Alabama Women's Hall of Fame

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The Alabama Women's Hall of Fame honors the achievements of women associated with the U.S. state of Alabama. Established in 1970, the first women were inducted the following year. The museum is located in Bean Hall on the campus of Judson College in Marion, Alabama.[1] It became a state agency in 1975 by an act of the Alabama Legislature. The organization is governed by an eleven-member board. They are elected to three-year terms with a minimum of one board member from the fields of art, business, community service, education, law, medicine, politics, religion, and science. In addition to the board, the President of Judson College and Governor of Alabama both serve as voting members.[2]

Inductees[edit]

Name Image Birth–Death Year Area of achievement[3] Ref(s)
Hallie Farmer (1881–1960) 1971 Political scientist, educator, author, prison reformer [4]
Helen Adams Keller Helen Keller13.jpg (1880–1968) 1971 Deafblind author, political activist, lecturer, scholar [5]
Julia Strudwick Tutwiler JuliaTutwiler.jpg (1841–1916) 1971 Author, Alabama Normal College President, prison reformer, author of official state song, Alabama [6]
Agnes Ellen Harris (1883–1952) 1972 Educator, Dean of Women at Auburn University and University of Alabama [7]
Margaret Murray Washington Margaret James Murray.jpg (1856–1925) 1972 Founder of county and industrial schools, Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute Principal, wife of Booker T. Washington [8]
Edwina Donnelly Mitchell (1894–1968) 1973 Humanitarian, social services, prison reformer [9]
Lurleen Burns Wallace (1926–1968) 1973 First female Governor of Alabama [10]
Henrietta Gibbs (1879–1960) 1974 Social services, youth counselor, leader of American women's causes [11]
Loraine Bedsole Tunstall (1879–1953) 1974 Social services, creator of child welfare services, first woman to head a department in the state government of Alabama [12]
Dixie Bibb Graves SenatorDixieBibbGraves.jpg (1883–1965) 1975 Social and political services, first Alabama woman elected to the United States Senate [13]
Marie Bankhead Owen Marie Bankhead Owen.jpg (1869–1958) 1975 Author, historian, director of the Alabama Department of Archives and History [14]
Ruth Robertson Berrey (1906–1973) 1976 Physician, missionary [15]
Annie Lola Price (1903–1972) 1976 Attorney, first woman to serve on high court of Alabama, Chief of Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals [16]
Amelia Gayle Gorgas Amelia Gayle Gorgas.jpg (1826–1913) 1977 Librarian, nurse, teacher, university counselor [17]
Augusta Jane Evans Wilson Augusta Jane Evans Wilson.jpg (1835–1909) 1977 Author, Civil War nurse [18]
Annie Rowan Forney Daugette (1876–1974) 1978 Author, historian, designed the Seal of Alabama [19]
Patti Ruffner Jacobs Patti Ruffner Jacobs.jpg (1875–1939) 1978 Political scientist, promoter of women's suffrage [20]
Myrtle Brooke (1872–1948) 1979 Educator, social services, mental health pioneer [21]
Carrie A. Tuggle (1858–1924) 1979 Educator, social services, instigator of Juvenile and Domestic Courts, founder of orphanage for African Americans [22]
Kathleen Moore Mallory (1879–1954) 1980 Social services, magazine editor, Woman's Missionary Union executive [23]
Ruby Pickens Tartt (1880–1974) 1980 Author, folklorist, artist, librarian [24]
Tallulah Bankhead Tallulah Bankhead (1934).jpg (1903–1968) 1981 Actress [25]
Elizabeth Johnston (1851–1934) 1981 Founder of Alabama Boys' Industrial School, social service worker; also known as Mrs. R. D. Johnston [26]
Chrysostom Moynahan (1863–1941) 1982 Nun, first Registered Nurse licensed in Alabama, hospital administrator, founded St. Vincent's School of Nursing [27]
Loula Friend Dunn (1896–1977) 1982 Alabama's Commissioner of Public Welfare, first female executive director of the American Public Welfare Association [28]
Anne Mathilde Bilbro (1870–1958) 1983 Composer, music teacher, author [29]
Clara Weaver Parrish (1861–1925) 1983 Artist, author, designer for Tiffany Studios [30]
Mildred Westervelt Warner (1893–1974) 1984 President of Gulf States Paper Corporation, conservationist, philanthropist [31]
Katherine White-Spunner (1892–1978) 1984 Nurse, hospital administrator [32]
Blanche Evans Dean (1892–1974) 1985 Conservationist, naturalist, author [33]
Katherine Vickery (1898–1978) 1985 President of the Alabama Psychological Association; fellow of the Alabama Academy of Science and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science [34]
