Margaret Riegel '17

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Margaret Riegel '17

Description

Household Economics student Margaret “Dutch” Riegel of New Cumberland, Pennsylvania was President of the short-lived Simmons Suffrage Club during her sophomore year and later became Chairman of the Social and Civics Club.

She graduated in 1917 and moved to Blain, Pennsylvania, where she was appointed supervisor of the Home-Making Department at the newly opened Blain Vocational School. Riegel remained involved in activism, joining a local Red Cross chapter and serving as Chairman in 1918.

Creator

Simmons University Archives

Date

1917

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Citation

Simmons University Archives, “Margaret Riegel '17,” Suffrage at Simmons, accessed May 21, 2022, https://beatleyweb.simmons.edu/suffrage/items/show/11.

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