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Chapter History


Page eight                 The Albuquerque Morning Journal             Tuesday, February 21, 1905



A local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be organized in this city on the afternoon of Washington's birthday, February 22nd, at the home of Mrs. J.H. Wroth, corner of Fifth street and Copper avenue.  All ladies receiving notice of their acceptance into the national society are urgently requested to be present at 3 o'clock, for the chapter name is to be decided upon and officers will be elected for the ensuing year.

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Friday, February 24, 1905              The Albuquerque Morning Journal              Page Seven

Announcing their intention to organize a charter, fourteen women gathered to declare their officers-elect and choose a name for their chapter.  The officers named on that first day in 1905 were:

Regent – Mrs. M.J. Borden

Vice Regent – Mrs. J.H. Wroth

Chaplain – Mrs. Stevens

Recording Secretary – Miss Brown

Corresponding Secretary – Mrs. B.S. Rodey

Treasurer – Mrs. Ray

Registrar – Mrs. Felix Lester

Historian – Mrs. Winston


1905 Albuquerque; 2nd &  Silver

Palace of the Governors Photo Archives

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