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Has held several offices in State Federation Woman's Clubs in Tenn.; was pres. of Woman's Club, Harriman, Tenn., for 5 years; started first civic soc. in Harriman. Favors woman suffrage.

DAME, Katharine, 24 N. Allen St., Albany, N.Y.

Librarian; b. Lynn, Mass., Mar. 8, 1874; dau. Owen and Eliza Katharine (Mitchell) Dame; ed. Boston Univ., A.B. '94; Garrett scholar in history, Bryn Mawr Coll., 1894-95; Pratt Inst. Library School, 1899-1900; mem. Gamma Phi Beta. Cataloguer Cornell Univ. Library, 1900-03; ass't librarian Cornell Univ. Library, 1903-10; instructor N.Y. State Library School, 1910-13, and cataloguer N.Y. State Library, 1911-13. Interested in work with the blind. Favors woman suffrage; mem. Equal Suffrage League of Albany. Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Library Ass'n, Association of Collegiate Alumna?; associate mem. of Nat. Child Labor Com.; associate mem. of Albany Ass'n of the Blind, N.Y. State Federation of Workers for the Blind; Graduates' Ass'n of Pratt Inst. Library School; life mem. Nantucket Maria Mitchell Ass'n, Woman's Club of Albany. Recreations: Mountain climbing and swimming.

DAMERON, Frances Sublette (Mrs. Edward Caswell Dameron), "Falcion," Clarksville, Mo.

Born St. Joseph, Mo., April 15, 1870; dau. Milton and Katherine (O'Neil) Tootle; ed. privately; m. Edward Caswell Dameron; children: Catherine, Frances. Episcopalian.

DAMMANN, Isabel Adair Lynde (Mrs. J. Francis Dammann Jr.), Winnetka, Ill.

Born Chicago, Oct. 9, 1882; dau. Samuel Adams and Nannie (Pleasants) Lynde; ed. Univ. School for Girls, Chicago; Bryn Mawr Coll., A.B.; m. Chicago, 1909, J. Francis Dammann Jr. Interested in Relief and Aid Soc. of Winnetka, Ill.; Practical Housekeeping Centre, Chicago. Clubs: Friday, Chicago; Winnetka Woman's. Favors woman suffrage.

DAMON, Lalia May, 19 Arlington St., Northampton, Mass.

Librarian; b. Williamsburg, Mass.; dau. Edgar Thomas and Lalia Jane (Barnes) Damon; ed. New Haven grammar schools; Northampton high school. First assistant Forbes Library, and in special charge of art and music dep'ts. Mem. D.A.R., Am. Library Ass'n. Clubs: Mass. Library, Western Mass. Library. Methodist. Favors woman suffrage.

DANA, Florence Hinkley (Mrs. Philip Dana), 723 Maine St., Westbrook, Me.

Born Maine; grad. Smith Coll., B.A. '01; m. Nov. 21, 1905, Philip Dana; one son: Philip Jr., b. Aug. 25, 1909. Teacher mathematics, Miss White's School for Girls, Portland, Me., 1904-07; St. Gabriel's School, Peekskill, N.Y., 1907-08. Mem. Smith Coll. Alumnae Ass'n.

DANA, Judith Bledsoe (Mrs. Leslie Dana), Greyden, Brentmoor Park, St. Louis, Mo.

Born Kirkwood, Mo., 1880; dau. B. Gratz and Mary (Sunn) Brown; ed. Kirkwood, Mo.; St. Louis School of Fine Arts; m. Kirkwood, Mo., Nov. 6, 1901, Leslie Dana; children: Judith Virginia, George Davis, Mary Leslie. Favors woman suffrage. Episcopalian. Recreations: Gardening, motoring.

DANCY, Florence Nightingale (Mrs. Robert R. Dancy), 1308 Jackson St., Houston, Tex.

Born Georgetown, P.E.I.; dau. Rev. Robert T. Roche, D.D., and Sara Barden (Palmer) Roche; ed. Bedlock School, Philadelphia, Pa.; St. Ann's Acad., Md.; m. Savannah, Ga., 1880, Robert R. Dancy; children: Robert R., Hibbert H., Marie Millicent. Favors woman suffrage. Episcopalian. Mem. Texas Woman's Press Ass'n. Chairman State Press Com., Texas Fed. of Women's Clubs; mem. Press Com. of Gen. Fed. of Women's Clubs, Texas representative in the General Federation Magazine.

DANDRIDGE, Danske (Mrs. Adam Stephen Dandridge), Shepherdstown, W.Va.

