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- Collection: Adèle Goodman Clark
Adèle Goodman Clark statue, Voices From the Garden: Virginia Women's Monument, Capitol Square, Richmond, Va.
This statue of Adèle Goodman Clark is part of a larger installation entitled "Voices from the Garden: The Virginia Women's Monument." The group of bronze statues is a state memorial commemorating the contributions of Virginia women to the history of…
Tags: Adele Goodman Clark, Art, artist, Richmond, Richmond artist, suffrage
Adèle Goodman Clark highway marker 104-a [Virginia historical highway marker]
Historical highway marker commemorating the life of Adèle Goodman Clark. Located between Wilmer Avenue and Brook Road (Route 1), near Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Henrico County, Virginia.
Tags: Adele Goodman Clark, Virginia
Ladies' Meeting. Lyric Theater. Blackstone. Tuesday, October 30, 1928. 3:30 PM [flyer]
Flyer advertising a presentation by Adele Clark in Blackstone, Va."Miss Adelle [sic] Clark, of Richmond, the Vice President of the National League of Women Voters, will address the ladies of Blackstone and community on the issues of the presidential…
Virginia Warns Her People Against Suffrage [anti-suffrage broadside]
Reprint of an editorial from the Richmond Evening Journal, May 4, 1915. "Virginia Warns Her People Against Suffrage ---- Twenty-nine counties would go under Negro Rule Over sixty counties in the State of Georgia The entire State of Mississippi -----…
Tags: African Americans, anti-suffrage, literacy test, poll tax, race
St. Paul's Church, Richmond, Virginia [drawing by Adèle Goodman Clark]
Drawing of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Grace and Ninth Streets across from Capitol Square, Richmond, Va.
Adèle Goodman Clark at her desk at the Federal Art Project, Christmas 1941
Photograph of Adèle Clark working at her desk at the Federal Art Project, Christmas, 1941. The Federal Art Project was a New Deal relief program created to employ artists and artisans. The program was sponsored by the Works Progress Administration…
Adèle Goodman Clark, 1960s
Portrait of Adèle Goodman Clark with several of her paintings in the background.
Tags: Adele Goodman Clark, Art, Richmond, Richmond artist
Adèle Goodman Clark with portrait of Maud Wood Park, May 1970
Adèle Clark looks at a portrait of Maud Wood Park, co-founder of the College Equal Suffrage League and president of the National League of Women Voters beginning in 1920. Clark painted this portrait which is now held by....In the background hangs…
Tags: Adele Goodman Clark, Art, Maud Wood Park