Clara Snell Wolfe
Clara Snell Wolfe (1872–1970) was an American suffragist. She founded the Texas branch of the National Woman's Party and became its president.
Wolfe née Snell was born on May 9, 1874 in Milledgeville, Illinois. In 1898 she graduated from Illinois State Normal University after which she became a school administrator and teacher, first working at an Illinois high school and then in the Illinois State Normal University system. In 1906 she married Albert Benedict Wolfe and the couple settled in Ohio.
Wolfe was an active suffragist and clubwoman. She was a member of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association where she served as the Recording Secretary from 1905 through 1909. She was also a member of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs, where she worked on the Ohio suffrage campaign of 1912.
In 1923 the Wolfes moved back to Ohio. Clara remained active in the NWP, advocating for the Equal Rights Amendment. In 1942 she was elected as Second Vice Chairman of the NWP and in 1949 she was the Executive Council Vice Chairman.
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