Helen Moore - Early Years


1882-1968

 

Helen Moore, around 1932

Helen Moore, around 1932


 



As an early prominent citizen of Texas City, Helen Moore is still remembered as a woman who worked diligently to improve the quality of life and enhance the social welfare of all citizens. As one of the few female legislators in the Texas state government during the 1930's, Mrs. Moore's influence was felt throughout the state, where she promoted the cause of women's suffrage and worked to improve the lives of all Texans.


Passport Photo Helen Moore and Hugh Moore
Passport Photo
Helen Moore and Hugh Moore
Campaign for the the 44th Legislature
Campaign for the 44th Legislature
Moore Memorial Public Library
1701 9th Ave N
Texas City, TX 77590
www.texascity-library.org
Last updated: March 27, 2008
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