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Marilyn Artus holds up a large flag made of fabric stripes designed by artists living in six states that helped ratify the 19th amendment. The bottom stripe is Ohio's and was sewn on to the flag at an event in Columbus on July 21. Photo by Amanda Etchison

Ohio Women Vote: Artist Commemorates Ohio’s Role in Ratifying the 19th Amendment with Stripe for Her Flag

Lindsay Dale-Scott, an Ohio illustrator and designer, designed a stripe to be sewn onto an 18-foot-by-26-foot flag commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment. Her stripe was  added to the flag at a July 21 public performance in Columbus.

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