LAURA CLAY AND THE WOMEN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT.
Fuller, Paul E. 1975 0813112990 / 9780813112992 2 Fuller, Paul E. LAURA CLAY AND THE WOMEN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT. (Lexington, KY): University Press of Kentucky, (1975). 216p., cloth, illus, dust jacket lightly worn, very good. 1st ed. Biography of Laura Clay (1849-1941), a prominent member of the Woman's Rights Movement, her work with the National American Woman Suffrage Association, and other social, economic, and political activities. She was the daughter of abolitionist Cassius Marcellus Clay (1810-1903), the cousin of Henry Clay.