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Annie Goodell Whitmore

Annie Goodell Whitmore, American community leader. member State Bureau Animal and Child Protection; member board State Industrial School of Girls. President Colorado State Federation Women’s; member Colorado Chapter D.A.R., Colorado Society Colonial Dames, Society Mayflower Descendants.; Club: Woman’s, of Denver (president 5 years).

Background

  • Whitmore, Annie Goodell was born on July 25, 1855 in Joliet, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Roswell Eaton and Mary Jane (Matteson) Goodell.

  • Education

    • Graduate Convent of the Visitation, Washington, District of Columbia, 1876.

    Career

    • Director Women’s Bureau Republican National Committee, campaign of 1912. Vice-chairman Republican Central Committee, Denver.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member State Bureau Animal and Child Protection. Member board State Industrial School of Girls. President Colorado State Federation Women’s.

    Member Colorado Chapter D.A.R., Colorado Society Colonial Dames, Society Mayflower Descendants. Club: Woman’s, of Denver (president 5 years).

    Connections

    • Married James Day Whitmore, of New York and Denver, June 12, 1878. Children: James Day, Grace Van Wagenen.
    • father: Roswell Eaton Goodell
    • mother: Mary Jane (Matteson) Goodell
    • spouse: James Day Whitmore
    • children: James Day Whitmore
    • Grace Van Wagenen Whitmore
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