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We aren’t sure of the exact date of this article, but believe it is from sometime in the early 1930s. The newspaper had asked readers to send in their suggestions for a list of important women in Evanston’s history.

Local woman Estelle Frances Ward, herself a woman-of-note, submitted a list of eight women she thought fit the bill.

They were: Miss Mulford, Mrs. John A. Pearson, Mrs. Henry Noyes, Mrs. Bishop Hamline, Mrs. May Haskell, Mrs. Jane Hoge, Elizabeth E. Marcy, and Mrs. Robert M. Hatfield.

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