Kathrine Robinson Everett:
Some of the husbands didn't want their wives to vote and whether the women wanted to vote or not, we couldn't tell unless we got them without the husbands. So we found out that you had to go before the husbands came back from work. And then sometimes they wouldn't register. Women weren't all crazy to register by any means.

- Kathrine Robinson Everett, lawyer and activist

Interview with Kathrine Robinson Everett by Pamela Dean, April 30, 1985, Interview C-0005, in the Southern Oral History Program Collection #4007, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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