Miss Celia A. Salisbury
Denver

    Well-known educator, graduate Wisconsin Normal School. Teacher in Arapahoe and East Denver High School, since 1882, except for a year and a half spent abroad and one term as Secretary in Superintendent Gove's office. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Dr. Maude McIlvain Sanders
Denver

    Gifted social and reform speaker, and active in these movements. Four years National Franchise Superintendent, W. C. T. U.; delegate to first convention National Progressive Party, Chicago; charter member, Woman's Public Service League and City Federation; member, Equal Suffrage Association. Woman's Club, Woman's Press Club, Mothers' Congress. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Harriet Scott Saxton
Denver

    Came to Denver in 1885. A prominent teacher of dramatic art. A charter member of the Woman's Club, and a member of the Why Club, Woman's Press Club, Clio Club, and Colorado Equal Suffrage Association. Mrs. Saxton was also interested in the affairs of the Juvenile Court. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Minnie Reynolds Scalabrino
Denver

    Pioneer suffragist taking active part in Colorado, Washington, and New Jersey campaigns. Secretary and State Organizer of Women's Political Union of New Jersey. Founded Denver Woman's Press Club. Founded Denver Woman's Press Club. Newspaper and magazine writer, and author of "How Man Conquered Nature" and "The Chalk in the Bartomn Schools." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Lucy E. R. Scott
Denver

    A former teacher who was Deputy State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1895-96; charter member, Woman's and Fortnightly Clubs; active member, D. A. R.; Secretary, Board of Old Ladies' Home, 1896-97; President, Denver Orphans' Home, 1885. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Jacob Scherrer
Denver

    Pioneer of 1861. Wife of one of the famous "59ers," she has made hosts of friends during the many years she has made Colorado her home. Her ten children were born in Denver. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Augustine V. Schinner
Denver

    Has resided in Denver since 1862. Honorary member of the Pioneer Ladies' Aid Society. The Schinner Confectionery Store was the first shop of that nature in Denver. Interested in philanthropy. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. James Heiner Semple
Denver

     Came to Colorado in 1881. Her father was a distinguished attorney and one of the largest individual land owners of Louisiana, and represented that state at the Paris Exposition. A Daughter of the Confederacy, being a kinswoman of the late President Jefferson Davis. A descendant of the House of Stuart, and closely related to Baroness von Stocki of Berlin. Alumna of Wolfe Hall. "My Dear mother"-J.A. Semple.

Miss Victoria Eugenia Semple
Denver

     A daughter of the Confederacy, related to ex-President James Buchanan. Miss Semple is a descendant of Colonial and Revolutionary ancestry; an extensive traveler; a member, since its reorganization, of St. Margaret's Guild. St. Mark's Episcopal Church; was educated in the schools of Denver; sister of the compiler of this volume.

Mrs. John F. Shafroth
Denver

     One of the most popular of Colorado's many brilliant and accomplished women. The wife of one of Colorado's most prominent citizens, who has represented the state as Governor and as United States Senator. A woman of distinctive charm and graciousness, who is sought after in both social and club life. A member of the Round Table, Mittwoch, and Monday Literary Clubs. An ideal mother and is justly proud of her fine sons.

Mrs. Bertha Jacques Shannon
Denver

    Pupil of Joseffy and Nicode. Made enviable record in music world. Vice-President and Secretary, Tuesday Musical Club; Treasurer, American Music and Art Society; Accompanist for Lehmann String Quartette, and Pianist of Brahma Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Ida Davidson Sharp
Denver

    Alumna of Taylor University, Indiana. Past President, W. S. Woman's Club, and prominent in patriotic, philanthropic, fraternal, and political work. Mrs. Sharp is a doctor of chiropractic. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Fred C. Shaw
Denver

    Noted for intellectuality and brilliancy of mind. Graduate of Vassar College and member of the Round Table Club. President of the Social Order of the Beauceant, Wives of Knights Templar. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Minnie A. Shinn
Denver

    Early advocate of suffrage, and collective ownership of means of production and distribution. First woman delegate to International Gold Mining Congress, 1897. Initiated petition for National Bureau of Child Protection, 1905. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. E. E. Shumway
Denver

    One of Denver's pioneers who is a former teacher in public and bible school, and a well-known church worker. Mrs. Shumway is a member of the Woman's Press Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Miss Hattie Louise Sims
Denver

     Received her musical education from Madame Viardot-Garcia in Paris, and the great Maestro Lamperti in Italy. She was soloist for the Worcester Music Festivals, the Handel and Hayden, Boston Symphony, and also for the Philharmonic, Oratorio, and other New York societies. In Denver, she was prominently known as conductor of the Tuesday Musical Club, and is the leading teacher of singing in this city.

