Suffrage – A Family Affair? Dr. Howard Kelly and Dora Kelly Lewis- April 10, 2024 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Suffrage – A Family Affair? Dr. Howard Kelly and Dora Kelly Lewis- April 10, 2024 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Howard Atwood Kelly, a renowned doctor and one of the founders of Johns Hopkins Medical College, is well known for his accomplishments in the field of gynecology.  His dedication to his religion and the Temperance Movement has also been fairly well documented.  What many people do not know is that Dr. Kelly, like his sister Dora Kelly Lewis,  was also a dedicated suffragist.  Join Dr. Amy Rosenkrans to hear about the suffrage work of the Kelly siblings.

Seating is limited. Tickets are $5

Light refreshments will be provided. Voter registration forms will be available on-site.

Visitors will be able to view our Votes for Women exhibit before and after the talk. Additional information about the exhibit may be found here: https://bit.ly/LirioGallery

Event made possible in part by support from Harford County and the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center.

Suffrage – A Family Affair? Dr. Howard Kelly and Dora Kelly Lewis

Suffrage – A Family Affair? Dr. Howard Kelly and Dora Kelly Lewis

Howard Atwood Kelly, a renowned doctor and one of the founders of Johns Hopkins Medical College, is well known for his accomplishments in the field of gynecology.  His dedication to his religion and the Temperance Movement has also been fairly well documented.  What many people do not know is that Dr. Kelly, like his sister Dora Kelly Lewis,  was also a dedicated suffragist.  Join Dr. Amy Rosenkrans to hear about the suffrage work of the Kelly siblings.

Seating is limited. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased at https://bit.ly/KellySuffrage

Light refreshments will be provided. Voter registration forms will be available on-site.

Visitors will be able to view our Votes for Women exhibit before and after the talk. Additional information about the exhibit may be found here: https://bit.ly/LirioGallery

Event made possible in part by support from Harford County and the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center.