Mrs. Emily Locke Cameron
Denver

   A charming woman of modest, retiring manner, beloved by many friends; coming before the public only in the capacity of Christian Science Practitioner, which she has been for twenty years. She was reader in the old church of the denomination and later read for three years in the new church. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. George Horace Campbell
Denver

     Mrs. Lillian E. Campbell and family, consisting of Mr. Clarence G. Campbell, Mrs. Cheney R. Baker, and Miss Marjorie Campbell, are all promient socially. Although great devotees of travel, they are thoroughly identified with the charitable and progressive interests of Denver. Mrs. Campbell is notable for her business ability, being actively engaged with her son in managing the extensive interests of the Knight Campbell Music Company.

Harriet P. Campbell (Mrs. John)
Denver

   Studied in Leipsic University. Instrumental in marking Santa Fe Trail. An organizer of Colorado Springs Boys' Club. Member, Fortnightly Club, Deutsche Damen, D. A. R., Colonial Dames, and is a Phil Beta Kappa. Former member State Board, Y. W. C. A. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Margaret Patterson Campbell
(Mrs. Richard C. Campbell)
Denver

     A well-known church, educational, and philanthropic worker, who is an alumna of East Denver High School, and Bryn Mawr College, and a charter member of the Colorado Branch of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, and of the Woman's Club. Mrs. Campbell is a member of many literary clubs, among them the Fortnightly, Deutsche Damen, Monday, Woman's Press, and the Drama League of America.

Mrs. Mary Talbot Campbell
Denver

   A musician and club woman, whose literary heritage from her mother, Mrs. S. Maria Talbot, is shown in fiction, appearing in such magazines as the "Century," "McClure's," the "American," etc. From her best known stories we select "The Apple of Discord" and "A Celestial Garment." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. John F. Campion
Denver

     A very beautiful woman, a gracious hostess of many brilliant social functions, and a fine mother, whose charming personality has made her well beloved, both in her beautiful home and in social life. Mrs. Campion is very benevolent and there are few large charitable enterprises in Colorado in which she is not a prominent factor.

Mrs. Charles T. Carnahan
Denver

   Daughter of Eben Smith, well-known pioneer and mining man. Born in Central City and has lived most of the time in Colorado, although educated in eastern schools. Has traveled extensively at home and abroad. Mrs. Carnahan is carrying on many of her mother's charities. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. J. L. Carney
Denver

   One of the most charming and progressive of Denver's club women. She is chiefly interested in the D. A. R., and the Reviewers' Club. A gracious hostess and helpful companion of many friends. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Harry W. Carstarphen
Denver

   Assistant Corresponding Secretary of Woman's Club; Assistant Treasurer of Reviewers', and member of the  Keramic Art Club. Active in club work. Mother of two sons, one of them yet in school, the other a successful mining engineer. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Susie D. Carstarphen
Denver

   Came to Colorado in 1886. Charter member of the Scio Club. Joined the Woman's Club in 1899, and the Clio Club in 1900. Is interested in Keramic Art. Member of United Daughters of the Confederacy. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. O.M. Carter
Denver

     There is no beauty more glorious than character, and in this is she rich indeed. Of a deeply religious nature, for forty-two years she has given much time to church and charitable work. An artist of marked ability, and author of a book entitled "Prophecies Relating to Christ."

Mrs. Stanley Mears Caspar
Denver

   Member and Past President State Board Charities and Corrections. A founder of Colorado Society Colonial Dames, State Regent Daughters of Revolution, member of Archaeological Institute, the Colorado Cliff Dwellings Association, Artists', Twenty-second Avenue Study, Woman's Press, and Monday Literary Clubs, and active in many charities. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Elizabeth Cassidy, M. D.
Denver

   Graduated from Knox College, Galesburg, Ill., and the Northwestern University Women's Medical College, Chicago, Ill. Assistant City and County Physician, 1909-1910. First woman elected as a member of the Board of County Commissioners, City and County of Denver, 1911. Member of the State Board of Charities and Corrections. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Hetty F. Cattel
Denver

   Newspaper woman, whose work as dramatic editor, book reviewer, and reporter is favorably known in Colorado, Texas, and California. Thoroughly capable journalist with prospects for a brilliant future. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Lewis Glover Cavnah
Denver

   President of the Clio Club of Denver. An active figure in both the club and social works. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. John Quincy Charles
Denver

   Came to Denver, March 22, 1862, died April 23, 1890. Genial, true and kind hearted; active in church and charity work. President of Ladies' Relief Society, and active in the Old Ladies' Home, and Railroad Mission. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Esther Sanders Cherry
Denver

