Arabelle Parnell '17

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Arabelle Parnell '17

Description

Household Economics student Arabelle Parnell came to Simmons from Manchester, New Hampshire, and was Secretary-Treasurer of the college’s New Hampshire Club and a member of the Dormitory Council and the Senior-Faculty Committee. In the 1917 class will, she left “her ideas on suffrage” to fellow student Eleanor Perry.

Parnell went on to become a dietician, working first at the Pawtucket Memorial Hospital in Rhode Island and later at a government hospital in Perry Point, Maryland, where she was promoted to Chief Dietician in 1920.

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Simmons University Archives

Date

1917

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Citation

Simmons University Archives, “Arabelle Parnell '17,” Suffrage at Simmons, accessed September 25, 2022, https://beatleyweb.simmons.edu/suffrage/items/show/10.

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