Chamintney Stovall Thomas (1899–1979) 1986 Musician, teacher, author [35]
Martha Strudwick Young (1862–1941) 1986 Folklorist, author, poet [36]
Elizabeth Caroline Crosby Elizabeth Caroline Crosby (1888-1983).jpg (1888–1983) 1987 Scientist, teacher, author [37]
Lella Warren (1899–1982) 1987 Author [38]
Katharine Cooper Cater (1914–1980) 1988 Dean of Women and Dean of Student Life at Auburn University [39]
Mary Elizabeth Phillips Thompson (1855–1927) 1988 First woman principal Lincoln Normal School [40]
Gwen Bristow (1903–1980) 1989 Author, journalist [41]
Geneva Mercer Geneva Mercer 1911 to 1914 in Cuba.jpg (1889–1984) 1989 Artist, sculptor [42]
Maud McLure Kelly Maud McClure Kelly.jpg (1887–1973) 1990 Suffragist, genealogist, historian, first woman to practice law in Alabama (admitted to the Bar in 1908), first woman to be admitted to the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court as a practicing lawyer in the South in 1914, inducted into the Alabama Lawyers Hall of Fame in 2014 [43]
Octavia Walton Le Vert Octavia Walton Le Vert.jpg (1811–1877) 1990 Socialite, Civil War nurse, author [44]
Frances Virginia Praytor (1899–1974) 1991 Teacher, co-owner of Birmingham's Smith and Hardwick Bookstore [45]
Anna Linton Praytor (1914–1989) 1991 Teacher, co-owner of Birmingham's Smith and Hardwick Bookstore [45]
Julia Tarrant Barron (1805–1890) 1991 Helped establish Judson College and Howard College, co-founder of The Alabama Baptist [46]
Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald Zelda Fitzgerald portrait.jpg (1900–1948) 1992 Author, ballerina, painter, wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald [47]
Frances Scott Fitzgerald Smith (1921–1986) 1992 Writer, political activist, arts patron, daughter of Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald [48]
Bessie Morse Bellingrath (1878–1943) 1992 Developer of Bellingrath Gardens [49]
Ida Elizabeth Brandon Mathis (1857–1925) 1993 Agricultural practices reformer [50]
Mary George Jordan Waite (1917–1990) 1993 First woman elected president of a state banking association, extensively involved with Alabama Girls State [51]
Doris Marie Bender (1911–1991) 1994 Social worker [52]
Lottice Howell (1897–1982) 1994 Singer [53]
Elizabeth Burford Bashinsky (1867–1968) 1995–96 Civic leader [54]
Maude McKnight Lindsay (1874–1941) 1995–96 Author, established the state's first free kindergarten in 1898 [55]
Hattie Hooker Wilkins (1875–1949) 1997 Promoter of woman's suffrage, first woman elected to the Alabama Legislature [56]
Marion Walker Spidle (1887–1983) 1997 Educator, university administrator, community leader [57]
Martha Foster Crawford Martha Foster Crawford.jpg (1830–1909) 1998 First foreign missionary of the Southern Baptist Convention, she and her spouse spent over fifty years in China as missionaries [58]
Maria Howard Weeden (1846–1905) 1998 Artist, author [59]
Margaret H. Booth (1880–1953) 1999 Educator, became principal of Demopolis High School in 1900, founded Demopolis Public Library, lecturer [60]
Juliet Opie Hopkins Juliet Opie Hopkins.jpg (1818–1890) 1999 Civil War nurse [61]
Florence Golson Bateman (1891–1987) 2000 Songwriter, singer [62]
Maria Fearing Maria Fearing.jpg (1838–1937) 2000 Educator, missionary, established the Pantops Home for Girls in Luebo, Democratic Republic of the Congo [63]
Ida Vines Moffett (1905–1996) 2001 Nurse for more than 70 years [64]
Sibyl Murphree Pool (1901–1973) 2001 First woman elected to a statewide office, second woman elected to the Alabama Legislature [65]
Idella Jones Childs (1903–1998) 2002 Civil rights advocate [66]
Jane Lobman Katz (1931–1986) 2002 Advocate for state government reform, equal rights advocate [67]
Louise Branscomb (1901–1999) 2003 Pioneer female physician, human rights advocate [68]
Bess Bolden Walcott (1886–1988) 2003 Librarian, teacher, author, first African American woman to serve as a Red Cross Acting Field Director [69]
Nancy Batson Crews (1920–2001) 2004 Aviator, one of twenty-eight professional women pilots accepted for the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron during World War II [70]
Rosa Gerhardt (1898–1975) 2004 First woman president of a bar association in the state [71]
Vera Hall (1902–1964) 2005 Blues and folk music singer [72]
Juliette Hampton Morgan (1914–1957) 2005 Librarian, author, civil rights activist [73]
Virginia Foster Durr (1903–1999) 2006 Civil rights activist [74]
Mary Celesta Johnson Weatherly (1890–1976) 2006 Mother of the Year in 1962 for the state and nation [75]
