Special Program

A Presentation on Annette Finnigan, Class of 1894

Business Woman, Suffrage Leader, Philanthropist, Houstonian

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Date: Saturday, June 15 

Time: 2:00pm 

Location: Parklane Apartments, 1701 Hermann Drive, Houston 

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The WCOH will host author and historian Betty Trapp Chapman for a presentation on Businesswoman, Suffrage Leader, and Philanthropist, Annette Finnigan, Class of 1894. 

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After graduating from Wellesley in 1894, Annette Finnigan (1871–1940) was active in the suffrage movement in Houston and throughout Texas. She was also a world traveler and collector of works of art, rare books, and antiques. In 1931, she began donating gifts to the MFAH and Houston Public Library. Her gifts of nearly 200 works of ancient art are the foundation for the Museum’s collection of antiquities.

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RSVP to Angeles Garcia Cassin '09.

Event Details

Join the WCOH for a special presentation on Annette Finnigan, Class of 1984 on Saturday, June 15. 

RSVP to Angeles Garcia Cassin '09 at agarciangeles@gmail.com.  All are Welcome!

When:

Saturday, 06/15/19 at 2:00pm - Saturday at 4:00pm | iCal

Where:

Parklane Apartments
1701 Hermann Drive
Houston, TX 77004

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