Lilla Day Monroe

Lilla Day Monroe is a 1982 National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame inductee. Monroe was a lawyer, pioneer, and suffragette who spent the majority of her days in Topeka, Kansas. She contributed significantly to the Women's suffrage movement in Kansas. She also compiled the stories of over 800 women pioneers, which her great-granddaughter published as a book in 1982.


Lilla Day Monroe is a 1982 National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame inductee. Monroe was a lawyer, pioneer, and suffragette who spent the majority of her days in Topeka, Kansas. She contributed significantly to the Women's suffrage movement in Kansas. She also compiled the stories of over 800 women pioneers, which her great-granddaughter published as a book in 1982.
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