People Whom I Imagine Would be Interesting If I had Known Them, or Knew Them, and Who Don't Fit Into One of My Other Boards. Painters and writers are on other boards, except a few might have slipped in here.
Lucretia Coffin Mott (1793 - 1880)."..was an American Quaker, abolitionist, social reformer, and proponent of women's rights. She is said to be one of the first American feminists in the early 19th century...an early advocate for women's political power and influence in America, where women could not vote until 1920."
Jonathan Daniels, a minister who answered Dr. King's call to come to Selma, Alabama to support the Selma to Montgomery March. He was one of the few who stayed back after the march was over and was shot point blank in the chest by a deputized segregationist while trying to buy his fellow black protesters a Coca Cola.
Airmail pilot Ira Biffle posing in winter flight gear leaning on his airplane in Chicago, Illinois. Biffle served as an airmail pilot for the Post Office Department from 1918-1919 and 1923-1927. In 1922, while serving as a flying instructor in Lincoln, Nebraska, Biffle taught flying to Charles Lindbergh.