Katharine Parker Howard Notman

(1859–1946) Katharine was appointed 11th campaign district chairman in 1913, working under the direction of Carrie Chapman Catt. The counties in her district included Rensselaer, Saratoga, Washington, Warren, and Essex. At a Saratoga County Woman Suffrage Party convention in May 1917, held in Saratoga Spring, Mrs. Notman spoke at the luncheon. She stated that every high-profile accomplishment by a woman helped the suffrage cause. She also stated "there are plenty of things men aren't doing for us to do; ordinary womanly things which are just as important to the nation as imitating what men are doing." *courtesy alexanderstreet.com

Green-Wood Cemetery

Section 93, Lot 6217

500 25th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232

Kings County

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