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Suffragists of the Hall

The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is celebrating its 35th Anniversary in 2020!

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The Suffragists listed below are all Inductees in the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame. After you have downloaded the form, find out more about each Inductee by clicking on their photos. 

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Suffragists of the Hall

Julia Archibald-Holmes

Julia Archibald Holmes

Dr. Alida Cornelia Avery

Dr. Alida Cornelia Avery

Dr. Alida Avery was elected the first president of the newly founded Colorado Woman Suffrage Association in 1876 and worked diligently for Colorado women’s enfranchisement.

Caroline M. Churchill

Caroline Nichols Churchill

Caroline Nichols Churchill starts publishing a magazine in 1879, later a weekly feminist newspaper named the Queen Bee, through which she advocates for women’s rights.

Elizabeth "Baby Doe" Tabor

Baby Doe Tabor

Dr. Alida Cornelia Avery

Ellis Meredith

Elizabeth Piper Ensley

Elizabeth Ensley

Elizabeth Ensley serves as treasurer of the Colorado Non-Partisan Suffrage Association; one of the few black women nationwide who worked within an integrated organization for women’s suffrage.

Louie Croft Boyd

Louie Croft Boyd

Dr. Alida Cornelia Avery

Sarah Platt-Decker

Eliza Routt

Eliza Routt

Portrait Exhibit - Molly Brown Arapahoe County Courthouse Exhibit

Margaret "Molly" Brown

Caroline Spencer, MD

Dr. Caroline Spencer

Hazel Schmoll

Hazel Schmoll

Helen Ring Robinson

Helen Ring Robinson

Caroline Spencer, MD

Elizabeth "Betty" Pellett

Hazel Schmoll

Elizabeth Hickock Robbins Stone