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EXECUTIVE COIVIMI'IVI‘EE MEETING. '
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. LEXINGTON, Kin, November 28, 1894. R
An Executive Committee meeting was held at the residence of Miss ri;
Laura Clay. Meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. Farmer. The Cor- d:
responding Secretary was instructed to notify Mr. E. \V. llagby, of 0
l‘aducah, of his appointment as Superintendent of Political Study in {0
the place of Mrs. A. Harrison, who declined to serve. ,
One hundred copies of the National Minutes were sent by Mrs. vi
Upton (Treasurer of the National Woman Suffrage Association) to Miss
Clay, of the Southern Committee, for distribution. 1’
The Kentucky Executive Committee deCided to distribute copies to M
members of the association and others free, or for a small amount to SI
defray freight expense.
It was decided that where there were Equal Rights Associations in , tl‘
the third and fourth class cities, that the work for amending their chart~ w
ers for school suffrage be left to them. 01
Adjourned. ti
EUCicNiA B. FARMER, Secretary pro tem. v1
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. MINUTES OF THE EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING OI? THE 61
i KENTUCKY EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION. 2
i Tuesday Morning, December Ioth, 1895.
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‘ lhe plan of Work Committee, conSISting of Executive Committee :1
and Superintendents of Departments, met in joint session to lay out a
‘ plan of work to suggest to the Convention. tl
. Adjourned. si
1 TUESDAY AFTERNOON. ti
1 Meeting opened With Scripture reading by Miss Clay and prayer by ‘
‘. Mrs. Farmer. 5:
. The Recording Secretary, Dr. Sarah M.Siewers, being absent, Mrs. . ‘1
M. K. Stockwell, of Lexington, was elected Secretary pro teiii.
The President announced the following rommittees : . » (‘
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CREDENTIALS. . ,
Mrs. Farmer. Mrs. Shepard. Mrs. Charles.
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FINANCE. ,1
Miss Morgan. Mrs. Shepard. Miss Wood.
. PUBLICATION. I
Mrs. ]. L. McKee. Mrs. Farmer. Miss Morgan.
COURTESIES.
Miss Belle Bennett. Mrs. Gibson.
AUDITORS
- . . .n- . __, . Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. McCann.
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