Fran McKee RAdm Fran McKee USN.jpg (1926–2002) 2007 First woman line officer to hold the rank of rear admiral in the United States Navy [76]
Martha Crystal Myers (1945–2002) 2007 Physician, missionary [77]
Rosa McCauley Parks Rosaparks.jpg (1913–2005) 2008 Civil rights activist [78]
Coretta Scott King Coretta scott king cropped.jpg (1927–2006) 2009 Author, human rights activist, civil rights activist [79]
Mary Ivy Burks (1920–2007) 2010 Environmental activist, conservationist, co-founder of the Alabama Conservancy [80]
Margaret Charles Smith (1906–2004) 2010 Noted African American midwife [81]
Evelyn Daniel Anderson (1926–1998) 2011 Educator, community volunteer, advocate for the disabled [82]
Ada Ruth Stovall (1913–2008) 2011 First woman appointed Assistant State Director of Vocational Education for the Alabama Department of Education [83]
Nina Miglionico (1913–2009) 2012 First female member of the Birmingham City Council [84]
Frances C. Roberts 2013 Chaired the History Department at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and directed their Academic Advisement and Information Center [85]
Hazel Mansell Gore (−2001) 2014 Australian physician who taught at the University of Alabama in Birmingham [86]
Kathryn Tucker Windham (1918–2011) 2015 American storyteller, author, photographer, and journalist who was born in Selma and grew up in Thomasville [87]
Anne Mae Beddow (1893–1974) 2016 Nurse anesthetist and lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps as a lieutenant; developed a technique to administer pentothal sodium intravenously [88]
Sarah Haynsworth Gayle (1804–1835) 2016 Diarist who kept a journal from 1827 to 1835 [89]
Mary Ward Brown Mary Ward Brown Reading (3457302326).jpg (1917–2013) 2017 American short-story writer and memoirist [90]
Sara Crews Finley (1930–2013) 2017 Pioneer in medical genetics. Co-founded with her husband, Dr. Wayne Finley, the first medical genetics program in the southeastern United States. [91]

Footnotes[edit]

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  19. ^ "Annie Rowan Forney Daugette (1876-1974)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  20. ^ Burnes, Valerie Pope. "Pattie Ruffner Jacobs". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Pattie Ruffner Jacobs (1875-1935)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  22. ^ "Carrie A. Tuggle (1858-1924)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  25. ^ Robb, Frances Osborn. "Tallulah Bankhead". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Tallulah Brockman Bankhead (1903-1968)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  27. ^ "Sister Chrysostom Moynahan (1863-1941)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  28. ^ "Loula Friend Dunn (1896-1977)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  29. ^ "Anne Mathilde Bilbro (1870-1958)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  30. ^ "Clara Weaver Parrish (1861-1925)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  31. ^ "Mildred Westervelt Warner (1893-1974)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  33. ^ Christenson, Alice S. "Blanche Evans Dean". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Blanche Evans Dean (1892-1974)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  34. ^ "Katherine Vickery (1898-1978)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  35. ^ "Chamintney Stovall Thomas (1899-1979)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  38. ^ Anderson, Nancy G. "Lella Warren". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Lella Warren (1899-1982)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  39. ^ "Katharine Cooper Cater (1914-1980)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  40. ^ "Mary Elizabeth Phillips Thompson (1855-1927)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  41. ^ "Gwen Bristow (1903-1980)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  42. ^ Pruitt Jr, Paul McWhorter. "Geneva Mercer". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Geneva Mercer (1889-1984)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  44. ^ Doss, Harriet E. Amos; Frear, Sara. "Octavia Walton Le Vert". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Octavia Walton Le Vert (1811-1877)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  45. ^ a b "Frances Virginia Praytor (1899-1974) Anna Linton Praytor (1914-1989)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  46. ^ "Julia Tarrant Barron". