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She was also instrumental in restoring and establishing the historic Dinsmore Homestead in Boone County, Kentucky.
NELDA LAMBERT BARTON-COLLINGS (Webster County, 1929) In 1977, this 48 year-old active community leader and mother of five became a widow.
CAROLYN BRATT (Fayette County, 1943- ) Lawyer, teacher, scholar, and activist are all words that describe Carolyn Bratt.
She chaired the Kentucky Commission on Women and served as the first chair of the University of Kentucky President's Commission on Women.
HANNAH HUME BAIRD (Boone County, 1939-2004) Hannah's life is a shining example of public service, activism, and dedication to improving the lives of women.
She served on President Carter's Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity for Women and as chair of the Kentucky's Women's Political Caucus and the Kentucky Commission on Women.
Nurse Arvin remained at her post, stead-fast, taking command, and treating wounded soldiers.
For her actions and unrelenting presence, she received official recognition from the three major allied nations: France, England, and the United States of America.
SOPHIA KINDRICK ALCORN (Boyle County, 1883-1967) Alcorn, a teacher at the Kentucky School for the Deaf in Danville, developed the Tad-Oma method for teaching children who are deaf and/or blind that is used internationally today.