Hazel Bell Wines

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Hazel Bell Wines (1885–April 1949) was a US teacher, politician, artist, and organizer for historical preservation in Nevada.

Assemblywoman Wines (Democrat-Humboldt County, 1934-1936), her father, Senator William "Johnny" Bell (Democrat-Humboldt County, 1906-1914), and daughter, Assemblywoman Gene Wines Segerblom (Democrat-Clark County, 1992-2000) were the first grandfather, mother and daughter to all serve as state legislators.[1] She was born in Paradise Valley, Nevada.

She married Stanley L. Wines in 1907 in Winnemucca, Nevada; they had five children. She died in San Francisco, California.[2]


  1. ^ Moreno, Richard; Barr, Denise; Nevada magazine (30 June 1998). The historical Nevada magazine: outstanding historical features from the pages of Nevada magazine. University of Nevada Press. pp. 128–. ISBN 978-1-890136-06-2. Retrieved 1 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "Hazel Bell Wines". Nevada Women's History Project. University of Nevada, Reno. Retrieved 2 March 2012.