Clubs: Colony (New York).
Chairman for N.H. of Woman’s Department of National Civic Federation, 1916-1919. Chairman N.H. Woman’s Liberty Loan Committee. National president Women’s Land Army of America, 1917-1919.
Member Woman’s Committee Council National Defense, 1917-1919. Established 1st nursery school in northern New England, 1925. Trustee N.H. School for Feeble-Minded, 1919-1924.
1st chairman N.H. Republican Women’s Committee, 1919. Delegate-at-large Republican National Convention, 1924. 1st woman president N.H. Electoral College, 1924.
F.I.D.A.C. nat. chairman American Legion Auxiliary, 1927. Honorary president for N.H. of America Association University Women, 1930. President N.H. Society of Colonial Dames of America, 1932-1935.
N.H. chairman Women’s Committee, Washington National Cathedral, 1930-1937. N.H. chairman Women’s Participation, New York World’s Fair, 1939. Nat. vice president Society Colonial Dames of America, 1939-1941.
Regional chairman United Service Organisation for National Defense, 1941. Episcopalian; member 3d Order of St. Anne. Donor Commons of Brantwood Camp for Boys, 1905.
All Saints Church and Parish House and Rectory, Peterborough, 1917-1925.
Born December 24, 1868