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Dr. Grace Stratton Airey

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State: Utah
Marital Status: Unknown
General Occupation: Health Care and Medicine
Occupation: Physician
Political Party Activism: This woman was not a political party activist.
Social Reform Activism: This woman was not a social reform activist.

Biography

Dr. Grace Stratton Airey was elected to the Utah state house in 1917 and again in 1919. She served two terms and was from Salt Lake city. Airey was the vice president of the Popular Government League of Utah. Airey graduated from the American School of Osteopathy at Kirlsville, Missouri, in 1904. The following year she moved to Salt Lake where she set up a practice. She was twice the elected president of the State Osteopathic Association.

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Grace Stratton Airey's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1917

Political Office: State House of Representatives
Election Year: 1917
Political Party:
Elected: Yes


Grace Stratton Airey's Campaign for State House of Representatives, 1919

Political Office: State House of Representatives
Election Year: 1919
Political Party:
Elected: Yes



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Cox, Elizabeth Women, state, and territorial legislators, 1895-1995: a state-by-state analysis, with rosters of 6,000 women Details
Copp Family history page Details