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Reynolds, Louise, 1916-1995

Biography:

Louise Reynolds was the first African American woman elected to Louisville's Board of Aldermen. She attended Louisville's Central High School and Louisville Municipal College. She later worked for the Republican Party as a precinct committeewoman, in the party headquarters, and for Representative John Robsion.

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