Lucy Stone (1818-1893)

Lucy Stone was an American pioneer in the women's rights movement who was a particularly exceptional lecturer who traveled throughout the country delivering her message. She felt that a woman's abandonment of her name upon taking a husband was symbolic of her loss of individuality, so she kept her own name after marriage which was a controversial idea at the time.

Date:
1860 circa 15 years
Original Format:
Photographic Print
Item#:
MES03551
Height:
844px
Width:
698px
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