Museum the New Llano Colony

Mildred Seelye


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Other Info: In April of 1922 Harry Bell performed the ditty "I Love a Lassie" in one of the theater programs assisted by a bevy of lovely girls consisting of Louise Belorahdsky, Rose Matz, Maxine Gaddis, Vinita Thurman, and Mildred Seelye.

She also helped out at the candy shop along with Mabel Synoground, Beulah Miller, Margaret Seelye, Beulah Gaddis and Chas. Miller.

That same month she was part of a group of girls working in the Kid Kolony kitchen which included Beulah Gaddis, Margaret Seelye, Mildred Seelye, Rose Belorahdsky, Dora Cryer and Laura Merrill -- "as fine a bunch of girls as can be found anywhere in the world".

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Sources: "Llano Colonist": April 15, 1922, April 22, 1922  


Louise and Mildred.

Myrtle Kemp, Mildred Seelye, Rose and Louise Belorahdsky.

Rose, Mildred and Louise.

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