Carry [sic] A. Nation And Home. (Printed verso reads: "Mrs. CARRY [sic] A. NATION was born in KENTUCKY as CARRY [sic] AMELIA MOORE. She came to Medicine Lodge Kansas as the wife of David Nation in the early nineties. Her first husband, Dr. Charles Gloyd, had died a drunkard, leaving her with a little girl and a heart of sorrow. She became very sympathetic with those who suffered as she, and began crusading against liquor in 1900. She later lectured in all 48 States, Canada, England and Scotland. She died June 9, 1911 at Leavenworth, Kansas and was buried in the family lot at Belton, Mo.")
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