Original Author: Winston Broadfoot
Created: February 28, 1964

Adèle Clark Interview Excerpt

Eighty-one-year-old Adèle Clark speaks about joining the woman suffrage movement in Richmond in 1909 in this excerpt from an interview conducted on February 28, 1964, by Winston Broadfoot for the Duke Oral History Project. Clark was a founding member of the all-white Equal Suffrage League of Virginia, a president of the all-white Virginia branch of the League of Women Voters, a university administrator, a New Deal–era field worker, and an accomplished artist and arts advocate.