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Wood, Kat

Kat Wood holding a sign reading, "Fundamental human rights should NOT depend on your zip code!" with an LGBTQ pride flag sticker and a map of the United States with x-marks over states that restrict or outlaw abortion access.

Interviewer: What brings you here today?
"Oh, so much anger and so much sadness. Um, Roe has been around my entire life and I can’t believe we’re fighting the fights of our grandmothers again and again and again… and trans people and non-binary people are especially gonna be hurt by these laws. I mean, really, all people who need abortion care and need health care deserve to be able to have that equitably and safely and with dignity and I can’t believe we’re having to fight this again."

Women--Employment - 2

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The joy of Towboating
Kay Sloan, cook first class, paused for some dockside cook-book reading before boarding the Tacoma-built Kirsten H. for another tow to Alaska. She's been working in the tug's galley for the past 10 months.
11/04/1974 - Tacoma Tradewinds, Page C-17
Photo by Russ Carmack

Women--Employment - 1

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Females on fireline
Linda Black, a UW student this fall, joined two of her firefighting friends in the chow line during a respite from forest blazes. They are part of about a dozen girls on the male-dominated fire crews in Eastern Washington.

Woman's Clubhouse (Tacoma Woman's Clubhouse) (426 Broadway) - 4

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Photo Rcv'd 05/26/1968 - Article date, 11/28/1976 - Article date
This Picture is 'Twin" to 'Mystery Photo'
The files at the News Tribune contained this picture identified only as the Woman's Club House, until the publication two weeks ago of a 'mystery photo' with a plea for identification. Now the date and subject of the photo are somewhat established.
The Woman's Club House stood at 426 Broadway until 1961. It had been a gathering place for Tacomans, containing large halls, sitting rooms and dining areas for teas and luncheons and had belonged to the Tacoma Woman's Club House Association since 1915.

Woman's Clubhouse (Tacoma Woman's Clubhouse) (426 Broadway) - 3

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Photo Rcv'd 05/12/1968, 05/28/1968 - Article date
Mystery Photo' Identification Yet Incomplete
From left to right: Top row: 1-Mrs. Milford Jacobs; 4-Mrs. May Achinson. Third row: 1-Mrs. Minnie Wright; 2-Mrs. Henry F. Wegener; 3-Mrs. C. C. Mellinger; 4-Mrs. Fanny Ball; 5-Gladys Harding (now Mrs. Charles B. Roe); 6-Evelyn Chantler or Mrs. John B, Stevens (?). Second row: 2-Mrs. O. R. McKinney; 3-Mrs. J. W. Brokaw; 4-Mrs. Oluf Olson or Mrs. James McCormack (?). Front row: 2-Miss Lucy Lamson; 4-Mrs. E. L. Hiberly; 5-Mrs. Overton G. Ellis; 6-Mrs. H. E. York.

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