Charlotte A. Bell

(1875–1941) Charlotte was named as a delegate to the North Eastern Federation of Women's Clubs in 1904. At the first annual convention of the Empire State Federation of Women's Clubs in July 1909, she was elected vice president. Charlotte continued as both a member and officer of the organization for several years. She was chairman of the executive board in 1913, when the federation officially endorsed women's suffrage, asking all clubs to take an active role in the suffrage campaign that was occurring in New York State.

Evergreens Cemetery

1629 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207

Kings County

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