Mrs. John H. Gabriel
Denver

    B. S., University of Wisconsin. An able, energetic worker in many useful lines. Has promoted interest in Keramic Art in Denver. Prominent member of Woman's Club, and President of Association Collegiate Alumnae. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Fannie M. D. Galloway
Denver

    First Vice-President Woman's Club, 1913. Chairman Social Science Department, 1911-1913. Member American Academy of Political and Social Science; D. A. R.; Acting President Colorado Traveling Library Commission; suffragist. Interested in philanthropic and progressive political movements. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. John George
Denver

    Believing in the effective power of concerted action. Mrs. George is an active member of the Denver Woman's Club, and the Daughters of the American Revolution. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Alice H. Gilleland
Denver

    Daughter of Major Orlando J. Hopkins, G. A. R. Widely interest in patriotic work, serving as Past President and National Inspector for the Daughters of Veterans. As church and club woman her activities are manifold. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Rodrephus H. Gilmore
Denver

    Resident twenty-seven years. Prominent in educational and mission work. Thirteen years an officer in Colorado Congregational and Mission Work. Member Woman's Club. Associated with husband in organizing Rocky Mountain Chautauqua at Glen Park. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Elizabeth Westcott Goddard
Denver
 
    Wife of Justice Goddard of the Supreme Court. This distinguished woman served for three successive years as President of the Woman's Club. A member of the D. A. R., and an accomplished musician. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. John H. Gower (Jean Milne Taylor)
Denver

    Founder of Denver Dumb Friends' League; First Vice-President of Denver Woman's Press Club; writer of short stories, plays, and verse. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Margaret G. Grabill
Denver

    Assisted in establishing the first public kindergarten in Denver; Director of kindergarten work in Denver Normal School for five years. Worked in Mothers' Congress, City Federation. Superintendent Social Welfare work for ten years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Nettie K. Gravett
Denver

     State Librarian until called to a larger work in Ohio. Educated in Fairfield Union Academy and Oxford College. Active in club life, having held many important offices. Member of D.A.R., Equal Suffrage Association, Colorado Library Association, and the A.L.A. The State Library of Ohio sent her to Europe to study methods and conditions of library works abroad.

Dr. Florence S. Green
Denver

    Alumna of Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia. Eminent in the practice of her profession, in which she has been engaged for sixteen years. Former officer in Denver and Colorado State Dental Associations. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Ida L. Gregory
Denver

    Clerk and Associate Judge of the Juvenile Court; the first woman in the United States to hold such a place. Founder of the first night school for boys in Colorado. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Helen Loring Grenfell
Denver

     Whose work in educational, sociological, and political lines has been unique and far reaching in influence. State Superintendent Public Instruction three successive terms. Inaugurated reforms in management of State school lands which doubled the income derived from them. Lectured for equal suffrage throughout the country. First woman Penitentiary Commissioner. Member Society Mayflower Descendants, Woman's Club, life member State Teachers' Association. Resident of Colorado since childhood. Declared by a fromer Governor to the "the best state official Colorado ever had."

Ella H. Griffith, M. D.
Denver

    Graduate Denver Homeopathic College Physicians and Surgeons, and has occupied its chair of Materia Medica. Devoted to outdoor activities. President of the Bit and Spur Club two years. One of Colorado's most brilliant professional women. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Dolce Grossmayer
Denver

    Pianist and composer. Awarded bronze medal as pianist at World's Columbian Exposition. Pupil of Carlos Sobrino, London; Professor Spangenberg, Wiesbaden, Germany; and Raphael Joseffy, New York. Especially prominent in preparing pupils for concretizing and teaching. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Addie Macon Guesnier
Denver

    Well-known as First Reader of Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, and through her practice extending over a period of sixteen years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Jesse Wallace Hadley
Denver

    A woman of many capabilities, chief among them a devoted mother. A prominent member of the Mothers' Congress, and an earnest worker in bettering conditions for children. Also a member of the Ergatean Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Matilda Haffner
Denver

     A native of Pennsylvania, who has been a Coloradoan twenty-two years. Next to her home and children, philanthropics, art, and music are her chief interests.

