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Mary Brooks Picken was Director of Instruction and Vice President from 1915-1925. She wrote or co-authored most of the Woman's Institute Dressmaking Coursework books.
Ora Cné, known as "The Man Milliner" authored or co-authored most of the Woman's Institute Millinery Coursework Books.
Alice Seipp illustrated most of the Woman's Institute coursework books, as well as illustrating advertising booklets. She was the Art Editor of Inspiration and Fashion Service magazines.
Director of the Millinery Department and likely author or co-author of later Woman's Institute Millinery publications after Ora Cné. Millinery Editor of Fashion Service.
Assistant Editor of Inspiration Magazine under Mary Brooks Picken. MacFarlane replaced Mary Brooks Picken as editor of Inspiration and Fashion Service in 1925.
Became Director of Instruction when Mary Brooks Picken left the Institute.
Advertising Director for the International Correspondence School which owned the Woman's Institute. Later married Mary Brooks Picken in 1931.
Editor of Inspiration Magazine in the 1920-1921 editions before mary Brooks Picken and Laura MacFarlane.
Director The Department of Cookery.
Clarice Carpenter - Department of dressmaking and Associate Editor of Inspiration and Fashion Service. Later in 1929, the Department of Homemaking.
Hilarion Doyle - Instruction Department/ Inspiration & Fashion Service contributing writer.
Barbara Ellison - Department of Good Looks Fashion Service contributing writer.
Alwilda Fellows - Department of Dressmaking/Inspiration & Fashion Service contributing writer.
Miss MacCormack - Inspiration & Fashion Service contributing writer.
Margaret Murrin - Department of Dressmaking/ Inspiration & Fashion Service contributing writer, later Dressmaking Editor of Fashion Service.
Elizabeth Nicholson - Editorial department - Institute News Inspiration contributing writer.
Katherine Rabuck - Director of Club Activities for Inspiration in 1925.
Alice M. Stone - editorial Department of Fashion Service.
Honorable Mention: Dorothy Harmeling was the 1st Woman's Institute student from February 29, 1916 and Inspiration contributing writer.