   Vice-Chairman Social Science Department, Woman's Club of Denver; member of Daughters of American Revolution, Woman's Press Club, and other organizations. A talented musician and successful lecturer on musical history, the great symphonies, grand opera, and other musical subjects. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Alice Belle Clark
Denver

   Prominent in the educational life of the state, having been Superintendent of Schools, Garfield County, two terms; present Deputy State Superintendent of Instruction. Graduate of Michigan Normal School. Member of Eastern Star. Past President of the Glenwood Reading Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. George T. Clark
Denver

   A pioneer of Colorado and a resident of Denver since 1860. Her husband was the "Boy Mayor of Denver" in 1865; was one of the founders, and the first cashier of the First National Bank. Mrs. Clark was a social leader in the early days. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Jabez F. Clark
Denver

   Active in philanthropic work and prominent in the Round Table Club, Daughters of Confederacy, Ladies' Aid Society, St. Mark's Church, where she has been Vice-President and Treasurer. Resident of Denver twenty-five years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Imogene Golder Clarke
Denver

   Resident, Colorado thirty-six years; interested in philanthropic and church work. Many years in charge of State Employment Bureau. Member, Woman's Club, New Century Club, Equal Suffrage Association, D. A. R. Actively engaged in political reform movements. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Josephine G. Clayton
Denver

   Christian Science practitioner of twenty years' standing. Second Reader at Second Church of Christ, Scientist. A whole-souled, attractive woman, whose faithful work for the poor and unfortunate has endeared her to many. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Frances Ames Collar
Denver

   Pioneer in 1860. Crossed the plains by wagon. Taught school in 1861, and taught first kindergarten in Denver in 1876. Granddaughter of Nathaniel Ames, who was with Washington at Valley Forge. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. W. E. Collett
Denver

   As Secretary of the Colorado Prison Association, she assists more paroled prisoners to start life anew than does the executive officer of any similar organization in the United States. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Martha A. B. Conine
Denver

   Was charter member of Woman's Club; President of N. S. Woman's Club for several year4s; member, Eleventh General Assembly; President of Woman's Public Service League. Foremost in progressive work of all kinds for the uplift of humanity. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. George Washington Cook
Denver

   Vice-President of the Day Nursery, and always interested in the philanthropic activities of the city. As the wife of former Congressman Cook, she was Chairman of the entertainment Committee of the Congressional Club, Washington. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. W. A. L. Cooper
Denver

   From a line of ancestry of which she is justly proud, Mrs. Cooper has striven educationally and morally for twenty-three years to better conditions in Colorado. Member of Woman's Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Amy K. Cornwall
Denver

   Charter member of North Side and Woman's Clubs of Denver, and also of the Colorado Equal Suffrage Association, of which she was President for several years. Has resided in Colorado thirty-two years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Edward Prentiss Costigan
Denver

     President Woman's Club of Denver, President Denver Graded Union of Sunday School Teachers. She is a noted Sunday School worker, teacher, and lecturer, both in and out of Colorado. Among Mrs. Costigan's accomplishments, her art of story telling is especially remarkable. She is a valued member of the Colorado Congress of Mothers.

Mrs. Emilie S. Costigan (Mrs. George P.)
Denver

   Interested in both educational and philanthropic work. Has been Director of the Parliamentary Auxiliary of Woman's Club, and active for thirty years in civic betterment of Ouray, Telluride, and Denver. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Helen C. Cotton
Denver

   Superintendent of Florence Crittenton Home. Her life is devoted to girl-saving. In every girl in the home she sees only the possibility of worthy womanhood. Hundreds of girls are making good through her work. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Emily Zene Craig
Denver

   A.B. and A.M., University of Colorado; alumna, University of Chicago; active worker in various clubs; several years a teacher of English in the West Side High School; well-known for her interest in her "boys and girls," and her ability to win and hold their confidence and affection. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Tena C. Cramb
Denver

   Graduate of American School of Ost4eopathy in Kirksville, Mo. One of the founders of the Denver Infirmary of Osteopathy. Active in professional work since 1901. A successful and popular woman. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Martha Hittson Cranmer
Denver

     A woman of gracious and charming manner. Prominent in the social, political, and civic life of Denver. Earnest and enthusiastic in all philanthropic work. A valued and active member of State Board of Pardons; also of the Territorial Daughters, Woman's Press Club, and Daughters of the Confederacy. Her husband was a successful business man of Denver in the early history of the State.

