Annetta E. Barber, MD

(1859–1945) Though born along Lake Champlain, Dr. Annetta Barber spent much of her medical career in Glens Falls, NY where she was active in local, state, and national medical associations, women’s clubs, and civic organizations. She was active in the Glens Falls Political Equality Club from 1902-1917, and was elected treasurer of the club in 1903. She also served on the Meetings and Programs committee in 1914, and on the Membership committee in 1915.

Dr. Annetta presented a number of papers to the club based on some of her medical research including one titled “What the World Owes to the Scientific Discovery of Medicine and Surgery”. She was a charter member of the local Zonta branch, as well as both the Tri-County & Glens Falls Associations for the Blind. Dr. Annetta retired to and is buried in her hometown of Chazy, NY. Bio by Tisha Dolton.

Riverview Cemetery

US Route 9, Chazy, NY 12921

Clinton County

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