Until November 7, 1972, a woman had never served on the Michigan Supreme Court. That changed with the election of Mary Stallings Coleman, the 85th justice. As a young child, Coleman had lived in the home of another pioneering woman: Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross. Hear Justice Coleman discuss this, and so much more about her life, in an oral history recorded for the Society in 1991.

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