Marguerite Newburgh Cole
|Louise Van Den Berg
|Lyle William Cole
|Joanne Marguerite Cole
Nellie May Wade
Ruth Adeline Schilling
Leona Marie Morris
Eugene Herbert Newburgh
|St. Paul High School, St. Paul, Minnesota
Office Manager, Movie Theater
Manager, Apartment Complex
Cashier, Central Market
Staff Assistant for her father who was a Councilman in St. Paul, Minnesota
Volunteer for Spastic Children's League, Los Angeles, California
Volunteer for East Whittier YMCA, Whittier, CA
|Interests and Hobbies
Family and friends
|Marguerite Ann Newburgh made suffrage and political history. Under the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution (woman suffrage), she was the first woman to vote in the United States after the passage of the 19th Amendment.
"I wasn't in the suffragette category, and politics never was my cup of tea."
She made suffrage and political history anyway, becoming the first woman to vote in the United States after the ratification of the 19th Amendment!
Marguerite was a very loving, family woman. A guiding light to her daughter, husband, and four grandchildren. A woman with class, charisma, sharp wit, and intelligence