Adèle Clark was a founding member of the Equal Suffrage League of
Virginia, the chair of the Virginia League of Women Voters (1921–1925,
1929–1944), the social director of women at the College of William and Mary (1926), a New Deal–era field worker, and an
accomplished artist and arts advocate. A native of Alabama, Clark attended schools in
Richmond and later studied art in
New York. She taught art in Richmond and established a training studio, while also
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