Marie Anne Singletary, M. D.
Denver

    Author of Colorado's State Anthem. Alumna of Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; and from two schools of medicine in Colorado; formerly Instructor of Latin and Greek in East Denver High School. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Elizabeth Hope Skinner
Denver

    A Colorado educator since 1889. Member of the following organizations: National Education Association, Women of the University of Michigan, Woman's Pedagogical Club, Denver Teachers' Club. Principal of Alcott School since 1894. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Ida B. Skinner
Denver

    Second Reader of Second Church, Scientist, for three years, and a practitioner of fifteen years standing. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. J. H. Smissaert
Denver

    One of Denver's prominent musicians who, for seventeen years, studied under Mills, Sherwood, Jadassohn, and Reinecke in New York and Germany. Mrs. Smissaert attended tri-weekly classes of Franz Liszt during his last years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Eben Smith
Denver

     Came to Colorado in 1860. With her husband she crossed the plains nine times before the railroad was built. They resided many years in central City, Boulder and Leadville, where Mr. Smith engaged in mining. Eighteen years ago she came to Denver and engaged in charitable work: The Old Ladies' Home, Children's Hospital, Home for the Aged Poor, and private charities. Died December 26, 1909.

Mrs. Frank I. Smith
Denver

    Twenty-eight years a resident of Colorado. Engaged in church, philanthropic, and educational work with the Baptist Church, Colorado Woman's College, W. C. T. U., and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Hilda Josephine Smith
Denver

    Concert pianist, composer, lecturer on music. Teacher of piano, harmony and history of music. Educated at All Saints School, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Wolcott School, Denver; University of Chicago; Chicago Musical College. Professional name, Josephine Hildasmith. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Margaret M. Smith
Denver

    Principal of Emerson School for ten years. She was educated at Smith College, Massachusetts, and is the author of "Outlines of U. S. History." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Merrill Adele Smith
Denver

    Graduate Chalif Normal School of Dancing, New York. Teacher of Aesthetic, Interpretative, Classic, Folk, and Social Dancing. She has held classes at the Woman's Club four years and is considered most graceful and efficient. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miss Rose Lee Smith
 Denver

    Southern parentage; descendant of prominent families of historic Shenandoah Valley; college and normal graduate. Has traveled at home and abroad. Actively interested in political, literary and patriotic work. Member, Denver Woman's Club, D. A. R., U. D. C., C. M. C. Teacher, Denver Schools. Lover of nature and outdoor life. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Richard Sopris
Denver

    Native of New Jersey. Died in December 1911, aged 97. Came to Denver, 1860, with husband and eight children. With her daughters, Indiana and Irene, was leader in church and all helpful work. Charter member, First Congregational Church. Her husband was a prominent city and county official. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Jennie C. Spivak
Denver

    A highly educated woman, formerly teacher in Denver schools, and Professor of Russian at Denver University; member of Why, and Woman's Press Clubs; a writer on the Russian Jew and Russian authors. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Louie F. Spratlen
Denver

     A beautiful matron, of whom Colorado is proud. Posed as Queen Louise of Prussia after the famous portrait by Grassi that hangs in the Hohenzollern Museum of Berlin. She is called the most beautiful woman in Colorado. A woman of the rarest tact and grace of manner, as well as the possessor of wonderful loveliness. She suggests the famous Circassian beauties in her melting, dark eyes, her vivid coloring, and her hair of purple-black shadows.

