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Permelia Jeannette Curtis
(Class of 1908 at Wellesley College, Mass.)
(aka "Perm" "Permie" "Permie Pie")
Born 6 Jan 1886 in Topeka, Kansas. She went to grade school at Quincy Elementary,
she graduated June 1903 from Topeka High School. She attended Washburn University
for 1 semeter in Topeka, Kansas; then graduated from Wellesley College in 1908.
She was married to Charles Peasely George, 3 Jan 1914.
She was a former Chairman of the Progam Committee of the Fort Sill Study Club.
Her husband Brig. General Charles Peasely George died 31 Dec 1946.
She counted among her many friends Emily Hancock, Beth Alexander and Dorothy Kramer;
all of Washington D.C. Summers she would spend in Nantucket, Massachusetts; and her
winters in San Antonio, Texas. She enjoyed knitting, making hooked rugs, needlepoint,
reading, gardening, playing canasta or bridge. She had been visiting friends in Washington D.C.
before going to Memphis, Tennessee to visit her daughter and grandchildren. She was headed
to San Antonio, when she died 17 Oct 1955 in Tennesse; of a cerebral hemorrhage.
She is buried next to her husband at San Antonio, Texas.
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Biography A : Charles Curtis and his extended family genealogy.
Biography B : Charles Curtis (before going into Politics)
Politics and Beliefs of Charles Curtis
Legacy left by Charles Curtis
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Charles Curtis home in Topeka, Kansas
Signature Bldg. New Kansas State Office Building named for Charles Curtis
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