Gertrude B. (Gertie) Ferguson

(1871–1964) Gertrude "Gertie" was very active in her native Glens Falls community as Librarian, and later Director, at Crandall Free Library. She was a member of Study Club, Social Worker’s Club, and Glens Falls Garden Club.

In 1914 Gertie was present at the official reformation of the Political Equality Club of Glens Falls, and was elected corresponding and recording Secretary. Gertie also represented the club at the 46th annual convention of the New York State Woman Suffrage Association in Rochester in 1914. Bio by Tisha Dolton.

Glens Falls Cemetery

Plot 11, Lot 10

38 Ogden Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801

Warren County

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