Laura White collection

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Laura White collection
Correspondence written to Laura White, a women's suffrage activist from Ashland, Ky. Her primary correspondent is Susan Look Avery, 1817-1915, founder of the Women's Club of Louisville.

Works

Laura White to L.O. Cox, April 4, 1905

Laura White to L.O. Cox, April 4, 1905

4 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, February 12, 1913

Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, February 12, 1913

8 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, July 27, 1912

Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, July 27, 1912

8 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, July 29th

Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, July 29th

4 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, July 7th

Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, July 7th

8 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, September 22, 1914

Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, September 22, 1914

8 pages: 87% complete (101% transcribed, 13% needs review)
Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, September 26th

Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, September 26th

5 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, September 27th

Susan Look Avery to Laura White Letter, September 27th

3 pages: 33% complete (100% transcribed, 67% needs review)
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