Kentucky woman whose work as a political activist included advocacy for equal rights in the 19th and early 20th century.
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"The Race Question Again." Kentucky Gazette, April 1890. Box 17, Scrapbook. Laura Clay Papers, Special Collections, University of Kentucky (hereafter LCP).
"Miss Clay on Kentucky Law." Circa 1890s. Box 17, Scrapbook. LCP.
"Elections." December 12, 1890. Proceedings and Debates in the Convention Assembled at Frankfort, on the eighth day of September, 1890, to adopt, amend or change the Constitution of the State of Kentucky. 2:2090-2093. Frankfort, Ky.: E. Polk Johnson, 1890.
"Why I Am Going to Vote for Al Smith." October 1928. Box 12, LCP.
"Why I Am a Democrat." Democratic Woman's Journal. December 1929. Box 12, LCP.
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