Klara Lindh

Klara Augusta Bernhardina Lindh née Hemberg (1877–1914) was a pioneering Swedish suffragist who coordinated the publication of a series of articles written by women interested in women's suffrage under the auspices of the National Association for Women's Suffrage (LKPR) in which she was a member of the central board. She also wrote a number of articles on the topic herself. As a result of her commitment, she became the driving force in the suffrage association in Gävle, a large city to the north of Stockholm. She died at the early age of 37 after undergoing an operation, five years before Swedish women obtained the right to vote. Provided by Wikipedia
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