Mrs. Adelaide Reynolds Haldeman
Denver

     Editor, writer, humanitarian. An organizer and Past Vice-President, Children's Hospital. A promoter Municipal Lodging House and representative of The League of American Chivalry, protective guild for business girls. As Director and press Chairman in Woman's Club and Woman's Press Club, a versatile writer of international reputation; editor "Modern World," "Business Woman's" magazines, and "Club Woman's Record," her influence extends to the boundaries of woman's work.

Mrs. Charles Bowen Hamilton
Denver

     Socially prominent, and also finds time for innumerable good works not included in her labors for St. Mark's Church. As Director of St. Margaret's Guild, she is one of the its most zealous supporters; she is also a loyal supporter of the Woman's Club, the Neighborhood House, and the Day Nursery.

Mrs. Sterling P. Hammond
Denver

    Genuinely interested in woman's co-operative work, Mrs. Hammond has lent a helping hand to the Denver Clio, and the Woman's Club. A resident of Colorado for about twenty years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Fannie D. Walthall Hardin
Denver

    Widow of Lieut. George H. Hardin. An active member of Pioneer Society, W. R. C., Daughter of 1812. Eastern Star Relief Board, and one of the founders of the Industrial School for Girls. Secured the appropriation to build cottages for soldiers' wives at Monte Vista Home. Active and successful in many undertakings. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Lucy I. Harrington
Denver

    Former Recorder City and County of Denver. Twenty years identified with Colorado reform movements. A woman of broad sympathies. Prominent in philanthropic work. Founder of The Prisoners' Aid Society, now the Colorado  Prison Relief Association. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Agnes Martyn Hart
Denver

    An accomplished artist, she is the contralto soloist at St. John's Cathedral. Miss Hart is actively interested in the religious and philanthropic life of Denver, and of the state. Widely known as an evangelical speaker and biblical instructor. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Antoinette Arnold Hawley
Denver

     Colorado's great temperance leader. President Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1899-1904. Honorary Life President. Nominated for Mayor, Prohibition ticket, Denver, 1900. Editor State W.C.T.U. Messenger. State lecturer. Magazine writer. Author of "Crusade Glory Song," sung in every state. Valued member of Woman's Press Club, Woman's Public Service League, Woman's Club, Equal Suffrage Association, D.A.R., Plymouth Congregational Church. Toured the world when seventy-one.

Mrs. Susan Moffett Hayward
Denver

    Well-known socially and a faithful worker of Episcopal Church in early days. Charter member of Woman's Club. Member of City Improvement Society. For five years was President of the Clio Club. First graduate of the Colorado College of Divine Science and an eminent New Thought writer. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Edwina W. Hedge
Denver

    This professional woman had her education in our Colorado schools, beginning with the primary grades and continuing until she graduated from the College of Dental Surgery. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Margaret Sappington Henderson
Denver

    Distinguished as one who dared the dangers of a ride by ox team from St. Louis to Denver in 1860. Identified with church and philanthropic work of the early days, and is a member of the Pioneers' Society. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Thomas H. Herbert
Denver

     A prominent business woman of Denver, who, since her husband's death has successfully managed the large catering establishment bearing his name. She has been active in various lines of charitable work. Member of Woman's Club and Sacred Heart Aid Society and is well known socially.

Mrs. E. P. Hershey
Denver

    The wife of one of Denver's most prominent physicians, and, herself, a woman of unusual brilliancy and cleverness. Mrs. Hershey has a wonderful fund of humor. She has executive ability, which has helped make successful many of the big philanthropic movements of the city. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Henry J. Hersey
Denver

    Founder, first President, now Honorary President of Colorado Congress of Mothers; Toastmistress at first International Congress of Mothers held at Washington, D. C. Was Secretary of Woman's Club and Chairman of its Philanthropic Department; member D. A. R. and Society of Mayflower Descendants. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. John E. Hesse
Denver

    The most of her life has been lived in Colorado. She was educated in the Denver schools, graduating from high school in 1898. In 1905 she married John E. Hesse, a Denver Banker. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Alice Polk Hill
Denver

     One of the organizers of the Woman's Club, and Denver Woman's Press Club. The founder of the Round Table Club, of which she has been the able and gracious President  for many years. Was the one woman, with twenty men, who wrote the charter for the City and County of Denver. She has written a book on pioneer life in Colorado and is compiling another.

