Territorial Women's Memorial Rose Garden

Lucinda was born in 1913 and spent her early years in the Dakotas.

She was Yavapai Agricultural-Home Agent and wrote a cookbook for high altitudes, published by The University of Arizona Extension Department.

Lucinda lived on Groom Creek.

She made most of her neat and attractive clothes and was a tireless worker, conscientiously doing a job with high standards of attainment.

A quiet, modest person, she died at county fair time in September 1964 and was buried in Mountain View Cemetery.

Donor: Yavapai Cowbelles

Additional documentation and photographs may be available in the Sharlot Hall Museum Archives and Library.