Mrs. Arnold Stedman
Denver

    An old-time resident of Colorado, well-known for her activities in church, philanthropic, and club work. Mrs. Stedman was a prominent member of the Woman's Club, and of the Congregational Church. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Robert W. Steele
Denver

    Identified with educational, club, and philanthropic work; wife of our eminent Chief Justice Robert W. Steele; member, Board Woman's Press Club; thirty years resident of Denver. Ex-member, Board Children's Hospital. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. S. P. Stem
Denver

    Actively interested in church work, especially missions; a member of the North Side Woman's Club; a resident of Colorado for twenty-seven years, and a native of Ohio. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Eugene C. Stevens (Mrs. Hattie N.)
Denver

    Distinguished herself as a student in the Wesleyan Seminary, and Waterville Classical Institute. Seven years President of the Tourist Club of Trindad. Recording Secretary of Woman's Club of Denver. Past President of the Reviewers' Club. Member, D. A. R. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Annie Sears Stevenson
Denver

    Crossed plains in ox cart, 1863. Lived in Denver, where she became widely known and esteemed. Reared a large family of girls, who became prominent in Denver social life, and is known to every pioneer as a devoted mother, a generous neighbor, a witty and entertaining woman. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. L. C. Stockton
Denver

    Distinguished elocutionist and teacher of expression. Member of the Woman's Club and Past President of the North Side Woman's Club and State Association of Elocutionists. Author of many clever monologues. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Ellen Terry Strong
Denver

     By her faith, loyalty and self-denial, she assisted her father to success in the famous "Sunnyside" Mines. Business men have recognized her as an equal and she is often spoken of as a "born financier." While she makes Denver her home, her heart is in the mountains.

Ella Miriam Sullivan
Denver

    One of Denver's foremost newspaper women who has been, for two years, the Society Editor of the "Denver Post." Mrs. Sullivan was with the "Republican" for three years, and is a member of the Woman's Press Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Ella Peck Sweet
Denver

    Christian Scientist and Philanthropist. Organized churches at Canon City and Colorado Springs. Instructed by Mrs. Eddy, later resided in her home several months. Is teacher in Christian Science. Came to Colorado in the 1880's. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Martha A. Taft
Denver

    A benefactor to the helpless. Chairman Comfort and Relief Committee of Soldiers' Aid Society, 1898-99; Chairman, Jails Committee, Woman's Club, 1902-03, in which sphere she organized City Hall Shelter for Stranded Women; also the first free employment bureau; President Board on Control, State Industrial School for Girls, 1904-05. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. S. Maria Talbot
Denver

    Graciousness of soul, rare spirituality, brilliant intellect, and tender-hearted womanliness distinguish this author, educator, linguist, and newspaper woman under Wilbur F. Story. Creator of "Little Boy Philosophy;" she also wrote essays, fiction, and verse for periodicals, such as "Lippincott's," "The Reader," "Mind," and the "Arena." [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Henry M. Teller
Denver

     Mrs. Teller went as a bride to Central City in 1862. In 1876 she accompanied her husband, ex-Senator Teller, to Washington where she spent most of the time until his retirement. Active in several charities, she was especially interested in the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church.

Mrs. Joseph Addison Thatcher
Denver

     Mrs. Thatcher came from St. Louis to Central City, Colorado, in 1865, and was married the same year to Joseph A. Thatcher, now one of Denver's most prominent bankers. She was a charter member of Woman's Club, and St. Luke's Hospital Board. on Board of Young Woman's Christian Association, and West Central Territorial Committee.

Mrs. Eliza Wolcott Thompson
Denver

    A Daughter of the American Revolution; formerly Vice-President of Searchlight Club and Secretary of Colorado Equal Suffrage Association. Mrs. Thompson has gained prominence as a worker in Republican political clubs. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Emma Teller Tyler
Denver

    A native of Colorado. Mrs. Tyler is a graduate of Wellesley and belongs to the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Wellesley Club, Mothers' Congress, Territorial Daughters, and is active in several charity organizations. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Louise M. Tyler
Denver

    Was prominent in the campaign for suffrage; a charter member of the Woman's Club, and of the North Side Woman's Club; organized the Equal Suffrage Association, and is identified with the betterment of the community. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Gertrude Vaile
Denver

    Alumna of Vassar College, and Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy. With United Charities, Chicago, 1909-1912. Supervisor of Relief, Denver Public Charities, 1913. Member Vassar Club, Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Colonial Dames. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. J.F. Vaile
Denver

     As Miss Anna Louise Wolcott she has been, for many years, one of the prominent educators of the state. Founded, and has since conducted, the Miss Wolcott School for Girls in Denver. A Regent of the State University since 1910; she is also one of the Board of Managers of the American School of Archaeology, at Santa Fe, New Mexico. In January, 1913, she married Mr. Joel F. Vaile.