Mrs. Crawford Hill
Denver

     Famous as a social leader of Denver and of the entire Rocky Mountain region. Descended from a prominent Tennessee Family. her charming personality combines the grace of the South with the vigor of the West. Mrs. Hill was presented at the Court of King Edward VII. She is the exponent of the steadily increasing elegance of Colorado's well-bred and well-educated women.

Mrs. N.P. Hill
(Nee Alice Hale)
Denver

     Came to Colorado in 1868, and immediately became the center of hospitality in Gilpin County, where her husband's smelter was located. Moved to Denver in 1878, and became a force in every charitable and social uplift. Charter member Woman's Club, President Denver Free Kindergarten Association for nine years, during its entire history. Eight years President of Y.W.C.A. and raised larger part of money for site and construction of its present home. Represented Colorado as Vice-Regent of Mt. Vernon Association from 1889 until her death in 1908. Her social gifts were notable, and were called forth during her husband's career as Senator in Washington. Her broad sympathies endeared her to a host of people.

Mrs. B. C. Hilliard
Denver

    As Past President of the Argyle Club, and Chairman of the Home and Education Department of the North Side Woman's Club, she has been energetically helpful in both organizations for over ten years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Mary E. Hinchliff
Denver

    Old English family, reared in New England. Graduate of Connecticut State Normal School. College degrees, A.B. and A.M. Member National Economic Association. Prominent in Denver Woman's Club and Mothers' Congress. Writer of magazine articles on science, and literature, also, clever writer of verse and humorous sketches. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Osee Wallace Hoffman
Denver

    Alumna Washington Female Seminary, and Laura Memorial Woman's Medical College, Cincinnati. Prominent in medical circles, and one of Colorado's first woman eye, nose and throat specialists; a former instructor in Gross Medical College. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Flora M. Hopkins
Denver

    A member of the Visiting Nurses' Society, the Visiting Society to Aged Poor, the Old Ladies' Home, and other charity organizations. Mrs. Hopkins is associated with her husband in the Hopkins Studio. She is decidedly domestic in tastes and prefers home to a public life. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. John R. Hopkins
Denver

    For many years a very worthy but modest member of the Woman's Club. Her home is her chief concern. She is the wife of one of Denver's most progressive surgeons. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Katherine Tipton Hosmer
Denver

    Well-known newspaper and magazine writer and musical enthusiast. Member of Woman's Club, Tuesday Musical Club, Denver Woman's Press Club, and Bay View Club of Fort Morgan. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Frona Randall Houghhan
Denver

    In point of service one of the oldest and best-known educators of the state. As Principal of Gilpin School, thirty-two years, she has made its work noted for the strength and breadth of its scope. First woman to be President of Principals' Association. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Julia A. Hougton
Denver

    Coming to Colorado twenty years ago, she identified herself with all the activities of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, of which her son, Rev. Dr. Houghton, is rector. At the age of 91, she attends worship regularly. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Jennie Griffith Howell, C. S. B.
Denver

    Admitted to Mother Church of Boston, Mass., March 1894. Received her degree, C.S.B., June 1901, from Massachusetts Metaphysical College, of which Mrs. Eddy was President. A practitioner for eighteen years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Almira Frost Hudson
Denver

    Member of D. A. R.; ex-President of Clio Club, and member of Woman's Club. She has been active in religious life, teaching in Trinity M. E. Sunday School for twenty-five years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Bessie Dade Hughes
Denver

    Vocalist of note, who, at the age of sixteen, won the contralto prize given by the Western Eisteddfod Association. Soloist of First Church of Christ, Scientist, and a vocal teacher seven years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Adrianna Hungerford
Denver

