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Helen Hoy Greeley was an early and significant voice for the women’s suffrage movement. Born in Albany, New York in 1878, she received her law degree and began to practice in 1903. Se became deeply involved in the Women's Suffrage Movement. In…

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From left to right sit Lucy Carter, Mary Alice, and Fannie Tyree Kennedy. Along with a younger and older brother, the girls were the children of John Henry and Capitola Bowles Kennedy. At the young age of 22, Mary Alice died in an “accident,”…

Kate Towsey Butler wife of John Hugh Butler

This is a photograph of Eugenia Mallory, wife of Alva Mallory, and her seven children. There are no records that Eugenia ever registered to vote.

This is a photograph of Carrie Milhado and Mildred Jennings at the Mineral School

Maggie Mae Lavinia Butler of Louisa County was born in 1879. The full body photograph was taken at the home of her grandparents, Louis H. and Lavinia Louisa Butler. Maggie was a school teacher and married George Edgar Kiblinger.

Sarah Jane Butler Whitlock was the wife of John Henry Whitlock, the sister of William Samuel Butler, and the daughter of Lewis Henry Butler and Lavinia Louisa Butler.

Sarah "Sadie" Moore Butler of Mineral, Virginia was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Butler.

Sarah Kennedy Butler

Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, wife of Hugh Alexander Moore

Mrs. Lavinia Lou Butler, wife of Lewis H. Butler, pictured here with her daughters Susan Jane and Barbara Ann.

Sisters Lessie and Ida Sims, daughters of Garland and Barbara Ann Butler Sims

Annie Elizabeth Butler of Mineral, Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Butler

Barbara Ann Butler, wife of Thomas Garland Sims, Daughter of Lewis H. and Lavinia Butler

Mamie Shealor Butler, wife of Hnery K. Butler

Maggie Mae Lavinia Butler Kiblinger and George Edgar Kiblinger in their front yard on their farm, RTE 522 N, Mineral, VA.

A portrait of and unidentified women involved somehow with the Mineral Pyrite Mines.

Rosa Toler

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Mary Swift at the Knapps Meat Market

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Lena B.

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