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Kathrine Robinson Everett, January 21, 1986. Interview C-0006.
A Woman Leads as Lawyer and Activist: Kathrine Robinson Everett recalls a career as a trailblazing female lawyer and women's rights activist.
Interviewee: Kathrine Robinson Everett    Interviewer: Pamela Dean
Duration: 01:25:23     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 9 excerpts.
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Kathrine Robinson Everett, April 30, 1985. Interview C-0005.
The Life of a Southern Woman Pioneer: Practicing Law and Combining Work and Family: A pioneer in women's education and women in law, Kathrine Robinson Everett describes what it was like to attend law school in the early twentieth century. In the 1920s, Everett practiced law in Cumberland County and worked to register women to vote after the passage of the 19th Amendment. Following her marriage in 1928, Everett worked alongside her husband, supporting his legal and political career; became involved in local politics in Durham; and worked with various women's organizations.
Interviewee: Kathrine Robinson Everett    Interviewer: Pamela Dean
Duration: 01:05:13     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 7 excerpts.