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The image comes from the Department of Historic Resources.   In the article attached, from 1915, the Richmond Evening Journal is writing to warn the citizens of what women could do with the right to vote.  It highlights where there are more colored…

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The image attached shows the start of the suffrage parade in Washington, D.C. The year is unknown. Image courtesy of the Library of Congress. The women’s suffrage movement spread nationwide, though some areas faced harsher conditions and…

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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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Two women standing in front of the door of a church.

Unidentified Nurse

Unidentified women associated with the Mineral Pyrite Mines

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Kate C. Hambleton Foster

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Mrs. Josephene C. Adams, wife of Colonel W. H. Adams, manager of Arminius Mines, Mineral, VA

Three unidentified women standing with a child

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Mildred P.

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Mildred Potts

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Imogene Cash

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Bonnie Waggoner

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Ellis Erginbright and Ida Jones

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Ida Jones and Ione Boyle

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Lena B.

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Mary Swift at the Knapps Meat Market

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Rosa Toler

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

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