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Miss Natalie Gray, of Colorado Springs, Colo.   Miss Gray will [be] chairman of ush[ers] at the Woman's [Party] Conference.

Miss Natalie Gray, of Colorado Springs, Colo. Miss Gray will [be] chairman of ush[ers] at the Woman's [Party] Conference.

 
 
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Title and name and address of photographer transcribed from image.
Summary: Formal portrait, head and shoulders, Natalie H. Gray of Colorado, facing left with head turned toward camera, wearing sailor-style blouse with large bow at neck.
A note on the verso of the image reads: Natalie H. Gr[ay], 715 No, Cas[?], Colorado Sp[rings].
The caption on a slightly reduced print of the same image in the same folder reads: "Miss Natalie Gray, of Colorado Springs, Colo., a member of the National Woman's Party, who was arrested and imprisoned for 30 days at the Occoquan workhouse for picketing at the gates of the White House."
Photograph published in The Suffragist, 4, no. 33 (Aug. 12, 1916): 5.
Natalie Gray, of Colorado Springs, Col., was arrested Aug. 17, 1917, and sentenced to 30 day in Occoquan Workhouse. Source: Doris Stevens, Jailed for Freedom (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1920), 360.

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01/01/1916
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J. M. Krogmoe, Studio, 308 Hagerman Bldg. (Photographer)
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Location

Colorado Springs (Colo.)38.83389, -104.82139
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Library of Congress
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