Representative Women of Colorado.
A Pictoral Collection of the Women of
Colorado Who Have Attained Prominence in the Social, Political,
Professional, Pioneer and Club Life of the State,
by James Alexander Semple,
published by The Alexander Art Pub. Co., Denver, Colorado, in 1911.
MRS. LUNA WHITE CHANDLER
Actively interested in music and church, and di-
rector of chorus. Member of Philharmonic Club,
also a member of Tourist Club and a prominent
missionary worker. A musician and voice teacher
MRS. OWEN LLEWELLYN DAVIS
A resident of Colorado for over thirty years.
Before moving to this city, where she is well
known socially, Mrs. Davis lived in Denver.
MRS. LEONOR B. GARCIA
Accomplished daughter of Senator Casimiro Barela;
she married Eugenio Garcia, son of a member
of Colorado's Constitutional Convention. She
sang herself into all hearts and leaves the living
monument of a life of charity.
MISS SUSIE GILCHREEST
Principal of the Santa Fe School, and teacher for
twenty-eight years. This capable woman is a
pioneer of Trinidad, is a Past President of the
Hypatia Club, and is well known educationally.
MRS. MARGARET HENDRICKSON
A resident of Colorado for many years. Mrs.
Hendrickson is the President of the Hypatia
Club and the wife of A. C. Hendrickson.
MRS. CHARLOTTE MESTREZAT JOHN
A resident of Trinidad since 1879, coming from
Pennsylvania. She has been prominently and actively
identified in the work of the Presbyterian
Church and its auxiliaries.
MRS. JOHN A. LAUGHLIN
A pleasing and accomplished vocal and piano
teacher, who has resided in Trinidad for ten
MRS. A. C. McCHESNEY
(Nee Frances Provines Field)
Resident since 1883. Alumna, Missouri State
University. Member, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Her
chief interest has always centered about her
home and church. Assisted in founding Pierian
Club. Auditor, 1899, of C. F. W. C. Member
of D. A. R.
MRS. P. C. MILLER
A Colorado resident for thirty years. She is
Treasurer of the local Tourist Club and the
Grand Ruth of Colorado Eastern Star.
MRS. JESSE G. NORTHCUTT
Pre-eminently a club and church worker. President
of the Tourist Club; delegate to the annual
convention of the Colorado Federation of Women's
Clubs, also Second Vice-President and Past
President of her district.
MRS. FREDERICK J. RADFORD
For thirty-nine years Mrs. Radford has been a
respected resident of Colorado. She is of high
social prominence in her home city.
MRS. F. R. WOOD
Prominent socially, also in church and club work.