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Uncovering the Hidden History of Woman Suffrage

Presented by Dr. Sara Egge,
with a special live performance by the
Woman’s Suffrage Centennial Chorus

Wednesday, Sept. 19, Noon – 2 p.m.

Kentucky Gov. Edwin Morrow signs the 19th Amendment in Frankfort, Jan. 6, 1920. From the collections of the Kentucky Historical Society.


We’re serving up delicious food, beautiful music and an intriguing topic at this month’s Food for Thought, when Dr. Sara Egge joins us to talk about the hidden history of woman suffrage. We will also enjoy a special live performance by the Woman’s Suffrage Centennial Chorus.

The people who worked to secure women the right to vote often walked a tightrope of political strategy to deradicalize their cause and build a diverse network of supporters. Dr. Egge will compare the suffrage movement in the Midwest and South to uncover the hidden work of suffragists.

Dr. Egge is an associate professor of history at Centre College in Danville and author of “Woman Suffrage and Citizenship in the Midwest, 1870-1920” (University of Iowa Press, 2018).


On the Menu:

Tuscan Pesto Tartlets

Butternut Squash Apple Brushetta

Ultimate Caesar Salad

Deep Dish Lasagna

Spinach Ravioli Lasagna

Rustic Italian Bread Basket

Tiramisu

Chamomile Hot Tea, Iced Tea, Water, Coffee


Reservations and payment required by Friday, Sept. 14.

$25, KHS members; $30 others

Call 502-564-1792, ext. 4408.

No refunds for cancellations after Noon, Sept. 17.

 Open seating | Free parking in the Depot Lot on Broadway or on street

100 W. Broadway

Frankfort KY 40601

(502) 564-1792

www.history.ky.gov


Coming Oct. 17

Picturing America:
Women with Cameras

Join us for lunch and an interesting conversation as
Dr. Melissa McEuen introduces a generation of women photographers who sought out an “authentic” America.


Did you know that the Kentucky Historical Society is home to Kentucky’s premier genealogical research library?

We have books, documents and images that tell Kentuckians’ stories from pre-statehood to the present. To begin accessing our collection, visit us online. For a deeper dive into your family’s story, visit us onsite during library hours, Wednesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or join us for special programming.