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Missouri Hanna's suffrage efforts realized in 1910


Last updated 11/14/2019 at 9:46am

Brian Soergel

An historical interpretive panel honoring Missouri Hanna is on the corner of Sunset Avenue and Caspers Street in Edmonds.

Missouri Hanna, newspaper publisher, champion of women's suffrage and Edmonds resident of the early 1900s, is finally getting her due with new historical interpretive panel on the corner of Sunset Avenue and Caspers Street.

Hanna Park Road, just steps away from the panel, marks the entry to Hanna Park, the residential area she developed and where she lived during her years in Edmonds. The interpretive panel was created by the League of Women Voters, paid for by grants, and will be temporarily sited on City of Edmonds right of way for the next year.

A ribbon-cutting Saturday, Nov. 9, was pa...

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