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Kidd, Mae Street

(born: 1909  -  died: 1999) 

Born in Millersburg, KY, Kidd served the 41st district (Louisville) in the Kentucky House of Representatives, 1968-1984. She sponsored a resolution to ratify the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the U. S. Constitution; legislation for low-income housing in Kentucky; legislation to make Martin L. King's birthday a state holiday; and much other legislation. Kidd was a graduate of Lincoln Institute. The Mae Street Kidd Collection is housed at Kentucky State University. For more see Passing for Black, by W. Hall and M. S. Kidd; Who's Who Among African Americans, 13th ed. Who's Who in American Politics, 1975-1998; and Rep. Mae Street Kidd, on the Women in Kentucky Public Service website. The Mae Street Kidd oral history recordings and transcripts are available online at the University of Louisville Libraries Digital Archives.
Access InterviewThe Mae Street Kidd oral history recordings and transcripts are available online at the University of Louisville Libraries Digital Archives.

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NKAA Entry: Lincoln Institute (Lincoln Ridge, KY)
NKAA Source: Passing for Black : the life and careers of Mae Street Kidd
NKAA Source: Who's who among African Americans
NKAA Source: Who's who in American politics

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