Cornelia Cole Fairbanks

Cornelia Cole Fairbanks was considered a powerful, progressive operative behind the political scenes, and she helped pave the way for women leaders in the

United States. She was considered the equivalent of the female president of the United States due to her leadership role with the Daughters of the American Revolution, and helped organize the second Women's Club in the United States in Indianapolis through her service on the national board of the General Federation of Women's Clubs. 

 

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Our chapter was organized in 1907

 

Our chapter meets on Saturdays 

September thru June

except January

 

 

We are an Indianapolis chapter

There are  opportunities for our members  to participate in numerous

committees/projects 

 
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 Dedicated by the Cornelia Cole Fairbanks    Chapter, NSDAR, 1916.

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