    President since 1904 of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Colorado. A born leader, a trenchant and forceful speaker, she has given herself wholly to a great cause, and won an enviable place in the executive councils of the national organization. Her proudest ambition is "to serve with might." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Flora C. Smith-Hunsicker
Denver

    A vocal soloist and successful teacher, who has been popular in church and concert for twenty-two years. She was active in the Woman's Club, 1894 to 1906, and is interested in philanthropic work. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Mary A. Brockett Ingersoll
Denver

    First President of the W. C. T. U. in Colorado. Charter member of the Woman's Relief Corps; President of the Colorado Volunteers' Relatives Union, Spanish-American War; President of the Woman's Republican League of Colorado. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Frances Wisebart Jacobs
Denver

    Pioneer of 1863; a local and national figure in charity work, known as the "Mother of Charities." A founder of Ladies' Relief Society and Organized Charities, of which last she was Secretary for many years. An organizer of the Free Kindergartens, and prominent in philanthropies. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Charles H. Jacobson
Denver

    President for two terms of the Woman's Club of Denver; now serving second term as Regent of the Colorado Society, Daughters of the Revolution. Prominent in the Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs, and in literary and patriotic work. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Emeline Marie Jensen
Denver

    M.A., Ph.D.; author of the operetta, "Der Violin Meister." She speaks seven languages fluently. Graduate of Konigliches-Lehrerinnen-Seminar in Berlin; Master of Letters, University of Paris, Teacher Colorado Woman's College. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. E. Ella B. Jerome
Denver

     President Young Woman's Christian Association, member State Board Colonial Dames, Honorary State Regent New Jersey National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. State President Colorado National Society of Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America.

Miss Anna Louise Johnson
Denver

    Noted kindergartner. Opened first kindergarten connected with Denver Public Schools. Active worker in educational organizations. Past President Woman's Educational Club. President Wellesley Club. Forwarded City Playground movement from beginning. Supervisor Playground Department, city and schools. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Catherine Patterson Johnson
Denver

    Charter member of the Woman's Club, and boulder Fortnightly. Member and worker in the early days in the Y. W. C. A., and Florence Crittenton Home. A member of first Literary Clio of Golden. Interested in all church work. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Ellis M. Johnson
Denver

    Prominent in workmen's work as a member of the Equal Suffrage Association, and as the former Corresponding Secretary of the Jane Jefferson Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Lillian Hartman Johnson
Denver

     Daughter of pioneers prominent in Southwestern Colorado. Published the "Colorado magazine," and, through its columns, advocated high ideals for the woman citizen and fought for her recognition in all fields of public work, and the establishment of a woman's party. Has devoted her talents as a public speaker to reform movements in politics. Secretary City Civil Service Commissioner. Vice-President Colorado Equal Suffrage Association.

Mrs. George W. Kassler
Denver

    A resident of Denver since 1865. Her life has been occupied with home, family, and friends. She has been associated with various charities. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. James W. Kelley
(Eselyn Brown)
Denver

     One of Colorado's leading woman writers and public speakers. Interested in all public questions, which she discusses ably in print and on the platform. A deep student of social and economic subjects. president Denver Woman's Press Club, 1913-14. Before her marriage, had a brilliant career in journalism, her writings being marked by a sparkling piquancy seldom equaled in this country.

Mrs. Martha E. Killie
Denver

    Prominent education, who came to Colorado in 1874. Taught in the Denver schools for six years prior to 1880. Has been an active Christian Science practitioner since 1886, being a pioneer in this work. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. William H. Kistler
Denver

    A former member of the School Board; a Past President of the Neighborhood House Association; the First Vice-Regent of the Colorado Chapter, D. A. R.; former Chairman of the Art and Literature Department of the Woman's Club, and a resident of Denver for forty years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Louis Klein
Denver

    Principal of Central School; member of Denver Teachers' Club, Principals' Association, State Teachers' Association, Woman's Educational Club, and President of Woman's Pedagogical Club. Educated in Denver schools, and a teacher since 1895. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Franklin Price Knott
(Nee Isabel Hill)
Denver

     Eldest daughter of the late Senator N.P. Hill. Charter member of Woman's Club of Denver; charter member and President for nine years of Tuesday Musical Club. One of the organizers and Treasurer for nine years of Denver Free Kindergarten Association. Spends most of her time with her artist husband in travel, but is very active in social and charitable matters when residing in Denver.

