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tiger lily

Georgia Powers talking about the march on Frankfort. - 2 views

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    This is a great Primary source of Georgia Davis Powers talking about the 1964 march on Frankfort trying to pass equal housing bill for Kentucky.
Randolph Hollingsworth

The day I met Martin Luther King [Opinion: The Arena] | Louisville.com - 0 views

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    Unlike many other histories, this narrative puts a woman leader - Georgia Davis Powers - at the top of the list of those who organized the March on Frankfort
Randolph Hollingsworth

March on Frankfort: Historical Scene Investigation - 2 views

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    teacher's view
aplatonic 3

Sara W. Mahan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

  • a progressive era social reformer, and early Democratic Party female politician from Kentucky
  • Mahan was one of the founders of the Democratic Women's Club of Kentucky. She was one of the first women to become a member of the Kentucky Democratic State Central and Executive Committee.
  • Mahan was a member of many Women's Clubs and other community organizations, including the Democratic Women's Club of Kentucky, Woman's Club of Frankfort, and the Business and Professional Women's Club.
Randolph Hollingsworth

John W. Smith, Smith and Smith Funeral Home, Lexington, Kentucky - 1 views

  • John W. Smith
  • was then the Jackson Funeral Home, owned by Ashby Jackson
  • Embalming
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    • Randolph Hollingsworth
       
      I think it's interesting to see the historical connections with the other urban areas: Danville, Atlanta, Frankfort. I'm wondering if you can find newspaper advertisements in the papers from those cities that will help provide some cultural contexts and clues about community values?
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    Short history of the Smith and Smith funeral home in the MLKjr. Neighborhood
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    I've added a sticky note... wondering about the connections among the various urban communities in which this business has grown
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