Nina McCullough Mattern

A Drive to Clinton Hollow

Gift from someone cleaning out an apartment who found the item and chose to send it to DCHS, rather than throw out, not knowing that the author/creator of the book was one of the county's most prominent women activists for women's suffrage and other progressive ideas, who died young during the global flu pandemic of 1918.

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Well known activist grandmother Ophelia Amigh Shadbolt