Dora Kelly Lewis cabinet card portrait
Dora Kelly Lewis cabinet card portrait

Dora Kelly Lewis cabinet card portrait

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Image Description:
This digital record contains two images that depict one cabinet card portrait created by Broadbent & Phillips photography. This card was held in folder 6 along with all of her correspondence from 1917. This folder (labeled as: "Correspondence, 1917, 6") has been completed digitized and sepearated into three digital folder records: "Dora Kelly Lewis cabinet card portrait; Dora Kelly Lewis correspondence, 1917; and Dora Kelly Lewis correspondence typed transcriptions [1917]."

Dora Kelly Lewis served actively in the Suffrage movement. She became an executive member of the National Women's Party in 1913. She served as the chairman of finance in 1918 and as the national treasurer in 1919. In 1920, she headed the ratification committee. She also participated in the Silent Sentinels protest.
1206 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
Width: 10.9 cm, Height: 16.6 cm
Dora Kelly Lewis correspondence
Related Person or Organization:
Dora Kelly Lewis, b. 1862- (author)
Library of Congress Subjects:
Lewis, Dora Kelly, 1862- [info:lc/authorities/names/nr92037476]
Suffrage [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2001009074]
Cabinet card photographs [info:lc/vocabulary/graphicMaterials/tgm001512]