Kathryn Helene Starbuck

(1887–1965) Kathryn graduated from Albany Law School in 1914 and served as Saratoga County Chair of the New York State Woman Suffrage Party between 1916 and 1918. She compiled a list of laws relating to women and children for The History of the Woman Suffrage Movement volumes. The list of laws was not included.

In 1918 Kathryn was among the first women named to the Executive Committee of Democratic State Committee. The same year she ran unsuccessfully for a New York State Assembly seat from Saratoga County on the Democratic ticket and remained active with the state Democratic Party the rest of her life. After 1920, Kathryn served on the Committee for the Uniform Laws For Women of the National League of Women Voters and campaigned in New York State to allow women serve on juries. *courtesy alexanderstreet.com

Greenridge Cemetery

Y-19-SE Corner

17 Greenridge Place, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Saratoga County

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