Mrs. Ida Pike Vaughan
Denver

    A most gifted, tactful woman. Member of the Women's Public Service League, Equal Suffrage Association. Woman's Club, Mothers' Congress. W. C. T. U., and other educational and philanthropic organizations. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
M. Ella Vincent (Mrs. B. T.)
Denver

    Wife of pioneer Methodist minister. Organized first Woman's Foreign Missionary Society in Colorado; Alumna Illinois Woman's College; charter member, Woman's Club; member, Fortnightly Club, first National Board, Y. W. C. A.; President, Chautauqua, New York, Woman's Club, eighteen years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Carrie Leimer Vote
Denver

    A clever feature writer for the Denver papers; contributor to "Trail" and other western magazines. Native born, member of Territorial Daughters, and Denver Woman's Press Club. Mrs. Vote is a contralto singer. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Sarah K. H. Walling (Mrs. Stuart Douglas)
Denver

    A worker of unusual personality. A social leader and identified in philanthropic, church, and civic work of state. A founder of Free Kindergartens, of City Improvement Society, Woman's Club, and Democratic organization Identified with Denver Orphans' Home and Ladies' Relief Society. Member, State Board of Charities and Corrections. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. R. J. Walter
Denver

    Pioneer of Colorado arriving in Denver August 15, 1866. Charter member of the Territorial Daughters. Past President of St. Clara's Aid Society, Pioneer Aid Society, and Silver State Bowling Club. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Jennie F. Ware
Denver

    First white woman to cross Argentine Pass in one day. Came to Colorado from New York in 1868, and is one of those progressive pioneers who helped to make the development of Colorado possible. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Ida Miller Warren
Denver

    Active in Denver club life for years. Charter member of Denver Woman's Press, Round Table, and Woman's Clubs, and Territorial Daughters, holding offices of importance in all of these, including Presidency of Territorial Daughters. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Frances Belford Wayne
Denver

     A native of Colorado, who has been a special newspaper writer for eight years. Her girlhood was spent in Washington, while her father was Congressman. For a year she was Dramatic Critic for the "Chicago Examiner" and is at present a writer for the "Kansas City Post" and "Denver Post." She is a member of the Woman's Press Club.

Mrs. Jean F. Webb
Denver

    One of the country's best known Bible school workers; Superintendent of Teachers' Training Work of the Colorado Sunday School Association for eight years, and President of the Denver Orphans' Home for five years. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Miriam A. Weil
Denver

    Treasurer, Children's Hospital. First Vice-President, Council Jewish Women; member, Board of Directors Visiting Nurses Association, member of first Board National Jewish Hospital, and member, Advisory Board Jewish Social Service Federation. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Gilbert Russell Weir
Denver

    President, Fourth Avenue Club, 1911-13; Secretary, Historic Art Club, 1913-14; Treasurer, Membership Committee, Woman's Club, 1913-14. An accomplished musician and reader. An immaculate housekeeper, never neglecting her home. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Frank Weisenhorn
Denver

    "A friend to all humanity" is the title given this philanthropist by her associates who have worked with her on the Boulder Board of Charities and Corrections, and the Woman's Relief Corps. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Charles C. Welch, Sr.
Denver

    Of Colonial ancestry; charter member and historian, Society of Mayflower Descendants of Colorado; member, Society of Mayflower Descendants of Connecticut; Society of Founders of Norwich, Connecticut; Society of Colonial Dames; Monday Literary Club; charter member, Colorado Chapter, D. A. R., and Golden Fortnightly Club; Registrar, Society of Wars of 1812. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Julia Von Der Lieth Welles
Denver

     Widely known for benevolence. A member of First Charter Convention City and County Denver. A charter member of the Woman's Club, and her plans, for raising the money on bonds to build the Woman's club House, were accepted. Organized the Young Ladies' Clio Club. Valued member of Denver Woman's Press Club and President of Colorado Traveling Library Commission at time of death.