Mrs. Elizabeth Ogilvie Croft
Denver

   Organizer and oldest member of P. E. O. in this state. Charter member of First United Presbyterian Church. Member of Woman's Club and Territorial Daughters. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Dell Felker-Cross
Denver

   Of a pioneer family. Known as a very capable business woman, conducting  an automobile company. Only woman motor-truck agent in United States. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Katherine E. Curtin
Denver

   She is an alumna of the American School of Osteopathy, under its founder, and one of the leading progressive practitioners of Denver. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Indiana Sopris Cushman
Denver

   Came to Denver in 1860, with parents, Captain and Mrs. Richard Sopris. First woman to open private school, May 7, 1860. Was active in Sunday School and church work. Married Samuel Cushman, 1866. Resident of Central City many years. Was pioneer of Deadwood, South Dakota, 1878. Returned to Denver in 1903. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Lucius Montrose Cuthbert
(Gertrude Hill)
Denver

     Youngest child of the last Senator Nathaniel P. Hill; was born in Colorado. Since girlhood Mrs. Cuthbert has been interested in philanthropic and social welfare activities. Director of Children's Hospital Association, the Denver Orhans' Home, the Y.W.C.A. These organizations especially enlist her sympathy and support. Mrs. Cuthbert has three daughters-Charlotte, Alice Berger, by a previous marriage; Gertrude and Alice Middleton Cuthbert.

Mrs. Ray S. David
Denver

    A member of the Jewish Woman's Council, the Denver Press, and the Woman's Clubs. Her interests have been chiefly educational and philanthropic. One of the first women members of the School Board of Boulder. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Elizabeth Dawkins
Denver

    Resident since 1882. Opened first violin school. Is Director of Dawkins Quartet and is closely identified with all musical events. Studied in Europe. Highly cultured and of a charming personality. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Sarah S. Platt Decker
Denver

     First President of the Woman's Club of Denver. Her winning personality, her wit and wisdom gave her national fame as an orator and leader. Four efficient years as President of the National Federation of Women's Clubs were followed by seven years as a member of the State Board of Charities and Corrections, for five of which she was its President, being later appointed the first woman on the Civil Service Commission of Colorado.

Mrs. George C. DeLand
Denver

    A former newspaper woman of the wide experience whose work has always been along educational lines. A prominent member and officer of the Denver Women's Press Club and for several years its Recording Secretary. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Anna M. DeRemer
Denver

     A noble and beautiful woman of unusual force and executive power, who takes special interest in the irrigation projects of Colorado. While she is a highly educated woman, and has directed many enterprises, her greatest interest has been for her splendid family. Mrs. DeRemer is a native of the State.

Aurelia Lipscomb DeWeese
Denver

    Of Virginia parentage. A resident of Colorado thirty years, and the proud mother of two sons. Her public interest have been as a member of the Woman's Club for many years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Josephine Beemer Dexter
Denver

     A recognized leader of Dramatic Art in Denver, with almost phenomenal success as a reader of classic lore. An artist of national note pays her this glowing tribute: "Truly the Scott Siddons of Classic Denver in artistic interpretation." Of gracious and dignified presence, brilliant mental equipment, and rare personal charm, she has figured prominently in the club, social, and philanthropic life of the Western Metropolis.

Florence E. Dick
Denver

    Resident of Colorado thirty years; actively interested in educational, church, club, and political matters. Ex-Chairman of the Home and Education Department of Woman's Club. President of the Colorado Branch of the National Congress of Mothers. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Albert E. Disbrow
Denver

    President of Central W. C. T. U., Denver, and State Superintendent of Social Meetings, and Red Letter Days. Director of Woman's Club, and member of the Legislative Committee of Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Agnes Ditson, M. D.
Denver

    Obstetrician. Instructor in Obstetrics, University of Colorado. Lecturer in Obstetrics, Woman's Club School for Practical Nurses. Member of the staff of the Denver City and County Hospital, National Jewish Hospital, and the Visiting Nurses Association. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. A. M. Donaldson
Denver

    President Florence Crittenton Home. Actively interested in church, Sunday School, social, and club work. Educator in Kansas before marriage. Elder son was Rhodes scholar for Colorado, 1911-14. Other son in Denver University. Resident since 1887. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Joseph Donley
Denver

    A prominent member of the Woman's Club of Denver, who is also deeply interested in philanthropic work and all activities leading to the reform of wrong conditions. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Fannie R. Dove (Mrs. F. N.)
Denver
   
    Member of alumni of State Normal School of Kansas; she later served as Superintendent of Schools for Wyandotte County. The Woman's Club has elected her Treasurer of the club for six consecutive years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Jacob Downing
(Caroline Eudora Rosecrans)
Denver

     First member Ladies' Relief Society, now Old Ladies' Home. Past President Ladies' Auxillary to G.A.R. Past President of Pioneer Ladies' Aid Society; benefactor of Denver Orphans' Home; a generous giver to the Colorado Women's College, Children's Hospital, Public Library, and founder of the Jacob Downing Home for the Aged, with perpetual endowment of $1,200 yearly. Member of Woman's Club and member Woman's Press Club. Highly talented as artist, musician and poet. 

