An article in “Albany Kid” by Tara Bloyd, Edna Kearns’ great granddaughter, is spreading the word to a younger audience about the exhibition of the suffrage campaign wagon used by Edna Buckman Kearns currently underway at the NYS capitol in Albany, NY.

A Brooklyn wagon company donated the wagon to the state woman’s suffrage movement in 1913. Considerable information about the wagon and its use for grassroots activism during the suffrage movement has been presented on Suffrage Wagon News Channel over the past two years.

The article in “Albany Kid” highlights the exhibit underway at the state capitol honoring  New York State’s extraordinary women as represented in many arenas, including suffrage. The exhibit’s in the Hall of Governors in the state capitol and is part of an ambitious program by NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo to make more public space available for educational and historical exhibits. The exhibit runs through the summer of 2012. Check with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office for the exact dates if you are planning a visit to Albany, NY to see the suffrage campaign wagon used by Edna Buckman Kearns.

Photo from the archives of Edna Buckman Kearns. This 1913 photo shows little Serena Kearns, middle, who is highlighted in the article in “Albany Kid.”

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  • Kelly O'Malley

    Cheers, I just stopped by to visit your blog and thought I’d say thanks for having me.

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