Categories: American Suffragettes.
Dora Kelly born in 1862 in Chester, Pennsylvania, daughter of Henry Kuhl Kelly and Louisa Warner (Hard) Kelly.
She was arrested many times for her actions in support of suffrage. On the night of November 14, 1917, known as the "Night of Terror", the superintendent of the Occoquan Workhouse, W.H. Whittaker, ordered the nearly forty guards to brutalize the suffragists there, which included Dora Lewis.
Often referred to as “Mrs. Lawrence Lewis” in suffrage literature, her husband Lawrence Lewis died in 2 Sept 1890. 
In 1920 she resided in Philadelphia, her occupation was "Social Worker". 
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