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- Indianapolis recorder
- State Senator Julia Carson Talking With Women
- Clark, Leonard T.
- Date of Original:
- African American women legislators--Indiana--Muncie
- Carson, Julia, 1938-
- United States, Indiana, Delaware County, Muncie, 40.19338, -85.38636
United States, Indiana, Marion County, Indianapolis, 39.76838, -86.15804
- In 1921, Julia Nelson of Muncie became the first woman to serve in the Indiana General Assembly. Since receiving the right to vote in 1920, over 125 women have served as state legislators. Julia Carson is pictured here in 1981 when she was a state senator.
State Senator Julia Carson, program officer for Cummins Engine Foundation and a member of the national Council of Negro Women's State Leadership Team, joins Paula Williams, Indiana Bell Telephone Comapny employee (left-right) discussing a critical concern with two unidentified young women.
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- Original Collection:
- Indianapolis Recorder
- Contributing Institution:
- Indiana Historical Society