Mrs. Alma V. Lafferty
Denver

     Successful legislator, lecturer, and impresario. Fluent and convincing speaker. Made her debut as legislator in 1908. Re-elected in 1910. Early recognized as a leader. Chairman of Committee on Education. Member of Committees on Appropriations, Judiciary, and State institutions. Called "Mother of Eight Hour Law for Women." Chairman Woman's National Democratic Organization for Colorado. Served on Board City Charities and Corrections. Generally known as "the woman who does things."

Miss Gail Laughlin, B.A., LL.B.
Denver

     Alumna of Wellesley College and of Cornell University Law School. Member of New York and Colorado bar, President of the Woman's Public Service League, member of the State Board of Pardons, and Woman's Club; she also finds time to write on public questions.

Gertrude Adams Lee
Denver

    Vice-Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee in 1913 and Presidential Elector. Also a Daughter of Colorado and a club woman. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Owen E. LeFevre
Denver

    Born in Ohio. Came to Denver in 1873. Member of original Board of St. Luke's Hospital; President and Board member of Denver Orphans' Home during eighteen years; Secretary of original Board of the Miss Wolcott School. Members of Monday Literary, Artists', and Woman's Press Clubs. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Eloise Sargent Lehow
Denver

    Teacher of Wolfe Hall, 1869-1894. Honorary member of the Society of Colorado Pioneers and assiduous in the Pioneer Ladies' Aid Society. Department President of Colorado and Wyoming Woman's Relief Corps. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Orr Legge
Denver

    Twelve years President and leader of Denver's First Federated Shakespeare Club. Graduate of Chautauqua Literary Scientific Course, of New York, 1873. Pioneer, promoter, and worker in Old Ladies' Home, from 1875 to 1903; D. A. R. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Flavia Gaines Leitch
Denver

    A writer of short stories and special newspaper work, who has been on the staff of the "Denver Post" and of the "Republican" for several years. Mrs. Leitch is a member of the Denver Woman's Press Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Elizabeth Brown Lennon
Denver

    A pioneer; native of Ohio; the only direct daughter of the Revolution living in Colorado. Wife of the inaugurator and first commander of the Monte Vista Soldier's Home. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Amanda K. Lewis
 Denver

    Educator, lecturer, authority on the world's best literature, and writer of verse. Organizer and Honorary President of Scio Art Club, and for seven years Treasurer of Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Sadie M. W. Likens
Denver

    A native of Ohio, prominently identified with charity and temperance work in the all of their phases, and known as one of the most successful Department Presidents of the Colorado-Wyoming W. R. C. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Charles M. Lillie (Alice Varnum Burdick-Collins)
Denver

    Member Woman's Club, Woman's Press Club, D. A. R. Eugenics and child welfare student. Representative to C. F. W. C. on Forestry; instrumental in passage of bill "to promote growth of timber exempt from taxation for thirty years." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Mary Elitch Long
Denver

     The founder and proprietor of the famous pleasure resort, Elitch's Gardens. It has a distinctive character of refinement, and is known all over the United States. First woman to manage successfully a zoo, and for years the owner and manager of one of the best known summer stock theaters. Has endeared herself to the public through her kindly and considerate interest in little children, and in the unfortunate.

Mrs. Samuel I. Lorah
Denver

    For many years the First Vice-President of the Pioneer Ladies' Aid Society. For fifteen years active member of the Grand Army of the Republic. An earnest philanthropic worker. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Katheryn Lyllus Lund
Denver

    Born in Colorado, and has been actively engaged in newspaper work since leaving the State University. Formerly Society Editor of the "Denver Republican," and Assistant Society Editor of the "Denver Post." At the present time is Society Editor of the "Rocky Mountain News." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

 

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