Glen Ellyn Woman’s Club marks 118 years of service
GLEN ELLYN – In 1906, Glen Ellyn women were allowed to vote for school board candidates for the first time.
With this knowledge, a group of local women picked their candidate and campaigned for him, eventually using the three cars in town to bring women voters to the polls on Election Day.
Through the women’s efforts, Charles Hudson was elected president of the Glen Ellyn School Board, and with him came better salaries for teachers and plans for new school buildings.
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