Florence McDowell Shelby Cantrill and Mary Brinker Bryan papers
Bryan, Mary Brinker.
4.5 Cubic feet 14 boxes Florence McDowell Shelby Cantrill was a prominent Kentucky politician, serving as a delegate to Kentucky's Democratic Convention in 1920, a state legislator, and Lexington City Commissioner. Her aunt, Mary Brinker Bryan, was the first woman member of a Lexington newspaper, working for 25 years at the Herald before switching to the Leader. Their papers consist of correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, genealogical material, writings, and photographs, which document their careers and family life.
University of Kentucky
Families--Photographs., Genealogy., Journalism--Social aspects--Kentucky., Politicians--Correspondence., Politicians--Kentucky., Public policy and politics, Women in journalism--Kentucky--Lexington., Women's and gender history, Women--Political activity--Kentucky--Societies, etc., Women--Political activity--Kentucky.
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