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Julia Tarrant Barron (1805-1890)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  47. ^ Curnutt, Kirk. "Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (1900-1948)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  48. ^ "Frances Scott Fitzgerald Smith (1921-1986)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  49. ^ Berntson, Ben. "Bellingrath Gardens and Home". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Bessie Morse Bellingrath (1878-1943)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  50. ^ "Ida Elizabeth Brandon Mathis (1857-1925)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  51. ^ "Mary George Jordan Waite (1917-1990)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  52. ^ "Doris Marie Bender (1911-1991)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  53. ^ "Lottice Howell (1897-1982)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  54. ^ "Elizabeth Burford Bashinsky (1867-1968)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  55. ^ Garner, Anita Miller. "Maud McKnight Lindsay". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Maud McKnight Lindsay (1874-1941)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  56. ^ Vest, Caitlin. "Hattie Hooker Wilkins". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Hattie Hooker Wilkins (1875-1949)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  57. ^ "Marion Walker Spidle (1897-1983)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  58. ^ "Martha Foster Crawford (1830-1909)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  59. ^ Timberlake, Stephanie. "Maria Howard Weeden". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Maria Howard Weeden (1846-1905)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  60. ^ "Margaret Booth (1880-1953)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  61. ^ "Juliet Opie Hopkins (1818-1890)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  62. ^ "Florence Golson Bateman (1891-1987)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  63. ^ Kaetz, James P. "Maria Fearing". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Maria Fearing (1838-1937)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  64. ^ Allen, Lee N.; Allen, Catherine B. "Ida Vines Moffett". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Ida Vines Moffett (1905-1996)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  66. ^ "Idella Jones Childs (1903 - 1998)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  67. ^ "Jane Lobman Katz (1931 - 1986)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  68. ^ "Louise H. Branscomb (1901-1999)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  69. ^ "Bess Bolden Walcott (1886-1988)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  70. ^ "Nancy Batson Crews (1920-2001)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  71. ^ "Rosa Gerhardt (1898-1975)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
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  80. ^ Randolph, John N. "Mary Ivy Burks". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. "Mary Ivy Burks (1920-2007)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  81. ^ "Margaret Charles Smith (1906-2004)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  82. ^ "Evelyn Daniel Anderson (1926-1998)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  83. ^ "Ada Ruth Stovall (1913-2008)". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  84. ^ Rumore Jr., Samuel A. "Nina Miglionico". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. Bryant, Joseph D. "Nina Miglionico: First female Birmingham councilor and political pioneer". Birmingham News. Retrieved 7 June 2013. 
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  86. ^ Garrison, Greg (January 17, 2014). "Medical pioneer Dr. Hazel Gore will be inducted in Alabama Women's Hall of Fame". AL.com. 
  87. ^ Robb, Frances Osborne. "Kathryn Tucker Windham". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Auburn University. Retrieved January 2, 2015. 
  88. ^ "Anne Mae Beddow". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved July 2, 2016. 
  89. ^ "Sarah Haynsworth Gayle". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved July 2, 2016. 
  90. ^ "Mary Ward Brown". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 5, 2018. 
  91. ^ "Sara Crews Finley". Alabama Women's Hall of Fame. Retrieved January 5, 2018. 

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