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GALLERY: The rightful place for Carrie Lane Chapman Catt

  • Linda Hughes as Carrie Lane Chapman Catt recalls Catt's life and work advocating for women's suffrage, leading to the 19th Amendment

  • Janiece Bergland explains her work behind the portrait of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt and her girlhood home, now on display at the Floyd County Courthouse. The painting and quotes of Chapman Catt is located on the second floor, next to the framed copy of the U.S. Constitution.

  • Floyd County Supervisor Linda Tjaden is recognized during Wednesday's ceremony as the first woman supervisor in Floyd County. Later while speaking to the crowd, Tjaden reflected on the progress women have made in careers and at home during her lifetime.

  • Charles City High School senior Sara Martin explains the inspiration behind her portrait of Chapman Catt.

  • Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rock students Ella Carroll and Kyrstin Brunner hang the portraits of Chapman Catt during Wednesday afternoon's ceremony.

  • Artists Sara Martin and Janiece Bergland stand by their portraits of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt, now on display in the Floyd County Courthouse

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