taken up as the pastor and trustees of the Church officiated. After the meeting the following persons wished their names enrolled as members of the E.R.A.

Miss Carolyn Leech Miss Sara A. Webb
Mr & Mrs J. H. Yundt Miss Sallie S. Maury
Dr. Julia Ingram Mrs Maggie Cragg Bell
Mr. A. G. Munn
Miss Annie Moore
Miss. Anna J. Hamilton

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Louisville Equal Rights Association, “Louisville Equal Rights Association Minute Book, 1895 January 12 (pt. 2),” The Filson Historical Society , accessed September 22, 2021, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/878.