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Woodford County: Midway Political Forum Oct. 7 - Neighbors - - 0 views

  • The Midway Woman's Club and Midway College will present Midway Political Forum from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Oct. 7 in Duthie Auditorium of Midway College's Anne Hart Raymond Center. Invitees include candidates for city council, mayor and magistrates of Midway; 56th District state representative, U.S. House of Representatives (Ben Chandler and Andy Barr) and U.S. Senate (Rand Paul and Jack Conway).
    Had I found this sooner I would have joined. My reason for posting this is to show that the Midway Woman's Club is still very active and affiliated with Midway College.
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InfoKat Holdings Information - 2 views

  • 1910-1945,
  • Also known as Democratic Woman's Club papers.This collection consists largely of the correspondence of Mary Shelby Wilson related to the development of the Woman's Democratic Club of Fayette County, Ky., during the 1920's. Also included are bulletins, reports, newspaper clippings, and publications of other women's groups active in the 1920's.Mary Shelby Wilson, the wife of Samuel M. Wilson, a Lexington, Ky. attorney very active in the Democratic Party of Kentucky, was herself involved in Democratic Party women's activities. She played a role in the formation of the Women's Democratic League in Lexington in 1916, and in the founding of the Woman's Democratic Club of Fayette County in 1920, later serving as its chairman. As a local organizer, she corresponded with the Democratic National Committee, with candidates for office, with other women political leaders in Kentucky, such as Laura Clay, Madeline Breckinridge, and Alice Lloyd of Maysville, and with women active on the national scene.Card catalog and unpublished description.
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