Elizabeth B. "Lizzie" Fouse of Lexington held her appointment from Gov. Simeon Willis to a Commission for the Study of Negro Affairs in 1944. Fouse was a leader in the National Association of Colored Women.
Elizabeth B. "Lizzie" Fouse of Lexington held her appointment from Gov. Simeon Willis to a Commission for the Study of Negro Affairs in 1944. Fouse was a leader in the National Association of Colored Women. UK Special Collections
Elizabeth B. "Lizzie" Fouse of Lexington held her appointment from Gov. Simeon Willis to a Commission for the Study of Negro Affairs in 1944. Fouse was a leader in the National Association of Colored Women. UK Special Collections

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