"In the Cause of Woman Suffrage" in Laramie Daily Boomerage, 28 Septemeber 1911

May Preston Slosson was the first woman to obtain a doctorate in philosophy in the United States from Cornell University. Her thesis being about the Different Theories of Beauty. After moving to Wyoming with her husband she started her family. May, her husband, and her son Preston William Slosson were strong suffragists and marched in New York City. Flora Knight was a student at the University of Wyoming, but both Knight and Mrs. Scott E. Land did not appear in many other news articles and the rest of their lives seems to be a mystery.

Resource Identifier
ah400066_Box 20_1
Clarice Whittenburg papers, Collection No. 400066, Box 20, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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