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The way it was: Wyoming Commission on the Status of Women -- 1966

Feb 24, 2014 Staff

Two of Wyoming's best-known women helped launch the new Wyoming Commission on the Status of Women in the 1960s, and Fremont County was ...


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Members of the Wyoming Commission on the Status of Women met in Riverton 48 years ago this month. Seated from left, Edness Kimball Wilkins of Casper and Willa Wales Corbitt of Riverton. Standing from left, Mrs. W.H. Douglas of Greybull, Frae Hay of Rock Springs, and Netta Bell Girard Soderholm of Riverton, pictured on Feb. 21, 1966. File photo

Members of the Wyoming Commission on the Status of Women met in Riverton 48 years ago this month. Seated from left, Edness Kimball Wilkins of Casper and Willa Wales Corbitt of Riverton. Standing from left, Mrs. W.H. Douglas of Greybull, Frae Hay of Rock Springs, and Netta Bell Girard Soderholm of Riverton, pictured on Feb. 21, 1966. File photo


Members of the Wyoming Commission on the Status of Women met in Riverton 48 years ago this month. Seated from left, Edness Kimball Wilkins of Casper and Willa Wales Corbitt of Riverton. Standing from left, Mrs. W.H. Douglas of Greybull, Frae Hay of Rock Springs, and Netta Bell Girard Soderholm of Riverton, pictured on Feb. 21, 1966. File photo

Members of the Wyoming Commission on the Status of Women met in Riverton 48 years ago this month. Seated from left, Edness Kimball Wilkins of Casper and Willa Wales Corbitt of Riverton. Standing from left, Mrs. W.H. Douglas of Greybull, Frae Hay of Rock Springs, and Netta Bell Girard Soderholm of Riverton, pictured on Feb. 21, 1966. File photo

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