Hattie E. Westover
Denver

    Philanthropist and suffragist who has always been interested in progressive movements. She has been County Chairman of Platform Democrats and won well-deserved praise as Deputy Recorder of City and County of Denver. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. Frank B. Whipple
(Nee Rebecca Archer)
Denver

     A prominent member of the social life of this city. Daughter of James Archer, President of the Denver Gas Company and the Denver Water Company until his death, in 1882. Mrs. Whipple is on the Board of Directors of the Young Women's Christian Association and the St. Luke's Hospital and is the President of the Denver Dumb Friends' League.

Miss Mary White
Denver

    A teacher in Denver schools twenty-eight years; donor of the "Shakespeare" reading prize for girls of West Denver High School. She was prominent in educational work from 1883 until her death in 1911. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Mrs. James Day Whitmore
(Annie Goodell)
Denver

     President of the Woman's Club, 1899-1904, and the Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs, 1906-08. Seven years Chairman of the Philanthropic Committee of the Woman's Club. Vice-Chairman, in 1912, of the Republican State Central Committee, and Director of the Woman's Bureau of the Republican National Committee for Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah, in 1912. Member of the D.A.R., Colonial Dames, and Mayflower Descendants.

Anna G. Williams
Denver

    Assistant Secretary, State Board of Charities and Corrections and Board of Pardons, 1905-09. At present, Secretary, Department of Relief United Charities; Worthy Matron, Radiant Chapter No. 12, O. E. S.; member, Grand chapter Committee, O. E. S. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Ella S. Williams
(Mrs. James Williams)
Denver

     Resident of Colorado since 1884 and a leading factor in establishing its most important lines of philanthropic work. Has been President of the Old Ladies' Home, Children's Hospital, and of the State Board of Charities and Corrections. Founder and life President of the Jacob Downing Home for the Aged. Through her efforts the State home for Mental Defectives was established. Member Colorado Chapter, D.A.R., and Mayflower Society.

Mrs. Harry M. Williamson
Denver

     Belongs to one of the older Denver families. Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.B. Cory, sister to Mrs. E.P. Costigan and Mrs. J.B. Stott. Mrs. Williamson is prominent socially and in church circles. An enthusiastic member of the Mothers' Congress, to which she rightfully belongs, because her chief interest and pleasure is in her home and in her family of beautiful children.

Mrs. Katherine Williamson
Denver

    First woman State Factory Inspector, afterwards Pure Food Inspector. Only woman to receive assembly nomination for congress. Chairman, Legislative Committee Colorado Federation Women's Clubs. Active in passage of Women's Eight-Hour and Minimum Wage Laws. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Ada C. Wilson
Denver

    Teacher of modern languages in East Denver High School for thirty years. Progressive in her ideas and a great student of educational methods. Mrs. Wilson came to Denver from New York. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Flora Sargent Wilson
Denver

    Educator of note who was Principal of Wolfe Hall School for Girls for several successful years. Has done work of great merit in Woman's Club and Woman's Relief Corps of G. A. R. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

Helen Marsh Wixson
Denver

     Best known through her excellent achievement as State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and in the Woman's Club of which she was a charter member. Mrs. Wixson has been actively engaged in philanthropic, educational, and literary work for many years, and is widely and favorably known as a newspaper and magazine writer. She was for five years the President of the Denver Woman's Press Club.

Mrs. Harriet G. R. Wright
Denver

    For thirty-four years active in the public life of the state. Elected member of Twelfth General Assembly where she made a fine record. President, Colorado Equal Suffrage Association, for eight years. Prominent in work, club, and philanthropic work. Assistant, office Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1913-14. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Edward J. Yetter
Denver

    A delightful woman, whose charm is known in Denver's club and social life. Mrs. Yetter has been associated with many philanthropic movements of the city, and is a member of many clubs, including the Denver Woman's Press Club. She is the wife of a prominent business man, who was for some time President of the Denver Chamber of Commerce. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]
Mrs. Joy E. R. Zint
Denver

    A woman whose spirituality of thought flowers into altruistic living. Past Reader of First Church of Christ, Scientist, and valued as a Press Club member. Her life is a ministry to the sick and sorrowing. [Source: Representative Women of Colorado, by James Alexander Sample (1914); transcribed by Vicki Bryan]

 

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