Mrs. Warwick M. Downing
Denver

    Wife of Park Commissioner Downing, and daughter of John E. Leet, an early promoter. President, Denver District Congress of Mothers, and member of Woman's Club. Educated in Denver High School, and in Wellesley College. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Eliza M. DuBois
Denver

    Resident of Colorado since 1880. Founder of Sacred Heart Aid Society. Interested in St. Vincent, St. Claire, Queen of Heaven, Good Shepherd Orphanages, Old Ladies' Home, Woman's Club, and Ladies' Catholic Benevolent Society. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Emma S. Durbin
Denver

    The widow of the late John H. Durbin. A woman of musical culture, of southern family. Member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. S.F. Dutton
Denver

     An attractive personality; well known for her charming hospitality and delightful manner. She is not only gifted in the art of managing social affairs, but has that inestimable talent for managing business, which is characteristic of few women. Mrs. Dutton is the mother of two beautiful daughters.

Mrs. J. H. East (Emma Tolman)
Denver

    Assistant Secretary of a Chamber of Commerce Department. Newspaper writer of ability. Member of Press and Clio Clubs. More important than her public work is the welfare of her four children, to whom she is a devoted mother. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Theresa Randall Eells
Denver

    One of the most prominent pianists in the city. Has been heard to advantage many time in concert work. She is actively associated with the musical clubs and is well-known as a piano teacher. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mary Elizabeth Ellis
Denver

    Past President of the Denver Teachers' Club; a member of the School Dames, Denver Club, and State Teachers' Association. Miss Ellis is vitally interested in the educational progress of our country. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Lina Elsner
Denver

    Wife of Dr. John Elsner. She is a well-known figure in Denver's social and club life, having lived her many years. Mrs. Elsner makes her cheerful personality felt wherever women congregate. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. B. A. C. Emerson
Denver

    A descendant of noted ancestors and a true Daughter of the Confederacy; organizer of first chapter I Colorado, and member of first Southern Aid Society of Missouri. Author of "Historic Southern Monuments." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Jeannette A. Eppich
Denver

    Worker in education, philanthropies, music, and art. Supporter of Day Nursery and Settlement Work. Foreman Chairman Nursery Committee, Neighborhood House Association; member Christian Science Church, and a member of Mrs. Eddy's household for a short time. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Theresa S. Fantz
Denver

    A Colorado alumna, actively associated with the Woman's Club, American Medical Association. Denver County and State Medical Society. Also a helpful factor in the Epworth Mission work and for the Florence Crittenton Home. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Everett A. Fay
Denver

    An exponent of the philosophy of Emerson and a teacher in the Colorado of Divine Science. Also an active member of the Denver Woman's Press Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Maude Fealy
Denver

     One of America's leading actresses, who has been on the stage since a child. A co-star with Gillette, Hilliard, Collier, Goodwin, and Willard, she won many triumphs. In succeeding Ellen Terry with Sir Henry Irving in London, she was even more successful than in this country. For several years she has toured with her own company. Came to Colorado when a child.

Mrs. William G. Fisher
Denver

    A resident of Denver since 1873. Wife of one of the founders of the Daniels & Fisher Stores. A number of the Fortnightly Club; the Board of the National Young Woman's Christian Association, and the first President of the Denver Association. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Julia Downey Fitz-Hugh
Denver

    Graduate of Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, class of 1899. Member of the American Institute of Homeopathy. Established and conducts a Dietary Rest Home (Milk Cure) in this city. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Minerva E. Fleck
Denver

    As a member of the Woman's Club for fourteen years, closely connected with its philanthropic work, and for seven years head of the Sewing School, she strives always for whatever may uplift humanity. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Ellen J. Foote
(Nee Ellen Jackson)
Denver

     Born in England, reared and educated in New York. Assistant Principal in Girls' School, Beirut, Syria, for fifteen years. Compiled and published a Natural Philosophy in Arabic, which is used in all Academic Schools in Syria and Egypt. Returned to America in 1884; married and came to Denver, where she has lived since. Charter member of Y.W.C.A., and twenty years in Superintendent.

Miss Anna Laura Force
Denver

    An educator of note and Principal of the Columbian School. She was chosen President of the Denver Teacher's Club for 1911-12; also served as head of the Daughters of Colorado; President of the Principals' Association, 1913. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

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