Louisville Equal Rights Association Minute Book, 1895 February 4 - 1895 March 4 (pt. 1)

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Louisville Equal Rights Association Minute Book, 1895 February 4 - 1895 March 4 (pt. 1)

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Louisville Equal Rights Association

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1895 February 4 - 1895 March 4

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Mss BJ L894

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Minutes of Meeting February 4th 1895

The meeting was called to order by the President, and the minutes of the previous meeting read, also a report from the treasurer. It was moved and carried that a vote of thanks be sent to Mr. Jones for the use of the church rooms for Miss. Anthony's lecture, and also for the interest he displayed in the meeting. Moved and carried that the Treasurer be authorized to pay all outstanding bills.A request having been made by Mrs. Farmer that we help the other towns by circulating their petitions along with ours for the right of voting for school trustees, it was moved and carried that we do so if at the time it seems wise.

The meeting then proceeded to the election of officers for the following year, with the following results:

President Mrs. SusanL. Avery
1st Vice “Mr. A. G. Munn
2nd Vice “Mrs. C. A. Leech
Cor. Secretary Miss. Caroline Leib
Rec. Miss. Lorena Green
Treasurer Mrs. W. H. Bradbury

The meeting then adjourned to March 4th.

Minutes of Meeting March 4th 1895

The meeting was called to order by the Vice President and the minutes read by the acting Secretary, who reported notes received from Mrs. Avery, Miss. Leib and Miss. Green, each declining, for good reasons, to act in the offices to which they had been elected. It was moved and carried that these declinations be accepted. Later in the meeting, Miss. Leib coming in, was prevailed upon to reconsider hers. Then upon a vote

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Louisville Equal Rights Association, “Louisville Equal Rights Association Minute Book, 1895 February 4 - 1895 March 4 (pt. 1),” The Filson Historical Society , accessed June 16, 2021, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/879.