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Stamping Out Illiteracy, Maysville Public Ledger Dec 1914

Stamping Out Illiteracy, Maysville Public Ledger

Moonlight Schools Collection

Article published in the Maysville Public Ledger on success of moonlight schools in Kentucky and introduction of moonlight schools in Ohio from December 29, 1914.


Illiteracy Is Losing Ground In This State, Lexington Herald-Leader Dec 1914

Illiteracy Is Losing Ground In This State, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on progress and accomplishments of moonlight schools to eradicate illiteracy from December 21, 1914.


Cora Wilson Stewart Kentucky's Greatest Project, Maysville Public Ledger Dec 1914

Cora Wilson Stewart Kentucky's Greatest Project, Maysville Public Ledger

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Article published in the Maysville Public Ledger on Cora Wilson Stewart from December 12, 1914.


Moonlight Schools In Hopkins County Are Praised, Earlington Bee Dec 1914

Moonlight Schools In Hopkins County Are Praised, Earlington Bee

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Article published in the Earlington Bee on Cora Wilson Stewart and new moonlight schools established in Hopkins County, Kentucky from December 11, 1914.


Mrs. Stewart Talk To Clark Audiences, Lexington Herald-Leader Dec 1914

Mrs. Stewart Talk To Clark Audiences, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on address made by Cora Wilson Stewart in Clark County, Kentucky for the campaign to eradicate illiteracy from December 5, 1914.


Facts Of Illiteracy In Kentucky Told To Lexington Audience, Lexington Herald-Leader Nov 1914

Facts Of Illiteracy In Kentucky Told To Lexington Audience, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on Cora Wilson Stewart and the fight on illiteracy from November 25, 1914.


Illiteracy Must Be Eradicated Here, Lexington Herald-Leader Nov 1914

Illiteracy Must Be Eradicated Here, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on address made by Cora Wilson Stewart eliminating illiteracy from November 25, 1914.


Wipe Out Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader Nov 1914

Wipe Out Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on work of Cora Wilson Stewart and moonlight schools from November 24, 1914.


Moonlight Schools, Mount Vernon Signal Oct 1914

Moonlight Schools, Mount Vernon Signal

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Article published in the Mount Vernon Signal on moonlight schools and illiteracy rates from October 30, 1914.


Bryan To Assist In Fight On Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader Oct 1914

Bryan To Assist In Fight On Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on Cora Wilson Stewart and support of Secretary of State William J. Bryan for moonlight schools from October 28, 1914.


Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks In North Carolina, Raleigh Farmer Oct 1914

Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks In North Carolina, Raleigh Farmer

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Article published in the Raleigh Farmer on implementation of Cora Wilson Stewart's moonlight schools in Harnett County, North Carolina from October 27, 1914.


Mrs. Cora W. Stewart, Mountain Advocate Oct 1914

Mrs. Cora W. Stewart, Mountain Advocate

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Article published in the Mountain Advocate on Cora Wilson Stewart from October 23, 1914.


Eradication Of Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader Oct 1914

Eradication Of Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on address given by Cora Wilson Stewart of the Illiteracy Commission and the organization of the Women's Forward Movement from October 20, 1914.


100,000 Enrolled In Night Schools, Lexington Herald-Leader Oct 1914

100,000 Enrolled In Night Schools, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on the opening of 2,000 moonlight schools for the second series to support the 100,000 people who are enrolled with the help of Cora Wilson Stewart from October 1, 1914.


Proclamation By The Governor, The Central Record Oct 1914

Proclamation By The Governor, The Central Record

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Article published in The Central Record on Kentucky Governor James B. McCreary's speech advocating the work of Kentucky Illiteracy Commission from October 1, 1914.


Proclamation By The Governor, Mountain Advocate Sep 1914

Proclamation By The Governor, Mountain Advocate

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Article published in the Mountain Advocate on Kentucky Governor James B. McCreary's speech advocating the work of Kentucky Illiteracy Commission from September 25, 1914.


Governor Assists In Fight On Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader Sep 1914

Governor Assists In Fight On Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on the assistance of Governor McCreary of Kentucky in the fight against illiteracy along with other various organizations from September 24, 1914.


Moonlight Schools, Maysville Public Ledger Sep 1914

Moonlight Schools, Maysville Public Ledger

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Article published in the Maysville Public Ledger on new moonlight schools in Kentucky and enrollment along with a statement by Cora Wilson Stewart from September 21, 1914.


Uplift Burden Is In The Teachers, Mountain Advocate Aug 1914

Uplift Burden Is In The Teachers, Mountain Advocate

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Article published in the Mountain Advocate on opening session of Jefferson County Teachers' Institute and teachers' role in illiteracy from August 28, 1914.


Call For Volunteers, Richmond Climax Aug 1914

Call For Volunteers, Richmond Climax

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Article published in the Richmond Climax on Kentucky Illiteracy Commission's appeal written by Cora Wilson Stewart from August 26, 1914.


Call For Volunteers, Earlington Bee Aug 1914

Call For Volunteers, Earlington Bee

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Article published in the Earlington Bee on call for volunteers to begin work on expansion of moonlight schools from August 25, 1914.


Commission Makes Appeal, The Madisonian Aug 1914

Commission Makes Appeal, The Madisonian

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Article published in The Madisonian on appeal by Kentucky Illiteracy Commission from August 25, 1914.


An Interesting Address, Adair County News Aug 1914

An Interesting Address, Adair County News

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Article published in the Adair County News on Cora Wilson Stewart's address to a Kentucky court house from August 19, 1914.


Call For Volunteers To Enlist In Battle Against Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader Aug 1914

Call For Volunteers To Enlist In Battle Against Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on statement written by Cora Wilson Stewart as president of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission to introduce moonlight schools across the state and decrease illiterates from August 19, 1914.


Kentucky's Illiteracy, Mount Sterling Advocate Jul 1914

Kentucky's Illiteracy, Mount Sterling Advocate

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Article published in the Mount Sterling Advocate on Kentucky's illiteracy and Cora Wilson Stewart's moonlight schools from July 22, 1914.


To Stamp Out Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader Jul 1914

To Stamp Out Illiteracy, Lexington Herald-Leader

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Article published in the Lexington Herald-Leader on new campaign of the Illiteracy Commission headed by Cora Wilson Stewart and a need for eradicating illiteracy in Boyd County, Kentucky from July 16, 1914.


America's Greatest Journal Of Personalities, Unknown Jul 1914

America's Greatest Journal Of Personalities, Unknown

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Article published in the America's Greatest Journal of Personalities about a group of Moonlight School teachers visiting Niagara Falls, New York in July of 1914.


Learning A-B-C'S At Seventy, New York Tribune Jun 1914

Learning A-B-C'S At Seventy, New York Tribune

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Article published in the New York Tribune on Cora Wilson Stewart and her implementation of moonlight schools in Rowan County from June 28, 1914.


To Reduce Illiteracy, Maysville Public Ledger Apr 1914

To Reduce Illiteracy, Maysville Public Ledger

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Article published in the Maysville Public Ledger on Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs endorsing the work of Cora Wilson Stewart from April 27, 1914.


At Eastern Normal, Richmond Climax Apr 1914

At Eastern Normal, Richmond Climax

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Article published in the Richmond Climax on Cora Wilson Stewart and her visit to Eastern Normal from April 22, 1914.