NSDAR Insignia Keewaydin Chapter

Organized 3 January 1906
Minneapolis, Minnesota

"On a cold January evening in 1906, Harriet Guilford invited several
of her closest friends to her Minneapolis home to discuss forming a new social
group, modeled after one she had heard about in Washington, DC --
The Daughters of the American Revolution.
Several women at this organizational meeting had been
active in Minnesota for many decades."

Keewaydin Chapter Founders

Keewaydin Chapter Founders

Charter Members
Olive May Brooks, First Regent
Helen Elizabeth Blaisdell
Ella May Griswold Guilford
Harriet Adams Guilford
Helen Ivah Richmond Jerome
Sally (Sara) Louise Kendrick
Mary Elizabeth Dewey Bell Kingston
Ellen Brooks Krause
Ina MacClatchie
Una MacClatchie
Lucy Carpenter Pingry
Margaret Sarah Richmond

Early Keewaydin Chapter Members Picnicing

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