Writer; b. Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov. 19, 1858; dau. Hon. Henry Bedinger (who at the time of her birth was U.S. Minister to Denmark) and Caroline (Lawrence) Bedinger; orphaned in early childhood; reared by her grandfather, John W. Lawrence of Flushing, L.I.; received boarding school education; m. Adam Stephen Dandridge. Author: Jo and Other Poems, 1900; American Prisoners of the Revolution, 1911; My Garden from Day to Day (serially published), and several historical monographs.

DANDURAND , Josephine Marchand (Mrs. Raoul Dandurand), 548 Sherbrooke St., W., Montreal, Can.

Born St. Johns, Quebec, Dec. 5, 1861; dau. F. G. Marchand (who died in 1900, while Prime Minister of Province of Quebec) and Herzelie (Turgeon) Marchand; ed. St. John's Convent of the Congregation; m. Senator Raoul Dandurand (a barrister, K.C., LL.D., Senator, Exec. Speaker of the Senate of Canada); one daughter: Gabrielle (ed. Villa Maria Convent, Montreal; married to Dr. Gaspe Beaubien, civil engineer, Montreal and has a son: Jacques). Vice-pres. Internat. Council of Women; founded society for the free distribution of books to rural teachers. Favors woman suffrage. Has been for many years a regular contributor to the press on social questions. Has published a book, Nos Travers, and a number of short comedies. Catholic. Appointed by the French Government Officier de l'Instruction Publique.

DANIEL, Alice Maud Mary (Mrs. George W. Daniel), Bon Bungalow, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Can.

Artist; b. Burmah, E. India; dau. Capt. James and Sarah (Bancroft) Baker, granddaughter of the late Rev. S. Bancroft, B.D., mother (still living) of the old Bancroft family, and is a relative of George Bancroft, the Am. historian; ed. St. Mary's Convent, Clare, Nova Scotia; m. Yarmouth, N.S., Feb. 2, 1882, George W. Daniel, manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia; children: Harry Maynard Daniel, Roy Lancaster Daniel. Has had several recognitions in the U.S. and Canada for miniatures and sketches in water colors and a certificate from the High Holborn Inst., London, Eng., 1886, for landscapes of New Brunswick, Canada. Won prize for the design and plan of a concrete bungalow (built in St. Stephen, N.B.) given by the Concrete Building Ass'n of South Bend., Ind., 1911. Has designed for several magazines, also book-plates, illustrations. Mem. Church of England. Mem. High Holborn Art Institute, London, Eng.

DANIEL, Delphine Lyon Minton (Mrs. Richard B. Daniel), Pengause, Daylesford, Chester Co., Pa.

Born Radnor, Pa., Aug. 4, 1887; dau. Minton and Eleanor (Winckley) Pyne; ed. Miss Hill's School, Philadelphia; Pension Moul de Fos, Paris, France; m. Paoli, Pa., June 1, 1909, Richard Bennetts Daniel. Mem. Church of England.

DANIEL, Fannie V. (Mrs. William R. Daniel), 737 Pickwick Av., Springfield, Mo.

Born New Madrid, Mo., June 26, 1867; dau. John and Lasinia Freeman Edmonson; ed. New Madrid (Mo.) public schools; m. New Madrid, Mo., Dec. 22, 1886, William R. Daniel; two children (died in infancy). Elocutionist. Active worker on philanthropic lines and in religious societies; ex.-pres. 24th Dist. Mo. W.C.T.U.; dist. sup't of suffrage dep't in W.C.T.U. Presbyterian. Prohibitionist. Pres. Pickwick W.C.T.U.; ex-pres. Fed. of W.C.T.U.; pres. Progressive Workers and Pickwick Social Club.

DANIELL, Mary Barnard (Mrs. Frederick Hayward Daniell), 60 View St., Franklin, N.H.

Born Franklin, N.H., Aug. 30, 1862; dau. Daniel Barnard (attorney general of N.H.) and Amelia (Morse) Barnard; grad. Smith Coll., '81; m. Franklin, N.H., June 20, 1889, Frederick Hayward Daniell (died July 28, 1910); children: William Barnard, b. April 1, 1890; Marguerite, b. April 27, 1892. Mem.. Unitarian Church. Mem. Abigail Webster Chapter D.A.R. Against woman suffrage.

DANIELLS, Helen West Kitchel (Mrs. Ralph Peabody Daniells), 857 Virginia St., Toledo, Ohio.

Graduate Smith Coll., B.A. '01; m. June 10, 1905, Ralph Peabody Daniells. Teacher of his-